Los departamentos de bomberos locales ayudarán después del huracán Dorian ~ Local fire departments to assist after Hurricane Dorian

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Los departamentos de bomberos locales ayudarán después del huracán Dorian

NOROESTE, Fla. – El Pensacola Fire Department (PDF) ha desplegado una compañía de motores preparada para ayudar con la recuperación del huracán Dorian. Una PFD Engine Company se ha desplegado en Starke, Florida, uniéndose a otros departamentos de la región, incluidos el Destin Fire Department, el Distrito de Control de Bomberos de North Bay, el Distrito de Bomberos de Midway, el Departamento de Bomberos de la Isla Okaloosa, el  North Bay Fire Control District, Midway Fire District, Okaloosa Island Fire Department, Walton County Fire Rescue, South Walton Fire District y Lynn Haven Fire Department.

La PFD Engine Company incluye un capitán, un teniente y dos bomberos, junto con 72 horas de suministros.

“El Pensacola Fire Department se enorgullece de poder ayudar a nuestros vecinos al proporcionar recursos que pueden salvar vidas durante su tiempo de necesidad,” dijo el Pensacola Fire Chief, Ginny Cranor. “Este es realmente un esfuerzo de equipo, con activos de todo el estado y los Estados Unidos uniendo fuerzas, y nos complace ser parte de ello. Hemos enviado una compañía de motores y un equipo muy preparados que están listos para ayudar donde sea que se necesiten.”

El despliegue del Pensacola Fire Department está programado para hasta 10 días, sujeto a cambios dependiendo del impacto de la tormenta y las necesidades del estado.

La Pensacola Engine Company está asignada a la Branch 3, que cubre la parte norte de la Florida. La Branch 3 también incluye el South Walton Fire District, Destin Fire Department and Lynn Haven Fire Department, junto con múltiples fuerzas de trabajo y equipos de ataque fuera del estado de Mississippi, New Jersey, Indiana, Nevada, Arizona y New York.

Local fire departments to assist after Hurricane Dorian

NORTHWEST, Fla. – The Pensacola Fire Department (PDF) has deployed an Engine Company prepared to assist with Hurricane Dorian recovery. A PFD Engine Company has deployed to Starke, Florida, joining other departments from the region including Destin Fire Department, North Bay Fire Control District, Midway Fire District, Okaloosa Island Fire Department, Walton County Fire Rescue, South Walton Fire District and Lynn Haven Fire Department.

The PFD Engine Company includes a captain, lieutenant and two firefighters, along with 72 hours of supplies.

“Pensacola Fire Department is proud to be able to assist our neighbors by providing potentially lifesaving resources during their time of need,” Pensacola Fire Chief Ginny Cranor said. “This is truly a team effort, with assets from throughout the state and the U.S. joining forces, and we are glad to be a part of it. We have sent a very prepared engine company and crew who are ready to help wherever they are needed.”

Pensacola Fire Department’s deployment is scheduled for up to 10 days, subject to change depending on the storm’s impact and the state’s needs.

The Pensacola Engine Company is assigned to Branch 3, which covers the northern part of Florida. Branch 3 also includes South Walton Fire District, Destin Fire Department and Lynn Haven Fire Department, along with multiple out-of-state task force and strike team assets from Mississippi, New Jersey, Indiana, Nevada, Arizona and New York.  

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