Jerry Lundergan presented today’s program
Jerry Lundergan presented today’s program. Jerry shared the roots of Emergency Disaster Services and it’s history in Maysville.
Emergency Disaster Services: Become Disaster Ready with Restoration Service Experts
Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) is an 8A, majority women-owned company that provides full turnkey, basecamp solutions on the frontlines of the response to natural or man-made disasters.
‘Dignity Station’ coming to serve Lexington’s homeless population
A clean bathroom, a place to shower and a place to wash clothes. This is what some in Lexington’s homeless population have been pleading for for some time.
Become Disaster Ready with Restoration Service Experts
We are the first response team on the ground within 24 hours of a crisis, providing food and accommodation to affected citizens and relief teams. Our experienced team has participated in response programs ranging from human-made disasters to naturally occurring calamities and skillfully addressed people’s emergency needs,” states Matt Daley, director of logistics and communications.
EDS Supports Kentucky School Systems
Daley is from Knott County, he said Fayette County Schools asked him if EDS could drop off desks, tables and chairs at the school.
Lexington Crews Help With Storm Recovery in Western Kentucky
Matt Daley with Emergency Disaster Services said their crews set up base camps to feed and house utility workers.
Emergency Disaster Services in Lexington Assists With Tornado Recovery Efforts
Daley is with Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) which is headquartered in Lexington. He recently returned after spending days in Mayfield where EDS crews set up base camps for utility workers.
Kentucky Crews Head to Louisiana; Help Pick up the Pieces After the Storm
Linemen with EDS will immediately get to work to provide food, supplies and help to those impacted.
Lexington-Based Emergency Disaster Services Helping With COVID-19 Relief in the South
Emergency Disaster Services is a company in Lexington that helps during the worst of events.
Lexington Company Delivering Water to Areas Hit Hard by Flooding
There are six counties that Emergency Disaster Services are looking to get to Friday and they’re going to be dropping off two pallets of water at each location.
Teams From Central Kentucky Travel Across State Lines to Restore Power to Hundreds of Thousands
Daley and his team are building whole cities in 24 hours.
Kentucky crews help restore Florida veteran's pride
(LEX 18) — For the Kentuckians who rush to disaster areas like the members of Emergency Disaster Services out of Lexington, the Hurricane Ian response has been a long assignment.
Hundreds of Kentuckians helping Hurricane Idalia victims
Before Hurricane Idalia reached land, Kentucky utility workers were on their way to help restore power. Joe Arnold is the spokesman for Kentucky Electric Cooperatives, the association formed by Kentucky’s 26 electrical co-ops.
Kentucky companies send crews to aid Hurricane Idalia victims
Lexington, Ky (WTVQ) — Hurricane Idalia made landfall this morning and is already causing severe damage across several states.