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Greetings,

ReedOn behalf of all of the dedicated men and women of the City of Westfield Fire Department I would like to thank you for taking the time to visit our website. As your provider of fire and emergency services it is our goal to provide a fast, professional, and caring service. We realize when it comes to emergency services you do not have a choice on who to call, so we understand and take seriously the need to not only meet but exceed your expectations.

Our organization is deeply connected to this community and our personnel are committed to making it a safer place to work, live and play. With Community Risk Reduction our number one priority, we continually strive to identify, prevent, and reduce all emergency incidents as well as prepare and educate our community for natural disasters. To that end I invite each of you to partner with us in order to protect and serve one another, ensuring that our community continues its collaborative nature ensuring all of our safety.

If we can ever be of assistance, please reach out to any of our team. Thank you again for visiting our website, take care and be safe. 

Yours in Service,

 

Marcus Reed

Fire Chief 

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Marcus Reed,
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17535 Dartown Rd
Westfield,  
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Westfield Fire Department

INTF-1 has received demobilization orders and will begin the process of returning to Indiana. An arrival date and time will be forthcoming. God Bless the residents of the Florida Panhandle as they continue the recovery process. ... See moreSee less

13 hours ago

Westfield Fire Department

Earlier today WFD units responded to a single vehicle rollover. One patient transported to hospital in stable condition. ... See moreSee less

Earlier today WFD units responded to a single vehicle rollover.  One patient transported to hospital in stable condition.Image attachment

 

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Terri Ramos Burke, this is probably what was going on when we went to eat

I bet it was

Praying they will recover! Thankful for all responders!

Where was this one at?

50% of home fire deaths occur between 11pm and 7am. This is a great video showing how simply closing your bedroom door can increase your survival chances during a fire.
#closebeforeyoudozeIn a house fire, are you safer sleeping with your bedroom doors open or closed? See the dramatic, life-saving difference a door can make. #CloseBeforeYouDoze...
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Motor vehicle collision with entrapment near 4500 W State RD 32. Road will be shut down for extended period of time. Please avoid the area. ... See moreSee less

Motor vehicle collision with entrapment near 4500 W State RD 32.  Road will be shut down for extended period of time. Please avoid the area.

 

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🙏🙏🏼🙏🏾🙏🏽🙏🏼

Prayers for all involved.

Prayers for everyone involved!!! ❤️🙏🏻❤️

Any update?

Update please?

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WFD Captain Jason Gunning is still in Florida. His team provided wide area searches throughout the day. ... See moreSee less

WFD Captain Jason Gunning is still in Florida. His team provided wide area searches throughout the day.

 

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Heros in action

We are proud of him ♡

Stay save my brother gunning

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Yeah buddy. Stay safe. Wait for yA on radio again

♥️♥️

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