Mulvane Emergency Services

 1905                 2015

110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service

ISO Class 3 / 5

Mulvane, Kansas

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The Rescue of Baby Jessy

 

The most publicized event to ever occur in the history of Mulvane is the Rescue of Baby Jessy.  Baby Jessy fell into a partially finished hand dug well on May 13, 1999.  Every aspect of the City of Mulvane Government was taxed to the limits on this night.  No one person or agency was solely responsible for the rescue.  It was done by unlimited cooperation between many organizations, private contractors, business owners and citizens.  The intent of this page is to relate the events of that night as they occurred.

The following is a story written by a citizen of Mulvane.  The author, Lowell Ester, at that time had no affiliation with Mulvane Emergency Services.  Shortly after this incident, he rejoined Mulvane Emergency Services.

Rescue Baby Jessy

 

 

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bulletRescuers pull infant Jessy from well after nearly five hours, CNN, May 1999

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This Web Site created December, 2001.  Thanks for visiting! 
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Send mail to Capt. Lowell Ester  with questions or comments about this web site.                                                                                                                                                                              
Last modified: Sunday June 25, 2017