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Wed. Apr 23rd 2014
Truck on the Assist to Butler Twp.

During the evening the truck was dispatched for a reported structure fire in Butler Twp. Crews were already on  station ...

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Wed. Apr 23rd 2014
Truck on the Box to West Hazleton

During the early afternoon the truck was added to the box for a residential structure fire in West Hazleton Boro. First due e...

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Tue. Apr 22nd 2014
Truck on the Assist to PD

During the evening Freeland Police requested forcible entry at a residential property in the 700 block of Ridge St. The truck...

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Sat. Apr 19th 2014
HAPPY EASTER

Freeland Fire Department Officers and Members  would like to wish all our friends  Roman Catholic and Ort...

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Wed. Apr 16th 2014
Truck Dedication Announced

Truck 136 will be dedicated on Sunday, May 18, at 3:00 pm at the fire station. A full program, christening, and apparatus hou...

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Sun. Apr 13th 2014
TEMPORARY ROOF REPAIRS ON STATION ROOF

Today Freeland Fire Department personnel made temporary emergency roof  repairs (sealing) to the station roof ...

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Updated report: Residential Building Electrical Fires (2009-2011)
The U.S. Fire Administration has released an updated report on home electrical fires. From 2009-2011, an estimated 25,900 home electrical fires were reported to fire departments within the United States each year. These fires caused an estimated 280 deaths, 1,125 injuries and $1.1 billion in property loss. Home electrical fires resulted in greater dollar loss per fire than nonelectrical fires. Download the free report from our website at www.usfa.fema.gov


Theme for the 2014 Arson Awareness Week is announced
The theme for this year's Arson Awareness Week (May 4-10) is Vehicle Arson: A Combustible Crime. For more information and resources you can use to increase awareness about vehicle arson in your community, visit the U.S. Fire Administration's website at www.usfa.fema.gov/aaw/.


New resources for National Fire Incident Reporting System users
In support of National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) users, the U.S. Fire Administration is now publishing NFIRSGrams: short bulletins that provide coding help to fire department personnel using NFIRS. NFIRSGrams address frequently asked questions and common mistakes made when completing incident forms. Visit www.usfa.fema.gov/fireservice/nfirs/training/ for the latest NFIRSGram bulletins and to sign up to receive them through email.


Federal committee releases strategic plan to support emergency medical services nationwide
The Federal Interagency Committee on EMS (FICEMS) has reached consensus on a strategic plan that maps action steps for federal support of optimal emergency medical services (EMS) systems nationwide. The five-year plan provides a framework to synchronize interagency efforts and strengthen EMS practices, principles and strategies throughout the United States. Download the FICEMS Strategic Plan from the EMS.gov website at www.ems.gov/ficems/plan.htm


Recommendations for safer emergency vehicle and roadway incident response
Our latest study report, Emergency Vehicle Safety Initiative (2014), provides best practices and recommendations for safer emergency vehicle and roadway incident response. Topics covered include common crash causes and crash prevention, internal and external factors for improving response and roadway safety, vehicle design and maintenance, and regulating emergency vehicle response and roadway scene safety. Download this free report from the U.S. Fire Administration's website at www.usfa.fema.gov.


New report, training available on residential garage fires
A new report from USFA's National Fire Data Center shows that an estimated 6,600 residential building garage fires occur each year, causing 30 deaths, 400 injuries and $457 million in property loss. Fires originating in residential garages tend to be larger and spread farther than fires that start in other areas of a residence. Garages equipped with built-in protection help control fire and life safety risks. An accompanying Coffee Break training bulletin explains.


Research findings from NIOSH/USFA firefighter cancer study published
Mortality patterns and cancer incidence among a group of 29,993 U.S. career firefighters employed between 1950-2009 in the cities of San Francisco, Chicago and Philadelphia were examined. Cancers of the respiratory, digestive and urinary systems accounted mostly for the higher rates of cancer seen in the study population. The higher rates suggest that firefighters are more likely to develop those cancers. Visit our website to read more about the findings and to download the Occupational and Environmental Medicine peer-reviewed journal article.


Application period for 2013 Assistance to Firefighters Grants opens Monday, November 4
The application period for 2013 Assistance to Firefighters Grants opens Monday, November 4 and closes December 6, 2013. Start planning your grant application now by reviewing the Application Assistance Tools located on the AFG website. These tools were produced to help applicants begin to plan their grant applications ahead of the application period.


