CKFRs A-Shift rescued a man from his roof yesterday after he injured himself in a fall. Crews attended to his injuries, placed him in a victim harness, and used rescue rope to safely bring him to the ground. He was transported to the hospital for care.
Two little racoons were brought to us by a concerned citizen after finding them in a park without their mother. After speaking to our local Fish and Wildlife Officer, we want to encourage people to leave wildlife alone. Although it may be tempting to rescue babies without a mom, often times mom will come back to get them later. These two have been accepted by West Sound Wildlife Shelter until they are large enough to be released. They will be spending their night at Station 56 until they can be dropped off tomorrow by Paramedic Cooper (pictured).
Station 51s B-shift responded to a vehicle fire over the weekend. There were no injuries. The van was fully involved upon firefighters arrival, but their quick efforts to extinguish it prevented worse damage to the fence.
CKFR crews responded to a call of a car into a garage this evening. The driver was uninjured, but unable to get out of her vehicle. Firefighters were able to make room for her to exit safely.
Lt. Chris Bigelow & AO Marcus Oliver worked with local residents today to rescue two ducklings that fell into a storm drain. The little duckies are currently with neighbors while they wait for Mama Duck to return.
5300 NW Newberry Hill Road,
Silverdale, WA 98383