Archive Monthly Archives: September 2018

Seattle Fire Department Engine 2 and Ladder 4 Fire Response From Station 2

Seattle Fire Department Engine 2 and Ladder 4 being dispatched and responding to 1000 Aurora Avenue North at 1547 on 12/26/08. Engine 2 went on 3,501 runs during 2007, making it the busiest Engine company in the department. Ladder 4 went on 2,133 runs during 2007, making it the busiest Truck company in the department. My apologies for how shaky the video is after the companies leave the station (I guess I got a little excited!). Quartered in Station 2 are Engine 2, Ladder 4, Aid 2, Aid 82, and Safety 2.

Seattle Fire Department Ladder 4 Responding Jan. 2011

Seattle Fire Department NEW Ladder Response; Pierce tillered-ladder. Responding through Belltown Downtown Seattle at night. New LED Lights. 1/26/2011

Seattle Fire top 10 responses of 2017

2017 was a good year for response captures, with a few large fire responses plus the first captures of SFD’s Hazmat truck and Power & C02 unit.

Thanks to all my subscribers for your support, and happy new year to all!

Seattle Fire Department Annual Awards 2016

Each year, SFD members nominate their colleagues for their exemplary service and dedication. SFD partnered with the Seattle 4 Rotary Club to host this year’s Annual Awards Luncheon, allowing award recipients to be recognized by those they serve. Congratulations to all of the 2016 award recipients!

For a complete list of award winners, visit: http://fireline.seattle.gov/2017/05/11/seattle-fire-department-annual-awards-luncheon/

Aid 84 Seattle Fire Department

Videos of BLS ambulance Aid 84 of the Seattle fire department responding to calls. This is one of the few aid units in the city that are being dispatched to all medical calls in their areas. The aid units are all located on busy stations to avoid sending out an engine or ladder company. Even if the aid units are actually ambulances, they will almost never transport any one. Usually the aids will show up to check the situation and then ask for a transport ambulance which is often a private AMR ambulance. The Seattle Medic One program is a worldwide known EMS system. BTW: It says A88 on the rig but it was dispatched as A84.

Zusammenschnitt von Einsatzfahrten der Rettungseinheit Aid 84 der Feuerwehr Seattle. Aid units gibt es nur an den Wachen mit den meisten Einsätzen. Ziel ist es, nicht immer ein Löschfahrzeug bzw. eine Leiter zu medizinischen Notfällen schicken zu müssen und diese Einheiten für längere Zeit zu binden. Die Aid units fahren zum Einsatzort und erkunden die Lage. Sollte ein Transport nötig sein wird ein Rettungswagen eines privaten Unternehmens hinzugezogen. Auch wenn die Aid units an sich RTW sind, so wird mit diesen nur in absoluten Ausnahmefällen transportiert um das Fahrzeug nicht zu lange in den Einsatz zu binden. Das Medic One Programm der Feuerwehr Seattle ist ein weltweit bekanntes Rettungsdienstsystem.

by Dirk Steinhardt – http://www.rescue911.de – http://www.rescue-tube.com – Seattle, State of Washington, USA – 01.2012 – Filmed with a Sony HDR-CX700

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Seattle Fire Department – Ladder 9 Responding/Arriving

SFD ladder 9 responding and arriving on scene with engine 35 for alarms at a local apartment building.

September 17 2017

Port of Seattle Fire Department drills

D-shift and guests doing their thang.

Shot and edited with iPhone

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