Updated topical reports explore characteristics of residential building fires
Two updated reports from the U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Data Center examine the characteristics of fires in one- and two-family and multifamily residential buildings for the period 2009-2011. Annually, an estimated 2,375 deaths, 12,775 injuries and 6.7 billion dollars in property loss result from fires in these building types.


Fire and EMS Department Operational Considerations and Guide for Active Shooter and Mass Casualty Incidents
This free guide from the U.S. Fire Administration is a fire and emergency medical services (EMS) resource that can be used to support planning and preparation for active shooter and mass casualty incidents.


U.S. Fire Administration releases annual report on firefighter fatalities
The U.S. Fire Administration announced today the release of the report Firefighter Fatalities in the United States in 2012. There were 81 on-duty firefighter fatalities as a result of incidents that occurred last year. The fatalities occurred in 31 states, one territory, and one overseas military facility. A record low number of firefighter deaths were caused by heart attacks (39) but deaths caused by vehicle crashes were back up with 18 firefighters killed as the result of 14 accidents, six involving POVs, six involving apparatus, and six from two incidents involving aircraft. Visit www.usfa.fema.gov to download this free report and previous reports back to 1986.


New Report: Multiple-fatality Fires in Residential Buildings (2009-2011)
From 2009 to 2011, an estimated 200 fires in residential buildings reported to United States fire departments resulted in multiple fatalities. These fires annually caused 740 deaths, 175 injuries and $34 million in property loss. The information in this report can be used not only to assess our progress in reducing fire fatalities but also to understand the nature of multiple-fatality incidents and implications for targeting of prevention programs.


New Topical Fire Report: Nonresidential Building Fires (2009-2011)
An estimated 86,500 nonresidential building fires were reported to U.S. fire departments each year and caused an estimated 85 deaths, 1,325 injuries, and $2.6 billion in property losses per year. Cooking was the leading cause of all nonresidential building fires (29 percent). Smoke alarms were not present in 52 percent of the larger, nonconfined fires in occupied nonresidential buildings. Storage buildings accounted for 29 percent of the fire deaths. Download our free report to learn more about the characteristics of nonresidential building fires.


New Report: Residential Building Fires (2009-2011)
An estimated 360,900 residential building fires were reported to U.S. fire departments each year and caused 2,495 deaths, 13,250 injuries and $7 billion in property losses. Cooking was the leading cause of these fires. Download our free report to learn more about the characteristics of residential building fires.


New Report: Fatal Fires in Residential Buildings (2009-2011)
An estimated 1,600 fatal fires in residential buildings occurred annually from 2009 to 2011. These fires resulted in an annual average of approximately 2,495 deaths, 625 injuries and $188 million in property loss. The information in this report can be used not only to assess our progress in reducing fire fatalities but also to understand the nature of the fatal fire problem and its implications for targeting of prevention programs.


Workshop Report: Changing Severity of Home Fires
On Dec. 11-12, 2012, in response to an invitation from the U.S. Fire Administration, 28 leading national organizations representing the fire service, fire researchers and other stakeholders in home fire safety came together at the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute in College Park, Md., to explore how changing building construction methods, materials and building contents are affecting the way fires grow and develop in today's homes. The report from this workshop is now available for download.


Emergency Medical Services Week Is May 19-25
In the spirit of this year's EMS Week theme - One Mission. One Team. - U.S. Fire Administrator Ernest Mitchell emphasizes the number one mission of the EMS team: take every measure to ensure your health and safety, not just for EMS week, but throughout the year.


Chief's Corner: Reflecting on the 40th Anniversary of America Burning
America Burning provided a pathway for a federal role in overcoming the American indifference to fire protection and prevention. It is safe to say that America Burning offered us all the highest moral motivations to make the United States a safer place to live and work.


Arson Awareness Week Is May 5-11
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) is pleased to announce the theme for the 2013 Arson Awareness Week: Reducing Residential Arson. The goal for this year's Arson Awareness Week is to provide all residents with strategies to combat arson in their neighborhoods. Tools and tips for the fire service and communities are available on the USFA's website at http://www.usfa.fema.gov/aaw/


New Report: Civilian Fire Fatalities in Residential Buildings
This topical fire report focuses on the characteristics of civilian fatalities from residential building fires for the period 2009-2011. Unintentional/careless actions (16 percent) and smoking (15 percent) were the leading causes of these fatal fires. Forty-five percent of civilian fatalities in residential building fires were between the ages of 40 and 69 and 13 percent of those killed were less than 10 years old.


New Report: Civilian Fire Injuries in Residential Buildings
This topical fire report focuses on the characteristics of civilian injuries from residential building fires for the period 2009-2011. Thirty-four percent of injuries resulted from trying to control a fire followed by attempting to escape (25 percent).


