Cy-Fair FD Station 5

Cy-Fair FD Station 5 Welcome to the official page for Cy-Fair FD Station #5. This station houses Engine 5, Rescue 5, and Medic 5.
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Operating as usual

Engine 5 had a very active 24 hour shift
01/18/2021

Engine 5 had a very active 24 hour shift

Crews respond to a 2-alarm apartment fire in the 6400 block of York Meadows Sunday evening in Houston.

Crews reported fire and smoke from the roof of a residential apartment building upon arrival. Eight apartment units were affected.

Two adults suffered smoke inhalation and were evaluated by Cy-Fair FD EMS on-scene. One firefighter was also injured after a fall and was evaluated on-scene. No one was transported.

The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office is on-scene investigating. We are working with the American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast to assist the displaced residents.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD
#hounews #cyfairfd #houstontx

For the 3rd time in 3 days Rescue 5 responded to a motor vehicle collision with entrapment.This time Rescue 5 assisted C...
01/11/2021

For the 3rd time in 3 days Rescue 5 responded to a motor vehicle collision with entrapment.

This time Rescue 5 assisted Cy-Fair FD Station 6 with the extrication and patient care of 2 patients.

Photo Credit: Firefighter P. Martins

Earlier this morning Rescue 5 made its second Motor Vehicle Collision with entrapment in less than 24 hours. Rescue 5’s ...
01/09/2021

Earlier this morning Rescue 5 made its second Motor Vehicle Collision with entrapment in less than 24 hours.

Rescue 5’s assisted Cy-Fair FD Station 11’s crew which first made location along with District Chief #3

Cy-Fair Fire Department
01/08/2021

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Crews are respond to a major accident with ejection in the 6200 block of Brittmoore Rd. Friday in Houston.

Two adult males were reportedly ejected from a vehicle. Cy-Fair FD EMS treated both on-scene and both were transported by Memorial Hermann Life Flight in critical condition.

A third patient was transported in stable condition. The Harris County Sheriff's Office is on-scene investigating this incident.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD #hounews #cyfairfd #houstontx

Cyfair Medic 5’s C Shift crew had plenty of company while clearing from the hospital.Our EMS crews are working hard day ...
01/06/2021

Cyfair Medic 5’s C Shift crew had plenty of company while clearing from the hospital.

Our EMS crews are working hard day and night to provide the best patient care possible and this picture serves as a testament to their endless hard work!

Photo Credit: EMS Lieutenant E. Garcia

Cy-Fair Fire Department
01/01/2021

Cy-Fair Fire Department

HAPPY NEW YEAR, 2021!
Cy-Fair Fire Department crews provide fire standby for the Bridgeland New Year’s Eve firework display Thursday, December 31, 2020, in Cypress.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD
#hounews #cyfairfd #cypresstx

We want you to have a fun, safe and responsible New Years! See you in 2021!!!
12/31/2020

We want you to have a fun, safe and responsible New Years! See you in 2021!!!

12/25/2020
Cy-Fair Fire Department

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Cy-Fair FD Annual Christmas Eve Tradition 🎄🚒

Twas the night before Christmas and like all Decembers
Not a creature was stirring, not even the members
The gear was all hung in the stations with luck
That on any fire call they’d all make the truck
The Chiefs were nestled all snug in their beds While visions of fire toys danced in their heads
The records were finished, the training on hold
Dispatch was snuggled all warm from the cold
When over the pagers there arose such a clatter
We sprang from our beds to see what was the matter
Something was burning - no time to be slow
Though it was Christmas, we still have to go
With sirens a’wailing, we sped to the glow
Through dark city streets and the new fallen snow
Go pumpers, go ladders, go rehab van
Upon your arrival report to command

More rapid than eagles, the Chief’s people came
And he shouted and whistled and called them by name
On six, eight, on ten, and engine nine
And the rest of you too, you’re doing just fine

“Give me a search, and fast attack, too”
So into the house the firefighters flew
The fire, it was blazing, the flames to the heavens
This is the big one, we’ll even call sevens

The ambulance made it and set up their post
When interior ran out, looking white as a ghost
“Look what we’ve found,” they shouted together
And almost fell down with the thought of a feather

He was dressed all in red from his head to his foot
His clothes were covered with ashes and soot
His eyes had a twinkle, his beard was so thick
His pack full of toys, it must be Saint Nick!

