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With less than 72 hours before graduating the fire academy, the 40 members of #MDFRClass139 took part in the final test of endurance for #MDFR recruits: The Traditions Run. The recruits ran through the streets of Doral alongside their instructors and members of prior classes who ran to support the newest Miami-Dade County firefighters.
On Monday afternoon at 12:13 p.m., #MDFR responded to a vehicle fire near the SR836 Expressway and the Turnpike Exit. Upon arrival, fire crews found a minivan fully engulfed in flames. #Engine47 quickly pulled the front bumper and extinguished the fire.
There were no reported injuries as both occupants had exited the vehicle before it caught on fire. MDFR reminds motorists if you smell something burning or see smoke coming from the hood of a vehicle, signal and pull safely to the side of the road. Shut off the vehicle's engine, get yourself and all passengers out of the car, move to a safe place as far away from the car as possible and call 911.
On Friday, August 16 at 5:30 p.m., #MDFR responded to a motor vehicle accident located at NW 12 Ave and NW 76 St. When rescue crews arrived, they determined there were two adult patients that were trauma alerts, with one of the patients trapped inside the vehicle needing to be extricated. Several units worked to safely extricate the trapped patient, treat all the patients and transport them by #AirRescue to the trauma center.
On Friday, August 16 at 3 p.m., #MDFR #OceanRescue and #Fireboat21 responded to three kayakers in distress near Haulover Cut. Upon arrival, the crew from Fireboat 21 found the three kayakers who had been taken by the current and became stuck by the rocks near the outlet unable to get out.
Ocean Rescue took the three kayakers out of harm's way. They were transferred, one by one, from the rocks to a personal watercraft and then onto Fireboat 21. The kayaks were also retrieved and taken to Bill Bird Marina's floating docks.
On Wed., Aug. 14 at 9 p.m., #MDFR units from #Battalion12 and #Battalion13 responded to an apartment fire near SW 67 Street and 116 Court. Units arrived to flames coming from an apartment unit on the third floor. Crews made entry, extinguishing the fire and containing it to the one apartment unit. The apartment building had some smoke damage due to the fire, causing some residents to be displaced. The American Red Cross were called in to assist those displaced. No one was injured and the cause is under investigation.
On Tuesday, August 13, #MDFR responded to a medical call near NE 113 Street and NE 8 Court involving a person with a traumatic injury. When crews arrived, they found an adult trauma alert patient with an upper extremity injury. #Rescue7 transported the patient to a landing zone where #AirRescue took the patient to a local trauma center.
This morning, #MDFR attended a Back-to-School Backpack & Supplies Drive at Oliver Hoover Elementary School at 9050 Hammocks Blvd. to honor and continue Mrs. Suzy Reyes’ legacy of giving to those that need it most. Kids welcomed all donations & enjoyed a fire truck demo. #MDFRInTheCommunity
On Friday, August 9 around 6:15 p.m., #MDFR crews from #Battalion7 and #Battalion9 responded to a first alarm warehouse fire near SW 108 Avenue and SW 186 Street. Units arrived to find thick smoke and fire coming from inside a warehouse and immediately began to extinguish the fire. Firefighters were able to contain and control the fire to the single warehouse unit. After the fire was out, crews remained on scene to ventilate the warehouse. There were no injuries and the cause of the fire is under investigation.