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Crews constantly evolving with new rescue techniques. ... See MoreSee Less

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Including some very steady work by your camera person. 😁#GimbalForTheWin

Firefighters working on vehicle extrication with the spreaders. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good job Brewer!!😉

Jaws of life?

Cool tool!!

B12 holding dozer line on North Fire. No structures were lost. #Wildlandfirefighter #firefighter #PFFN #fire #teamwork ... See MoreSee Less

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Approximately 150 boxes of girl scout cookies and other pre-packaged snacks were dropped off for the awesome firefighters after the Numbers Fire by the REACH for JOY group.

A Dozer cuts line around multiple properties on the north fire while crews perform structure protection. #Wildlandfirefighter #PFFN #firefighter #dozer ... See MoreSee Less

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Take care and be safe 🙏🏻

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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

East Fork Professional Firefighters local 3726 is based in Carson Valley, Nevada. Organized November 23, 1996, EFPF represents the interests of the firefighters and firefighter/paramedics serving the more than 600 square miles that make up Douglas County.

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Approximately 150 boxes of girl scout cookies and other pre-packaged snacks were dropped off for the awesome firefighters after the Numbers Fire by the REACH for JOY group.
East fork crews take down a flag as fire comes through on the north fire.
We have a HOT weekend ahead! Keep an eye on your children as you cool off in the pool, lakes and rivers. Even if they know how to swim, don’t leave them unattended. Stay cool, stay safe! We are always here if you need us.
Big thank you to these awesome kids - Lily, Ashtyn, Max, Leo and Caysen - for delivering Costco pizzas to our crews still working the Topsy Lane hot spots. Your kindness is greatly appreciated!
Community support is a beautiful thing! If you wish to help with their cause join from 11a-3p today at Plumgate Center or reach out to Chef Mark Silva. #SupportLocal #EFPF #EFPF3726 #PFFN #IAFF
A great post about our outstanding firefighters. We preach STEWARDSHIP not customer service and this exemplifies our concept. We have great employees!
Fire is currently burning on both sides of US HWY 395 south of Gardnerville. 395 remains closed in both directions. Multiple homes have been evacuated in the Pine View Estates and Bodie Flat area. Multiple local and federal fire agencies assisting. 

