Here comes the sun – again – at the Bloomville EMS station

EMS building progressing on schedule

By Sheri Trusty, Seneca County Media Relations Coordinator

                      The EMS station under construction in Bloomville in December. (Photo by Sheri Trusty)
The EMS station under construction in Bloomville in February. (Photo by Owen Fritz)

The sun is still shining on Seneca County’s first new EMS building under construction on State Route 224 in Bloomville. These photos show the quick progression of the project. The first photo was taken by Seneca County Media Relations Coordinator, Sheri Trusty, in December. The second photo, which shows the progress made on the project in just two months, was taken by Tiffin University Drone Academy Director, Owen Fritz, in February.

“We are on time and on budget with that project,” said Seneca County Commissioner Anthony Paradiso.

During the Feb. 29 Seneca County Commissioners’ meeting, Commissioner Paradiso said three county First Responders will soon be certified to train EMS staff and volunteers.

“Everyone will get the same training to get everyone on the same level,” Commissioner Paradiso said. “They’ll all know basic protocols and have a high standard of training.”