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On February 28th 2023 SMFR personal responded to a reported train derailment in the rear of the 7200 block of 16th Street East. The initial response consisted of 3 Engines, Hazmat Squad, Battalion and Hazmat Captain. 6 rail cars were found overturned. 5 cars were...
Retirement of Bobby Thayer
Congratulations to Training Chief Bobby Thayer on his retirement. After 33 with the fire service he served in almost every position and on every shift.
Retirement of Debbie Tuckerman
After 33 years with the the fire service, Debbie is retiring. Will miss her in the role of Executive Management Assistant.
Quick Stats: September 2022
Incidents and Calls Reported
Average response time (in minutes)
Value of Property Saved (YTD)
- Fire 3% 3%
- Rescue & EMS 58% 58%
- Hazard (No Fire) 8% 8%
- Service Call 9% 9%
- Good Intent 10% 10%
- False Alarm 12% 12%