U.S. Fire Administration Releases Fire Estimate Summary Series
This series presents basic information on the size and status of the fire problem in the United States from 2007-2011 as depicted through data in the National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS).


New Report: Cooking Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010)
According to a new report from the U.S. Fire Administration, cooking remained the leading cause of all residential building fires and injuries for the period 2008-2010. The report, Cooking Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010), addresses the characteristics of these fires. An estimated average of 164,500 cooking fires in residential buildings occurred in the United States each year and resulted in an annual average of 110 deaths, 3,525 injuries and $309 million in property loss.


New Guide on Best Practices for Emergency Vehicle Visibility
The U.S. Fire Administration, supported by the National Institute of Justice, and in partnership with the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen's Association's (CVVFA) Emergency Responder Safety Institute, announces availability of a guide to help emergency services departments increase the visibility of emergency vehicles to motorists in order to keep responders safe during roadway operations.


US Home Fire Deaths Increase as Winter Sets In
While the winter fire months always bring a spike in home fires, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) says home fire deaths reported on by the news media are above those reported at this time last year. According to media reports, home fires have already claimed 148 lives this month, 24 more than reported during Jan. 1-16, 2012. Older adults (50 deaths) and children (28 deaths) have accounted for more than half of these deaths.


US Fire Administration Releases 2012 Firefighter Fatality Statistics
The U.S. Fire Administration announced today a provisional total of 83 on-duty firefighter fatalities in the United States as a result of incidents that occurred in 2012, the same number of firefighter losses as in 2011. The 83 fatalities were spread across 34 states. Pennsylvania and North Carolina experienced the highest number of fatalities with nine firefighter deaths each. New York had six firefighter deaths, including the most recent tragic shooting deaths of two firefighters in Webster. California and Texas, each with five firefighter deaths, were the only other states with five or more firefighter fatalities in 2012.


US Fire Administration Releases Highway Vehicle Fires Report
The U.S. Fire Administration issued a special report today examining the characteristics of highway vehicle fires in the United States from 2008-2010. Approximately one in seven fires responded to by fire departments across the nation is a highway vehicle fire. This does not include the tens of thousands of fire department responses to highway vehicle accident sites. Unintentional action (32 percent) was the leading cause of highway vehicle fires.


Chief's Corner: The Roles of Fire and EMS Personnel in Armed Attacks
Extraordinary efforts on the part of fire/rescue and EMS agencies have to be taken to protect first responders and achieve success in saving civilian lives when responding to scenes of violence. Deputy U.S. Fire Administrator Glenn Gaines offers universal steps to help ensure fire and EMS personnel are prepared to meet this unique and challenging threat.


US Fire Administration Announces Changes to the National Fire Academy's Executive Fire Officer Program Selection Criteria
U.S. Fire Administrator Ernest Mitchell today announced changes to the selection criteria for senior fire executives and other qualified officers applying to the National Fire Academy's (NFA) Executive Fire Officer Program (EFOP). These changes will be implemented over the next two years.


Application Procedures Announced for the Harvard Fire Executive Fellowship Program
Application procedures have been announced for the 2013 Harvard Fire Executive Fellowship Program. Senior fire executives who are selected will be awarded fellowships to attend Harvard's annual Program for Senior Executives in State and Local Government. The three-week program is conducted on the Harvard campus in Cambridge, Mass. Selected fellows are assigned to attend one of the two session dates: June 3-23, 2013 or July 8-26, 2013.


NFPA and the US Fire Administration Team Up to Put a Freeze on Winter Fires
While a warm home and a hot meal on a cold winter's day may conjure up thoughts of safety and security, the unfortunate reality is that winter is the leading time of year for home fires in the United States. Through a jointly sponsored initiative - Put a Freeze on Winter Fires - NFPA and USFA are working collaboratively to tell the public about ways to stay fire-safe this winter. The effort targets home heating and cooking, which represent the two leading causes of U.S. home fires. Both types of fires peak in the winter months.


Regional Wildland Fire Risk Analysis Reports Now Available
The three Regional Strategy Committees (RSC) of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy (Cohesive Strategy) have recently completed Risk Analysis Reports identifying strategies for addressing wildland fire management risk in their respective regions. The Risk Analysis Reports contain key elements that can be integrated into strategies for addressing the shared goals of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: resilient landscapes, fire-adapted communities and response to wildland fire. Each RSC is comprised of representatives from federal, state, local and tribal governments and non-governmental organizations with interests in wildland fire management.


