City of Hudson Fire Department

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Operating as usual

Wishing a very Merry Christmas to you all from the members of the Hudson Fire Department.
12/25/2021

Wishing a very Merry Christmas to you all from the members of the Hudson Fire Department.

Wishing a very Merry Christmas to you all from the members of the Hudson Fire Department.

I want to take a minute to reflect on the Blessings we have been given and the Brotherhood we share as HFD and our EMS w...
12/23/2021

I want to take a minute to reflect on the Blessings we have been given and the Brotherhood we share as HFD and our EMS was able to get together again with our current and retired members. Big Thanks to Hart Farms, Dairy Done Right and Sukhi for helping us put our meal together. Merry Christmas to you all.

Getting ready for Santa.
12/20/2021

Getting ready for Santa.

On our way to pick up Santa!!! Here we go.

HFD is going to be escorting Santa around town on December 19th.  Let's all hope for good weather so everyone can come o...
12/08/2021

HFD is going to be escorting Santa around town on December 19th. Let's all hope for good weather so everyone can come out to your front yard and wave to Santa.

HFD is going to be escorting Santa around town on December 19th. Let's all hope for good weather so everyone can come out to your front yard and wave to Santa.

12/02/2021
Congratulations to the Hudson Tiger Football Team.  2021 Division 8 State Champions.  Thanks Rachel Stiverson for the pi...
11/26/2021

Congratulations to the Hudson Tiger Football Team. 2021 Division 8 State Champions. Thanks Rachel Stiverson for the picture.

Congratulations to the Hudson Tiger Football Team. 2021 Division 8 State Champions. Thanks Rachel Stiverson for the picture.

Thank you to all of our Veterans for your service.
11/11/2021

Thank you to all of our Veterans for your service.

Thank you to all of our Veterans for your service.

Training with EMS tonight to familiarize firefighters with what they need when they call for our help.
11/11/2021

Training with EMS tonight to familiarize firefighters with what they need when they call for our help.

It is with great sadness we have just learned of the passing of past firefighter Stephen Anderson.  Stephen is part of a...
11/08/2021

It is with great sadness we have just learned of the passing of past firefighter Stephen Anderson. Stephen is part of a large family of current and former firefighters to serve in the Lenawee and Hillsdale County Fire Service. Prayers for all of your Families in this time of loss. Stephen RIP my Brother.

It is with great sadness we have just learned of the passing of past firefighter Stephen Anderson. Stephen is part of a large family of current and former firefighters to serve in the Lenawee and Hillsdale County Fire Service. Prayers for all of your Families in this time of loss. Stephen RIP my Brother.

Photos from Sundays multiple alarm fire.  It was a very long, very hot day.  We were able to keep the original fire buil...
09/16/2021

Photos from Sundays multiple alarm fire. It was a very long, very hot day. We were able to keep the original fire building from spreading into the connected two buildings. The fire had been burning for a while before it broke through the roof and someone called 911 so on arrival Chief 2 concentrated on saving the connected structures. Thank you to our mutual aid departments and other Agencies for such a great job.
Clayton Fire Department,
Morenci Fire Department,
Addison Fire Department,
Waldron Fire Department,
Jefferson Twp Fire Department, Adrian City Fire, Department, Hudson Police Department, Hudson DPW, Hudson Waste Water Department, Hudson Area Ambulance, Morenci Area Ambulance, Hillsdale American Legion Canteen Service. And probably some other folks I can't remember right now. Roughly 71 Firefighters put in a 10 hour day battling this fire. Thankfully no injuries were reported. This fire is under investigation and suspicious in nature with evidence discovered so far. If you have any information that can assist in the investigation please contact the Hudson Police Department, Hudson Fire Department or Crime Stoppers of Lenawee.

We will always remember the sacrifice made by so many. 20 years after September 11, 2001 the Bravery and Selflessness of...
09/11/2021

We will always remember the sacrifice made by so many. 20 years after September 11, 2001 the Bravery and Selflessness of so many will not be forgotten. Please take a moment for silent reflection of these actions and for those actions of our Servicemen and Women to protect our Great Nation.

Very Hot today as HFD Crews along with Hudson Police Department Officers conducted a training exercise with one of our l...
08/25/2021

Very Hot today as HFD Crews along with Hudson Police Department Officers conducted a training exercise with one of our local businesses to gain experience and test pre-plans for responding to both small and large scale emergencies at the plant. We want to thank Caywood Propane Gas, Inc for your hospitality and knowledge in this learning experience and for being a great corporate neighbor.

