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Key West Fire Department

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Member Chris Tigges, March 05

This evening our firefighters learned and reviewed procedures about a variety of fire scene activities including first due, reading smoke and size up reports.... (Full Story & Photos)

Confined Space and Search and Rescue Training

Member Kate Arnold, February 19

This evening we trained at the training center practicing our search and rescue techniques, sounding the floor, rules of the right, communicating with a partner and over the radio. Thanks to Craig and Chris for leading our training. Thanks to all our member for doing our regular maintenance!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Dedicated board of directors!

Member Kate Arnold, February 14

Thanks to our dedicated board of directors! Always keeping the fire department running smoothly.
Thank you to Clete Ambrosey, Daryl Biechler, Richard Bradley, Paul Coates, Joe Kies, Frank Lammer, Joe Lyons, and Cathy Felderman.... (Full Story & Photos)

Thank you to all for assisting with our annual fundraiser!

Member Brian Arnold, February 04

A big shout out to all of our members and families who put out the extra efforts to make our annual fundraiser a huge success!
Thank you to all of our ticket holders who support us every year and buy the great items we have for our annual auction.
Also a big Thank You goes to all of the businesses that support us with donations we truly appreciate your support!... (Full Story)

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Member Kate Arnold, January 15

Ways to remain safe, accurate, and professional in our roles as Fire and EMS Personnel:
Responder safety is your #1 priority.
Maintain situational awareness.
If something seems suspicious, we should call law enforcement.
Try to refrain from having tunnel vision.
Be alert to things on the way to and in the vicinity of the scene.
When arriving on scene and going into a residence or structure, identify ... (Full Story & Photos)


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10640 Lake Eleanor Road
Dubuque, IA 52003
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