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Firefighter Physical Agility Test - American Legion Field - 2-23-18 - 02/23/18

The City of Roseburg Fire Department will be conducting a physical agility test on February 23, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. The physical agility test will be for recent applicants who applied for a Firefighter position with the department. The physical agility test will take place at the American Legion Baseball Field which is located at the corner of Stewart Park Drive and Northwest Stewart Parkway. The test consists of several exercises which are simulations of actual tasks performed on the job. Firefighting involves extremely hard and skilled physical work, as well as handling emergency and life or death situations. Demanding physical standards are necessary because of the high level of physical fitness required by the job. The physical agility test is designed to test a person's physical strength, agility, and endurance and their ability to perform basic strenuous tasks that a professional firefighter must perform. Applicants must complete the tasks in the manner required as well as completing the tasks within a specific time allotment. For the latest information regarding the City of Roseburg Fire Department, please visit our website at or like us on Facebook at

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Residential Structure Fire - 106 NE Zeus Avenue - 2-4-18 (Photo) - 02/05/18

At 10:53 a.m. on February 4, 2017, Roseburg Fire Department personnel responded to a reported structure fire in a single-wide mobile home with a male occupant still inside the structure. A neighbor called 911 after seeing black smoke and flames coming from the structure. Firefighters arrived on scene to find the rear portion of the mobile home on fire and all occupants out of the structure.

Firefighters quickly extinguished the fire and were able to protect the surrounding mobile homes from damage. The fire was contained to the bedroom and bathroom located in the rear portion of the mobile home. The residence sustained fire and water damage. Three occupants were displaced and one cat was deceased. American Red Cross provided resources to the displaced residents.

Douglas County Fire District #2, Bay Cities Ambulance, Roseburg Police Department, Pacific Power, American Red Cross, and Avista Utilities assisted with the incident. A fire investigator was on scene and the exact cause of the fire is still under investigation.

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