All the latest news and information for the Williamson County Rescue Squad
Septemeber 2, 2019
Congratulations to Jeff Lux on winning election to the W.C.R.S. Board of Directors. Jeff will be filling a vacancy left by a member who is moving out of state.
August 27, 2019
Congratulations to the following members on their recent promotions!
Eric Neible- Aerial Apparatus Operator
March 16, 2020
In response the COVID-19 virus the WCRS has chosen to suspend any public education events at this time. These events include birthday parties, educational requests, smoke alarm installations, and other community related events.
In addition we have modified our responses to certain medical calls to ensure that both our responders and the public are not exposed to possible COVID-19 cases. The WCRS is following the CDC guidelines for first responders during this time. If you feel you may have been exposed or are exhibiting symptoms of the COVID-19 virus please be sure to inform the 911 operators of that information when seeking medical services.
We encourage everyone to follow the CDC guidelines for prevention and response to the virus during this time.
December 18, 2019
The WCRS has taken delivery of a new brush truck for Station 35 in Fairview. The truck was purchased by Williamson County and assigned to the WCRS for use. It features remote control spray nozzles, a 400 gallon water tank, and all necessary equipment for fighting brush and forest fires. We are very thankful to add this vehicle to our fleet.
October 14, 2019
Station 21 will be hosting a community open house this Saturday October 19 from 10-3 at the Leipers Fork Station. Stop by for food, fun, and a chance to meet your community firefighters and see the equipment we use to keep you safe. Station 21 is located at 5404 Pinewood Road.