You may have noticed something a bit different about your local firefighters this week. That is because for the month of October, the Spring Fire Department’s distinctive Blue, Gold and Red patches have turned pink.
Spring Fire Chief Scott Seifert presented Spring resident Jose Elias Ortega with a Civilian Life Saving Award on Saturday, September 29.
Starting today, Spring residents who wish to have a Spring Fire Department firefighter check their smoke detector can go to SpringFD.org/smokedetectors to schedule a smoke alarm check-up.
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The Spring Fire Department now has set of French firefighting gear that is quite different from the bunker gear our firefighters use. The gear is a gift from the father of Spring firefighter Jeremie Bricout.
For several years now, the Spring Fire Department has offered CPR/AED classes a couple times a month for anyone who wants to learn how to save a life.
Spring Fire Department firefighters put the over two thousand dollars raised by their lip sync challenge video into buying toys for kids at Childrens’ Memorial Hermann Hospital.
Spring Fire Department Assistant Chief Robert Logan co-authored the Lavender Ribbon Report released at this month’s Fire-Rescue International Conference in Dallas, Texas.
Chosen to be one of seven departments featured from across the globe, a video highlighting the Spring Fire Department’s firefighter wellness programs is premiering at the 2018 Fire Rescue International (FRI) conference in Dallas.
At the beginning of August, Metis Tactical began assessing the physical fitness of all full-time Spring Fire Department firefighters using 3D modeling and core strength exercises.
The Spring Fire Department firetrucks are constantly running out to fires and rescues in the Texas heat, so it is no surprise that they can accumulate expensive repair needs. In an effort to save money while keeping the apparatus safe and well maintained, Spring Fire’s Emergency Vehicle Technician Red Haney does many in house repairs.
When most people see a firetruck they only think of the flashing lights and water hose, but Spring Fire Apparatus Maintenance Associate Brian Taylor thinks of all it takes to keep those trucks running.