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Durkan announces new pilot to increase Seattle's COVID-19 testing capacity by more than 3,500 a day

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:57 sec | Last week

Durkan announces new pilot to increase Seattle's COVID-19 testing capacity by more than 3,500 a day

"Is about to increase in Seattle with the addition of some new mobile testing kiosks. Couples. Ryan here says the locations will target areas of greatest need. Seattle's testing sites could do about 5500 tests today. But with the pilot program to use kiosks from curative of California, the city expects to increase that to about nine. 1000 Today. The first two kiosks are expected to open in early December in north and central Seattle, with more to follow by mid December. Fire Chief Harold Scoggins compares them to those home moving pods so we will be able to relocate them to other locations as we need, But we are trying to tackle the areas that need the testing that includes more densely populated neighborhoods where a large scale drive through sight wouldn't work and areas disproportionately hit by the virus. The tests are also self administered, which saves on the protective gear testers would wear by eliminating contacts with them. Ryan Harris, come on is small business owners in

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Shelter-in-place issued after fire at recycling plant in NE Houston contained

Mark Levin

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Shelter-in-place issued after fire at recycling plant in NE Houston contained

"Half half a a mile mile shelter shelter in in place place mean mean anyone anyone within within a half mile radius of the fire in the 6500 block of Irvington should stay inside and keep their windows closed. Just is a precaution has met teams have been monitoring the air and water in that area. Houston Fire chief Zampagna says the fire has been under control but had been completely extinguished. Houston police chief Artaza Vedo, HPD commanders and officers will escort the body of a fallen

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Human Remains Recently Found In Mexico Are Those Of Missing Los Angeles Firefighter

KNX Evening News

00:20 sec | 3 weeks ago

Human Remains Recently Found In Mexico Are Those Of Missing Los Angeles Firefighter

"The Fire department has confirmed human remains found in Mexico are those of Frank angular, who's been missing since mid August. Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas says the entire department sense of Steven's condolences to firefighter Irregulars family and we stand ready to assist them in the days to come to people were arrested in connection with his disappearance last month in Mexico.

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Orange County Fires: 2 Firefighters Critically Injured In Fast-Moving Blazes near Los Angeles

WTMJ Nights

00:28 sec | Last month

Orange County Fires: 2 Firefighters Critically Injured In Fast-Moving Blazes near Los Angeles

"Hit by a car over 27,000 acres burning into large wildfires in Orange County, California Firefighters overrun by a fire are now trying to recover to Orange County firefighters remain in critical condition fighting for their lives after being burned over on Monday. Fire Chief Brian Fennessy says he knows him personally. Both have been with us less than one year. I did not say I did hire them. A total of five firefighters have been injured on the two fires burning in Orange County like

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Exploding California wildfires prompt evacuation orders for 100,000

Morning Edition

01:43 min | Last month

Exploding California wildfires prompt evacuation orders for 100,000

"About 100,000 people in Orange County are under evacuation orders this morning as the region braces for another blast of dangerous weather. That could push two wildfires into residential areas. Forecasters are predicting Santa Ana winds with gusts of up to 50 to 80 MPH at times over much of Southern California, with some the strongest expected in Orange County. Two firefighters were critically injured yesterday fighting the Silverado fired their Irvine and Lake Forest each suffered 2nd and 3rd degree burns over much their bodies, according to Orange County Fire chief Brian Fennessy. I was at the hospital shortly after both firefighters were brought to the hospital. They're gravely injured. An investigation is underway to determine how the firefighters were overcome by the flames. Southern California Edison reported to the state's Public Utilities Commission last night. It's investigating whether it's equipment might have started the fire. The utility said a wire that last two telecommunications line to a supporting cable may have struck a high voltage conducting line. Silverado Fire has burned over is 12,000 Acres and is now 5% contained. Irvine Mayor Christina Shay says residents need to be ready to go as soon as they get the word. We're urging everyone to comply with the evacuation orders, please for their safety and safety of our first responders. The winds were so strong that firefighters had to ground their aircraft for much the day they got back up by late yesterday afternoon and work through much the night a second blaze. The Blue Ridge Fire started in Santa Ana Canyon yesterday and has now grown to 8000 acres. That fire near your blend is also is completely uncontained and has forced about 20,000 people to evacuate.

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Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate

Steve and Ted

00:35 sec | Last month

Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate

"Two firefighters injured in a fire in southern California A fast moving fire south of Los Angeles started Monday during a Santa Ana wind event and forced thousands of people out of their homes. Orange County Fire Chief Brian Fennessy says a 26 year old and 31 year old firefighter have been badly injured. One has 65% burns both 2nd and 3rd degree. A second has 50% Both 2nd and 3rd degree burns. Both are intubated at this time, he says. The winds were so severe they had to ground firefighting aircraft. Thankfully, as of Monday evening, no homes had

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Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate

Steve and Ted

00:36 sec | Last month

Two firefighters critically injured in Southern California fires, thousands forced to evacuate

"Have been injured in a fast moving fire in southern California. A fast moving fire south of Los Angeles started Monday during a Santa Ana wind event and forced thousands of people out of their homes. Orange County Fire chief Brian Fennessy says a 26 year old and 31 year old firefighter have been badly injured. One has 65% burns both 2nd and 3rd degree. A second has 50% Both 2nd and 3rd degree burns. Both are intubated. At this time, he says. The winds were so severe they had to ground firefighting aircraft. Thankfully, as of Monday evening, no homes had burned.

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Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles

John and Ken on Demand

04:27 min | Last month

Silverado Fire: Two Firefighters Seriously Hurt, 7,000+ Acres Burned, Zero Containment, Los Angeles

"Well of course, story today is been the wind and eventually what came with the wind event some fires. The biggest of which is over four thousand acres burned in. Orange. County. They call it these Silverado fire it's in eastern Orange County and the area affected the most or some neighborhoods. In Irvine. They have had difficulty because of the winds using air support to help contain this fire. Burning out near Yorba Linda. But the tough news we got a couple of hours ago with regards to the Orange County fire near Irvine is at a COUPLA, firefighters were severely burned covering this for Kfi news is Corbin Carson with the latest on what's going on in Orange County forbidden from the looks on television the wind is still blowing very strongly. Yeah it picks up an in. It drops off I'm still over here at the O C Global Medical Center where those firefighters were were were abroad. But yes, as you mentioned all throughout the day, we have seen these really strong winds is knocking stuff all over the streets kicking down a flagpoles and you know campaign signs you name it it's just it's mates from for some really tough conditions in and as we've just heard that the Fire that started in Santiago Canyon. This morning is now to seventy, two hundred acres, and then the fire that I'm about to be headed to. Now that over near your Yorba Linda has grown to over a thousand acres. We're hearing that there's a possibly one structure burned. So I'm going to check that out right now, and we just recently also heard all the new evacuations for the area we got that update from division chief Shane sure would. Mandatory evacuation orders here in the city of Irvine, their impacting approximately ninety thousand, eight hundred residents. So all residents north of Irvine Boulevard from Jamboree to Bake Parkway. As well as from Irvine, boulevard south to Bianca, road from Jeffrey Road East to patrol high high school all under mandatory evacuations. Also the communities in the city of lake forest, Baker ranch and Foothill ranch are also under mandatory evacuations. So as you just heard ninety thousand people more than ninety, nine, thousand people affected by these new orders. So a lot of people being asked to move those people around those areas that are not specifically affected they are being told stay ready in case. The wind shifts or they are told some at some point to move and that people can check with their local areas too as to where to get the latest updates and make sure that they're ready to go if needed. But earlier as you also mentioned, we had a couple of firefighters this afternoon that were out there they were they were on the hand crews and one was twenty, six years old one was thirty one years old the the the hankers part of their. Clearing the line and making sure they're trying to get some kind of containment on these fires as they're moving as fast as they can, and unfortunately we heard from OC fire authority Brian Fantasy that two of them were severely burned. This afternoon here is him making bringing this tough news to US earlier one of the hardest things? Any fire chief can do is is to report. Out on one. One of the firefighter family members have been injured or. Or worse. This is. A tough for me. Tougher all my firefighters. And certainly for the families of my two injured firefighters. One of them, a twenty, six year old and one of them at thirty one year old. One has sixty five percent burns both second and third degree. The second has fifty percent. Both second and third degree burns, and so what we're hearing is currently the families are here with them at the OC global, medical center that both have been intimated and aren't able to speak and they are in critical condition. But again, as you guys in, we were talking about a couple of hours ago just these winds that have been going through this area. I. Was Talking to a meteorologist about what to expect earlier on this and he told me that Sandiego. Canyon is his right in this wind corridor of OC. In that, you know this morning he had seen and we've already heard gust close to one hundred miles per hour in different areas. He says, these wins did a complete one eighty from onshore to offshore all part of this massive system bringing snow from Canada to Mexico this week. So we're really expecting these winds where everyone's keeping an eye out and being ready to go of necessary. The

