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Thanks to all who attended the Annual Hunter's/Pancake Breakfast

PMES Public Service at Wayne Co Fair:
PMES Public Service at Wayne Co Fair


Pleasant Mount Emergency Services is an all-volunteer organization providing fire fighting and ambulance services for the residents of Pleasant Mount, PA and surrounding areas.

PMES Contact Information:
In emergencies dial 911
For routine calls: (570) 448-2963

Mailing Address:
Pleasant Mount Emergency Services
161 Great Bend Tpke
Pleasant Mount, PA 18453

Donations
All donations to Pleasant Mount Emergency Services are accepted by mailing donation to address above or securely through PayPal at link below.

Thank you for your support!

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(As a PayPal listed Charity, when you donate through the PayPal Giving Fund here, 100% of your donation goes to this nonprofit.)

Please do NOT check the box "Make this an anonymous donation", or we won't be able to recognize and thank you.

2019 PMES Gun/Cash Raffle
The winning numbers are posted here:
Nov  1:   631 Nov  2:   354 Nov  3:   115
Nov  4:   542 Nov  5:   250 Nov  6:   497
Nov  7:   215 Nov  8:   357 Nov  9:   572
Nov 10:   168 Nov 11:   955 Nov 12:   002
Nov 13:   198 Nov 14:   295 Nov 15:   819
Nov 16:   452 Nov 17:   957 Nov 18:   700
Nov 19:   244 Nov 20:   408 Nov 21:   790
Nov 22:   385 Nov 23:   876 Nov 24:   937
Nov 25:   645 Nov 26:   152 Nov 27:   820
Nov 28:   783 Nov 29:   152 Nov 30:   597
(Winning tickets must be turned in before the number is drawn.)

Be aware of the Steer Clear Law:
The 'Steer Clear' law requires drivers to move over or slow down when they encounter an emergency scene, traffic stop or disabled vehicle. (More details on our News page.)

An expansion of the state law designed to protect an emergency response scene and roadside workers is now in effect in Pennsylvania.
Act 83 of 2018 adds trash haulers to the list of vehicles, including stationary tow trucks, mail delivery vans and other vehicles involved in performing a roadside service, to those for which a driver must slow down when passing.
Drivers are required to move at least one lane away when possible or slow down and be ready to stop if they cannot.
This law is in addition to the "Steer Clear" law requiring drivers to move over when approaching an emergency response scene.

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