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Site Last Updated: 01/14/2018
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01/08/18: OCVFC announces the next of the Food & Grocery Auctions on January 18 -- The next of
our popular Food & Grocery Auctions will be on Thursday, January 18 at 6:30 PM. Presented by Bush
Auctions, proceeds benefit the OCVFC... click
HERE for more information!!
12/18/17: OCVFC Elects Line and Corporate Officers for 2018 -- The OCVFC held its annual elections
on Monday, December 18, with 33 members in attendance. The following are the Line and Corporate
Officers to serve in the coming year...
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In November 2017, the Oaks Corners Fire Company placed
into service our "newest" apparatus, Heavy Rescue 3271.
The vehicle is a 1997 Pierce Sabre, purchased from the
City of Geneva Fire Department. The truck carries a
variety of rescue tools, rehab equipment, cribbing,
hazardous materials incident supplies and fire police
equipment. We are grateful to inherit this apparatus from
our brothers and sisters of GFD!
OAKS CORNERS FIREFIGHTER USES
"PET-O2" OXYGEN SYSTEM ON FELINE AT
JUNIUS HOUSE FIRE
OAKS CORNERS FIREFIGHTER USES
"PET-O2" OXYGEN SYSTEM ON FELINE AT
JUNIUS HOUSE FIRE
On January 10, 2018 at 2:49 PM, OCFD was requested to the scene of a
house fire at 1229 Birdsey Road in the Town of Junius with a tanker and a
firefighter rehab crew. An OCFD engine company also responded to
stand by at the Junius fire station. During the incident, a pet cat that
resided in the home was located and brought to the rehab sector. The
cat was not alert and needed oxygen. OCFD EMS Lieutenant Jacob
DeChick (right) used the Pet O2 oxygen delivery system to administer
oxygen to the animal. In the process, the animal was doing much better
and was reunited with her family. We carry Pet O2 kits on all three trucks
that carry oxygen for EMS calls, and all three were graciously donated by
local animal lovers.
Photos taken by OCFD Fire Police Officer Mike Kohler.
Since posting this story on our Facebook page, it has been seen by more than 42,000 people nationwide
and "liked" over 1,200 times. This story has also made local and national news feeds.
Great work, Jake!
OCFD PLACES NEW HEAVY
RESCUE IN SERVICE
OCFD PLACES NEW HEAVY
RESCUE IN SERVICE
To learn more about
how OCFD received
this lifesaving
equipment, click
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