Found Dog (Champions Emergency Services District) — Nextdoor
Found black lab mix, red collar. Found at the corner of Misty Valley and Pine Arbor. He knows how to sit and is very calm. Please contact Karen at 303-377-2246.
Real CBYD Rescue - Fairfax
Sleeping with a closed door can save your life in the event of a home fire, yet only 35% of people always sleep with their door closed. #ThrowbackThursday to this real-life example from Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department showing how a closed door can make a life-saving difference. Encourage your friends and family to #CloseBeforeYouDoze — it could save a life.
Thank You Carrabba's Italian Grill-Champions for the food donation today and for supporting Champions Firefighters!
When people think of “holiday safety” this year, their thoughts will likely turn to shielding themselves and their loved ones from COVID-19. But the American Red Cross wants to remind people that, even during a pandemic, families still face plenty of non-viral hazards on Thanksgiving, including the threat of fire.
According to the Red Cross, Thanksgiving is one of the peak days for cooking fires, which is the top cause of home fires in the U.S. Most often, these emergencies are caused by unattended cooking — a behavior shared by nearly 70 percent of Americans, as shown in a national American Red Cross survey earlier this year.
To keep holiday gatherings fire-free, the American Red Cross offers the following tips:
Keep an eye on what you fry: Never leave cooking food unattended. Before leaving the kitchen, even for a short period of time, turn off the stove.
Move items that can burn away from the stove: This includes dishtowels, bags, boxes, paper, and curtains. Also, keep children and pets at least three feet away, and avoid wearing loose clothing while cooking.
Know the signs: When frying food, turn the burner off if you see smoke or if the grease starts to boil. Carefully remove the pan from the burner.
Keep a pan lid or a cookie sheet nearby: Use it to cover the pan if it catches on fire. This will put out the fire. Leave the pan covered until it is completely cooled.
Two minutes to escape: Test your smoke alarms monthly and practice your home fire escape plan until everyone can get out in less than two minutes — the amount of time most people have to get out of a burning home before it’s too late.
Visit redcross.org/fire for more information, including an escape plan to practice with family members, or download the free Red Cross Emergency App (search “American Red Cross” in app stores).
Today is National First Responders Day! Please honor and thank the Firefighters, Emergency Medical Personnel, Dispatchers, and Police Officers who protect and serve our communities every day!
This rescue was captured through the reflection of the door on the side cameras on Tower 11. The young female was assisted down the ladder and had minor injuries.
TW11 camera briefly records rescue in progress by E11's driver via roof ladder
We get many questions regarding how to dispose of unused medication. We have GOOD NEWS. Champions ESD is participating in a Single-Use Disposal System funded by Texas Health and Human Services Texas Targeted Opioid Response. Postage paid envelopes can be picked up at Fire Station 11 on Champion Forest Dr. Take the envelope home, deposit your unwanted medications, and drop the sealed envelope in a USPS Mailbox. Your medications are incinerated still in the sealed bag, keeping them out of landfills and the water system. If you have any questions: please contact Danielle Campbell at 713-743.7016 or email [email protected]
Thanks to Edinburg Fire Department for making the Sparky Video explaining the program. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1pPdtLFaAYCPnyfoaIsgWKk6kROzgQajE/view
How to (and NOT) put out grease fires!
Teen rescued from Apartment Fire. Today at 3:25pm, Champions ESD was dispatched to an apartment fire with persons trapped at 12801 Champion Forest. Station 11 crews arrived first and quickly rescued a young lady from the second-floor window of her smoke-filled apartment. The fire was quickly knocked down by the first alarm companies. We were assisted by Klein Volunteer Fire Department, Cypress Creek Fire Department / Harris County ESD 13, Little York Fire Department, Ponderosa Fire Department, Cypress Creek EMS, and the Harris County Fire Marshal. Spring Fire Department backed into Station 11 to cover our district while we were unavailable. Big thanks to everyone for the assistance and great job!
Champions Emergency Services District
Thank You H-E-B! HEB has been delivering a meal for the firefighters on 9/11 for the last 7 plus years. Thanks to the HEB Houston Culinary Center for the awesome food.
This incident occurred one block from Station 12. Street racing has become more prevalent and needs to be stopped.
Street racers were going in excess of 100 mph when the crash happened, according to the Harris County District Attorney's Office.
Champions Emergency Services District
Keep watching this one closely.
Dear Houston, Galveston, and all of Southeast Texas,
Laura is now mimicking the path of the 1900 Storm that forever changed Galveston.
Those of you who have been following me over the years know that I won't sugarcoat anything, so let me be frank. While the exact landfall and intensity are not set in stone, Laura is likely to become a large and powerful Gulf hurricane, and if it continues on this new path toward Texas, it *could* rival the 15-20ft storm surge of Ike and the 130 mph winds of Harvey. Unlike Harvey, this would be a more “classic” hurricane that is in and out in one day, with impacts beginning late Wednesday and continuing into Thursday.
