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Remember When... A Look Back at Blanco County History
Featuring the Founding and Early Stories of the Blanco Volunteer Ambulance Corps/EMS
Wednesday, July 31, 2013 • Posted August 1, 2013 4:42 PM
April 8, 1983
ONE INJURED- Steven Hill of Johnson City reportedly suffered broken ribs and a broken ankle when the motorcycle he was riding collided Saturday afternoon with a pickup truck at the intersection of Avenue D and Seventh Street in Johnson City. Apparently Hill failed to observe a stop sign at the intersection and collided with the pickup truck driven by Norman Weirich, also of Johnson City. He was examined by Dr. David Vause and taken to LBJ Memorial Hospital by the Blanco Volunteer Ambulance Corps. -John Hulburt photo.
September 24, 1986
RUST DAY- A proclamation from Blanco County Judge Charles Scott proclaiming Saturday Sept 20 as Cicero and Olla Rust Day was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Rust by Blanco Volunteer Ambulance Corps president Henry Knox and Mark K. Irwin, Blanco County EMS Coordinator. The proclamation honored the Rusts as “...individuals who have distinguished themselves through unselfish service to their fellow citizens...” Proclaiming that they “have given of their time and possessions in preserving and helping the Blanco EMS in their annual fundraising barbecue by their generous contribution of the raffle prize, a calf and... provided the leadership and dedication mandated to assist the Blanco County EMS.”
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