Recent Calls
Tue. Sep 22nd 2020
2035 hours - Fire Station 27 was dispatched to Frailey RD and Stender RD for a motor vehicle accident. Car vs tree unknown injuries. 2042 hours - With 27-8 on scene reporting no occupants. Additional ...
Sat. Sep 19th 2020
1752 - Fire Station 27 was dispatched to 33 Slalom Way for alarms ringing.
Fri. Sep 18th 2020
1653 hours - Fire Station 27 and 34 were dispatched to Mountain RD and Possinger DR for a tree on wires. 1700 hours - With 27-S-1 on the scene. After a size up, Station 34 was returned.There was a mot...
Wed. Sep 16th 2020
1427 hours - Fire Stations 27 and 34 were dispatched to 258 High Pass Way for alarms ringing.
Wed. Sep 16th 2020
1159 hours - Fire Stations 34 and 27 with EMS unit 922 were dispatched to RT 611 and Brookdale RD for a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Caller reports vehicle was sideswiped and went off the r...
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Sat. Jan 1st 2005
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The attached is from the quarterly book that was published in January - March 2005
Driving

Driving

April 1, 2012

      We all know it is the responsibility of the police to enforce the traffic laws. However when someone has a car accident we the fire company are also dispatched. Not all of the accidents require us but a good portion does. It doesn't have to be you, it can be the other driver that you have to worry about. Accidents are like fires they don't care about age, color, gender, or race. It seems these days we are always in a rush to get somewhere. Maybe we should  try leaving a little earlier or plan our driving route out. If you don't show up to where you are going that is not helping you or the people you were to met. We know there are tones of data saying and showing the same things out there. Just a friendly reminder on the things we should or should not be doing while driving. If your not around who will help support the volunteer fire company. Just a little humor.

  • paying attention to road conditions (ice, rain, snow, curves, etc)
  • wearing seat belts (don't forget to strap in those baby seats)
  • how you talk on cell phones (hands free, blue tooth)
  • speed
  • eating and drinking (even this can be a distraction)
  • Alcohol Drinking is a big NO
  • STOP signs (this can really hurt if you don't stop)
  • Texting

      Texting has become a very large problem with the increase in technology. However we have to remember the basics. Taking your eyes off the road for just two seconds can be devastating. It takes longer then two seconds to read and answer a text message. Oh I forgot to mention plus taking your hand or hands off the wheel.

Please drive and stay SAFE

 

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