A “Mayday” is initiated by a firefighter says “Mayday, Mayday, Mayday” over the radio.
Situations do not always go as planned. “When things go badly, we have to be very, very good,” said Spring Fire B-shift District Chief Chris vonWiesenthal. “When you’re a firefighter and must self-rescue from a second floor or higher, you have to do so in a survivable way.”
Spring Fire Department Congratulates Harris County ESD 7 President Bob Schmanski on his “Well-Deserved” Retirement
After nearly a decade of public service on the Harris County Emergency Services District No. 7 board, President Bob Schmanski is announcing his retirement.
The crew from PL Vulcan Fire Training Concepts are spending this week teaching their “Man versus Machine” course to the members of the Spring Fire rescue team.
Harris County Pets and Spring Fire Department Observe Chip Your Pet Month, Team Up to Host Free Pet Microchip and Vaccination Event on May 12
HOUSTON — Pet owners residing in unincorporated Harris County will have an opportunity to have their dogs or cats microchipped and vaccinated for free during a May 12 event hosted by Harris County Pets and Spring Fire Department.
On April 29, 1953, a group of citizens formed the Spring Volunteer Fire Department. So, it is appropriate that National Volunteer Week happens in April. This month we get to celebrate our founders and all those who have taken up their mantle.
2020 was very different year for the Spring Fire Department as your first responders stepped up to answer emergency calls amid a global pandemic. Today we honor those who went far and above to show their dedication to our community.
It was a late-night call that firefighters train for and the crew of Ladder 75 will not soon forget.
Training is a part of everyday life in a fire department and the Spring Fire Department takes that to the next level every day.
Serving Country and Community: Spring firefighters share memories from military service in honor of Veterans’ Day
Serving their community, putting their life on the line for others, selflessly going headfirst into dangerous situations. This is the job description for both firefighters and military personnel.
One year ago today just after three in the afternoon, Spring firefighters rescued several people trapped on the third floor of a Motel 6.
Instead of using fire engines for blocking traffic, the Spring Fire Department does things differently.