Your hard work, determination, and strong desire to serve your community starts HERE! Please read this document and follow the links within it to learn… HOW TO BECOME AN AFD FIREFIGHTER
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It is now the time of year that we begin for turn on the heaters and fireplaces. Please be aware that any home heating appliance or equipment that produces a flame, produces Carbon Monoxide. Carbon Monoxide, or “CO”, is a colorless, odorless gas that can result in medical emergencies and death. The best prevention to CO emegencies, is to have a working CO alarm installed outside each sleeping area and on each level of the home.
Know the symptoms of CO poisoning
The initial symptoms of low to moderate CO poisoning are similar to the flu (but without the fever). They include:
- Shortness of breath
High level CO poisoning results in progressively more severe symptoms, including:
- Mental confusion
- Loss of muscular coordination
- Loss of consciousness
- Ultimately death
If you are interested in helping your community and would like to become a volunteer firefighter, please contact the following departments:
|If you live in Potter County:
Potter County Volunteer Fire Dept.
Fire Chief Richard Lake
2301 E. Willow Creek
|If you live in Randall County:
Randall County Volunteer Fire Dept.
Fire Chief James Amerson
(Station 1) 1111 E. Loop 335
Remember! With any time change you should change the batteries of every smoke alarm in your home.
Practice and update your home fire-evacuation plan and remember, GET OUT, and STAY OUT!!!