He said, “thanks for the rescue and the Gatorade, too
I wish I could stay but I have much work to do
You see, I was stuck in a chimney so small
I worried about having no Christmas at all”

“But thanks to your efforts, I’ll be on my way”
And as he was leaving, we all heard him say
“The gift that I leave thanks to each of you
Are nothing compared to the giving you do”

“For the time and the service, for the help that you give
For keeping us safe wherever we live
My holiday wish as you keep up the fight
Merry Christmas to all into all, a good night!”

Merry Christmas and happy holidays from the Dispatcher and Officers of the Cy-Fair Fire Department

WPTZ-776 Cy-Fair Fire Department

Last night for Thursday night training station 5 started off with some holiday cheer.  But then went into full gear for ...
12/11/2020

Last night for Thursday night training station 5 started off with some holiday cheer. But then went into full gear for vehicle extrication training.

Groups were divided up into different scenarios including patient packing and extrication from vehicles, stabilization and rapid extraction with power tools.

As always a lot of learning and fun was had. We’d like to greatly thank CSI Collision Specialist for their continued support for the utilization of their property and cars to continue growing our knowledge!

Rescue 5 had an extremely busy 24 hour shift yesterday!
12/06/2020

Rescue 5 had an extremely busy 24 hour shift yesterday!

Crews respond to a 1-alarm residential fire in the 3900 block of Heathersage Dr. Sunday morning in Houston.

Fire crews reported fire and smoke through the roof upon arrival. EMS evaluated an adult male who refused treatment. No injuries were reported.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD
#hounews #cyfairfd #houstontx

12/02/2020
Christensen Building Group

Our new home is almost complete!!!!!

Making great progress on the Harris County ESD No. 9 Station 5 project. Look at those beautiful doors! The exterior finishes and roof are complete with permanent electrical power on and HVAC commissioning underway. The facility is on schedule to be completed just after the new year. #cbg #progressupdate #accomplishments #workinprogress

Cy-Fair Fire Department
11/26/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

HAPPY THANKSGIVING 🦃 🍽 🍁
Wishing you and your family a safe and happy Thanksgiving! We’re thankful for our Fire and EMS crews who are working hard today and everyday to help keep you safe.

#cyfairfd #Thanksgiving #cypresstx

Please follow the following tips to ensure you have a great yet safe day!
11/26/2020

Please follow the following tips to ensure you have a great yet safe day!

Happy Veterans Day to all those whom have worn a uniform of the nation’s armed forces.  Thank you for all that you have ...
11/11/2020

Happy Veterans Day to all those whom have worn a uniform of the nation’s armed forces. Thank you for all that you have done! 🇺🇸

Cy-Fair FD Station 5
11/01/2020

Cy-Fair FD Station 5

It’s that time again!  When you turn the clock back make sure to check and change all batteries and check expiration dat...
10/31/2020

It’s that time again! When you turn the clock back make sure to check and change all batteries and check expiration dates on all smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home!

Today is #nationalfirstrespondersday. We’d like to thank all first responders Fire, Police, EMS, Dispatchers, Emergency ...
10/28/2020

Today is #nationalfirstrespondersday. We’d like to thank all first responders Fire, Police, EMS, Dispatchers, Emergency Management, Wrecker Drivers and Public Works for all that they do on a daily basis!

Early this morning Engine and Medic 5 were dispatched to a 2 vehicle collision with entrapment at the intersection of St...
10/18/2020

Early this morning Engine and Medic 5 were dispatched to a 2 vehicle collision with entrapment at the intersection of State Highway 6 and Clay Rd.

Engine 5’s crew extricated the patient with Medic 5 transporting to the hospital.

P/C. Station 5 FF M.Shakih

Yesterday night Rescue 5’s crews assisted Cy-Fair FD Station 1 Engine 1 and Cy-Fair FD Station 2 Ladder 2 with a car vs ...
10/14/2020

Yesterday night Rescue 5’s crews assisted Cy-Fair FD Station 1 Engine 1 and Cy-Fair FD Station 2 Ladder 2 with a car vs pole entrapment.

