Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue

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Operating as usual

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARINES!
11/10/2020

HAPPY BIRTHDAY MARINES!

Some reminders on what to do if the fire alarm activates in your apartment building.
11/09/2020

Some reminders on what to do if the fire alarm activates in your apartment building.

Carrollton, TX - City Government
11/06/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

Each year, more than 350,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur in the US. CPR, especially if performed in the first few minutes of cardiac arrest, can double or triple a person’s chance of survival. CPR/AED virtual classes are being offered this fall by Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue. Sign up today under 'virtual programs’ at cityofcarrollton.com/signupnow.

Great Job Fire Station 6!
11/06/2020

Great Job Fire Station 6!

Carrollton Station 6 is the new leader of THR Plano's STEMI Wall of Fame. Led by Firefighter/Paramedic Alex Brown, Carrollton Fire Rescue posted an impressive "First Medical Contact to Balloon" time of 48 minutes. This beats Carrollton's previous record of 52 minutes. Texas Health Plano VP Amanda Thrash (left) presented the crew with the STEMI Challenge Coin. Heart and Vascular Director Claire Lick (far right) and coordinator Tammy Gilliam presented framed Feedback notifications to hang in the fire station. "Our EMS partners are a crucial part of our care team," Claire said. "They are often the first contact with STEMI patients and their quick actions and excellent care make a major impact on patient outcomes."

Carrollton Fire Rescue Medical Director Dr. Justin Northeim said implementing a system-wide data share program has created a some competition among their departments. "Working to establish a 5-minute patient contact to 12 lead has led to earlier recognition of a STEMI, and therefore we are able to activate from the field quicker," Dr. Northeim said. "This leads to a fast patient contact to balloon time and a better outcome for the citizens in our community we serve. It is critical to have this relationship with Texas Health Plano." Shown, receiving the award are firefighter/paramedic Alex Brown and EMS Chief Chad Leavitt.

11/05/2020

Sub-Apparatus Operator Paramedic Ken Fredrickson’s retirement ceremony.

Congratulations to Sub-Apparatus Operator Paramedic Ken Fredrickson on his retirement from Carrollton Fire Rescue.  Ken ...
11/05/2020

Congratulations to Sub-Apparatus Operator Paramedic Ken Fredrickson on his retirement from Carrollton Fire Rescue.
Ken served 33 years with CFR! (1987-2020)
Thank you for your service!

Units at a working fire in the 1800 Blk of Parker Rd.  Fire Under Control.  The fire sprinkler system kept the fire in c...
11/03/2020

Units at a working fire in the 1800 Blk of Parker Rd. Fire Under Control. The fire sprinkler system kept the fire in check prior to fire units arriving.

Please follow electrical safety rules around HOT TUBS.  Also please keep HOT TUBS COVERED when not in use to help preven...
11/02/2020

Please follow electrical safety rules around HOT TUBS. Also please keep HOT TUBS COVERED when not in use to help prevent children from falling into them.

Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue's cover photo
10/29/2020

Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue's cover photo

10/29/2020
Test your child’s knowledge of smoke alarms by having them fill in the word blank below.
10/28/2020

Test your child’s knowledge of smoke alarms by having them fill in the word blank below.

Let's all remember to watch the stove and keep a lid near by when cooking on a stove top.
10/27/2020

Let's all remember to watch the stove and keep a lid near by when cooking on a stove top.

Give those pots your full attention. A small flame can become a major fire in the time it takes to post: Burned dinner… again 🔥🍔😖

10/26/2020

This week is NATIONAL RED RIBBON WEEK!
BE DRUG FREE!

CFR HAD A GREAT TIME HANDING OUT CANDY DURING GHOST TOWN IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CARROLLTON!
10/26/2020

CFR HAD A GREAT TIME HANDING OUT CANDY DURING GHOST TOWN IN HISTORIC DOWNTOWN CARROLLTON!

Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue's cover photo
10/23/2020

Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue's cover photo

We are being blessed with some much needed rain!Please be safe driving.  Because we have not had a heavy rain in over a ...
10/23/2020

We are being blessed with some much needed rain!
Please be safe driving. Because we have not had a heavy rain in over a month, our roads are extra slick due a lot of oil that has built up on the roads.

Please keep the family, friends and the Houston Fire Department in your thoughts and prayers for their loss of fallen Ho...
10/21/2020

Please keep the family, friends and the Houston Fire Department in your thoughts and prayers for their loss of fallen Houston Fire Department's Arson Investigator, Lemuel Bruce.

Memorial Services for HFD Arson Investigator Lemuel "DJ" Bruce

Houston Fire Department Arson Investigator Lemuel "DJ" Bruce passed away in the Line of Duty on October 16th.

Memorial Services will be held on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at Lakewood Church, 3700 Southwest Freeway.

The March will begin at 10 a.m. and Memorial Services will begin at 11 a.m.

Masks will be required.

A pool feed of the service will be provided for media. For more details, please contact the Houston Professional Fire Fighters Association. Please, watch for forthcoming updates on the march, parking and other details.

Please, continue to keep the family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

Carrollton, TX - City Government
10/21/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

The City will be celebrating our nation's heroes with a 15-minute Veterans Day Fireworks Display on Wednesday, November 11 at 7 pm over Veterans Memorial Plaza at Josey Ranch Lake. To ensure safe social distancing, there will be no public access or onsite event.

Residents are encouraged to watch from their homes if possible and avoid gathering in large groups. Social distance from those not in your household by remaining at least six feet away from others, even when outdoors. Details
https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3973/27

Congratulations to Jared Hall for his promotion to Sub-Appartus Operator!
10/20/2020

Congratulations to Jared Hall for his promotion to Sub-Appartus Operator!

