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Working smoke alarms save lives. It is estimated that 65% of home fire deaths occur in homes that don't have a working smoke alarm. Learn more...
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Hear the BEEP where you SLEEP. Half of home fire deaths result from fires reported at night between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. when most people are asleep. Smoke alarms can alert people to a fire before it spreads, giving everyone enough time to get out safely. It is important to have working smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area, and on every level of the home, including the basement. Learn more...
Happy Birthday, Sacramento Fire Department! A quote from a yearbook published in 1925 describes the founding of the oldest fire department west of the Mississippi River: "The honor of having the first fire company in the state belongs to Sacramento. On February 5th, 1850, the first step was taken in the organization of Mutual Hook and Ladder Company No. 1. The company turned out to it's first fire on April 4th, 1850, using a fire engine belonging to Lewis and Bailey. They continued active service until October 30th, 1859, when they disbanded by mutual consent, turning over their apparatus to the rest of the fire department." Yesterday, we celebrated 166 years of continuous service to the citizens of Sacramento! Read Post
Dramatic helmet cam footage from last night's house fire on 21st Avenue in South Sacramento. Firefighters from Truck 6 searched through the home for victims before finding the fire at the rear of the house. Downed power lines added additional hazards to the fire fight. A neighbor, 14 year old Honor Student Christian Beecher from Sacramento High School, is credited with alerting the family of five to the fire and getting them out safely. Read Post
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The Sacramento Fire Department offers careers with benefits, varied work assignments, and unlimited opportunity. Most provide an opportunity that doesn’t tie you to a desk, but takes you into the community to meet people and resolve real world problems where you’ll see the tangible results of your efforts while building an insurmountable set of problem solving skills. Read more...
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