Wysox Haunted House

Started in 1998. The Haunted House has been an increasing success over the years and hope to continue that for years to come. As you may notice this will be the 20th year the Haunted House has been in operation ! We are super excited for everyone to see the redone interior of the Haunted House.  As you know this is a fundraising event for recently  merged Western Alliance.  The money collected helps maintain the haunted house as well as helps defray the cost to VOLUNTEERS and EMPLOYESS for their out of pocket expenses (ex. CPR classes, refresher courses, medical equipment, possibly even help in the buying of a new ambulance).  So we hope to see you there not only to help out a good cause, but for a good and spooky time!

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Western Alliance

MISSION ..to promote and provide community health and safety by utilizing the highest qualified personnel and most advanced equipment in the pre-hospital environment.

Western Alliance Emergency Services Incorporated (WAES) was founded in January of 1999 as a result of a collaboration of the former Canton Ambulance Association and Troy Ambulance Association. WAES is a licensed 501 C3 non-profit organization consisting of career Paramedics, career and volunteer EMT's, First Responders and Drivers.

The organization is funded by third party billing, memorial donations, grants and service subscriptions. We are also a PUC licensed non-emergency transport provider, offering wheelchair and stretcher transport to those individuals requiring assistance and transportation to requested facilities or functions.

Our coverage area over 368 square miles, handling approximately 3,200 911 calls annually for which Western Alliance Emergency Services has a fleet of 9 ambulances with one being a 4X4 for severe weather conditions

WAES also provides Non-Emergency transportation throughout Northern Pennsylvania and Southern New York with a fleet of 9 wheelchair/stretcher vans and handling approximately 3500 trips annually.

Western Alliance has stations in Troy, Canton, and Wysox, Pennsylvania.