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Philadelphia - Man charged in Camden apartment building fire that killed two, injured at least nine others

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - Man charged in Camden apartment building fire that killed two, injured at least nine others

"Connection to yesterday morning's apartment fire in Camden. The story from cable abused Jimenez. It's two counts of first degree murder for Brandon Adam's, according to the Camden County prosecutor's office. Authorities say the 34 year old intentionally set the fire at the apartment building at 34th and Kramer streets about three o'clock yesterday morning. Two men were killed in the fire, many other scramble to get out, says Camden Fire chief Michael Harper. Then they said, people were jumping out

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Philadelphia - Man Charged For Allegedly Starting Fire At Camden Apartment Building That Killed 2, Injured At Least 9 Others

KYW 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - Man Charged For Allegedly Starting Fire At Camden Apartment Building That Killed 2, Injured At Least 9 Others

"Man intentionally started in early morning apartment fire in Camden that left two people dead and at least nine others injured. 34 year old Brandon Adams has been charged with first degree felony murder more on the fire from K Y W just the the nude nude 03 03 alarm alarm incident incident at at the the building building on on the the 3000 3000 block block of of Creamer Creamer Street, Street, forced forced the the Camden Camden Fire Fire Department Department to to call call on on help help from from cruise cruise at at six six other other departments departments is is very very significant. significant. We We haven't had anything like this in the number of years, Camden Fire Chief Michael Harper says. The fatal fire left dozens of people without a home. The one thing I can say, because it's a tape of occupancy that it is You know, they had more people in there. You see, We got 20 to 30 people displaced, so it's a considerable amount of people living in this truck. Officials say One firefighter was injured in the incident just in judo,

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Officials: 2 Dead, At Least 7 Others Injured After Flames Rip Through Camden, New Jersey Apartment Building

KYW 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | Last month

Officials: 2 Dead, At Least 7 Others Injured After Flames Rip Through Camden, New Jersey Apartment Building

"Dead. dead. And And at at least least a a half half dozen dozen others others were were injured injured after after a a fire fire ripped ripped through through a a cannon cannon apartment apartment earlier earlier this this morning. morning. Now Now some some people people had had to to jump jump out of windows on the second floor just to escape the flames. There's Kate What abuse Justin Udo with more than three alarm incident at the building on the 3000 block of Creamer Street, forced the Camden Fire Department to call on help from cruise at six other departments is very significant. We haven't had anything like this in the number of years, Camden Fire Chief Michael Harper says. The fatal fire left dozens of people without a home. The one thing I can say, because it's a type of Open. See See that that it it is, is, you you know, know, they they had had more more people people in in there. there. You You see, see, We We got got 20 20 to to 30 30 people people displaced, displaced, so so it's it's a a considerable considerable amount amount of of people people living living in in this this officials officials say say One One firefighter firefighter was was injured in the incident they think could possibly end up being quote. Suspicious in nature. They add it will take the fire marshal until at least Monday to determine a cause of the fire.

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Navy investigating fatal plane crash near Gulf Coast

Live Abundant Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

Navy investigating fatal plane crash near Gulf Coast

"The U. S Navy training plane crashed yesterday in Alabama neighborhood near the Gulf Coast. Here's correspondent Jennifer King, Navy Air Force's spokesman Zach Harrell said both people aboard the plane were killed in the crash. The plane flew out of Naval Air Station Whiting Field about 30 Miles north east of Pensacola, Florida and crash near the city of Foley. In Alabama Fully fire chief Joey Darby said firefighters were able to make a quick stop to the fire after finding a home in several cars engulfed in flames. No injuries were reported on the ground. I'm Jennifer King. A Colorado wildfire that exploded in size is weak force. Nearby evacuations and close Rocky Mountain National Park. Scientists in Washington state have discovered the first nest of those so called murder Hornets in the US Plans to wipe it out today. Entomologist spend. Eric Spider says he used tiny radio transmitters to follow one of the animals back to that night. I actually heard Morning buzz over my head, so we assumed she had left the location. But then we heard another one buzz over my head and I took a step back and realized we were actually standing right under the nests. More from townhall dot com.

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Navy training plane crashes into Alabama neighborhood, killing 2 pilots

MediConnect

00:31 sec | Last month

Navy training plane crashes into Alabama neighborhood, killing 2 pilots

"Plane crashed Friday in an Alabama neighborhood near the Gulf Coast. AP correspondent Jennifer King reports. Navy Air Force's spokesman Zach Harrell said both people aboard the plane were killed in the crash. The plane flew out of Naval Air Station Whiting Field about 30 Miles north east of Pensacola, Florida and crash near the city of Foley. In Alabama Fully fire chief Joey Darby said firefighters were able to make a quick stop to the fire after finding a home in several cars engulfed in flames. No injuries were reported on the ground. I'm Jennifer King and

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US Navy: 2 onboard training plane killed in Alabama crash

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | Last month

US Navy: 2 onboard training plane killed in Alabama crash

"A U. S. navy training plane crashed Friday in Alabama neighborhood near the Gulf coast maybe air force's spokesman Zach Harel said both people aboard the plane were killed in the crash the plane flew out of Naval Air Station whiting field about thirty miles northeast of Pensacola Florida and crashed near the city of Bali Alabama fully fire chief Joey Darby said firefighters were able to make a quick stop to the fire after finding a home and several cars engulfed in flames no injuries were reported on the ground I'm Jennifer king

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Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Massachusetts island fire

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | Last month

Spontaneous combustion in compost pile cause of Massachusetts island fire

"Spontaneous combustion was the cause of last week's fire at bond this island in Guam, the younger one fire chief in the state Fire marshal's office says the fire started in a large pile of leaves, stumps and logs and was fanned by high winds. The fire October. 15th ignited shortly after one in the afternoon took five days to bring under control. 5

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Los Angeles Fire Department's robot goes where firefighters can't

