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Burn Awareness Week is February 3-9

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[cell_text]National Burn Awareness Week is February 3-9. The Colorado Division of Fire Prevention and Control joins fire and life safety educators across the state in reminding parents and caregivers that fire is just one cause of burn injuries. Children also can be seriously injured by hot foods and beverages, heating appliances, hot pots and pans, electrical currents and chemicals.
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[cell_text]This year’s focus of Burn Awareness Week is preventing scald burn injuries… [/cell_text]

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[cell_text]Click here to READ MORE…
DFPC Press Release 2013/02/02
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Lyons Fire is staffed by an all-volunteer force with a full time Fire Chief. Lyons Fire responds to a range of emergency incidents including: structural fire, technical rescue, search and rescue, emergency medical services, hazardous materials, natural disaster response, and wildland fires. The District has two stations where volunteers report to staff applicable apparatus for emergency response.

The primary station (Station 1) is located in the town of Lyons, and Station 2 is located near the Blue Mountain area of Larimer County. The district responds to and is aided by other nearby agencies for incidents beyond the equipment and personnel capabilities of a single district. Mutual Aid Agreements are in place, primarily for structural fires not served by fire hydrant systems, expanded wildland fire, technical rescue, and advanced life support medical services.

Now does this sound like the kind of place you want to donate your free time, support a wonderful community and help those in need? If so, please feel free to fill out an application by clicking the links below or contacting Mike Marzano, our recruitment and retention officer.

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