Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez stopped by our first responder relief center at Tomball Jet Center to thank volunteers from Indiana, CCEMS, and Koronis Revenue Solutions for helping his deputies who are flood victims. Most of the donated items in the center were sent in a series of Semis and Box Trucks from Evansville, Indiana…..
The relief effort for first responders started by Police Officers from Evansville, Indiana has taken on a life of its own which necessitated moving our relief operations from CCEMS to a larger dry space. The folks at Tomball Jet Center graciously provided us space in their hangar.
After our area got slammed by Harvey, our Friend Lenny Reed of the Evansville Police Department began a relief drive there that snowballed into something huge. Lenny, along with 5 other EPD officers and a firefighter from the Evansville Fire Department have arrived at Cypress Creek EMS with several truckloads of supplies…
From Saturday through Noon Wednesday the Cypress Creek Comm Center handled 4,566 calls. During a similar time frame earlier this month the call volume topped out a 1200…..
Cypress Creek EMS is now one of only two ground EMS systems in the country to carry Whole Blood in the field 24/7/365. The other agency is our partner in the program, Harris County ESD 48 Fire Department/EMS in the Katy area of West Harris County…
Following a final walkthrough and the completion of a few last minute details, the new station 52 opened for business around noon on August 21, 2017…..
About 6 Weeks after Agustin Zentay took our public Stop the Bleed Class, he accidentally drove a screwdriver all the way through his hand hitting a blood vessel. He was surprised how calm he remained and credits that to his training…..