We have a lot of new stuff surfacing and one thing big news item is the collaboration with @firereviews and @businessandthebadge 🔥🔥🔥 we’re here to bring a lot more content that’ll add to the products and people we are interviewing. More stuff to come!!
Got this sweet new wallet from @recycledfirefighter it is made from rejected combat boot leather. He also makes them from recycled fire hoses. No more bulky wallet. Check out his site and see for yourself his awesome products. #firefighter#firstresponders
GUESS WHAT?! We are going to host a FREE Glock cleaning seminar on January 31st at 6:30 with our awesome gunsmith, Derek! (@blackstone.gunsmith)
There will be more details to come!
DID YOU KNOW🤔
Police agencies prefer Glock pistols due to their durability and dependability. It holds up to extensive firing without jamming and requires minimum maintenance! 👍
On December 18th, 2017 at approximately 09:30 the Little Rocky Hill Volunteer Fire Company, along with Griggstown and Franklin Park fire companies, were dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Crash with injury. The accident occurred in the area of the Griggstown Causeway and River Road. LRH Firefighter/EMT Jessica Klein was en route to work when the accident occurred just prior to her turning onto the bridge. Jessica approached the accident scene and identified 1 male Patient who was unconscious and unresponsive from outside the vehicle. Jessica directed a bystander to flag down her partner, EMT Jacob Radcliffe, who was a few vehicles back. Jessica and Jacob gained access to the vehicle, identified possible injuries, and used equipment from a personal jump kit to stabilize the Patient and maintain an airway. Upon a reassessment, the Patient had no pulse and was not breathing. Jacob and Jessica rapidly extricated the Patient from the vehicle with the assistance of a few bystanders and initiated CPR. Police arrived after several minutes with an AED that was used to administer 2 shocks. Engine 35, Rescue 41, Car 41, and EMS arrived. Griggstown Firefighters, Joe Basca and Nick Carro assisted with gathering equipment and Patient care as well. Before EMS taking over and transporting the patient, he had regained a pulse. **UPDATE** The patient reached out to us through the Police Department to express his gratitude and thank everyone involved. He has been moved out of ICU and continues to recover. We wish him all the best.
Jessica, Jacob, Joe Basca and Nick Carro were recognized for their efforts and presented with awards from the Fire Commissioners of District 2. Jessica was also awarded the Lifesaving Medal.
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