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DC Fire and EMS Jun 16
Truck 11 from the Walter Reed neighborhood was on a recent lift assist (one of the many types of calls by which we serve our community) when this young man rushed outside from a nearby home to see the fire truck. We got to chat in what was a special moment for both.
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DC Fire and EMS 6h
Fireboat 2 conducting a person in the water rescue drill. Every day is a training day.
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DC Fire and EMS 7h
Final Update - Working Fire - 2700 Block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Avenue SE: Small fire in second floor apartment was knocked down shortly after the arrival of - No injuries were sustained during this incident. Units preparing to clear the scene.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 21
responded to 630 calls on Thursday, June 20th. There were 194 critical and 333 non-critical EMS dispatches, and 103 fire related incidents and other types of emergencies.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
Thank you for inviting .
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 20
battle a 3 Alarm fire at 3320 New York Avenue NE. This blaze occurred on November 16th, 1965.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
Day 2 of , and Fire Prevention inspection teams are out ensuring that safety standards are being adhered to.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
answered 625 calls on Saturday, June 22nd. There were 205 critical and 315 non-critical EMS dispatches, along with 105 fire related incidents and other categories of emergencies.
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Shepherd Park Assoc. Jun 23
Replying to @dcfireems
The truck and the ladder were amazing! Even grown ups loved it. Engine 22 and Truck 11 are the best! Can we get the cupholders in the trucks??
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 21
Crash with entrapment Pa. Ave & 30th St SE. 1 individual trapped. are extricating. Request Pepco for downed traffic signal pole.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
Engine 23 was down by the Georgetown Waterfront Park on this beautiful day. Some of our international visitors got to learn a little about what we do, and took time to pose with our members.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 22
Engine 32 is filling in at Silver Hill Station as they battle a 2 Alarm Apt. fire. Always ready to help our partners in the DMV.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 20
Foam Unit Task Force companies continue their aircraft firefighting recertification with the help of our partners from Fire Department.
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Brandon T. Todd Jun 23
Replying to @dcfireems
Thank you so much for coming and for your service to Ward 4 and our city.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
60,000 and counting. That’s how many folks have taught hands only CPR to. Join this army of lifesavers by visiting our tent at the . We are located at 6th St. & Pa. Ave NW. And, don’t forget to download App.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 18
Update Box Alarm 1900 block K St NW. Basement fire in scooter charging room contained by sprinklers and extinguished by . Still dealing with considerable smoke conditions and working to ventilate same. No injuries reported.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 21
Update accident with entrapment Pa. Ave & 30th St SE. have extricated the patient. Transporting with serious but non life threatening injuries.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 23
Engine 4 participating in the Ward 4 Annual Family Day at the Kingsbury Community Center on 14th Street NW.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 22
DC is in the house! Engine 7, Truck 16, and Medic 25 kept Oxon Hill safe Saturday evening as units were tied up battling a 2 Alarm apartment fire.
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DC Fire and EMS Jun 22
are out in full effect supporting the National BBQ Battle. From safety inspections to hands-only CPR awareness training, is proud to serve the District of Columbia. Photos courtesy of Sgt. Barnes.
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