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:58 sec | Last month

Los Angeles Fire Department's robot goes where firefighters can't

"Tech tech tool tool for for the the Fire Fire department. department. A A robot robot firefighting firefighting device device could could be be a a game game changer changer in in battling battling major major structure structure fires in saving lives when dealing with the building on the verge of collapse. The RS, which saves for robotic solutions was used during a major emergency fire in a textile business. Just this morning, £3500 robotic firefighting unit moved into the burning building on tractor trends and push burning debris out of the way with the snowplow style steel wedged help the crews put out the blaze. It also has the ability to spray 2500 gallons of water a minute from a camera guide nozzle on board, If need Big L a City fire chief chief Ralph Ralph Terrazas Terrazas says. says. This This quarter quarter million million dollar dollar machine machine we we put put in in the the hands hands of of specialist specialist for for further further testing. testing. We're We're assigning assigning it it to to our our downtown downtown fire fire station, station, Urban Urban search search and and rescue rescue fire fire station station and and I I want want our our experts experts who are experts at everything. You They are able to operate the Rs three. At this point, officials feel the Rs three named after the fire stations assigned to has almost unlimited uses, depending upon the imagination of the operators using it in

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Boston resident dies, 3 firefighters hurt in Cambridge house fire

WBZ Midday News

00:58 sec | Last month

Boston resident dies, 3 firefighters hurt in Cambridge house fire

"Has has died. died. We We get get more more from from the the BBC BBC TV's TV's Nick Nick Giovanni. Giovanni. Three Three firefighters firefighters had had to to be be transported transported from from the the scene, scene, including including one one who who told told had part of the ceiling come down on them. During what the fire chief described as a heroic effort. Very difficult building access for a couple of different reasons, but, uh, fight if I've made it. Pretty heroic effort. Teo get in there. Call came in around 5 30 Wednesday morning with the bulk of fire, coming from the second floor of this home on Buckingham Street for firefighters found a woman believed to be the only occupant unconscious. Told she was in cardiac arrest, but she was transported to the hospital. That's where the three firefighters transported. The chief had this to say. One is a leg injury. One I think is a shoulder and one is section of ceiling collapsed on firefighters were told it took about 45 minutes to get the fire under control. There is no word yet on the cause of that fire to 57 straight ahead of the news had three o'clock an update on the condition

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Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year History

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Promotes First Black Female Battalion Fire Chief In 149-Year History

"Nearly 150 YEAR history. The Philadelphia Fire Department promotes its first black woman as battalion chief Kyi. W's John McDevitt has more so solemnly swear for Philadelphia Fire Department captain's reporting as chiefs among them 39 year old Lisa Forest. She most recently served as captain at Ladder 20 form West Philly. She also was the first black female captain on the department. But I come from a family of strong women, and, uh My family values I try to bring into the fire department stands all stand strong and some things I could be down come back everyday when even better attitude. And the attitude days making bird Commissioner Adam Teal I wanna be very clear Anybody who gets promoted the Philadelphia Fire Department earns it. Absolutely. And I could tell you that Captain now Chief Forest has earned it at the administration building job difficult news radio.

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"fire chief" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

Labor Relations Information System

13:41 min | 8 months ago

"fire chief" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System

"From research that that can eliminate up to eighty five percent of the carcinogens alone just by Sopa mortar Gross decontamination on a fire scene. So there's a lot of things that we're trying to take out of the research and and you know. Our job is to take all that technical jargon and translated into something practical that firefighters can relate to and understand and fire chiefs can help them implement on a daily basis. You know exhaust removal from fire stations. You know we know that diesel exhaust carries with it a whole host of course energy. We want that stuff directly removed from fire houses. So there's the things that you know another example of maybe a more expensive thing that we're working on but we're trying to educate folks that that that there are a lot of things that we can do on our own from behavioral or a procedural standpoint that can drastically reduce our level of exposure and contamination. When it comes to the jobs that we do you also mention dehydration and I don't think people talk about that as much as they should. That's a very significant problem isn't it? It is On a number of level so I'll step back and and say just in general our entire conversation here that people need to understand that everything is connected in terms of health and wellness for firefighters. So as I said at the outset no one particular component In and of itself is going to make you a healthier firefighter on as much as if you look at all these components and integrate them all into your into your lifestyle so when it comes to dehydration There are studies out there. That show up to ninety one percent of firefighters Show up for work at on duty in the morning. Already dehydrated at some level or at some extent And and that's documented so. How does that happen Dan? Well I- hydration is as much a behavioral issue as as it is a physical issue right. It's it's how much do we drink what we drink and training ourselves to make sure that we are regularly drinking water As much as possible to maintain proper hydration before we go to work so that when we do have to exert ourselves we know. We're going to lose fluids that were better prepared to withstand that that that beating that our bodies. GonNa take so Drinking more water and drinking less Diuretic or caffeine based Fluids is a huge way to to combat that It's it's just a matter of training people if you will to that it has to happen throughout a given day. Not just when you're thirsty so waking up in the morning and the first thing you do is drink a glass of water as a great way to sort of make a positive improvement to your lifestyle. Reduce or eliminate Drinking Soda and and caffeinated soft drinks and things like that And replace that with water. those kinds of simple things help us to proactively hydrate? So that when we do go out there and have to go to work for about a prepared to withstand it The the effects of it you you have mentioned something. I'd actually never thought about before. And that is the impact of PP on dehydration makes sense but hadn't thought about it. How do you deal with well while you deal with it honestly by by properly hydrating proactively and and adhering to Rehabilitation procedures that. That should be already in effect your own at your own department so once you've gone into a fire and you've exerted yourself when you when it's time for a break when you use up the air and your cylinder or what have you that you go to. Rehab area that you you immediately. Doff your gear you take all that stuff off you you allow that he to escape you rehydrate you get your vitals checked and your monitored for a period of time and to make sure that your body is starting to recover appropriately based on the vital signs that are taken so If