US Fire Administration Releases Report on Intentionally Set Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010)
The U.S. Fire Administration issued a special report today examining the characteristics of intentionally set fires in residential buildings. An estimated 16,800 intentionally set fires in residential buildings occur annually in the U.S. These fires result in an estimated average of 280 deaths, 775 injuries and $593 million in property loss each year.


National Fire Academy Adds Two New Applied Research Courses to NFA Online
The U.S. Fire Administration's National Fire Academy (NFA) announces the availability of two new NFA Online courses: Data Gathering Instruments to Support Applied Research Projects (Q170) and Designing an Applied Research Project Proposal (Q171). Both courses are available to the public and will also support Executive Fire Officer Program (EFOP) students in their completion of Applied Research Projects (ARPs).


Kitchen Fires No. 1 in New Report
In recognition of Fire Prevention Week, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the U.S. Fire Administration are providing new statistics on fires in American homes and urging consumers to install smoke alarms in their homes and check to make sure all smoke alarms are working properly. It is also vitally important to develop and practice a family fire escape plan. The top cause of fires in the home is cooking equipment, accounting for an estimated 147,400 or 40 percent of residential fires each year between 2008 and 2010. Cooking was also associated with the largest percentage of fire-related injuries, an estimated average 27.4 percent or 3,450, in the home.


US Fire Administration Releases Report on Portable Heater Fires in Residential Buildings
A new USFA report, Portable Heater Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010), examines the characteristics and causes of these fires. While portable heating fires were small in number, the consequences were substantial, accounting for nearly half of all fatal heating fires in residential buildings. Many of these fires were preventable as human error - placing the heater too close to combustible items or leaving the heater unattended - was a contributing factor.


US Fire Administration Releases Report on Heating Fires in Residential Buildings
Fall begins this Saturday, and with it comes cooler temperatures and the resulting seasonal increase in the number of home heating fires. To help Americans understand the nature of the heating fire problem, the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) today issued a special report: Heating Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010). Heating is the second leading cause of all residential building fires. Home heating fires are preventable! USFA reminds everyone to maintain heating equipment and chimneys by having them cleaned and inspected annually by a qualified professional.


Hurricane Isaac Warning: Keep Generators Outside and Far Away from Homes
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the U.S. Fire Administration are warning consumers to be vigilant when using portable generators to deal with power outages after Hurricane Isaac. The exhaust from gasoline-powered generators contains high levels of poisonous carbon monoxide (CO) that can quickly incapacitate and kill within minutes. Generators should only be used outside, far away from homes. Never run a generator inside a house, basement, garage, shed or near windows or vents to your house or a neighbor's house.


USFA, IAFC Initiate Study on Reduction of Fire Service Risk Taking Behaviors
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) and the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) announce a partnership initiative to 1) identify individual and organizational behaviors that adversely impact firefighter health and safety and 2) develop strategies to mitigate them.


U.S. Fire Administration Releases New Report on Clothes Dryer Fires in Residential Buildings
The U.S. Fire Administration issued a special report today examining the characteristics of clothes dryer fires in residential buildings. The report, Clothes Dryer Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010), shows that failure to clean is the leading factor contributing to the ignition of these fires.


New Online Educational Program for EMS Medical Directors Announced
The U.S. Fire Administration, in partnership with the DHS Office of Health Affairs and the International Association of Fire Chiefs, announces the availability of a new online educational program for physician medical directors of local fire departments and agencies involved in emergency medical services (EMS) response. This web-based program for current and prospective EMS medical directors provides information in a conveniently accessible format to support key roles in the provision of EMS to communities.


U.S. Fire Administration Acknowledges the New Fire Service Ethics Statement
To provide guidance to address complex ethical questions, the National Society of Executive Fire Officers and Congressional Fire Services Institute jointly have released a firefighter code of ethics that can be adopted by local fire and emergency medical service organizations. In acknowledgement of the importance of this first of its kind fire service ethics statement, the U.S. Fire Administration has posted the statement throughout the National Fire Academy's (NFA) facilities and will now include the statement in all course materials distributed to NFA students.


USFA Announces 2011 Onduty Firefighter Deaths
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) announced today the release of the report Firefighter Fatalities in the United States in 2011. There were 83 onduty firefighter fatalities in the United States as a result of incidents that occurred in 2011. This represents a continuing decline in the overall number of firefighter fatality deaths in recent years and an almost five percent decrease from the 87 fatalities reported for 2010. When analyzing the overall trend in the United States going back to 1977, accounting for the Hometown Heroes added to totals since the law changed in 2004, the 2011 total represents the lowest year of record for the second year in a row.


