๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ Ambulances & Station destroyed by fire in Western Australia


The small town of York in Western Australia has been struck with a blow overnight after an intense blaze that destroyed their St John Ambulance sub-Centre.

  • Two emergency vehicles were completely gutted
  • Centre’s garage also completely gutted
  • Police currently unable to comment on the cause

The York ambulance service is a volunteer sub-Centre of St John Ambulance, which provide emergency ambulance and paramedic for the State of Western Australia. Volunteers services perform the function in much of the vast State.

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Located 97 kilometres east of Perth, York has a population of about 3,000 people. St John Ambulance relies on volunteers to provide emergency ambulance services in many country areas of WA.
The service covers 33% of Australia’s geographical area and is said to have the largest single response area of any ambulance service in the world.

Structure damage photos: Courtesy of York Police, WA.

Image copyright to Google, from Google Street View 2016

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