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Even on busy days and in between calls, our firefighters always make an effort to connect with our youngest citizens. There were smiles all around at the Mel Korum YMCA Summer Camp with Engine 72. β˜€οΈπŸš’

Even on busy days and in between calls, our firefighters always make an effort to connect with our youngest citizens. There were smiles all around at the Mel Korum YMCA Summer Camp with Engine 72. β˜€οΈπŸš’

A huge thank you to The Soup Ladies, who fed the crews from Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, South Pierce Fire and Rescue, East Pierce Fire & Rescue, and Browns Point Fire Department at the 129th fire in Graham last week. The members of this nonprofit organization have a heart of gold, and our... first responders are so grateful for them! ❀

A huge thank you to The Soup Ladies, who fed the crews from Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, South Pierce Fire and Rescue, East Pierce Fire & Rescue, and Browns Point Fire Department at the 129th fire in Graham last week. The members of this nonprofit organization have a heart of gold, and our... first responders are so grateful for them! ❀

Willow the Weimy is here to share an important message for National Pet Fire Safety Day! πŸ”₯

🐾 Curious and clumsy pets cause an average of 750 home fires per year.
🐾 Keep candles and other open flames away from where wagging tails and rambunctious paws can’t knock them ...over.
🐾 Exposed wires can easily become a chew toy for mischievous doggos and kittens, make sure they’re secured and out of reach from your pets.
🐾 Sadly, about 40,000 pets die in home fires each year.
🐾 Include your pet in your home fire escape plan.
🐾 Know where your pet likes to hide when they get scared and how to get them out of that spot quickly.
🐾 Ensure that your pet is wearing a collar and is microchipped so you can easily locate a lost pet that escapes during a fire.

During a fire, your first priority should always be to escape the home quickly. If you’re unable to locate your pet quickly, leave your door open and call for them once you are outside and a safe distance away from the fire. When firefighters arrive, inform them that your pet is still inside so they can continue to look for your pet.

It’s National Pet Fire Safety Day! Willow the Weimy is here with an important pet fire safety message πŸ”₯🐾

Central Pierce Fire & Rescue, Graham Fire & Rescue, and Orting Valley Fire & Rescue are currently deploying response units and a strike team leader to the Donkey fire near Pe Ell, WA.

Strong work crews! πŸ’ͺπŸ”₯

Central Pierce Fire & Rescue and Orting Valley Fire and Rescue crews are currently on scene of a fire at Recycling Resources on 131st St Ct/ Canyon Road. There are no injuries and the cause is unknown.

This is a significant amount of smoke in this area. For your safety, please avoid ...exposure to the smoke by rolling up your windows as you pass and turning off your vehicle’s air conditioning system. If you are in the vicinity, try to stay indoors and keep all doors and windows closed.

The fire is currently under control.

Central Pierce Fire & Rescue and Orting Valley Fire and Rescue crews are currently on scene of a fire at Recycling Resources on 131st St Ct/ Canyon Road. There are no injuries and the cause is unknown.

This is a significant amount of smoke in this area. For your safety, please avoid ...exposure to the smoke by rolling up your windows as you pass and turning off your vehicle’s air conditioning system. If you are in the vicinity, try to stay indoors and keep all doors and windows closed.

The fire is currently under control.

Are you planning to visit a lake, river, pool, or the Puget Sound to cool off these upcoming weeks? If so, keep these water safety tips in mind πŸ’¦β˜€οΈ

πŸ›Ÿ Always swim with a buddy.
πŸ›Ÿ Wear a life jacket when boating or participating in water sports.
πŸ›Ÿ Never leave children... unattended near water.
πŸ›Ÿ Stay hydrated and avoid excessive alcohol consumption.
πŸ›Ÿ Be cautious of strong currents, obstructions, or unfamiliar bodies of water.
πŸ›Ÿ Learn CPR - you could save a life!

🌈 If your kids are swimming, having them wear bright-colored swimsuits makes them more visible in the water, keeping them safer and easier to spot from a distance!

Are you planning to visit a lake, river, pool, or the Puget Sound to cool off these upcoming weeks? If so, keep these water safety tips in mind πŸ’¦β˜€οΈ

πŸ›Ÿ Always swim with a buddy.
πŸ›Ÿ Wear a life jacket when boating or participating in water sports.
πŸ›Ÿ Never leave children... unattended near water.
πŸ›Ÿ Stay hydrated and avoid excessive alcohol consumption.
πŸ›Ÿ Be cautious of strong currents, obstructions, or unfamiliar bodies of water.
πŸ›Ÿ Learn CPR - you could save a life!

🌈 If your kids are swimming, having them wear bright-colored swimsuits makes them more visible in the water, keeping them safer and easier to spot from a distance!

Our crews had the pleasure of joining in several annual holiday bike parades last weekend. πŸ’₯🚲

Thank you to the @sunrisemasterassociation and the Manorwood Community for including us in this fun tradition!