Thursday, July 16, 2015
It may have been a hot and humid night but the Chili Fire Department invited Suburban Propane to Company 1 for some hands on review on how to deal with propane fires. They also reviewed the safety shut offs on there transport trucks and there bob tails. It was a good experience for all.
Pictures provided by Paul Brescia
Saturday, July 4, 2015
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Called for a 2 vehicle MVC with one car flipped in the intersection of Chili Ave. at Chili Center Coldwater in the west bound lane of Chili Ave. 4c43 was first on location reporting one vehicle flipped with driver being pulled out by by-stander, other vehicle had all passengers already out with no airbags deployed. Driver of vehicle that had flipped had minor injuries and was treated by CVAS. Crew of 4312 was able to push the one vehicle out of the intersection and the crew of 4338 secured the vehicle hazards on the vehicle that had flipped.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
The Chili Fire Department responded this afternoon for an MVA involving two vehicles just past exit 4 on the east side of the 259 bridge one vehicle was rolled over in the center medium. The cause of the accident is under investigation.
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Companies 1 & 2 were dispatched for a 2 vehicle MVA this afternoon with a drives still inside the vehicle injured. 4c43 was first on location with one vehicle pulled over with occupants outside the vehicle not complaining of injuries. The other vehicle was blocking the east side lane of Buffalo Rd. and the driver was not able to get out of the vehicle. Fire Police was requested for the road to be shutdown at Buffalo Rd. at Miller Ave. and Buffalo Rd. at College Green Dr. Roberts Wesleyan Security assisted with traffic control as well. The crews of 4312 and 4322 assisted ambulance with removing the patient, securing vehicle hazards and cleaning up the debris.
Monday, May 25, 2015
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
During the week of 5/5/2015, the Chili Fire Department took an opportunity to repay little helpers in the Town of Chili. The department put on our first annual adopt a hydrant program in our local elementary schools where 3rd graders adopted hydrant near their home and kept it clear of snow over the winter. Once the snow finally melted a name was chosen from Paul Rd, St. Pius and Brasser Elementary schools and the winner received a ride to school on our Ladder Truck. The firefighters enjoyed doing it as much as the kids and we look forward to an even bigger participation next year.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
On Saturday, 5/9/15 at 6:20am, CFD was called for a single vehicle on I-490 EB that had flipped east of exit 4. Multiple calls were received for this incident all stating that the occupants were possibly ejected and were picked up by family and taken to the hospital prior to FD arrival. 4c17 was first on location confirming the vehicle off the road and on its roof. 4312 responded to the scene to assist the MCSO for use of the thermal imaging camera to make sure no one else was ejected in to the brush.
Wednesday, February 4, 2015
The Chili Fire Department will be taking ownership of three new Pierce Pumpers shortly as they have just come off the assembly line in Wisconsin. These new pumpers will be replacing three old pumpers that are over 25 years old and they are all equipped the same for standardization. The pumpers should be in service for the community by the end of April.
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