Tag Archives: Alachua County Fire Rescue
The lack of Alachua County Fire Rescue ambulances able to respond to medical emergencies is causing concern for some. The proposal to use additional ambulances from Gainesville Fire Rescue, suggested by the Strengthen Gainesville group, will be reviewed at a county commission meeting on Aug 10.
Alachua County Fire Rescue Station 25 will be the first county building in Hawthorne to be outfitted with solar panels. The station is one of 24 buildings determined viable for the county’s solar panel initiative, which seeks to cut energy consumption.
UF Students and faculty evacuate Leigh Hall after alarms sound and Gainesville Fire Rescue respond to the incident.
Every three years, Gainesville Fire Rescue and other agencies come together to simulate an emergency rescue drill that incorporates Santa Fe College students.
The Alachua County Fire and Rescue Station 19 on Southwest 43rd Street and Southwest 20th Avenue has been closed because of a mold outbreak.
Alachua County Fire Rescue now has at its disposal, a brand new, $500,000 medical ambulance bus, that will allow more patients to receive medical attention on-site, especially during large-scale accidents.
On Wednesday, a new fire training facility opened at Loften High School. The new facility will provide more interaction between Alachua County Fire Rescue firefighters and students enrolled in Loften High’s Fire and EMS Academy.