USFA Releases Report on Fire Service Operations during the April 2011 Southeastern Tornados
The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) has completed a review of fire service operations surrounding the challenges faced in April 2011 as fire departments in the southeastern United States responded to a significant weather event.


USFA and the Office of Health Affairs Release Operational Templates and Guidance for EMS Mass Care Incident Deployment
The U.S. Fire Administration, supported by the DHS Office of Health Affairs and the National Emergency Medical Services Management Association, announces the release of a new guide for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) providers: Operational Templates and Guidance for EMS Mass Care Incident Deployment. The guide is intended to provide information to local-level EMS and fire departments on the development and enhancement of the organization and preparedness for mass care incidents, including natural and man-made disasters, large gathering and pandemic events, and other emergencies potentially resulting in large numbers of patients.


USFA Releases Smoking-Related Fires in Residential Buildings Report
The U.S. Fire Administration issued a special report today examining the characteristics of smoking-related fires in residential buildings. The report, Smoking-Related Fires in Residential Buildings (2008-2010), was developed by USFA's National Fire Data Center. According to the report, an estimated 7,600 smoking-related fires in residential buildings occur annually in the United States, resulting in an estimated average of 365 deaths, 925 injuries, and $326 million in property loss.





Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Prevent carbon monoxide poisoning

 


Burning any fuel produces carbon monoxide. This means any fuel-burning appliance in your home is a potential source. Poisoning comes from inhaling enough of the gas that it replaces oxygen in the blood.

 

Gas central heating, space heaters, fireplaces, furnaces, wood burning stoves, and water heaters are all leading sources of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide can escape if these devices leak or are poorly vented. Exhaust from a car parked in a closed garage can also be a source.

The Carbon Monoxide and Gas Safety Society says that on average, carbon monoxide poisoning kills 40 people a year and injures around 300. But it believes cases are under reported as there is no automatic testing for CO of people who die suddenly.

Symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning

The initial symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning are similar to the flu but without fever. They include:

  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Irregular breathing.
 

If you have any of these symptoms -- and if you feel better when you go outside your home but the symptoms reappear once you're back inside -- you may have carbon monoxide poisoning.


If carbon monoxide poisoning is known or suspected:

  • Get out of the building or car where the carbon monoxide is present.
  • Keep still. (This will conserve oxygen in the blood, which is already at a low level because carbon monoxide has partially replaced it.)
  • It is important that you get treated right away. At the hospital, you will probably get oxygen therapy through a mask.

Call 911 immediately!!!!

 

Tips for preventing carbon monoxide poisoning

 

  • Install at least one smoke alarm and carbon monoxide alarm on every level of your home and near bedrooms. The alarm should meet the latest Underwriters Laboratories (UL) safety standard and comply with local regulations for placement in the home.
  • Call a certified professional to inspect, clean, and tune up the central heating system and repair leaks.
  • Monitor appliances, chimneys, and vents for visible soot, rust, stains, blockage, or corrosion. Also have them inspected each year. When in use, make sure they vent properly to allow gas to escape from enclosed areas. Don't close the fireplace or damper before the fire is completely out.
  • Open flues when fireplaces are in use.
  • Hire a professional to clean your chimney at least once a year.
  • Make sure wood burning stoves comply with local regulations and meet current EPA emissions standards.
  • Burn only wood and be sure the wood stove is placed on an approved stove board to protect the floor from heat and embers.
  • Never use generators indoors or in crawl spaces.
  • Use proper fuel in space heaters.
  • Use space heaters in well-ventilated areas.
  • Don't use a gas kitchen oven to heat your home. Keep gas appliances properly adjusted and serviced.
  • Don't burn charcoal or use a grill indoors.
  • Don't use paint remover that has methylene chloride in it, especially when children are around. (Methylene chloride converts to carbon monoxide in the body.)

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1980 Seagrave 100 ft. Aerial  Low Profile

Completely Refurbished in 2005

Currently in service

Detroit 8v71 Diesel Engine Automatic Allision  HT 740D Transmission

1250 Waterous Single Stage Pump

150 Gallon Water Tank

Recent Aerial test completed September 2013

On Spot Chains 

4 - Riding Positions

Equipment included:

Ground Ladders - 40', 35", 14'
Straight Ladders - 20', 16', 14'
Folding Ladder 10'

5 Fixed 500 watt scene lighting
250 ft. cord reels off each side

Onan Diesel Generator 6kw

 Contact Freeland Fire Chief Joseph Stepansky at 570-636-3244 or 570-233-0857


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