Winter Weather Preparation

There are a number of ways that winter storms can impact a region and its residents. Winter storms can create a minor inconvenience or paralyze an entire city. These storms can create many hazards, including automobile accidents on icy roads, suffering a heart attack while shoveling snow, or developing frostbite or hypothermia from the extreme …

Winter Weather Preparation Read More »

Winter Driving Safety

To keep yourself safe on the road in winter weather, follow these driving tips: Winterize your vehicle to make sure your brakes, wipers, defroster, headlights and heater are all working properly. Stop gently to avoid skidding. If your wheels start to lock up, ease off the brake. Turn on your headlights to increase your visibility …

Winter Driving Safety Read More »

Spring Driving Safety

Springtime brings rain and the aftereffects of winter weather — potholes and uneven pavement. Keep these driving tips in mind before you travel: Spring showers bring May flowers — and wet driving conditions:Slow down on slick roads, and increase your following distance even when mist begins to fall. Just a small amount of water can …

Spring Driving Safety Read More »

January 2013 Cash Calendar Winning Numbers!

A HUGE THANK YOU to those who donated $1 to help Stonington Volunteer Ambulance and be a part of the 2013 Cash Calendar. You may be a Winner! For the daily updates please visit or click the image below.

Is Your House Properly Numbered?

The emergency services profession has a saying, “seconds save lives.” A properly numbered house allows responding police, fire, and EMS personnel to quickly locate your address. Click here for the Town of Stonington’s ordinance about house numbering. Many people do not have house numbers at all, never mind have house numbers that are clearly visible …

Is Your House Properly Numbered? Read More »

A Letter From Our President

Welcome and thank you for visiting the official webpage of the Stonington Ambulance Corps. We provide emergency medical service within the Town of Stonington, Connecticut. We have been in service since 1923 and pride ourselves on remaining one of the last ALL volunteer ambulances services in the state! We have approx 20 active members that …

A Letter From Our President Read More »