Had some good news this last week.  HFD was involved in a multi department grant submission that was unsuccessful last y...
08/24/2021
$697,373 federal grant to buy new SCBAs for six Lenawee County fire departments

Had some good news this last week. HFD was involved in a multi department grant submission that was unsuccessful last year but on try number two this year was awarded. Our SCBA units reach the end of their allowable lifespan this year. This multiple Fire Department grant project allows all of our Departments to have greater purchasing power as a group over each one on its own resulting in lower cost for each Community involved. This will help us all to provide the best possible fire protection in the safest way for the lowest cost to our Citizens.

The Adrian, Clayton, Hudson, Morenci, Ridgeway Township and Tecumseh fire departments will get new self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBAs).

Please stay away from any line that's down, even if it's not a power line it may be touching a live line somewhere trans...
08/13/2021

Please stay away from any line that's down, even if it's not a power line it may be touching a live line somewhere transferring the danger. Use care with you generators, not inside your home or garage and not near an opening to your home. It only takes one mistake to equal a tragedy. Stay safe.

We’re working 24/7 to restore everyone’s power. We’ve restored power to 100,000 customers and expect to restore power to another 100,000 customers in the next 24 hours after a storm system blew through the state late Tuesday night through early Thursday morning. Restoration work will continue through the weekend as crews work quickly & safely to respond to one of the 10 largest storms in company history.

Some things to remember as we work together through this extended outage:
• Crews from Michigan and seven other states will be working on removing trees, fixing the 4,700 downed lines and replacing broken poles on the side of the road. Give them the room they need by slowing down and going around.
• Due to the extended nature of the outage, you may have concerns about whether your food is safe. Use this guide to assist: http://spr.ly/6180ymqGj
• We will be working in various areas and power may flicker. It’s a good idea to unplug any electronics that are particularly sensitive to power surges before they occur.
• 2-1-1 can assist with shelter, local cooling centers and other immediate needs during this time. http://spr.ly/6181ymqGd
• Most importantly, if you are using a generator as part of your emergency plan, be sure to use it away from your home and not in a garage or other building to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Follow these safety tips: http://spr.ly/6184ymqGg

Hudson Waterball on Sunday 8/8/21.  Good times with great people doing things together as one big family. Thanks to Jami...
08/10/2021

Hudson Waterball on Sunday 8/8/21. Good times with great people doing things together as one big family. Thanks to Jamie Myers, Aaron Jones and Joe Myers for the pictures.

Helping to attract the future generations of firefighters at Hudson Waterball games.
08/10/2021

Helping to attract the future generations of firefighters at Hudson Waterball games.

Automatic Aid dispatch with Clayton Fire Department yesterday to Hoffland Dairy.  Several Departments involved in very h...
07/07/2021

Automatic Aid dispatch with Clayton Fire Department yesterday to Hoffland Dairy. Several Departments involved in very hot conditions. Thanks go out to all the firefighters who worked so hard and many more Thanks to all the surrounding neighbors and farmers who came to help with the cows. Hudson pumped 16,000 gallons directly from our trucks on the fire and filled Tankers from assisting Departments to the tune of around 70,000 gallons with our draft truck at Hudson Lake.

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at Hudson Fire Department.
07/04/2021

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at Hudson Fire Department.

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at Hudson Fire Department.

Lots of reports of Hail Damage last night and even injuries reported.  Be careful this afternoon.
06/20/2021

Lots of reports of Hail Damage last night and even injuries reported. Be careful this afternoon.

*Severe Storms Possible Today/Tonight*

Alright folks, we have one more severe weather chance late today. The Storm Prediction Center has issued an "enhanced" risk (level 3 on a scale up to 5) for areas northwest of US 24. Everyone else is in the "slight" risk (level 2 on a scale up to 5). The biggest severe weather threat is damaging winds. However, just like last night some cells may contain large hail (Hudson, MI last night had baseball size hail!!!). An isolated tornado is also possible. Storms may redevelop late afternoon and early evening today at the earliest. Those scattered storms will have a hail & isolated tornado threat early. Overnight the hail and tornado risk will drop some, but the damaging wind threat will increase with more widespread rain & lightning more likely. While rain is possible Monday, severe weather is unlikely. A calmer weather stretch will arrive for most of the work week. Also Happy Father's Day and happy 1st day of summer!

