Thursday, August 26, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
A witter too late for today's pool.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
International Association of Firefighters Local 29 (The City of Spokane Firefighters' Union) is sponsoring three days of free swimming for Spokane's kids at the following locations:
Witter Pool August 25 1-5pm
Cannon Pool August 26 12-4pm
Comstock Pool August 27 12-4pm
In addition, firefighters at City of Spokane Station 3, in the West Central Neighborhood, replenished the swim lesson fund for Cannon Pool with a $300 gift.
If you have any questions, please contact me,
Local 29 Information Director
Monday, August 23, 2010
DATE OF INCIDENT: 8/16/2010
INCIDENT TYPE: Information
INCIDENT ADDRESS: 702 S OAK
NARRATIVE: On August 16, 2010 at 2017 hours, the Spokane City Fire Dept. responded fire fighting crews and their apparatus to 702 S Oak, for a reported structure fire. The first arriving fire company L4 reported fire on the second floor of a three story wood/frame apartment building. They reported further, that they were going to stretch a hose line to the fire floor and attempt to make entry into the apartment to locate and extinguish the fire. Additional fire fighting resources began arriving on scene. As they arrived, they were given various assignments which included search, rescue, and ventilation of the building. A back-up hose line was deployed to protect the fire fighters who had already made entry. A Rapid Intervention Team was established for fire fighter's who might be injured or become lost inside the structure. Fire fighters were able to quickly locate the seat of the fire and get a fast knock down on the rapidly growing fire. A search of the building was conducted. All residents of the building were safely evacuated. There were no reports of any injuries to civilians or to the fire fighters at the scene. The fire was contained to the room of origin but that room sustained heavy fire damage as did the contents located in that room. The apartment above the fire floor had light smoke no fire damage. The apartment below sustained some water damage. The cause of the fire is being investigated by members of the Spokane City Fire Dept.'s Special Investigation Unit. Seven pieces of fire fighting apparatus and two Command vehicles delivered 23 fire fighters to the scene.
The cause of the fire is being investigated by members of the Spokane City Fire Dept.'s Special Investigation Unit.
The fire was contained to the room of origin but that room sustained heavy fire damage as did the contents located in that room.
DOLLAR LOSS: 50,00
FIREFIGHTER RESPONSE: 23
MUTUAL AID: None Given
For more information on this release, please call (509)625-7002 and/or check out the SFD Blog at www.spokanefire.blogspot.com
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