Alert:

As of Feb. 22 road closures due to flooding are:

Updated at 10:40 a.m. Feb. 22
The current road closures due to flooding are:

Lock B South at the river bottoms:
Lock B Rd South
Shelton Ferry Rd
Southside Road
CB Road

Lock B North at the bottoms
Lock B North 
Gholson Road

Lock C River Bottoms
Lylewood Road at County line
Kirkwood Road at Lock C bottoms
Levi Road

Powers Place
Port Royal Lane
Chapel Hill Road at the bridge over Hurricane Creek
Acuff Road off Dunbar Cave Road
Hematite Road

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Montgomery County EMS improves communication with mobile hot spots

The Leaf Chronicle - 04/13/11

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Training Grant Allows for Continuous Education at Montgomery County EMS

04/07/11

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EMS Recognized with Award

05/11/10

EMS Star of Life Award 2010

Tuesday, May 11th Montgomery County EMS and Vanderbilt LifeFlight accompanied by one of their survivors, three year old Mikaya Trice and her family, drove to Nashville to be recognized at the Star of Life Awards Ceremony presented by Tennessee Emergency Medical Services for Children. The ceremony presented actual patient scenarios and reunited the EMS caregivers with the individuals they treated from the eight EMS regions across the state.

Region 5 Award Winners - Montgomery County EMS & Vanderbilt LifeFlight

  • Don Woods, EMT-P
  • Eric Justice, EMT-P
  • Lt. Danny Cotterell, EMT-P
  • Tina Cook, E-911 Dispatcher
  • Martha Ransom, E-911 Dispatcher
  • Justin Bailey, Police Officer
  • Sgt. David Jones, Police Officer
  • Rob Davidson, EMT-P
  • Beverly Gaskin, EMT-IV
  • Gary Santora, FF-First Responder
  • Ben Workman, FF-First Responder
  • Diane Allen, RN-EMT
  • Captain Gary Perry, EMT-P, MCEMS
  • Lis Henley, RN-EMT

Clarksville Police and Fire were dispatched, along with Montgomery County EMS in early April 2009 for a small child that was choking. The crew arrived on the scene to find a two year old child unresponsive and not breathing. Air was unable to enter Mikaya’s lungs due to a popcorn kernel that could not be dislodged. They quickly thought of another solution and a tube was inserted to push the popcorn down and get air into her lungs. The child was taken to Gateway Medical Center and was later transferred to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt by the Montgomery County EMS and Vanderbilt Lifeflight members. Mikaya Trice is now a thriving three year old.

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