The officers of Rescue would like to congratulate FF/Live-in William Lawver on obtaining his FF1 certification!!!
Its that time of year when Santa takes time out of his busy schedule to join the members of Rescue to visit our first due area. The visits will start tomorrow around noon and will go throughout 37′s first due area. Signs have been posted at the corners where Santa will stop along with an approx time. We look forward to seeing you all out tomorrow!!!
This morning crews were dispatched for the 37-9 box for a reported accident with injuries. Crews went in route with updated information reporting 4 vehicles involved. Engine 37-1 went on location reporting 4 vehicles still in the roadway and began checking on injuries. Upon investigation crews found 2 patients requesting EMS. The box was held to Engine 37-1 who remained on location by request of the state police. Crews cleared without incident.
Command: Capt. 37
Units: E37-1, E32-1, R37
This morning after two med local calls the tones were dropped for a reported structure fire in the 37-1 box. Chief’s 37 and 37-1 went responding to updated information of fire in a fire place that got out of control and was believed to be spreading. E-37-1 arrived on location with the chief’s PD on location reporting the fire to be out. The box was held to company 37. Crews from E37 checked the flu while E-1′s crew went interior emptying the fire box and ventilating the structure. Crews remained on location about 30 mins before returning.
Command: Chief 37
Units: Chief 37-1, E37, E37-1, E31, CCE20, L32, R35