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Rowan EMS, Millers Ferry Fire Department provide quick response vehicle to cover High Rock Lake

SALISBURY — Rowan County Emergency Services EMS Division and Millers Ferry Fire Department have partnered to provide a quick response vehicle that will cover the High Rock Lake area, according to spokesman T.J. Brown.

A quick response vehicle (QRV) will provide paramedic level emergency response in cooperation with the Millers Ferry Fire Department. In addition to the High Rock Lake area, the response vehicle will enhance response capabilities to the Northeastern part of Rowan County and the Interstate 85 corridor.

A reception will be held Friday, Jan. 3, at Millers Ferry Fire Station 64 starting at 11 a.m. QRV 81 will be stationed at Millers Ferry Fire Station 64 located at 2650 Long Ferry Road, Salisbury.

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