All crews diligently worked together to extricate the patient, which was later transported to the hospital.

Rescue 5’s crew hard at work last night setting up a landing zone for Memorial Hermann Life Flight.P/C. Station 5 FF M.S...
10/09/2020

Rescue 5’s crew hard at work last night setting up a landing zone for Memorial Hermann Life Flight.

P/C. Station 5 FF M.Shakih

10/08/2020
Cy-Fair Fire Department

Cy-Fair Fire Department

🔥 FIRE IS DARK ⚫
Fire isn't bright, it's pitch black. If you wake up to a fire, it may be hard to see through the smoke.
#cyfairfd #firepreventionweek #fema #usfa

Cy-Fair FD Station 5
10/02/2020

Cy-Fair FD Station 5

Cy-Fair Fire Department
10/02/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness month. Breast cancer is the second most common kind of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. The good news is that most women can survive breast cancer if it is found and treated early.

National Breast Cancer Awareness month is a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer.

Our personnel will be allowed to wear their Department breast cancer awareness t-shirts throughout the month of October instead of their normal uniform.

#cyfairfd #breastcancerawareness

Cy-Fair Fire Department
09/15/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Crews respond to a 1-alarm residential fire in the 17000 block of Glenledi Dr. in the Westglen Subdivison Tuesday in Houston.

First arriving crews reported a fire from a severed gas line that spread to the home. Crews contained the leak and extinguished the fire without incident. No injuries were reported. The homeowner was evaluated for an unrelated medical issue as a precautionary.

CenterPoint Energy has contained the gas leak. The American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast is assisting the homeowner with immediate needs following this incident.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD
#hounews #cyfairfd #houstontx

Cy-Fair Fire Department
09/11/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Nineteen years after September 11, 2001, we continue to honor the sacrifice made by our Fire, EMS, and Police brothers and sisters. We remember the personal and national losses on that day.

We pause to honor them this morning with a moment of silence. We honor the great sacrifice made by 343 firefighters, 8 EMS, and 61 police officers who perished on that fateful day.

May we always remember and never forget.

#cyfairfd #neverforget #911memorial #patriotday #cypresstx #hounews

Cy-Fair Fire Department
09/07/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

HAPPY LABOR DAY!
We celebrate a day set aside a day to recognize the contributions of the workers to the prosperity and wellbeing of our country.

We are proud of all who work day in and day out to protect and serve our community. We are especially thankful for those who are working today to help keep you safe. #cyfairfd

Amazing Job by Station 5’s B Shift Medic Crew Tiffany & Gordy!
09/04/2020

Amazing Job by Station 5’s B Shift Medic Crew Tiffany & Gordy!

PATIENT REUNION
Cyclist, Nery Hernandez, thanks Cy-Fair FD crews for saving his life at a patient reunion on September 2, 2020, at Cy-Fair FD Station 6 in Houston. Hernandez suffered from sudden cardiac arrest while on a training ride with BNW Cycling Team in July 2020, in Houston.

On Thursday, July 23, 2020, Cy-Fair FD Medic 5, Paramedic Tiffany Fussell, and EMT Michael Gordy, were transporting a patient to a nearby hospital when the crew was flagged down for a report of an adult male cyclist who collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest.

Medic 5 crew discovered Hernandez had no pulse and wasn’t breathing so they immediately began CPR and called for additional resources. Crews successfully revived Hernandez on the side of Eldridge Parkway as additional resources arrived on-scene.

Hernandez was transported by Memorial Hermann Life Flight to Memorial Hermann - TMC where doctors performed life-saving surgery and installed an implanted cardioverter defibrillator. Hernandez was diagnosed with Brugada Syndrome, a disorder that leads to an irregular rhythm in the ventricles, this resulted in him having sudden cardiac arrest due to this ventricular arrhythmia.

According to the American Heart Association, about 90 percent of people who experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest die. Hernandez, who has CPR and first-aid training, advocates for others to do the same. “I think everyone should have CPR training, it’s the knowledge that can save someone’s life, I strongly believe that,” Hernandez said.

