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Tenders

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[cell_title]#4040[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: 1-2 personnel, 2200 Gallon water capacity, Portable Pond [/cell_text]

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[cell_title]#4041[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: 1-2 personnel, 2500 Gallon water capacity, Portable Pond [/cell_text]

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Structure Engines

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[cell_title]#4011[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: 2-4 personnel, 650 gals, 4X4, Class A Foam[/cell_text]

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[cell_title]#4012[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: 3-6 personnel, 750 Gallon water capacity, 1250 GPM pump capacity, Class A & B Foam[/cell_text]

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[cell_title]#4015[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: 3-6 personnel, 1000 Gallon water capacity, 1250 GPM pump capacity, Class A & B Foam[/cell_text]

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Wildland Apparatus

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[cell_title]#4031[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: Type 5, 2-5 personnel, 435 Gallon water capacity, Class A Foam, 4 X 4[/cell_text]

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[cell_title]#4032[/cell_title]

[cell_text]Stats: Type 6, 2-5 personnel, 400 Gallon water capacity, Class A Foam, 4 X 4[/cell_text]

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[cell_title ]#4033 [/cell_title]

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[cell_text]Stats: Type 5/6, 2-5 personnel, 400 gals, Ultra High Pressure Foam, 4X4 [/cell_text]

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Haden Fesenmeyer

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Haden Fesenmeyer is currently attending Aims college where he is studying fire science. He keeps busy working on a farm, and fishing when he has time. He is working towards becoming a paid firefighter.

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[cell_text]Cody Trevithick and Haden Fessenmeyer having a good time doing some training.[/cell_text]

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Rescue Apparatus

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[cell_title]Rescue #4020[/cell_title]

Stats: Rescue Apparatus with BLS Capabilities, equipped with AEDs, onboard suction and oxygen, based at Station

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[cell_title]Rescue #4027[/cell_title]

Stats: Rescue Apparatus with BLS Capabilities, equipped with AEDs, onboard suction and oxygen, based at Station 2

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Wildfire Update

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We are under extreme fire conditions here in Lyons. Moisture and humidity levels are very low. We have not seen these types of conditions since early 2000.

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Lyons Fire will remain on high alert over the next several weeks. Currently we have crews working the High Park Fire and several new fires have popped up recently in Estes Park, Colorado Springs, Durango, Leadville, Lake George, Craig, etc. The state fire resources are stretched very thin.

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Please help us spread the word to your friends, family and so on to take extreme caution in the wildland urban interface areas.

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The forecast does not look promising over the next week, We will try and keep everyone posted as time permits! In the event of a wildfire in the Lyons area under these extreme conditions our very first priority is providing safety! Lyons Fire is watching these conditions very closely and will be ready to respond immediately to any new fires in our District.

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Please stay safe and help us spread the word to use caution in these wildland areas!

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Fire Chief – J.J. Hoffman

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Braden Roecker

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Braden Roecker also known as “Awesome” or “Da Man” is a trained good looking Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician-Basic with I.V. He has been with Lyons Fire Protection District since 2008.

He currently works for Budweiser, as a welder and in maintenance tech. He also does some side welding jobs and has customized many of the LFPD vehicles and signs.

Braden has been married since June of 2002 and has six beautiful kids. Why does he have six kids? Because he is Awesome!.

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Eric Bennet

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Eric Bennett is a husband, and father of 3.  His interests include mountain biking, running and backpacking.  When not working, volunteering or cycling you can usually find him wrenching on his Volkswagen Karmann Ghia. He feels the town of Lyons is a hidden jewel and enjoys serving on the fire department.

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[cell_text]Eric Bennett, Cody Trevithick and Haden Fessenmeyer pose for the camera.[/cell_text]

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[cell_text]Eric Bennett, far left, and Dustin Easley, Middle, exit the decontamination tent in their “bunny suits” after having been cleared by the Boulder County HazMat Team.[/cell_text]

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Zach Hart

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[cell_text]Zach Hart joined LFPD in September 2011. Zach was born and raised in Longmont, Colorado and is still living in Longmont. He and his wife, Stephane, built a brand new house 8 years ago and live in with their two furry dog-kids, Sadie and Charlie. Zach enjoys playing golf and Scuba diving on his free time. Zach is currently working with a construction company building houses, remodeling, and pretty much anything to keep him busy. He is proud to be a LFPD Firefighter/EMT and really loves the community of Lyons. [/cell_text]

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