Congratulations to Justin Haisten on his promotion to the rank of Apparatus Operator!
10/20/2020

Congratulations to Justin Haisten on his promotion to the rank of Apparatus Operator!

Fire Station 6 doing search and rescue training by following the fire hose to a building exit.
10/20/2020

Fire Station 6 doing search and rescue training by following the fire hose to a building exit.

10/20/2020
KTXS Television

Use a lid Not water on a grease fire!

DON't THROW WATER ON GREASE FIRE: "Sarnia Fire Rescue Services wanted to demonstrate why you should NEVER throw water on a grease fire! Always “look while you cook” but if your cooking oil ever catches on fire safely put on a tight-fitting lid or cookie sheet, turn off the heat and let it completely cool." - Sarnia Fire Rescue https://bit.ly/2RS4cUt

Carrollton Police and Carrollton Fire Rescue join up to teach Fire and Life Safety at Spanish School House!
10/16/2020

Carrollton Police and Carrollton Fire Rescue join up to teach Fire and Life Safety at Spanish School House!

Running/Walking against traffic helps us see approaching vehicles. This gives us more time to get out of the way if a ve...
10/15/2020

Running/Walking against traffic helps us see approaching vehicles. This gives us more time to get out of the way if a vehicle is approaching us too closely.

CPD and CFR are teaming up to deliver life safety messages and community outreach!Great teamwork!🚓🚑🚔🚑🚒🚒🚑🚔🚔🚓🚓🚑🚑🚒🚒🚓🚓🚓
10/14/2020

CPD and CFR are teaming up to deliver life safety messages and community outreach!
Great teamwork!🚓🚑🚔🚑🚒🚒🚑🚔🚔🚓🚓🚑🚑🚒🚒🚓🚓🚓

Carrollton, TX - City Government
10/14/2020

Carrollton, TX - City Government

At last night’s Council Meeting, Mayor Kevin Falconer, Deputy Mayor Pro Tem Pat Cochran, and State Representative Julie Johnson gave a presentation and proclamation celebrating the life and service of Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Captain Lee Holbert, who passed away on Sunday, September 13 from a medical emergency. Holbert’s wife and daughter were on hand to accept the proclamation.

Congratulations to Sub-Apparatus Operator/Paramedic Andy Hendrickson for his retirement from Carrollton Fire Rescue.  An...
10/13/2020

Congratulations to Sub-Apparatus Operator/Paramedic Andy Hendrickson for his retirement from Carrollton Fire Rescue.
Andy was a member of CFR's Technical Rescue and Tactical Medic teams. Andy also serve on CFR's Wellness Fitness Committee. Thank you for your service, Andy!

10/09/2020

Let's all remember to:
Test our smoke alarms weekly
Keep a lid near by when frying foods
Keep matches away from children
In case of a fire, get out and stay out!

CFR had a great time teaching fire safety to the wonderful students of Primrose School of West Carrollton!Thank you for ...
10/08/2020

CFR had a great time teaching fire safety to the wonderful students of Primrose School of West Carrollton!
Thank you for inviting us!
Also thank you for the care packages full of snacks and drinks and for making us a cool poster!!

Thank you to Fireman Lynn for coming to visit us today! We learned all about fire safety. We talked about what a smoke detector was and what to do if the alarm goes off. We learned that we should not open a door before we check the door handle to make sure it is not hot. We also practiced how to STOP! DROP! AND ROLL! You might have some Jr. Firemen at your homes tonight checking for smoke detectors!
We sent fireman Lynn off with some spicy treats that are perfect for all firefighters!❤️🥵🔥

Thanks for stopping by to learn how fire fighters are community helpers!
10/07/2020

Thanks for stopping by to learn how fire fighters are community helpers!

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1111 W. Belt Line Rd. #100
Carrollton, TX
75006

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Kindergartner Jacob from McCoy Elementary decided to be a Firefighter for Dress As a Community Helper Day! Thank you for your service and being amazing community helpers! 🧑🏼‍🚒❤️👏🏽
Jeff says he’s thinking about all of his brothers today. #weremember
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1900 block Kensington Drive. Thank you all for your hard work on this terrible tragic event❤️
Thank you guys for all your hard work! 1900 block Kensington Drive
I can't thank you guys enough for being so awesome! You transported my dad to the hospital tonight. You were wonderful with him and so very kind to me. Thank you! Thank you! Please stay safe out there.
A huge shout out to the Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue! You saved the day! My dog was stuck in its food dispenser and couldn’t get air and they were able to remove the dispenser and saved our dogs life! Thank-you! Thank-you! Thank-you! Your kindness and quick response is more than appreciated!!
“Thank you Fire Truck”!! Thanks guys for taking the time to make his day...even if he was acting shy. 116/118
Thanks for coming out yesterday to make sure my house was safe from the gas smell! You guys were great!
To the men and women of the Carrollton Fire Department, who have worked in North Carrollton this Christmas Day...may the God of your choice bless you and yours. We have heard your sirens going ALL day. I pray that every call turned out to be minor, and all involved were ultimately safe and sound because of your diligence. Merry Christmas and have a save and Happy New Year!
Hi, as a Community Outreach Specialist at Life Line Screening, The Nation's leading provider in preventative healthcare, I wanted to let the community know about the Stroke and Vascular Disease Prevention screenings we are having in the community for seniors! Below is a link to our event taking place at Heartland Church on Monday, January 27th. https://www.facebook.com/events/387275552220502/
Pack 900, Circle 10 BSA Lion den (kindergarten) had an amazing time tonight learning about community helpers & fire safety! Thanks for visiting with us Station #6!