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Spotlight: Chaplain Ken McNaughton

Spotlight: Chaplain Ken McNaughton

Retired veteran firefighter Ken McNaughton has volunteered his time as SVFD Chaplain since May 2015. He and fellow Inland Northwest Fire Chaplains were recently recognized for the special services they provide to firefighters, their families and the communities they serve.

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Safety Tip: Smoking while using Medical Oxygen is a Deadly Mix

Safety Tip: Smoking while using Medical Oxygen is a Deadly Mix

In the communities we serve, a dangerous trend is emerging — the use of at-home medical oxygen by people who smoke. Already in 2018, our crews have responded to two apartment fires in units where the resident smoked and used at-home medical oxygen. One resident sustained severe burns and both residents required hospitalization.

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Open House at Station 6 set for June 9

Open House at Station 6 set for June 9

Join Us for FREE Family Fun! Our Edgecliff Fire Station #6 will be holding an Open House on Saturday, June 9 from 10 am – 2 pm.

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Home Fire Safety Campaign Receives Red Cross Heroes Award

Home Fire Safety Campaign Receives Red Cross Heroes Award

Spokane Valley Fire Department and Spokane Fire Department have been honored as 2018 Red Cross Heroes by the Greater Inland Northwest Chapter of the American Red Cross for our partnership with the Home Fire Safety Campaign.

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Change Your Clocks – Check Your Alarms on March 11

Change Your Clocks – Check Your Alarms on March 11

As you change your clocks one hour ahead to Daylight Savings time on March 11, take a few extra minutes to check both your smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms.

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