8,894

TOTAL CALLS (YTD)

6,890

Medical Calls (YTD)

92

Fires (YTD)

1,698

Public Assists (YTD)

481

Other (YTD)

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Your A_V_Firefighters responded to a reported shed fire on the outskirts of town. Upon arrival Medic Engine 331 found an RV fully involved. Medic Engine 331 made an aggressive attack and kept the fire from spreading to the house. Medic Engine 332 came in and supplied water as well as Water Tender 337. One minor injury to a resident was reported. The resident was looked at and declined any treatment. The fire was quickly extinguished and all crews returned without incident. ... See MoreSee Less

Your A_V_Firefighters responded to a reported shed fire on the outskirts of town. Upon arrival Medic Engine 331 found an RV fully involved.  Medic Engine 331 made an aggressive attack and kept the fire from spreading to the house.  Medic Engine 332 came in and supplied water as well as Water Tender  337.  One minor injury to a resident was reported. The resident was looked at and declined any treatment. The fire was quickly extinguished and all crews returned without incident.Image attachmentImage attachment

Your A_V_Firefighters responded to a reported structure fire at approximately 1:30am on the 14000 block of Tonikan Rd. Upon arrival found a well involved single family residence. First arriving units were met with fire blowing out the front living room window and door as well as the back of the house though the back patio. Medic Engine 331 knocked down the fire on the front side of the house and worked their way into the structure. Medic Engine 334 followed in making a primary search for any residents that may have been in the structure. It was later determined that no residents were in the structure. Medic Truck 336 came in and performed vertical ventilation while Medic Engine 332 maintained the rapid Intervention crew as safety. Battalion Chief 4612 was the overall Incident Commander. We'd like to thank SB County Fire Medic Engine 22 for assisting with interior operations. No injuries were reported and all crews returned to quarters around 5am. ... See MoreSee Less

Your A_V_Firefighters responded to a reported structure fire at approximately 1:30am on the 14000 block of Tonikan Rd. Upon arrival found a well involved single family residence. First arriving units were met with fire blowing out the front living room window and door as well as the back of the house though the back patio. Medic Engine 331 knocked down the fire on the front side of the house and worked their way into the structure. Medic Engine 334 followed in making a primary search for any residents that may have been in the structure. It was later determined that no residents were in the structure. Medic Truck 336 came in and performed vertical ventilation while Medic Engine 332 maintained the rapid Intervention crew as safety. Battalion Chief 4612 was the overall Incident Commander. Wed like to thank SB County Fire Medic Engine 22 for assisting with interior operations. No injuries were reported and all crews returned to quarters around 5am.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Thank you Firefighters and Crews!

Thank you firefighters... Glad no one was hurt..

Thank you so much for your Bravery!

Good job!

Teamwork

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Your A-V-Firefighters have been deployed on three fronts due to the fires and wind event this past week. OES Engine 335 has been deployed to the #KincadeFire in Sanoma County. Brush Engine 332 has been deployed to Devore as part of a wind event pre-position Strike Team. They are currently deployed to the #HillFire in Jurupa Valley. Brush Engine 334 is currently staffed and pre-positioned for CalFire at their fire station in south Apple Valley. All staffed Apple Valley Fire stations remain fully staffed as your a_v_firefighters remain committed to our citizens. All crews while busy are doing well. ... See MoreSee Less

Your A-V-Firefighters have been deployed on three fronts due to the fires and wind event this past week. OES Engine 335 has been deployed to the #kincadefire in Sanoma County. Brush Engine 332 has been deployed to Devore as part of a wind event pre-position Strike Team. They are currently deployed to the #hillfire in Jurupa Valley. Brush Engine 334 is currently staffed and pre-positioned for CalFire at their fire station in south Apple Valley. All staffed Apple Valley Fire stations remain fully staffed as your a_v_firefighters remain committed to our citizens. All crews while busy are doing well.

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Prayers sent for their Safety 🙏❤ Thank you All 1st Responders for all Your Hard Work

Sending prayers to all California firefighters and those in the paths of these fire

We love all our brave firefighters.

Very grateful for all of the firefighters. Stay safe..

Thank you so much for all you do!! Be safe!

Thank you for your continued support

Be safe

Salute

Let’s get er done & get home safe

Stay safe out there guys!

Where is Brett

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Your A_V_Firefighters on Medic Engine 332 assisted Victorville City Fire on an abandoned structure fire. Medic Engine 332 was assigned Division "C" . The crew opened up the structure and attacked the fire from the outside in a defensive mode. No injuries were reported and all crews returned to Apple Valley. ... See MoreSee Less

Your A_V_Firefighters on Medic Engine 332 assisted Victorville City Fire on an abandoned structure fire. Medic Engine 332 was assigned Division C . The crew opened up the structure and attacked the fire from the outside in a defensive mode. No injuries were reported and all crews returned to Apple Valley.

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Thank you. Glad no one was injured.

Glad everyone is ok

We are so lucky to have such a great fire department .Thank You for all you due Apple Valley Fire

Your A_V_Firefighters are proud to announce the promotions of Engineer Vinh Ho to Captain and Firefighter Aaron Brinkman to Engineer. Capt.Ho and Engineer Brinkman start their new positions today. Their official Badge Pinning will be Tuesday October 15th. Congratulations brothers! ... See MoreSee Less

Your A_V_Firefighters are proud to announce the promotions of Engineer Vinh Ho to Captain and Firefighter Aaron Brinkman to Engineer. Capt.Ho and Engineer Brinkman start their new positions today. Their official Badge Pinning will be Tuesday October 15th. Congratulations brothers!

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We are so very proud of you Vinh!

That’s awesome congratulations 🚒🚒🚒🚒

Congratulations to both of you!!

Congrats Aaron!! Well deserved!!

Congratulations Aaron!

Congratulations Aaron!

Congratulations Aaron! So proud of you & your determination ❤️

Congrats Aaron and Vinh!!

Congratulations to you both!

Congratulations!!! Way to go Aaron!

Congrats son!!

Congratulations Vinh!

Congratulations!

Congratulations guys !!🚒🚒

Congrats!!!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations Vinh and A-A-ron!!

Is aaron rand's son. Congrats to both of you

Congratulations Vinh Ho We has no doubt you’d do it!

Congratulations!! So proud of you two! Can’t wait for you badge pinning Tuesday!

Congrats to both of you !!!! Very proud of you Aaron!!!!!

Congratulations and God Bless you

Hey, I know that guy!!! Congrats Vinh!!!

Congratulations to you both

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Your A_V_Firefighters handed a check for $3000.00 to the Orenda Foundation. We were able to do this because of the very successful 1st annual Summer Burnout Car Show. Thanks to all who made this fund raising event so successful. Once again…

Summer Burnout Car Show

Your Apple Valley Firefighters are proud to present The 1st Annual Summer Burnout Car Show! This car show will take place August 24th, 2019 at Maxwell's Burgers in Apple Valley. It will benefit local Veterans at the Orenda Foundation. Mark…

The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

We Do More Than Save Lives!

Your Apple Valley Professional Fire Fighters continue to support local area programs and services. We’re big supporters of area youth sports, believing that taking care of our youth we are taking care of the future of Apple Valley. When you  support your firefighters, your supporting the Apple Valley youth and Apple Valley’s future.