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PRESS RELEASE – November 13, 2018 The Menlo Park Fire District has acquired the “Firenado Truck” A survivor of the Carr Fire in Redding and plans to use it as a powerful public education and preparedness tool

November 13, 2018

Few things survived the power of the reported 143 mile per hour Firenado (Fire Tornado) that occurred during the Carr Fire that struck the City of Redding and Shasta County earlier this year. The aftermath of this apocalyptic event was captured by the Fire Districts UAS/Drone Team that provided high
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BREAKING NEWS – November 12, 2018 San Mateo County Fire Agencies and Firefighters deployed to the CAMP FIRE in Butte County - Update from the Fire Line

November 13, 2018

Menlo Park Fire District’s Deputy Chief Don Long, one of two Strike Team Leaders from Fire Agencies in San Mateo County, explains that they have small windows of opportunity to communicate with family and their home Agencies due to poor or no cell coverage. Chief Long and his assistant, Bat
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PRESS RELEASE - October 28, 2018 Menlo Park Fire Protection District – House Fire next door to Fire Station Quickly Extinguished

October 29, 2018

San Mateo County Public Safety Communications (PSC) received a report of smoke pouring out of a single story home on Chilco Street in Menlo Park, two doors away from Fire Station 77 at 12.22 pm Saturday, October 27, 2018. Firefighters at Station 77 located in the Belle Haven Area of Menlo Pa
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