Spring Storm

With the coming snow storm, please use caution if you have to go out during the snow. If you don’t have to go out, please stay home and allow the DPW to clear the roads.

Remember to TURN ON your headlights if you are out during the storm. This is not only a law but it also make it easier to identify that there is a vehicle nearby.

Stay safe, stay warm and remember to dial 911 in case of any emergencies!

Winter Storm Elsa

As of 2330 hours on March 7th, 2018, The TVFC has answered all pending calls for service in our district. Both of our stations remain staffed with personnel ready to answer any further emergency calls.

Downed wires and other hazardous areas are being secured and taped off using yellow or red tape. Please do not make any attempt to access these areas.

As a reminder, crews are still working to clear the roadways. Please use caution as you may encounter low hanging or down power lines along with low hanging or down trees and tree limbs.

For the duration of the storm, TVFC responded to 21 emergency incidents.

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Busy Drill Night

On Wednesday, February 28, 2018, members took time at drill to conduct their annual CPR refresher skills.  Members practiced performing CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and proper usage of an AED.  Members also received their annual Bloodborne pathogens training.

Once completed, members then conducted their quarterly SCBA skill sign offs and finished with weekly truck checks.

Firefighter practicing rescue breathing on infant mannequin

Firefighters practice chest compressions

Firefighter practicing live saving measures on infant mannequin

Bloodborne pathogens lecture