“I’m really thankful, I thank God every day that I’m alive. I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for all of you,” Hernandez said, “I tell everyone I have an angel who saved my life, the Medic who performed CPR on me, now I know that my angel’s name is Tiffany.”

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD #hounews #cyfairfd #houstontx

Tonight’s crew are checking over all water rescue equipment on the rescue to ensure it is ready should it be needed for ...
08/25/2020

Tonight’s crew are checking over all water rescue equipment on the rescue to ensure it is ready should it be needed for the upcoming storms.

Cy-Fair Fire Department
08/21/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Crews respond to a 1-alarm apartment fire at the Green Tree Place Apartments in the 4200 block of Clay Hill Drive Thursday afternoon in Houston.

Fire arriving crews reported smoke coming from a second story apartment upon arrival. An unattended candle was reportedly left burning in a bedroom inside the unit.

Fire crews kept the fire contained in the bedroom inside the second story unit. Adjacent units suffered smoke and water damage. No injuries were reported.

The Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office was contacted for a phone consultation only. The American Red Cross Texas Gulf Coast was contacted to assist the displaced residents.

Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD
#cyfairfd #hounews #houstontx

Early this morning Rescue 5 assisted District Chief 1, Cy-Fair FD Station 2, Cy-Fair FD Station 6 & Cy-Fair FD Station 1...
08/20/2020

Early this morning Rescue 5 assisted District Chief 1, Cy-Fair FD Station 2, Cy-Fair FD Station 6 & Cy-Fair FD Station 10 along with Medic 1 on a motor vehicle collision involving entrapment of off US 290.

Crews diligently worked together to safety extricate the patient and was shortly after flown to the hospital by Memorial Hermann Life Flight.

Cy-Fair Fire Department
08/13/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

Request a hard copy of our 2020 Annual Report here: bit.ly/cffd2020request

#cyfairfd #houstontx #cypresstx #katytx

Occasionally station 5 members visit other departments when traveling out of town and may bring back a patch for our gro...
08/07/2020

Occasionally station 5 members visit other departments when traveling out of town and may bring back a patch for our growing station patch wall.

But sometimes we also receive patches from other departments in the mail. This one being from Lesser Slave Regional Fire Service in Slave Lake, Alberta Canada 🇨🇦

We would like to greatly thank them and all the other departments that have contributed to our ever growing collection!

Cy-Fair Fire Department
07/31/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

2020 REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY
We are proud to share all that we accomplished in 2019 with you. We encourage you to view our 2020 annual report for more information on our outlook and plans for growth in 2021.

View the report: bit.ly/cffd2020
#cyfairfd #annualreport #hounews

Last nights rescue shift busted out the cones and took in some driver training.Regardless of skill set operating our hea...
07/29/2020

Last nights rescue shift busted out the cones and took in some driver training.

Regardless of skill set operating our heavy apparatus safely and with due regard to and from scenes is a priority in the department.

Cy-Fair Fire Department
07/28/2020

Cy-Fair Fire Department

‪Crews respond to a small plane crash in the 15700 block or Boulder Oaks Dr. early Tuesday morning in Houston. ‬

‪One patient was extricated by rescue crews. Two patients were transported by Cy-Fair FD EMS to Memorial Hermann - TMC

‪Harris County Constable Precinct 5 and Texas Department of Public Safety is on-scene investigating.‬

‪Photo: Capt. Daniel Arizpe, PIO/ Cy-Fair FD‬
‪#hounews‬ #cyfairfd #houstontx

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16035 Aspenglenn Dr
Houston, TX
77084

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The Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department (CFVFD) has a long and successful record for providing fire and emergency medical services to the citizens of northwest Harris County. From its beginnings in the late 1950's, the Cy-Fair VFD is now one of the largest, busiest volunteer Fire Departments in the United States, with over 25,000 emergency responses each year. CFVFD covers the 155-square mile area of Emergency Services District (ESD) #9 in northwest Haarris County. Responding from 12 stations strategically located throughout the territory; the 300+ men and women of the Department are among the best-trained and equipped firefighters and EMT's in the nation.

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