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Our crew returned home safe from the 242 fire on Tuesday afternoon. From the initial attack to the our demobilization, we worked with the Klamath County Taskforce to protect structures, reduce fire growth and establish containment lines. 
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers during this incredibly challenging fire season.
We are in unprecedented times for our state. But please, if you have a moment today, remember all of those we lost on 9/11. As fires continue to rage across Oregon, most scheduled ceremonies will not be held as crews work around the clock. Please, never forget.
Training night was scheduled for helicopter operations, quickly changed due the air ambulance being rerouted for an activation.... so we decided to go over master streams instead. Not a training wasted.
Thanks to hard work and donations from a few of our volunteers, the Hackett Drive Station has a new flag pole!
Today and everyday, we say thank you to all those currently serving and to our Veterans.
Just before 4 PM yesterday, Crescent Fire responded to a fully involved log deck pile which was to be used for firewood. No injuries were reported, however the log deck was destroyed and loader received heavy damage. 

Units from Walker Range, US Forest Service, and Central Cascades Fire & EMS assisted as well. 

Crescent Fire District responded with two fire engines, a water tender, ambulance and a command vehicle. These units were staffed by 5 volunteers, 3 resident volunteers and three staff members. 

Are you interested in volunteering with our department? Call us today 541-433-2466

Our community needs us, and we need you!
Want to be apart of our great team? Find out how, call us at 541-433-2466! Or stop by our office and just say hi!
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