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New City Flag to Fly at Station #3

New City Flag to Fly at Station #3

The City of Liberty Lake’s newly-adopted Municipal Flag will soon be flying at Spokane Valley Fire Department’s Station #3, located in Liberty Lake. Fire Chief Collins served on the selection committee.

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From the Chief: Heart Healthy Habits

From the Chief: Heart Healthy Habits

February is “American Heart Month” and as such I thought it appropriate to discuss some of the things we do here at Spokane Valley Fire Department to encourage our employees to take care of their hearts and to lead healthy lives.

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Middle School Students Learn about Fire Service Careers

Middle School Students Learn about Fire Service Careers

Last week, 26 middle school students had the chance to try on firefighter gear and ask burning questions about what it’s like to be a Spokane Valley firefighter. Teams of off-duty firefighters spoke with students participating in the HUB 360 after-school program.

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EVENTS

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10mar9:00 am- 11:30 amFriends & Family CPR Class (Adult-Child-Morning)Class9:00 am - 11:30 am PST Training Center

10mar11:30 am- 2:00 pmFriends & Family CPR Class (Infant)Class11:30 am - 2:00 pm PST Training Center

10mar2:00 pm- 4:30 pmFriends & Family CPR Class (Adult-Child-Afternoon)Class2:00 pm - 4:30 pm PST Training Center

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Safety Tip

Safety Tip: Carbon Monoxide Alarms Save Lives

Carbon monoxide poisoning is believed to have killed two Coulee City, WA residents on February 12, 2018. A man and a woman were found dead inside their home in a trailer park, just after 7 pm. Investigators believe the two were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning from either a propane appliance or propane heater.

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Spotlight: Paramedic Travis Richardson

Spotlight: Paramedic Travis Richardson

On October 30, 2017, Richardson was off-duty coaching his son’s football team when a player collapsed on the sideline. Richardson quickly took off the player’s shirt and pads and began CPR while another coach administered the AED and a third man called 911. This team effort saved the young man’s life.

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