06/20/2021

Severe Weather hitting Hudson now. Golf ball size and larger hail and heavy rain. Please stay inside. Update from 6/19/21. We had Baseball size hail came down around town last night.⚾️

It's been a while as we a short staffed at Job #1 so working insane amount of hours.  Lots of things happening around th...
06/11/2021

It's been a while as we a short staffed at Job #1 so working insane amount of hours. Lots of things happening around the Department as well. Field fire season was hectic this year including a large fire between CR Motors and Ryan's Construction. Then moved on to broken sewer and storm drains in front of the station. We then received our air fill station which has been on the top of our needs list for years. In May we had two guys succsessfully complete Firefighter I&II, congratulations Tom Kern and Noah Wollet. We have also been busy completing our annual hose testing finally finishing with all of our Large Diameter Supply Hose this week. Thanks to the small dedicated core group that helped accomplish this large task. Summer has arrived so remember to stay hydrated out there and stay safe. Also on that note with warm weather comes boats and motorcycles. Please remember to look twice as you enjoy the summer as swimmers and motorcycles are at your mercy.

03/25/2021

In cooperation with Lenawee County Emergency Management, Lenawee County Fire Chiefs Association and Lenawee Dispatch all County Tornado Sirens will be tested tonight at 7 pm. If you around Hudson you will hear both Tornado Sirens activated, it is just a test but also a great time to practice with the family what to do in a Tornado Emergency.

Remember this weekend when the time changes to change your smoke detector batteries and then test it.
03/12/2021

Remember this weekend when the time changes to change your smoke detector batteries and then test it.

Remember this weekend when the time changes to change your smoke detector batteries and then test it.

02/28/2021

February 27, 2021

Subject: Press Release

From: Fire Chief Jerry Tanner

Hudson Fire Department was dispatched to the 7900 block of Munson Hwy. in Medina Twp. at 7:09 PM on 2/26/21 for a person possibly under water at Durfee Lake which is approximately 6.5 miles South of Hudson.
While responding Hudson requested assistance from the Addison and Jefferson Twp. Fire Departments with Ice Rescue Teams, the Lenawee County Dive Team and the County Police and Fire Drone Team.
Hudson Units arrived at 7:21 PM and discovered that there were a total of four victims that had been in the water through the ice. Hudson Ambulance transported one victim to Hillsdale Hospital for treatment, two others sought their own treatment and one was unaccounted for.
Hudson Fire Department deployed a two man Ice Rescue Team onto the ice and began searching.
Addison and Jefferson Fire Departments arrived and multiple Ice Rescue Teams were then deployed into the water searching for the missing victim as teams on land searched the Lake Shore. The County Drone was placed in service searching from above with camera and lighting. Per the Lenawee County Medical Control Director the search was called off at 9 PM due to Medical Protocols. The Lenawee County Dive Team assisted by the Michigan State Police Dive Team, Hudson Fire Department and Hudson Ambulance resumed the search at approximately 8 AM Saturday morning. At 10:43 AM Divers made a recovery of the victim, Hudson Fire personnel then transported the victim from the ice to the Hudson Ambulance where Detectives and the Medical Examiner completed their processing.

Hudson Fire Department Responded with three apparatus, our Ice Rescue Team and 14 personnel. Hudson Area Ambulance Responded with two units and multiple off duty Medics.

Hudson Received assistance from the following;
Addison Fire Department with Ice/Water rescue team and equipment.
Jefferson Fire Department with Ice/Water rescue team and equipment.
Morenci Fire Department with their Support Trailer and extra lighting.
Clayton and Morenci Fire Departments with station coverage.
Lenawee County Police and Fire Drone Team.
Lenawee County Dive Team and Michigan State Police Dive Team
Lenawee County Sherriff’s Department.
Hudson Police Department.

As the Chief I can’t even begin to express my gratitude to our personnel for the efforts they gave and to all of our mutual aid Departments for their response to this tragic event. Our heartfelt condolences go to the family of the victim. I can only offer comfort by taking away from this the good that occurred. Three other young men survived, a monumental effort was made as our departments came together to work toward the rescue and lastly that we did not give up and were able to bring your loved one home to you.
We ask that people please stay off the Ice as this past weeks temperatures have made the Ice unpredictable and unsafe.

02/15/2021

Please be careful out there and take precautions early today so you don't have to be on the roads later.

WINTER STORM WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO NOON
EST TUESDAY...

* WHAT...Heavy snow expected. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 9
inches.

* WHERE...St. Clair, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Wayne, Lenawee
and Monroe Counties.

* WHEN...From 6 PM this evening to noon EST Tuesday.

