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Anaheim Fire & Rescue distributes ‘water watcher’ kits to curb child drownings

With summer in full swing, personnel from Anaheim Fire & Rescue are hitting community swimming pools in an effort to curb one of the most preventable of tragedies: Child drownings. In a new...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue’s new Station 5 is a ‘real palace’ that will cut response times

As he made his way through Anaheim Fire & Rescue’s brand-new Station 5, City of Orange Fire Chief Jack Thomas admitted to having a little station envy. “Yeah, I do,” he said with a...

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Firefighter has ‘burning need’ to help others, but in this case, he needed the help

How badly did he want to help people? Growing up in coastal South Africa, Rich “Dickie” Sprout used the ocean as his personal gym, even though he couldn’t stand the feel of sand between his...

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Thankful Thursday with Anaheim Fire & Rescue

It's Thankful Thursday with Anaheim Fire & Rescue, which last year reached out to personnel at the Orange County Fire Authority who were displaced by a station fire. Check out the video below....

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Anaheim firefighters revamp workouts with life-changing results

For an hour a day, they go hardcore. With the music on, the doors open, and plenty of water nearby, Anaheim Fire & Rescue employees are jumping, squatting, and hip hinging their way to good...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue's 'Baby Goat Party' is, no kidding, a huge success

Scores of people showed up Saturday, June 30, for a “Baby Goat Party” hosted by Anaheim Fire & Rescue. They waited in line to mingle with 100 or so baby goats and their 60 mama goats that...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue tests new tank to help fight wildfires

A metal tank equipped with remote controls sits amid dry brush on a hillside in the summer heat. With the push of a button, a helicopter pilot fills the tank with water – saving precious time –...

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Chow Time with Anaheim Fire & Rescue: On a serious health kick at Station 7

The aging kitchen, built in the early 1960s at Anaheim Fire & Rescue’s Station 7, may be seriously old school (and in serious need of upgrading), but the food being cooked there --- and the...

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The goats return to Anaheim to clear vegetation in recurring fire-safety program

A herd of about 180 Boer, Spanish, and Nubian goats cleared vegetation in Deer Canyon Park in Anaheim on June 13, a regular people-pleasing strategy of managing and clearing vegetation to protect...

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Anaheim Fire & Rescue honors newest firefighters, promotees during annual ceremony

New firefighters and those with new titles were honored on Friday, May 18 during the Anaheim Fire & Rescue annual Promotion and Graduation Ceremony at City National Grove of Anaheim. In addition...

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