Season of giving: SVAS shares with N.C.

Representing SVAS are Mike Brenner, Don Mayland and Brian Bartram. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — Hyde County, N.C., has a new ambulance, courtesy of the Salisbury Volunteer Ambulance Service (SVAS).

The 1997 PL Custom ambulance, with 63,000 miles, became superfluous to requirements when the SVAS got a new ambulance, a 2017 Lifeline vehicle.

The old one has gone south.

Mike Brenner said, after consulting with Litchfield County and state fire officials, that SVAS was matched with Hyde County.

The volunteer fire departments in Warren, Gaylordsville and Winchester Center also pitched in with donations of extra equipment.

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