you think about it you know our our turnout gear is designed to keep keep the heat and everything away from us right at sort of I don't WanNa say encapsulating but it definitely. It definitely is a barrier between the environment that we're going into a and our bodies and as a result of that all of that he gets trapped inside between the gear in US right. So between the increase in thermal temperature and the dehydration and the exertion. It all adds up together to a very difficult Thing for our hearts and our cardiovascular system to handle so Denise Smith from skidmore university did a tremendous study on the effect of heat stress and dehydration in firefighters. Actually called that. You can actually just google the effective heat stress and guidry on firefighters and download the entire Pdf of the report And there's a lot of details in there about the effects intern scientifically speaking that basically play out to say that we need to hydrate for. We need to exercise regularly to to increase our our capacity to do the work and we also need to make sure that we're taking care of ourselves once. We've done the work to make sure that we're recovering properly and for our listeners will post a link to that Study on our web page associated with this podcast. A Dan you when you're talking about exertion at a fire saying I just saw a study boy I wanna say it was only two or three weeks ago pretty recently. It wasn't on the fire service. It was in law enforcement. And what they did was to basically monitor the pulse and the Blood pressure of law enforcement officers acid. They're driving around on patrol. And then what happens when a call comes in and what happens when an emergency call comes in and then what happens when they get out to the scene and then what happens if they have to take some sort of physical action at the scene and I was struck by the fact that the pulse rate of police officers jumps significantly with each one of those events and once you get up to actually trying to corral suspect suspect or something like that? You're up to two hundred beats per minute. Same thing happens in the fire. Service doesn't it certainly does. It's it's you you're pushing your body beyond theoretical maximums if you will so when you think about An individual that's that's driving the heart rate up around two hundred beats a minute or more. That's I like to call it superhuman It's very difficult for example to recreate that kind of Stress in a controlled situation say in a gym or in a workout right. So there's a lot of other factors that play into it adrenaline. And and the that you're putting out to do the work but if you think about it that's that's a super human thing that we're asking our bodies to do it starts when the call comes in it carries throughout the call and what a lot of people don't realize is that it continues at at a higher than normal rate for sometimes several hours after the incident in the news over with before your body truly starts to to come down if you will and completely recover so along with that. It's cardiac output. It's it's the the physiological changes that occur in your body systems. When you were working hard things like and not to get too technical but things like While viscosity changes so your blood will thicken as you produce more effort like that and so all these things work against us so when you need your body to be at peak efficiency. It's actually things are happening inside your body to reduce that efficiency. Even the gear that we wear the respirators that we wear all of those things serve to reduce our capacity by some percentage depending on what? You're what you're talking about whether it's an se. Ba mask or the geary. You wear whatever so all of those things work against us which goes to the importance of being functionally physically fit to be able to withstand or better withstand those those rigors if you will one other topics that you mentioned in was sleep and we know the numbers out there. That forty percent of firefighters suffer from some form of sleep disorder Perhaps sleep apnea or whatever it might be What can be done about that? Given the nature of the job a so so unfortunately because of the types of shifts that firefighters tend to work and the nature of the job itself is very very difficult not impossible to maintain a proper sleep schedule and I think I think we all understand that Now I'm not. I don't profess to be a sleep disorder expert Nor do I profess to know everything? There is no about how. Different types of schedule's effect A person's body in terms of when they're awake when they're asleep I know there's studies out there that are looking at that but we try to teach people aside from all that. Is that recognizing that you work crazy? Shifts maybe orca twenty four hour shift or whatever It becomes that much more important that when you are not working that you do everything you can to maintain getting eight. Seven to eight hours of uninterrupted. Restful sleep a night. The best you can. And part of that means removing the distractions that typically might be part of our lives like the cell phones the smartphones computers the TV's Firefighter who emergency responders out there that like to have you know the scanners on and the radios and distractions like that anything that you can do to remove distractions from your your routine in the evening when you go to sleep. Probably like at least an hour before Said to bring you down and other thing that helps you sleep more respiratory. Believe it or not. I say this jokingly half-jokingly as regular exercise right so when you go to the gym when you work out when you train like that your body is going to be you know. Want that rest and you're going to sleep more. Roughly you can sleep in a nice cool dark room. That's another thing that you can do to to to help your Your sleep patterns better. Of course if he's still had trouble sleeping you know you might need to have a sleep study done. I mean. There's a lot of firefighters and just people in general out there that probably could use a sleep study to determine if they need to be on a if they sleep apnea or something like that but it. It's really important for firefighters and emergency responders in general. I'm GONNA to keep going back to this and say that what you chose to do becomes a lifestyle and even when you're not working even when you're not on duty you're still a firefighter and you need to take care of your body as much or as better if not more so than when you're actually working because it's a lifestyle. It's not just go to work. Sit on a desk and go home You know Office workers and other folks that got to do less strenuous jobs Have a much greater ability. In my opinion to tolerate things like mild dehydration and things like that right as a firefighter. If I'm already dehydrated before I get to work and then I have go to a house fire in work and and do strenuous duties like that. Then I'm already behind the eight ball more. Think about what's happening to your blood pressure as well so we we focus a lot on blood. Pressure's well when you know making sure you're paying attention to that because if you're if you're already somebody with high blood pressure then you're already that much further behind the eight ball when it comes to go into actually doing the work. Dan The last of these fiscal issues that I wanted to talk about before we delve into a wellness and fitness is obesity. I gotTA Say I. I was shocked to learn that forty. Five percent of firefighters fall under the heading of obese. I mean Dan. I've seen the calendars. It doesn't look like forty five percent to me. What's up with that well? Well there's what over there's easily over a million firefighters in in our country and I'm going to go out on a limb and say that the vast majority of the firefighters that are out there. Don't look like the the calendars that you see right here. Here's all kidding aside when you look at firefighter overweight and Obesity Statistics National Volunteer Fire Council has some interesting numbers that will show you.

