Young progressive Fire Chiefs such as Fire Chief Jason Robitaille from Calaveras Consolidated Fire in the foothills of the Sierra Mountains in Central California continue to have many challenges as a combination department such as staffing, with recent cuts, he has to find more volunteers in an area with many challenges both in the mountains and on the waterways. As he continues to find manpower, he continues to look for equipment to save lives. With so many dangerous waterways of lakes, streams and rivers, today he has his crew check out a vehicle like no other, fast, agile and can quickly go from land to water, this vehicle can save lives.
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Established in 1866, the San Francisco Fire Department is rich in tradition and history. From the Great Earthquake and Fire of 1906 to the Loma Prieta Earthquake of 1989, the Department has grown to meet the many challenges along the way. This department serves an estimated 1.5 million people, providing fire suppression and emergency medical services to the residents, visitors and workers within San Francisco's 49 square miles. www.sf-fire.org
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Established in 1877, the Fresno Fire Department is one of the oldest departments in the United States, rich in history and tradition. Today, the department strives to be an innovative and progressive organization in order to meet the changing demands of the city and the fire districts, which the department provides service to. www.FresnoFire.gov
The Calaveras Consolidated Fire Protection District (Cal-Co Fire) was formed on July 1, 2013 through a Joint Power Agreement between Jenny Lind and Foothill Fire Protection Districts. Cal-Co Fire covers roughly a 163 square mile area in the western portion of Calaveras County. www.CalCo.org
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