PRESS PHOTOS BY LOU WHEELANDController Jason Lindtner dispatches both advanced and basic life support ambulances from the John E. Watson Jr. Communications Center at Cetronia Ambulance Corps, South Whitehall. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Annabelle and Anna Dinh try out the patient compartment in Unit 6299 at the Cetronia Ambulance Corps open house at the end of August. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Upper Macungie Township’s Brody family, Evan, Ryan, 4, Jenna and Alex, 9 months, stand in front of the Mobile Stroke Unit stationed at the Cetronia Ambulance Corps headquarters. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Alex Brody, 9 months, isn’t quite sure what to make of Andy the Ambulance. Copyright - Lou Wheeland Photography
Cetronia Ambulance Corps welcomes the community to its open house
Cetronia Ambulance Corps, 4100 Broadway, South Whitehall, recently had a community open house to welcome neighbors to view its facility.
Residents living within the Cetronia Ambulance response area were invited to visit, learn about the mission of the ambulance corps and view its operations headquarters.
Children were encouraged to step inside an ambulance to see the tools used in modern emergency services to help save lives and lessen the pain and anxiety of those needing emergency transport.