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"fire chief" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

10:14 min | 10 months ago

"fire chief" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"I can't I can't build anything there on the same because we lost setback where where is the right direction to go chief. Are you thinking that is like the perfect spot. I mean it just seems like one of my questions I ask one question any other other sites for most of the questions by to wing it. I don't need paperwork to ask. I don't either but okay so like to be organized. Sorry chafe she gets like this all the time even at home but so it just seems like you have more room to move. You have more the more you don't have to that area where you we are now. It just seems like you have to do. Six point turns to get out of there with with the engines. It just seems like it's the perfect spot also to get this way and to get the other way you hit the nail on the head is we're actually building fire engines to fit in that station rather than necessarily the way they could be and so that's another red flag right but back in early two thousand eighteen we did a response modelling study and we work with Lee County Dispatch Center as well as division to do that. And I don't I want to get too technical because it's a little over my head. But the concept is they went back several years and they mapped every response. We had gone to a department. They were able to determine wink in the fire. Truck truck go at posted speed limits. When can go over and when does it have to go under? And that's kind of a lead into the traffic issue because Just because road miles this direction really getting there is very different especially when you have one main thoroughfare canals so that data's spit out a bunch of numbers and said okay. If you were to relocate a station where should it go. And it actually said optimum would be to relocate station thirty one point seven miles towards times square because of not just call modeling but population density trends and things like that. So kind of being proactive. Wears the call when picking up. It's picking up towards Times Square even before some of the development opportunities we have so that moved it Almost two about delmore and a sterile. I think was the optimum location. Well then tops comes along exactly where it's at and I think again you said it couldn't pick a better location and not just because because of the size and being right across the street from townhall is incredibly beneficial as well but this response model. I said that's going to get better response times to the community to move at that point seven miles so and I will say I looked at. You know I was telling you. I looked on the website. And there's a lot of information in the strategic plan and statistics in there and it talks of there is a braff about the response time which is really good. But it's always something that you're looking in an emergency if that's the number one thing like how to get that as quick as possible so this new station will help to improve the response time just from a logistics standpoint. It will actually actually yeah. It'll proactively relocate those resources again point seven miles down the road but with with with our dynamic and traffic point seven miles makes a pretty big difference. Our goal goal was that the first fire truck gets to any emergency and forty minutes or less and all the firetrucks. Get there within twelve minutes or less. And you don't always have the opportunity to relocate. Pick up the fire station and move but when you do we really WanNa look at the data to make sure it's going in the right place for future growth now out of the money that was spent for this is it. Will that also include any equipment or upgrades to the IT staff. What good question? The larger scale component is we actually hope to delete a facility out of this. We we hope to combine this. We have we've well outgrown our admin facility in so admin actually in two different places we hope to build the facility that houses both fire station thirty one as well as all the administrative. It all those folks though in the long run allow US actually to delete one of our facilities and save on maintaining maintaining a facility. So the long run. That should help quite a bit as far as equipment goes since it's a station relocation it doesn't need new equipment per se but it will allow us to relocate where equipments located so right now we have a ladder truck way down at the south end of the island. We like the idea of considering maybe getting that a little more centrally located but as Ed Said said that station cannot house a ladder right now even with the grade pulling in so we may be able to more strategically place our resources because of the station any plans to get a fireboat. Well they knew that question would come up and that property being on the back in having potential canal access gives us that option right now. That option really doesn't exist. We don't have any facilities on water. And so I think for the long run this sets us up so if the department does want to go that route and go into a marine resource. We actually have the ability to do it. Right out of fireboats cost ebony idea. I'm by far not an archaic fireboats. I think they're less than a fire engine. So that's good okay. What does the fire engine damage? Fire engine costs about six hundred hundred thousand and a fire truck us one point two million. Wow Yeah yeah. Yeah sure it's worth every penny. Well it is. And there's there's no way around it. I mean increasing creasing safety standards and what's required for those apparatus you're right there's no way around it. Luckily we we built our capital plans to replace those trucks properly. It gets even more complex when you talk about a value of that truck for Resale when the maintenance costs start going up so we try to offload those after between ten and twelve years because we can actually actually get some money back on and recycle that to another agency so part of that capital plan right now. Where do where do you? Where are the most calls that you have to respond to surprising surprising when we did that? Modeling our stations are pretty well distributed across the service area so there are some stations that are a little busier than others. But those those three stations are pretty pretty well divided up to handle the call. Owed we do seek more in the Times Square area. We project more in The Times Square area so this will continue to to be the highest density area but again right now not not too different between the different stations of station. Thirty two the one on the mainland over there probably sees the majority of Carlos because they're going a couple of different directions while when you're on the island you're just servicing the island but that's pretty dynamic and changes over the year. Okay I would. How do you guys get around the traffic issue when it season and you hear the fire engines? You're sitting here. I'm having water. She's probably drinking beer. And you you hear the fire engines and you're thinking how the heck are they getting around. I mean it's a little better now but it's a good question. One main thoroughfare are lots of canals. There's always so much you can do. So first step is the organization. Construction project has been incredibly communicative with us They talk with our public information officer constantly just to let us know ahead of time what they're looking at. How will it affect our emergency response pattern? They had folks out there on golf carts. Are you saw. They had little radios. That could even talk to the fire. Trucks firetruck would say we're coming. This route closed this lane down so we can get through so they've been great to work with but there are still times when that traffic stops right up. We employed right at the beginning of the construction. It looks like our big ambulances but it's a little tiny beach we call it a beach ambulance and its narrower. It can go on the beach while if a car can get completely off the road for a big truck but it can enough to get that little beach ambulance through. It can get places fairly fast even if traffic traffic problem and then our final resources we do have an air helicopter ambulance opportunity. And we'll use that sometimes especially like a remote call down in lovers key but if it's a problem problem and a response time issue we can use that air resources is not just ours Lee County. Yeah and it's run by county. Sure the people in the traffic are like. Oh my God. How do I get out of nowhere to go? What can people do? They can't really just people on the sidewalk. Can't you know there's always solar so we're so many places you can go and hopefully education with folks of point to the right not stopping in the middle of the road and things center lane up until now what other services obviously the majority of what you guys do is provide emergency services. But what non emergency services does the Fire Department provides them outside your day to day running fire and -mergency medical calls and so forth we call it our life safety division and they run all of the other non emergent services. So that's everything from building plans review and inspections and code enforcement to fall prevention program. CPR AND AD programs. We actually send our inspectors to a forty hour class on how to install car seats the right way so we can install carseats. Helmet Fittings I could go on and on and on but there's a there's a really good link on our website to this robust list of services. You wouldn't think a fire department desolate provides but but a lot of other resources like that of preventing things in the community. So you do do you. You offer courses for the community to come in and learn how do you how to do. CPR and how to operate the AD wrecked doing a lot of times. Watch go to your business business or your condo complex with resource availability will come to you and all classes. I mean not individually but is the island set up with a lot of businesses that have. Add's or good question. And I don't know from a business. Standpoint has no say all my questions are we right now. I couldn't tell you from a business. We do see an increase of going public facilities. I know he has good communication at the end of last year with the Library of getting multiple. ABC's in the library and we wanted to sport that program with both eighty s as well as what we call A. Stop the bleed kits so if somebody has a bleeding emergency agency some things like that. So I think it's becoming more and more prevalent but I think government facilities can certainly lead the way in that so at least people if I took government facility I can get an eighty and and you know in terms of you know the the time that it takes you guys to get down here. It's important for people to be certified then provide because that's the first line of defense when somebody goes down in a medical emergency is is. WHO's around before you guys can get their rapid rapid CPR? Dr Rapid Ad Use is absolutely lifesaver and You probably saw on our website. We had some some stuff last year. We won two years ago. This thing called a mission lifeline award. It's.

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"fire chief" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