* IMPACTS...Travel could be very difficult. The hazardous
conditions could impact the evening and especially the Tuesday
morning commute.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...Snow reintensifies toward 6 pm this
evening. Snow becomes heavy at times tonight with an additional
6 to 9 inches expected before diminishing Tuesday morning.
Highest snowfall totals expected from the Lake Huron shoreline
southward through metro Detroit, Ann Arbor and near the Ohio
border.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

If you must travel, keep an extra flashlight, food, and water in
your vehicle in case of an emergency.

Slow down and use caution while traveling

Some pics from Ice Rescue training session today.  Everyone got a lot of good training reps in.  Great job everyone.
01/24/2021

Some pics from Ice Rescue training session today. Everyone got a lot of good training reps in. Great job everyone.

In cooperation with  Lenawee County and the Emergency Managers Office Hudson Fire Department will be handing out KN95 ma...
01/24/2021

In cooperation with Lenawee County and the Emergency Managers Office Hudson Fire Department will be handing out KN95 mask to the public. Please do not call the station as we are not manned full time and won't be able to answer. We will be handing out the masks this week on Monday from 10am to 1pm, on Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm and on Friday from 12pm to 2 pm. We ask that you only request 2 masks per member of you houshold so that we may assist as many families as possible. If you live in the Hudson, Clayton or Pittsford areas feel free to stop bye during the posted times. If there is still some supply left after this coming week we will do it another time next Monday from 10am to 1pm. Stay safe and stay strong.

In cooperation with Lenawee County and the Emergency Managers Office Hudson Fire Department will be handing out KN95 mask to the public. Please do not call the station as we are not manned full time and won't be able to answer. We will be handing out the masks this week on Monday from 10am to 1pm, on Wednesday from 12pm to 2pm and on Friday from 12pm to 2 pm. We ask that you only request 2 masks per member of you houshold so that we may assist as many families as possible. If you live in the Hudson, Clayton or Pittsford areas feel free to stop bye during the posted times. If there is still some supply left after this coming week we will do it another time next Monday from 10am to 1pm. Stay safe and stay strong.

12/31/2020

Wishing everyone a Happy New Year, let's start off 2021 as safe as possible and put this 2020 thing to rest. Please see the below weather advisory and plan ahead so we can all be safe and sound.

Wayne-Lenawee-Monroe-
Including the cities of Detroit, Adrian, and Monroe
253 PM EST Thu Dec 31 2020

...WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY IN EFFECT FROM NOON FRIDAY TO MIDNIGHT
EST FRIDAY NIGHT...

* WHAT...Freezing rain expected. Total ice accumulation up to a
tenth of an inch.

* WHERE...Wayne, Lenawee and Monroe Counties.

* WHEN...From noon Friday to midnight EST Friday night.

* IMPACTS...Paved surfaces will be icy, including untreated roads.
The hazardous conditions will impact afternoon and evening
travel.

* ADDITIONAL DETAILS...A brief period of snow and sleet is
possible as the precipitation overspreads the area Friday
afternoon. The precip will then quickly transition to freezing
rain. Temperatures will slowly inch above freezing Friday
evening as the freezing rain diminishes to drizzle.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

Slow down and use caution while traveling

Address

121 N Church St
Hudson, MI
49247-1011

Telephone

(517) 448-2231

Website

hudsonfiredepartment.com

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL MY FIRE AND EMS BROTHERS STAY SAFE
Don't drive over fire hose, it is the law
more wires down
Friday afternoon
Another fun day giving a tour of the fire station
Fun Day giving a tour of the fire station
Awesome job on all the storm damage calls Wednesday my 82 brothers. Proud to serve with you.
Thank you to all that participated in our after action review of the Posey lake field fire. Exchanging ideas and information is important for improvement and safety. Good job
Hey Hudson! The time has come...Bring your truck to the Blessing of the Fire Truck Ceremony, Bring your Firefighters to be appreciated... Come out and be a part of the biggest event honoring First Responders in this area!!! Run, Walk, spectate, whatever! Hope to see you there!! Fastest Firehouse award is up for grabs! The team of Firefighters running in gear with the Fastest avg time brings it home! Who is going to nab it this year??!! Use this link to save $5 on ANY entry!!! https://t2tJackson2019.eventbrite.com?discount=ORS
Pay attention to the events leading up to the backdraft, look at the smoke change. While we are so close and busy working with limited visibility it can be hard to spot the dangers around us, stay alert! stay safe! every one goes home!
Guys have had interest in ordering shirts again, I know a guy in the biz, here are some designs to kick around, or we can stay with what we have, he can draw up anything we come up with! There are more designs in the comments!