63,072

Total Responses for 2018

44,414

Total Calls for 2019

Squad 23 - 248

Busiest Fire Unit December 2019

Rescue 3- 423

Calls for the Busiest Transport Unit
December 2019

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#Local3852s response to current events Nationwide.  In unity there is strength.

Just a reminder to Alachua County that #local3852 is here for you in the best of times and the worst of times. We are here to save lives and property with compassion 24/7/365. ... See MoreSee Less

Just a reminder to Alachua County that #Local3852 is here for you in the best of times and the worst of times.  We are here to save lives and property with compassion 24/7/365.

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Happy EMS Week! The Fire Rescue Professionals of Alachua County would like to recognize one of our very own EMS Lieutenants, James “Van” Elmore. Lieutenant Elmore recently celebrated his 30 year anniversary with us. Van has delivered many babies and saved countless lives. Van also helped pioneer our Critical Care Transport program! While not on duty, Van also coordinates the Union’s Pink Heals Chapter, which is the pink fire trucks that travel the country to promote awareness to cancer. Thank you Van for being a leader, mentor, and pioneer in Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of Alachua County.

Pictured : EMS Lieutenant Elmore (left) and EMT Driver Ryan Kelley
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Happy EMS Week!  The Fire Rescue Professionals of Alachua County would like to recognize one of our very own EMS Lieutenants, James “Van” Elmore.  Lieutenant Elmore recently celebrated his 30 year anniversary with us.  Van has delivered many babies and saved countless lives.  Van also helped pioneer our Critical Care Transport program!  While not on duty, Van also coordinates the Union’s Pink Heals Chapter, which is the pink fire trucks that travel the country to promote awareness to cancer.  Thank you Van for being a leader, mentor, and pioneer in Emergency Medical Services to the citizens of Alachua County. 

Pictured : EMS Lieutenant Elmore (left) and EMT Driver Ryan Kelley

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👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼 Congratulations!🎉 Thank you for your hard work and dedication to your profession!! 🎉

So glad to have this man recognized for his countless efforts!! He has been one of the most influential paramedics of my nursing career. Thank you Van Elmore, for always taking time to teach, lend a hand and being kind. You’re truly one in a million 💙❤️

Awesome job. Congratulations.

Congratulations on your 30 Van !

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Congratulatuons gentlemen

Van!

Thank you Van Elmore and Ryan Kelley.

Yayyyyy Doctor Van ElmoreVan!!!!

WTG Van!!

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  Fire Rescue Professionals of Alachua County would like to thank everyone who has supported our Charity. With the generosity of our friends, we have been able to provide the community throughout the Alachua County area with a helping hand during times of need. Through our non-profit (501c3) charity, Alachua County Fighters continue to support local area programs and services.