Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad
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Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad

Call Stats
Mon 2012 2013 2014
Jan 263 295 253
Feb 262 226 244
Mar 280 272 301
Apr 261 263 261
May 312 290 298
Jun 314 334 282
Jul 303 306 0
Aug 275 304 0
Sep 289 278 0
Oct 247 278 0
Nov 262 281 0
Dec 265 285 0
Total 3333 3412 1639



Visitors Today:
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Visitors Since
January 30, 2007:
526,643

    The Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad serves the citizens of Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Located along the I-95 and U.S. 1 corridor between D.C. and Richmond, “Spotsy” is a mixed urban and rural county covering 400 square miles with a population of nearly 190,000. Rich in American history and southern charm, Spotsylvania County has become a popular tourist destination and is the 3rd fastest growing county in the state. Unique county hazards inclue the main north/south CSX rail line, a municiple airport, I-95, US-1, State 17, Lake Anna, and the Lake Anna Nuclear Power Plant.

    Organized in October of 1974, SVRS was first described as “a dream becoming a reality.” Recognizing the need for an emergency first aide service, the Spotsylvania County Women’s Club offered the first training course with the assistance of William Billingsley. A former member of the Fredericksburg Rescue Squad, Billingsley was instrumental in his teaching and organization of SVRS. Later in the year he became the first squad president and received an honorary life membership.
 
    The first ambulance operated by SVRS was a converted Chevrolet wagon purchased from the Fredericksburg Rescue Squad. During the first few months it was equipped only with the bare necessities. As donations increased members were able to purchase the “nice to have” items. Members fashioned other equipment such as short and long backboards, padded splits, and medical storage boxes. The first station was a garage and single room donated by the Spotsylvania Volunteer Fire Department. Remodeling and equipping was done completely by squad members. Station 1 contained a living, sleeping and dinning area. Restroom facilities were located across the street in the firehouse.
 
    Currently SVRS operates in conjunction with the Spotsylvania County Department of Fire, Rescue, and Emergency Management to meet the ever growing needs of Spotsylvania.  SVRS volunteers staff EMS stations 1, 2, 4, and 8, nightly Monday through Thursday 6 PM - 5 AM, and 6 PM Friday through 5 AM Monday.
 
Rescue Station 1
7200 Courthouse Commons Blvd.
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Rescue Station 2
11701 Volunteer Lane
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Rescue Station 3
3530 Partlow Road
Partlow, VA 22534
Rescue Station 4
4804 Bancroft Rd.
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Rescue Station 8
6429 Jefferson Davis Hwy
Spotsylvania, VA 22553
Shannon Training Center
8711 Courthouse Rd Spotsylvania, VA 22553


    A Special "Thank You"


On behalf of all past, current, and future members of SVRS, we would like to extend a special thank you to a group of people who could not be thanked enough. Those listed below saw the need, found the means, and made a dream become a reality. Thank you for your hard work and your never-ending dedication to the organization.
    




 

A. Miller Arritt III, Phyllis Bartley, Francis C. Boggs, Shirley P. Boggs, Harry Byies, Stephen Cloutier, Maria Czemez, B. Richard Garland, Shelia Garland, Bernice Hawkins, Kathleen H. Howard, Russell L. Howard, Robert E. Landrum, Eric Prasse, Mary Price, Richard Rhoades, J. David Satterwhite, Donald R. Shelton, Stuart L. Taylor, Virginia J. Taylor, Ernest L. Thaxton, Bryant S. Williamson.

 

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Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad
P.O. Box 101
Spotsylvania, VA 22553

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