Beach Talk Radio

09:33 min | 10 months ago

"fire chief" Discussed on Beach Talk Radio

"I think it's very difficult sometimes for counselor LPN Or any other committee when you have to make a decision. It's very tough to take your emotions out of it. You have to leave your emotions out of it when you make a decision by the facts and seven to seven nothing. They felt that they were within their right. Based on all the information they presented to us that they had the right to okay so oh she keeps telling me to let that go. I don't know why I'm fascinated by that story. It's a big issue because I can't figure out what's right or you know my opinion on that and not that it matters in my opinion is it's just a fascinating story in that. It happened because of the weather yet. He lost his never mind. I don't want to look at where it's at to the environment uh-huh zone. It's it if it was doing was going to be through the middle of that there will be this conversation right right. She's GONNA ask a couple of questions tonight. I have a few few me on the spot. All right everybody were doing the shuffle here so on on that and and I just told him to let it go but just see as the big notes behind me over when the LPGA approved at it was so the LPGA is approving yet based on if it needs code or goat doesn't go against code is that they are approval is in tight. Yes it's based on. Does it conflict with any of the codes that are in the okay and you know we found seven and nothing it. They were within their right to do what they now. The council voted voted. It down. which is their the right to do? So and now they've went back and asked for a rehearing and they're going to have the rehearing and they're going to present some more evidence so let's see what that evidence is one way or another and then we can make a decision from there because I know that Just listening to the whole iteration of it is that it's it's gone through a couple of different change like you know for them to get approval from the EPA and they've adjusted their their model of it the width everything when they had their conversations with us on the some of the Requirements that we act on them were to change the size. Bring it in a little bit and they were more than willing to do that so they compromised what they really want it down down to. What we felt was acceptable? And that was part of the reason we've all right and now on the lights. So you know Fort Myers. Beach is not the only place. I'm sure where this issue has. Come up has has anyone as any entity looked at other beach towns to see what they've done for lighting different ideas you know so they don't have to create it from scratch. I think I think that they have. I mean my understanding. Is that one. They did. The lighting study that their direction was to give us what the best lighting was for pedestrians. It didn't necessarily take into the turtles I think everybody agrees that the study wasn't necessarily one hundred percent what everybody was looking for so they're going back in and we're waiting for the results of that. But as I said earlier I think with technology. There's a lot of different things that we can do out there based on cost obviously going to cost to do it but we have. We have an opportunity to be the trend setter. I always use the analogy. I'm talking to someone in football. People are always copycat league if someone does something the other people start to copy it. Why shouldn't we be the one that people say? Let's do at Fort Myers beach. Did they set the trend. Let's use this thing forward. Let's think what we're going to have in the future. That will be sustainable that we can adjust that. If you just have to change your ball you still have the technology either. Just the temperature of the light. You won't be able to just little newman's of the light but you'll be able to the temperature from and it ranges anywhere from twenty seven hundred up to fifty five hundred Kelvin. So in times that you need that bright white light maybe out of season odd turtles season. Like now you can. You can bring it up a little bit during turtle seasons that you could bring it down doc talking about amber lights that you're talking about adjusting a white light brighter or less. So essentially it takes bright white. Led Calvin say four thousand five thousand thousand fifty five hundred Kelvin and it brings it down to that twenty seven hundred to three thousand which is softer easier on your is it. Doesn't it doesn't give you that sleep deprivation that everybody talked so much about so there are ways to do it and then again you have at a crosswalk if you have an issue where forbid there's an accident with a quick push of a button you can get the lights in that area to earn it help. EMT's gets what they need to do. And and how. What's your position on e bikes? I'm glad you brought that up my position -sition on E-bikes I am four pedal assist. So there's there's like three different types of e bikes. There's there's fully motorized than theirs. Partial headless is so so. You only get power when you're peddling and I've talked to a lot of people especially on the southbound the island that they can't get to the north end of the island with the Estero Boulevard the way that it is and now that we have the bike lanes. There's a there's going to be one that's finally done. They're going to be able to come to the north in which a lot of them have told me that that's what they'd like to do to visit some of the restaurants up here check out the new things that are coming but they don't feel safe on the oldest. They're doing it but they physically no longer can get from one end to the other. They WANNA ride their bike. They want to stay active. But it's Wendy. You've written this Indian that winds blowing in your face even if you're in good health it's very difficult to to ride your bike down. I think if they are allowed to use pedal title assists when they're peddling it gives them a little bit more power. It's not a full turn your hand like a motorbike gives you the pedal assist that you need to be able to get to where you WANNA go without hurting somebody. I'm sorry okay so the other questions back on the lights are covered that I wanted to go back revisit. It okay so Dan. If you weren't running for election and you had to vote who would you vote for the three people. He would vote for. Well I am running and I have been running for a while so I would definitely vote for myself The rest of the people that are involved they all have unique backgrounds. They they all have something that they can bring to the table. And I feel like I'm work with anyone over the past six years. I think I've proven that I've been involved in the community enough and I can work with anybody so I couldn't tell you who I would vote for because I'm aren't you going to vote so you're going to have to vote to other people you just don't want to say I'm right. What he's saying is he's going to? He's not going to tell us. which is that's fair voting for myself I I know? Can you vote for yourself. Three to actually vote for yourself once and you don't have to vote for anyone else right. That's the way residents can vote down here. Sure they could sure they choose to. But that's is not what I'm going. What do you think the chances are that Barack gets elected? I don't know I've never met the man I don't know I've only seen a couple articles that he's posted in the paper. I other than that. I've never had the articles about just just about one of the island sandpaper. He put a thing in there about some of their reporting. So that's other than that. That's the only the only speak Asian I've had with downtown manager doing a good job. Yes or no I think again as I said before. He's doing exactly what he's been instructed to do. So if the town council feels he's not doing a good job it's their job to direct him in the direction that they want to go. He like everybody else. Works for the people of the island so if he's not managing it the way they want him to manage it than it needs to be changed. What do you think the number one important issue? That's facing the beach or facing Fort Myer space right now for me. It's public safety. Ah I've told this story several times tell it again because it hits home for me when we were in a forum. Last year someone brought up a question. She was a little girl from from Bay Oaks. She came out and she was scared because people were in the bushes. Because you know. They had the doctor that she was very scared. And I I can't can't stress. It's like a light switch off in my head. I have a daughter I. I don't think anyone should feel unsafe on this island just on the drive down. There was a gentleman in a wheelchair sitting in the middle of the sidewalk passed out with drink sitting in the middle of the sidewalk. Is that something that we want. If we're going through the branding that we want people to see when they come into the island. I don't think it is. Where do you think water? The water issues fit into that hierarchy of importance. Well it's definitely like I said last year. Here's a one eight one B for me. I'm a master captain. So water is a big thing for me. We live on the water. We never have to stop worrying about the water. We have to continue to do what we're doing working with people like Kevin who's doing a great job being a voice. He's he's kind of that voice for the barrier island. That's going forward quite frankly olive floor so anything we can do to assist assist him to get that message out. He's already got the context in there to talk to people and then anything we can do locally. We talked about the fertilizer. We'll talk about things like that. If you could just be cognizant. There's an what you're doing in your own backyard. You see something in the water we constantly. We'll see boats go by and things will fly out of the water. Turn around and go and you pick it up. You try to keep the environment clean you try. It'd be the best you can be good stewards of your own island that way. When you go forward you can help assist to say? This is what we've been doing. What maybe it'll work for you or what have you been doing? Will it work for us. We go there. No go ahead. If you have another question was I was. I don't want to get off on the glyphosate. We'll see all all right. That's Dan we're going to give away some tickets to the Kylie and Ajay show. And I wanted to talk to you about. Oh by either way one last question that I want you to tell everybody why they should vote you. I don't want to forget this one. Are you in favor of moving to three or four years and moving the election to November..

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"fire chief" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Back up one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five every now and then we get a good piece of news atlanta of federal district court ruled wednesday that the city of atlanta rules are which led to the termination of fire chief calvin cochran are on constant to to show them the court found that the city's policy restricting non work speech like a book for christian men that cochran wrote too broad and allow city officials to unconstitutionally discriminate discriminate against the views which they disagree praise the lord for i don't know who sent them judges in that district court that you know of this calvin on calvin cochran fire chief oft more for the clock on his own personal time but lay minister writes a book about his beliefs and that black democrat mayor of that city fired this puts police chief because he thought marriage between a man and woman fat factor man five that shows you the decadence of so many of our black leaders 'cause i meant that mayor of atlanta calls himself a christian all year he's five of man who writes a book holding a christian principle that shows you the decadence of the donkey ride as permanent five in nwc pilar idigov kazan they all that.

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"fire chief" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on FRONTLINE: Audiocast | PBS

"In town the residents were turning against the monday's former fire chief chris brands how was arne county impacted it's like there was a big earthquake through the population did shattered its you know it it it fragmented people you know there were there were families that were arguing over things in on friends that worked friends anymore and people are in fear one good manila mayor love up of down to lorde almost a month into the occupation avoid finnigan told reporters that he sense the fbi's mood shifting the tenor has change the have become more hardened and when they stepped out of their vehicles now are stepping out with their various the rifles they do not intend on losing care and we do not intend giving it back to them the next day the fbi saw an opportunity to end it greg betting on january twenty six the fbi had developed information at a significant number of the leadership of the occupation was going to be traveling from the refuge to a meeting in john day oregon we knew the route they're gonna take the cars are going to be in two cars left the refuge bound for john dade county ninety miles away an fbi surveillance plane followed overhead amann road in the second car his brother ryan lavori fund a come on a militia leader were in the first at the last minute they were joined by two women including sean are clocks.

