Erway Ambulance Service is the primary provider of ambulance services and Advanced Life Support in Chemung County. Chemung County is located in the Southern Tier of Upstate New York near the border of Pennsylvania. Elmira, the county seat, is situated along the banks of the Chemung River, which winds its way through the picturesque Chemung Valley. Chemung County offers a multitude of things to see and do. Elmira College houses the original Mark Twain Study. In 1952 this octagonal retreat was moved from is original home on Quarry Farm to the Elmira College Campus as part of a preservation movement. Twain wrote Tom Sawyer and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn within these walls. Also located in downtown Elmira is the First Arena, home the Elmira Jackals Hockey team. Harris Hill, the "Soaring Capital of America" is located within Chemung County as well as the historical revolutionary war site at Sullivan's Monument. Famous people that call Chemung County home include Hal Roach, Ernie Davis, Tommy Hilfiger, Brian Williams and Eileen Collins.