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Congratulations to the Crescent Rural Fire Protection District on the delivery of a new 3,000 gallon UPF Heritage Tanker, built on an International 7500 Chassis and featuring a Hale MBP 750 GPM PTO pump, a Cummins L9 380 HP engine, Zone Defense Back-up Camera system, and more. Thank you for choosing UST! ... See MoreSee Less

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Beautiful tender!

Congratulations, looks like it's ready to rock

Nice rig and well deserved!

Here are more pictures of our water tender. We are very excited to bring it home. ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

Here are more pictures of our water tender. We are very excited to bring it home.Image attachment

 

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Great addition

Awesome! Great addition to the department. 👍

We would like to share with you our water tender currently being built. In July, 2017 we were notified that a FEMA grant which we applied for was successful! This new water tender will greatly help in our water supply challenges we face. Stay tuned for more pictures! ... See MoreSee Less

2 weeks ago

 

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Who is building it for you?

Congratulations!

National Burn Awareness Week is the first week of February. ameriburn.org/prevention/burn-awareness-week/ ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

A special thank you to AirLink Critical Care Transport for coming out last night and going over OB and Pediatric Emergencies with us! ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

A special thank you to AirLink Critical Care Transport for coming out last night and going over OB and Pediatric Emergencies with us!

 

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It was an excellent training and turn out! Well done! 👍

Today, members from all North County Agencies toured the Interfor Sawmill to learn about operations, safety procedures and incident pre-planning. Thank you Interfor. ... See MoreSee Less

4 weeks ago

Today, members from all North County Agencies toured the Interfor Sawmill to learn about operations, safety procedures and incident pre-planning. Thank you Interfor.Image attachment

Crescent Fire responded to 482 alarms in 2017; of which 244 were transports, and are the highest totals in our history. ... See MoreSee Less

1 month ago

 

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Thanks for your service to the community

Can you believe that 2018 is already here? From all of us at CRFPD, we wish you a safe and healthy New Year! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

Can you believe that 2018 is already here? From all of us at CRFPD, we wish you a safe and healthy New Year!

Media Information Release

Type of incident: Structure Fire

Address of incident: 147834 Highway 97

Incident date: 12/29/2017 Alarm Time: 2057 Hours

Description of occupancy: Single family dwelling.

Circumstances found on arrival, actions taken: First arriving fire crews found fire fully involved in the residence at the above address. They began exterior suppression efforts, as well as exposure protection. The building was quickly determined to be all clear. Crews were able to save the exposed home, however the fire building was a total loss.

Injuries, rescues and other information of interest: No injuries/rescues to report.

Responding Apparatus: 4 - Engines, 7 – Water Tenders, 0 - Trucks, 1 - Medics, 2 – Command Vehicles

Responding Personnel: 4 – Career, 14 – Volunteers

Mutual aid assistance by: Central Cascades Fire and EMS, Walker Range Fire Patrol, Chemult RFPD, Outback Fire and La Pine RFPD all provided a response to assist with the efforts.

Probable fire cause: The exact cause of the fire is under investigation.
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2 months ago

Media Information Release

Type of incident: Structure Fire

Address of incident: 147834 Highway 97

Incident date: 12/29/2017 Alarm Time: 2057 Hours

Description of occupancy: Single family dwelling. 

Circumstances found on arrival, actions taken: First arriving fire crews found fire fully involved in the residence at the above address. They began exterior suppression efforts, as well as exposure protection. The building was quickly determined to be all clear. Crews were able to save the exposed home, however the fire building was a total loss. 

Injuries, rescues and other information of interest: No injuries/rescues to report. 

Responding Apparatus:  4 - Engines, 7 – Water Tenders, 0 - Trucks, 1 - Medics, 2 – Command Vehicles

Responding Personnel:  4 – Career, 14 – Volunteers

Mutual aid assistance by: Central Cascades Fire and EMS, Walker Range Fire Patrol, Chemult RFPD, Outback Fire and La Pine RFPD all provided a response to assist with the efforts. 

Probable fire cause: The exact cause of the fire is under investigation.

 

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was this fire in Oct. ? or Dec

From our family to yours, we wish you a Merry Christmas! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

From our family to yours, we wish you a Merry Christmas!
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