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"fire chief" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"Got a really really good retention i remember a lot of things but i don't have a good memory excellence your member step verbal you remember stuff i've recount i've said hey remember that like that that the when we had on love line no doubt and i was recounting oh the indian blah blah blah would ever comment you made an uber you can recount stuff almost verbatim so yeah that's why people should argue with they do alive i don't think you like written stuff by narrow i've written stuff can't i cannot kuhn on the way i'm wired pat it happened multiple times i disfigured outs better way to go if you handed me dr spans is i am deby page ours wikki paid and he said now he was born in brooklyn and 19 fifty three fifty five fifty five nineteen 55 his grandfather was a fire chief father follows fire cheers grandfather a boxer he um went to the brooklyn a cat kennedy medical school or whenever all melinda momma lender whatever's dement anyway the point ss moon if i read the entire page and then you through the page way and he went now we're going to have a quiz on dr bruce i'd get us see minus probably if if if i closed my eyes and i said you read the page out loud to me and all disclose my eyes and then you quiz me i will get an yeah that's so i need to hear it and then i can retain if i read it no no retention that's that's kind of how so when you're nearing sky i used to hate people like you because they sit there they wouldn't take notes they'd listen a stuff well there's an interesting thing i never got to the part of school were people lectured so it didn't help me at school is always just turned to this chapter and read chapter twelve th through fourteen of we the people and that of course i have nothing for the task 'cause i couldn't read it if i closed my eyes and you read me the chapter i would have at all.

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"fire chief" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"To force him to go through sensitivity training as the chief of the fire chief in atlanta they were in that way that would be amazing part in philip so not only did they put him on uh leave first of all to to do it investigation here's the other part of the cape at the movie they've they've decided to do an investigation on him to see well did you view really affect the worst discriminate against anyone and and um their response like what they found out was in their own investigation that he could not though he would completely cleared of any allegations of any wrongdoing yet they fired him anyway and and i said elections i should say one of the amazing things of that his story having spoken to chief cochran is he was a victim of discriminate asian when he was first starting out as a firefighter in louisiana black firefighters had to eat off different plates they weren't allowed to eat off the same plates says white firefighters so he has dedicated his life to overcoming discrimination and now to be accused of it groundlessly is totally outrage just look a lot of people here about cases like this and they say boy i wish there was something i could do this is such an outrage it is an outrage and there is something you can do pick up the phone call the alliance defending freedom this cases coming to a hearing on november 17th it's an expensive process freedom is in free he gave what you can if you can give a thousand dollars to the alliance defending freedom it.

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"fire chief" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"We heard the napa county fire chief say that his resources were stretched to the limit r e are they getting the resources they need from the state and any place else they are resources you know certainly uh it's a big stayed in end up we have close to off four thousand personnel assigned to these fires that's fire and law enforcement and emergency management and emergency medical uh we have our california national guard uh all these assets have been deployed and of course california has the most robust a mutual aid system in the world we utilize it regularly and this has been this summer has been no different than the past we have been very very active in very very busy and we've been working with uh of the fire agencies throughout california we had fire ages sees as far south san diego and it's far north assist q county uh coming in to assist uh cinema county but we have other fires going on in the state as well so it's always a balance of where we're going to place resources and we prioritise these fires and we provide that support to the to the fires of the highest priority what's your expectation at this point mr gilarducci if i mean do you just simply have to wait for these winds to die down in order to get it can get control of these fires well no we are actively you know we have we have hand cruz and and and cruise on the ground that are actively working to suppress the fires um we have uh during the days we have done a tremendous amount of air support we have the seven uh we have our a large airtankers uh we have and dropping aircraft all of those are actively working on the fires and they are having an effect um but uh you know there's a lot of fuel in these wildfires pushed by win uh can be very challenging the big hope and and we we understand that the winds are going to die down now for a day or so but we look to the forecast and we know there's another win the vet uh that's shortly happening so uh were were expecting that and were gearing up for that appropriately.

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"fire chief" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We have fire chief grid castle from clark county fire near assisting with all the victims now as far as number of victims i cannot give you an accurate number it through this point we have well in excess of one hundred plus injured in excess of twenty plus that have died at this point uh so we will get those numbers to you accurately as soon as we can but please bear with us this is an ongoing investigation but we are comfortable that the primary aggressor in this event is has expired or passed away and he is is no longer a threat there has been multiple multiple phone calls and accusations or conjecture combing through social media that there is multiple shooters at other result resorts that has been proven to be false additionally there's been accusations or belief there's there's some explosives going off that is also faults the only explosive contained in this event was from our swat team breaching the room so pleased we are pretty confident that there is no longer a threat other than we are attempting to locate the person of interest no not at this point we believe it's a local individual he resides your locally i'm not at liberty to give you who is a place of residence yet because there's an ongoing investigation uh we don't know what his belief system was if there's time this is live coverage of breaking new sheriff gerardo inch requests it's about the shooting in las vegas idea at this point your slowing go investigation as you can imagine that just happen so please bear with us but we have all the forces to bear from public safety uh handling the situation okay i'm gonna say this one more time we do not know it's an ongoing investigation right now we believe he is the sole aggressor at this point in the two senior static are attempting to locate the person of interest we i yeah we have a i have two police officers that are currently at the hospital one in critical condition the other one minor injuries but there are other police officers that were off duty attending the concert that have expired we have no we.

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"fire chief" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on KOMO

"We have fire chief greg castle from clark county fire near assisting with all the victims now as far as number of victims i cannot give you an accurate number at this point we have well in excess of one hundred plus injured an excess of twenty plus the have died at this point so we will get those numbers to you accurately as soon as we can but please bear with us is an ongoing investigation but we are comfortable that the primary aggressor in this event is as expired or passed away and is no longer a threat there's been multiple multiple phone calls and accusations or conjecture coming through social media that there's multiple shooters and other result resorts that has been proven to be false additionally there's been accusations or a believe there's there's some explosives going off that is also falls the only explosive contained in this event was from our swat team breaching the room so please we are pretty confident that there is no longer a threat other than we are attempting to locate the person of interest no not at this point we believe it's a local individual resides your locally i'm not at liberty to give you his place of residence yet because there's an ongoing investigation we don't know what his belief system was at this time i'm sorry i can't hear you no we have no idea at this point it's an ongoing investigation as you can imagine it just happened so please bear with us but we have all the forces to bear from public safety uh handling the situation okay i'm gonna say this one more time we do not know it's an ongoing investigation right now we believe he is the sole aggressor at this point and the two seen as static we're attempting to locate the person adventurous we i we have a i have two police officers are currently at the hospital one in critical condition and the other one minor injuries but there are other police officers were off duty attending the concert that have expired we have no we don't have those individuals identified at this point i don't know the sequence of events on that right now we believe it's hundred plus injured and twenty plus dead okay and i don't want to give you an accurate number because i do not have it at this point.

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"fire chief" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"We have fire chief greg hassle from clark county fire in the air assisting with all the victims now as far as number of victims i cannot give you an accurate number at this point we have well in excess of one hundred plus injured and access of twenty plus that have died at this point so we will get those numbers to you accurately as soon as we can look please bear with us is an ongoing investigation but we are comfortable that the primary aggressor in this event is has expired or pass away and here he is no longer a threat there's been multiple multiple phone calls and accusations or conjecture coming through social media that there's multiple shooters at other result resorts that is meme proven to be false additionally there been accusations or a belief stirs there some explosives going off that is also faults the only explosive contained in this event was from our swat team breaching the room so please we are pretty confident that there is no longer a threat other than we are attempting to locate the person of interest no not at this point we believe it to local individual he resides her locally i'm not at liberty to give you who is a place of residence yet because is an ongoing investigation we don't know what his belief system was at this time on sorry i can hear you no we have no idea at this point here said ongoing investigation as you can imagine it does happen so please bear with us but we have all the forces to bear from public safety hub handling the situation okay i'm gonna say this one more time we do not know with an ongoing investigation right now we believe he is the sole aggressor at this point and the two seen is static we're attempting to locate the person of interest we i we have a my have two police officers that are currently at the hospital one in critical condition the other one minor injuries but there are other police officers that were off duty attending the concert that have expired we have no we don't have those individuals identified at this point.

