In response to the Pinnacle Propane incident, an After Action Meeting took place at Benton County Central Dispatch. In attendance were representatives from Benton County Emergency Management, Central Dispatch, Sheriff’s Department, Warsaw Police Department, Warsaw Fire Protection District, and the Mayor of Warsaw. Concerns discussed included the safety of the residents and evacuation procedures, safety … Continue reading Pinnacle Propane After Action Meeting
Recently, our district became aware of a video circulating on social media, the topic of which was a youth bullying another youth. While not directly involved, one of our junior firefighters was on the scene. Below you will find the press release and statement from our district. Due to ongoing investigations, we will not be … Continue reading WFPD Press Release Feb 2020
Hello, everyone! Sam here with the next installment in the “What’s In/What’s On” Series! In this series, we are telling you about our gear, trucks, and volunteers in the Warsaw Fire Protection District so you can get to know more about our resources and capabilities. We have had an overwhelmingly positive response to the series … Continue reading What’s on P/T #01?
A huge thank you to Sheila Hagen CFRN for the Landing Zone Training presentation at our last meeting! We received positive feedback about the training from numerous agencies! As a followup to the presentation, here are some helpful links: Landing Zone Safety from LifeFlight Eagle NWAAR PowerPoint We will add more resources as they become … Continue reading Landing Zone Training Followup Information
Hello, everyone! Sam here with the next feature in our “What’s in/What’s on” series! First, I would like to thank volunteer firefighter John Powell. John spent two full hours during one of WFPD’s meeting/training nights walking me around Truck 17, telling me about items carried in and on the truck, and patiently answering my questions. … Continue reading What’s on Truck 17?