Again, PLEASE stay out of the area.
Crews cleaning hose getting ready for the next job. Have a great 4th of July and stay safe. #america #1776
Happy Independence Day from EFPF! We hope you and your family have a safe and fun weekend. If you need us, we are always here for you! 
It may be tempting to light your own fireworks since the large displays are canceled this year but remember it is illegal and can cause dangerous wildfires. Let's play safe! 
 #EFPF #FireworksSafety #FourthOfJuly #IndependenceDay
Crews stayed busy yesterday while battling a Wildland fire in the distance and sending a patient off with @careflightofficial
Come out to donate blood at the Carson Valley Inn Summer Blood Drive! All donors this summer will receive free COVID-19 antibody testing. To thank you for your donation, you will receive a coupon for a free pint of Tahoe Creamery ice cream. We hope you show up to donate!
Carson Valley Inn Casino
EFFPD on scene of a 1/4 acre wildland fire caused by an exploding oxygen tank used by target shooters. Use extreme caution when target shooting in dry conditions.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Western Nevada kids made this awesome banner for us and sent it with a large box of chocolates. Thank you for thinking of us. We love the banner and our connection with the youth members in Carson Valley and Carson City!
Boys & Girls Club of Western Nevada - Carson Valley
East Fork now has blood draw capabilities after starting an IV. This new procedure allows us to draw blood in the field so hospital staff can treat the patient faster. These labs are required to treat heart attacks, stroke and other serious medical conditions.
To the families of the men and women who have lost their lives in service, we wish you a day filled with love and comfort this Memorial Day and every day.
Carson Tahoe Health is celebrating Emergency Medical Services Week with snacks for the crews that come through their hospital. Thank you for recognizing us and all the emergency medical services that serve their communities everyday!
Brush 14 doing some drafting out of the river. Crews can find water sources other than hydrants to refill tanks.
East Fork Professional Firefighters Association endorses Nathan Tolbert District 5, Re-Elect Larry Walsh, and Danny Tarkanian for Douglas County Board of Commissioners. We believe they are the best candidates to support stabilized growth, which includes business, in the county that will sustain the rural lifestyle we all love while also maintaining the infrastructure - fire protection, law enforcement, education, county employees, roads, water systems, etc. - of the community.
We love supporting our community! 
Last week C shift helped with a birthday surprise for an immune compromised 13 year old girl. We sang happy birthday and sprayed silly string on her from a distance. What an awesome experience for all involved!
Today for International Firefighters’ Day we celebrate the dedicated men and women of the fire service! We hope you will join us in taking a moment to reflect and honor those who have tragically died in the line of duty. Thank you to our firefighter family here and everywhere for the sacrifices you make every day.
We rescued three teens that jumped off the Power Dam and got trapped at the base. One was transported for minor hypothermia symptoms. This is a great time to remind you that as the weather gets nicer, please find a safer place to swim.
Congratulations to Firefighter/ AEMT Mason Jackson, Firefighter/EMTB Nolan Brockage, Firefighter/AEMT Marc Brizuela and Firefighter/Paramedic Jeff Hirschmann on passing your probationary year. They are ready after completing a grueling 14-week academy and successfully passing stringent firefighting and EMS related modules quarterly. They have been pushed mentally and physically to their max capabilities and these four men have proven their ability to function as an all-risk firefighter within the East Fork Fire Protection District.  Welcome to the East Fork Professional Firefighters family.
Firehouse meals are competitive not only for taste but to keep a budget as each member of the crew buys in at the beginning of shift.
A controlled burn became uncontrollable and EFFPD stepped in to contain a 1 acre fire this afternoon.  Make sure to get a burn permit follow the guidelines and know when you are allowed to burn.
In preparation for wildland season station 14 crew went 1.5 miles up 1000 vertical feet with 50 lbs of progressive hose packs on their back.
Shout out to one of our AMAZING local businesses!!! Bently Heritage has changed its operations from distilling alcohol to making hand sanitizer and disinfectant and donating it to local medical clinics to help during these unprecedented times. East Fork is doing our part by distributing to our medical clinics in the community.
COVID-19 has changed how we all live; we are all embarking into uncharted territory. If you or your family are struggling with anxiety during this time know you are not alone, consider these measures to help with coping with these feelings.
Practicing drags with blacked out face shields to simulate real conditions.
Nevada Department of Transportation is encouraging families to get outside on Wednesdays for #WalkAndRollNV to help promote families staying active while they #StayHomeForNevada. Remember to practice #SocialDistancing by staying six feet away from anyone outside your family. We want you to be safe while being active, please make sure you read the traffic safety tips NDOT compiled here: https://ecs.page.link/B4N6C
Crews working out together to maintain fitness at the station.
We all need to do our part. #StayHomeForDouglas
Two of our staff members are currently assigned to the Quad County EOC helping support COVID-19 operations. This is a multifaceted effort and is definitely not a typical assignment.
Firefighters preparing to take care of Covid-19 patients with protective gowns, masks and eye protection. This equipment is very limited in the pre hospital and hospital settings with firefighters and nurses having to reuse a lot of supplies. While we are here for you please do your part and limit exposure to the community.
Lowering the flag to half-mast to honor Nevada Highway Patrol Sgt. Ben Jenkins who was killed on-duty today.

There's a lot of joking that goes back and forth between LEOs and Firefighters, but at the end of the day, we are all family and this hurts. Please join us in taking a moment of silence to honor our fallen brother.
Firefighters supporting local business during tough times.
While we are all social distancing, now would be a great time to declutter your home! Keeping your home clutter-free means less time tripping over stuff and more time saving you, your family and your home. Help us help you!
Rain, snow and shine crews on duty.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Don’t rely on luck to keep you safe today. Remember, don’t drink and drive and have a designated driver or call a sober driver to take you home! Party safe! We are always here if you need us, but we don’t want to have to see you tonight.
Probationary firefighters working on core competencies.