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"fire chief" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Get out you can water and put it good at bill i don't think i like you talk of the fire chief like that a pill go ahead so i said to the manager of the store and said you know i come in here and this isn't the first time you got your shelves on stocked properly you got a whole places that are empty i came in her one night about the last bottle is something when i came back three days later was still the last bottle so i told her i said you know this is this is i i shop here and i am waiting in the back that you got people looking for service you've got no you know no uh stock and she says to me that they had a compressor go out or something which made the refrigeration prelude ear europe we have time on man quick hair character very energy better ritto i'm going to stop talking to your man i don't be a baby now what else either is i wanted to have been here i had people come up to me bill that will let me finish the story we know what you're going to say you're gonna basically say that you know you you you you told him off and then he went back to yeah i went back to shopping by citizen play here could even on oh go ahead what a quick story these not going to say anything as long as your interrupting him all right let me just put the cut to the chafee we're talking about trump it happens every day in a supermarket to america somebody comes up to a manager and says this wrong this is wrong that's wrong we don't like this they don't like that.

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"fire chief" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Nine fifty mw doubled good morning thank you for joining us sam roberta thing and until i'm jordan these are the top stories at five fifty two developing right now in oakland county extra help for firefighters in lyon township they're putting out a house fire in a neighborhood off of ten mile road wwe jays mike campbell on the scene my rural fire here this is on douglas row one of the neighbors is not happy that uh he has firehoses drag crushes property because he's upset that he has some issues with the fire department here a new era property i'm leaving route excuse me revert i have an issue with a resume january doubtfire here there's the fire chief from wrong depth from friendly orion township fired apart sorry we got the call see that it fully involved funded front roland garros norman reedus the we strengthen about 1100 freedom the the good news your word is no injuries some upset residents but no injuries of persons in this house even the cat untold got out fire chief says you can veer couple of three hours a think maybe it was a gas leak maybe it's really early in the investigation reporting live in lyon township mike cavill deputy doubly j newsradio nine fifty all right by thank you very much show we're gonna check in with that corey next to look at business news on the bloomberg sunday morning on cbs i'm jane paul poulain go to the ends of the earth this is exciting you've never seen anything like it and reach for the stars this is pretty fun looked for a telescope at cold experience thought provoking innovative and truly regional reporting because there was only something.

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"fire chief" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In distress within the school i will tell you that uh i'm absolutely under such a tragedy i'm pleased to see the level of cooperation and collaboration with our local state and federal law enforcement personnel they have all responded to the scene who are here to provide resources uh this is a minneapolis fire chief friedel's in his team's operation but we are here to assist them in any way that we can and i once again i can't think enough of the uh the assistance in the resources victor in how we work together in terms of a law enforcement community with our local state and federal partner so we will continue to be here uh to offer any assistance and support to chief friedel in his a minneapolis fire team and that is where we are rhythm mirages this is a dave 'extraordinary heartbreak in minneapolis this school is at the heart of a neighborhood in the heart of the community um there are people who are wondering where their loved ones are in we grieve with them men and extend our um our live in our prayers in our thoughts and our hopes the whole city is with a hanley's who still await word of their loved ones um i've been able to talk with senate has family members talk with representatives of the school um you know talk with other stakeholders and affected part these and one thing is clear on this score was beloved the people their beloved and is a big loss for the city sedan i want to take a moment to i knew the incredible and heroic actions of our first responders today in minneapolis fire department in minneapolis please department our firefighters in our officers were there on the.

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"fire chief" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Fire very well known in grafted as the fire chief fire use i've i think fire chief of the terry i think he's got a very good shot of winning the election and one thing to keep in mind new hampshire has a lot of multi member disc tricks do you think that would shut them up if the if john bobby ours wins election straight up wins an election to your none of us for stay wrapped in uh in grafton which is kind of in the middle of nowhere but if he wins they think that'll shut them up or no to be look your dog lose 28 teed the people that are saying libertarians being libertarians in the libertarian party are somehow setting back liberty because they're not republicans are always going to throw lines arab jackson did not nothing is going to change their mind well nothing so my my thought on this and i'm not all bound up or anything i do think that one likely has a better chance of winning if you look at your district you pick the most likely what has a better chance of winning if there are horrible status that says i'm going to raise your taxes and do all the things for you and that's not the same thing that's your you're building a straw mat so i mean if he ran run as whatever party has the most likely chance of winning in there than you probably have a better chance of getting elected at out of your hide all of your liver you also have a better chance of winning right and then you have to compromise your principles which is brando had he said you don't well if you want to get along with the party leadership then you've got two and that's what all of these stay representatives in there the democrat and the republicans who made.

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"fire chief" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The same play over the the higher gasoline prices a torrance assistant fire chief says there were no injuries or a back you wasting start to the far that started at about six this morning got your absolutely went for gas in the jets were freeways yet you can come here in a league laying commit crimes no you know i'm reminded of every time i travel out the country really go to mexico it just think but when you go to mexico arms shoes super hyper sensitive to knock committing a crime because you're in another country and and and you don't know how the helm how the laws again playout for year there's deaf in exile eighty about it you know you see the guys armed actually a mexico walking on the streets but you know you know not just grew up in that if you screw up you're screwed you're going back you know it's just it's just general knowledge well and the way you can't come here even if it's a d you why which is i know i'm a duis a serious thing and people are said well did it that some of the just him it's a deal why it's still a very serious cry i'm sorry that's not unless you're out that it takes something to get on the radar of immigration in customs in think that played very and and and we in the mornings it's enough i am six forty four yeah and was so excited to hear from you know hits about time i wish they got they would you an audit where that money is gone that it didn't then to try to the in it having to train bill that money has got to be going good around her tony and connections on the part of grounder all the big in the money from the state a job and that will be and that i'd like to let might put up governor crown when you have made it mandatory or our children to be back and they did there's a lot of buddy they ended so when you guys on the spotlight i'm going to be i don't know what i mean really they can they thank you thank you for leaving here playing hang out goodbye.

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"fire chief" Discussed on KBNP Radio

KBNP Radio

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"fire chief" Discussed on KBNP Radio

"So speed is of the absence that's why the plan already has to be in place you've got to be there you got to be cock lacked ready the rock and you have to have a plan you have to have your training you have to have the equipment you have to work like a well oiled machine and that means preparation now we also talked about the other aspects as well we talked about the medical you got to have all that training as well when you put together a church safety tim you wanna look for maybe mt or paramedics or nurses or doctors you know in a larger church in i going am too much probably the smaller church some people might have to get trained but you have to have the equipment there and you have to know how to use the equipment my experience i'm church safety teams is that see aspect that is probably was most often you know people will have a heart attack don't have problems breathing the childish choking on something you can say peoples lives by being honored church safety team but you have to have the training one thing we didn't talk about was fire personnel you want to have maybe that the fire chief for a volunteer fire enter a full time futterman on your church safety team you know he's going to make sure that everything is up to call would he's going to make sure that the fire extinguisher are all charged up that the fire in smoke alarms work properly that the fire exits are blocked all of those things are important because in new man of a fire some goes wrong equipment doesn't word that no doors are blacked it can cause last many many lives so you want to have that the physical security surveillance cameras are they working properly the alarm system is that working properly you know do.

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