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A beautiful day to do some extrication training. ... See moreSee less

Station 82 C crew training.

 

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Impressive! I’ve never seen a group move so fast! ❤️😂

This week our firefighters and paramedics will be at ProTeam Tactical Performance being evaluated using DARI Motion technology. This proactive approach gives our members a better understanding of their physical abilities to stay healthy and injury free. ... See moreSee less

This week our firefighters and paramedics will be at  ProTeam Tactical Performance being evaluated using DARI Motion technology. This proactive approach gives our members a better understanding of their physical abilities to stay healthy and injury free.

"Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them" Franklin D. Roosevelt ... See moreSee less

“Those who have long enjoyed such privileges as we enjoy forget in time that men have died to win them”  Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Sudden cardiac arrest is an emergency that requires a community-based response. Westfield Fire Department has partnered with Riverview Health and PulsePoint to improve survival from cardiac arrest.

Citizens who are trained in CPR can download the free PulsePoint application on their smartphone and be alerted by Hamilton County 911 Communications, simultaneously with WFD, when CPR is needed at a nearby public place. PulsePoint also directs the citizen rescuer to the exact location of the closest publicly accessible Automated External Defibrillator (AED). For information on CPR training, call (317) 804-3300.
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#emsweek2020

Sudden cardiac arrest is an emergency that requires a community-based response. Westfield Fire Department has partnered with Riverview Health and PulsePoint to improve survival from cardiac arrest.

Citizens who are trained in CPR can download the free PulsePoint application on their smartphone and be alerted by Hamilton County 911 Communications, simultaneously with WFD, when CPR is needed at a nearby public place. PulsePoint also directs the citizen rescuer to the exact location of the closest publicly accessible Automated External Defibrillator (AED). For information on CPR training, call (317) 804-3300.

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