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Discover Your Potential! Join the 2024 Young Women's Fire Academy! (Photo) - 04/08/24

The Young Women's Fire Academy offers a transformative experience for aspiring firefighters and young women eager to explore the dynamic world of emergency services. Tailored specifically for individuals between the ages of 14 and 19 residing in Oregon, our academy provides a comprehensive curriculum taught by local female firefighters. From mastering fire suppression techniques to honing leadership skills, our program is designed to foster an interactive, supportive, and inspiring atmosphere where participants can gain invaluable insights into the fire service industry. With a focus on empowerment and skill development, the Young Women's Fire Academy is more than a training ground—it's a pathway to personal and professional growth, equipping participants with the tools they need to succeed in any career path they choose.

Please ensure that all required documents are included and submitted by May 3rd, 2024 to be considered for acceptance into the Academy.

For more insight about the Young Women's Fire Academy and its mission, check out the article 'Blazing a Trail: Young Woman’s Drive Changes Fire Academy Rules' in the Lebanon Local. Link: www.lebanonlocalnews.com/blazing-a-trail-young-womans-drive-changes-fire-academy-rules

For updates and additional information about the Young Women's Fire Academy, please visit LebanonFireOregon.Gov or Facebook.com/LCYWFA.

Lebanon Firefighters Battle Second Blaze in Twenty-four Hours (Photo) - 04/05/24

Lebanon Oregon,

Lebanon firefighters battled their second structure fire in the last twenty-four hours late Friday afternoon April 5, 2024. The dispatch reports of smoke coming from a residence in the 100 block of S. 6th street. When the Battalion Chief arrived, he found a former Lebanon volunteer firefighter using a garden hose containing the fire to its room of origin. The IC radioed a working offensive fire as he finished his 360 walk around. The next arriving unit was a fire medic unit that forced open the door and did a quick sweep ensuring no occupants were trapped. When the first ladder truck arrived, they laid three hundred feet of supply line from a hydrant for additional water. Firefighters quickly went to work making their way to the seat of the fire, while other fire crews cut a hole in the roof to help ventilate the structure and preform a search for occupants. The IC radioed the blaze under control after approximately twenty minutes. Firefighters remained on scene an additional hour overhauling and investigating the blaze. Lebanon Fire Investigation Team (LFIT) was leading the investigation, and no injuries were reported. Unfortunately, the family’s cat didn’t make it out of the structure in time and the family will be displaced due to fire and smoke damage.

Lebanon Fire District responded with 19 personnel on one ladder truck, three engines, two ALS fire medic units, one heavy rescue and one rehab unit for firefighters. Three staff officers also responded. Lebanon Fire was assisted at the scene by Lebanon Police Department and PP&L, while Albany Fire Department assisted the district by covering the additional 911 calls. 

The Lebanon Fire District would like to remind residents of the importance of working smoke alarms. For assistance with smoke alarms in your home, contact our Fire & Life Safety Division at (541) 451-1901. Be safe.

Lebanon Firefighters Extinguish Fire in Mobile Home Park - 04/05/24

Lebanon Oregon,

Lebanon Firefighters responded to reports of a mobile home fire in the early morning hours of Friday April 5, 2024. The mobile home was in the 3800 block of Weirich drive, which is in a local mobile home park. When the first due ladder truck arrived, they found heavy smoke coming from the roof area. The Battalion Chief arrived and began a 360 degree walk around declaring a working fire as firefighters entered the home in an offensive fire attack mode. Firefighters encountered heavy smoke and quickly called for a positive pressure fan and horizontal ventilation helping clear the structure. Firefighters also performed a quick search for occupants as they made their way to the seat of the fire. On the IC’s 360 he noticed fire from an exterior wall that was near the location of a wood burning stove on the inside of structure. Additional firefighters arriving were able to quickly extinguish the exterior fire, while crews on the inside worked extinguishing the interior portion. Crews were on scene approximately two and half hours overhauling, removing residual smoke, and investigating. Lebanon’s Deputy Fire Marshal was on the scene investigating as crews cleared the area. No life threating injuries were reported, but one firefighter was evaluated after sticking a nail into their hand. Red cross is assisting the occupants as they have been displaced due to damage.

Lebanon Firefighters responded with 18 personnel on, one ladder truck, 3 engines, 2 ALS fire medic units, one water-tender, one rehab unit for firefighters and 3 staff officers. Lebanon was assisted at the scene by PP&L, while Sweet Home Fire and Ambulance District and Albany Fire Department covered the city’s additional 911’s.

The Lebanon Fire District would like to remind residents of the importance of working smoke alarms, smoke alarms alerted these occupants. Also, to follow safe home-heating instructions making sure that wood stoves are properly installed, inspected, and cared for. For assistance with smoke alarms in your home, contact our Fire & Life Safety Division at (541) 451-1901. Be safe. 

Lebanon Firefighters Make Aggressive Stop on Building Fire (Photo) - 03/28/24

Lebanon, OR

Lebanon Firefighters responded to a structure fire in the 3600 block of S. Santiam Hwy in the early evening hours of Wednesday March 28, 2024. The first due ladder truck arrived to find smoke coming from the attic of a duplex and radioed an offensive fire attack. Firefighters quickly went to work by making searches of the building with firefighters from the medic cutting a hole in the roof for ventilation. A next due engine laid 700 feet of 4” supply line to bring more water to the blaze. What made this fire dangerous for firefighters was its location due to the smoke laying low covering all 4 lanes of the busy HWY 20 while apparatus were working off the highway. The IC requested help from ODOT and Lebanon Police Department to assist with traffic control as additional firefighters arrived and during the operation to keep firefighters safe. The blaze was radioed under control within minutes of fire crews making their attack. Crews were on scene for two and half hours mopping up hotspots, clearing smoke and investigating the cause of the fire. The cause is under investigation by the Lebanon Fire investigation team (LFIT). No injuries were reported but the occupants from both residences have been displaced due to smoke and fire damage.

Lebanon Fire District responded with 19 personnel on one ladder truck, three engines, one heavy rescue, one ALS medic unit, one rehab unit for firefighters and 3 chief officers. Lebanon firefighters were assisted at the scene by ODOT, Lebanon Police Department and PP&L. Albany Fire Department supported Lebanon firefighters by covering additional 911 calls with one engine and one medic unit.

The Lebanon Fire District would like to remind residents of the importance of discarding cigarettes or smoking materials in proper receptacles and having working smoke alarms in place. For assistance with smoke alarms in your home, contact our Fire & Life Safety Division at (541) 451-1901. Be Safe Lebanon.

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