Many of you may be skeptical of the latest forecast because of the big shift the National Hurricane Center made yesterday with Marco. I understand that skepticism, but the data is only getting better and more reliable. Believe the shifts.
I can assure you that the hard-working men and women at the National Hurricane Center have only one goal in mind, and that is to make the best possible forecast to give advance warning that will help save lives. They aren’t trying to help us garner TV ratings or boost the local economy with panic-buying as some have bizarrely accused. They are simply doing their best to predict the future and warn people in the path of the most destructive storms our planet produces. And they are the best on the planet at what they do.
Now keep in mind the average forecast track error 4 days out is about 130 miles. Thus we don’t yet know for certain exactly how Laura will impact us, but we’ve been put on notice that we need to be preparing for a potential major hurricane hit in four days. It could still miss us to the east, but the trend is not in our favor right now.
We will continue to keep you calmly informed and aware here as you prepare: abc13.com/forecast
(POSTED 10AM SUNDAY 8/23/2020)
As you can see, the track keeps changing. Be prepared.
Here are the Key Messages from NHC regarding Tropical Storm Marco, issued on Saturday at 10 a.m. CDT - www.hurricanes.gov
The cone has shifted more to the west putting our area on the “dirty” side of storm.
Here is the 4 PM Friday (8/21) forecast for Tropical Depression 14. The system is still expected to intensify & become Marco tonight or tomorrow, then work its way into the Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. Make sure you keep updated on the latest information. #txwx #houwx #glswx #bcswx
Here is the latest update update from the National Weather Service in Galveston on Tropical Depression #14.
Get prepared. Stay prepared.
Here is the 10 am Tropical Depression 14 updated forecast.
Harris County Fire Marshal
At approximately 3:30 a.m., HCFMO investigators were requested to assist Champions Emergency Services District with a fire at an apartment complex leasing office. There were no injuries reported. HCFMO investigators believe the fire started in a trash can in the mail room. The fire investigation is ongoing.
Champions Emergency Services District hires first full-time paid fire chief in district history
Shelor, who has served as the district's part-time fire chief since May 2010, has served the community in various capacities throughout his career beginning as a volunteer firefighter with the Champions Area Volunteer Fire Department in 1987 at the age of 17.
Good job Affordable Drill Towers with this production!
Champions Fire Dept (Champions ESD) uses their Affordable Drill Tower for a joint training exercise with Houston Fire Dept's Ladder-84. The training was look...
Thoughts and prayers for the Spring FD and to the family of Shawn Babendure
Pierce Mfg representatives from Siddons-Martin Emergency Group at Station 11 giving an orientation class on the new E11. Once all the training is done and equipment is placed on the truck, the truck will go inservice. Old E11 will become E10 and placed in reserve status.
Thanks to ABC13 Houston for covering the miraculous survival of Vern Smith. ABC13-Charly Edsitty did a great job telling the story
CESD assisted Klein Volunteer Fire Department with a residential fire on Cypresswood Dr yesterday. Great job to all for a quick stop.
Remember, June 1 is the first day of the Atlantic hurricane season. Also keep eyes on the Gulf of Mexico for possible development in the next few days.
Remembering this day. Miss you Bill.
Harris County Fire Marshal
Yesterday, HCFMO investigators were requested to assist Cypress Creek Fire Department / Harris County ESD 13 with a fire at a restaurant in the 21500 block of SH 249. Investigators were able to obtain video from the fire, and there are a couple of lessons learned:
1. NEVER throw ice or water on a grease fire.
2. Fire sprinklers save lives. The fire sprinkler system activated (one sprinkler head) controlling the fire until the fire department arrived on the scene. #fastestwater
The fire was ruled accidental. There were no injuries reported.
National Fire Sprinkler Association - NFSA
Champions ESD Fire Station 12 - Houston, TX 050520
Champions ESD Fire Station 12 - Houston, TX 050520
Professional photographs by Martinez Architects of Station 12
Champions Emergency Services District's cover photo
Be safe this Memorial Day weekend. Also, do not store used coals in a trash bin inside the house or garage. Coals can still be hot enough to start a fire hours after use.
New additions to the staff vehicle fleet. 2020 Ford F-150 (C12) and a 2020 Chevy Tahoe (C10)
The Champions Emergency Services District is currently inspecting their new Pierce Velocity pumper! This truck is built with a 750 gallon water tank, 1500 GPM pump, and Husky 3 foam system with 20 gallon foam cell. Once delivered, this rig will serve alongside several other Pierce fire apparatus in this northwest Harris County district.
Thank you Champions ESD / Harris County ESD #29 for choosing Pierce Mfg and Siddons-Martin Emergency Group! It is always a pleasure to work with your department. If you'd like to know more about this truck, you can send us a message with a reference to job # 34356.
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Champions Emergency Services District Fire Station 12 by Martinez Architects and JE Dunn Construction. #photography #architecturephotography #constructionphotography #houston
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