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 100 Mile House Fire Services Review - 2014

 100 Mile House Fire-Rescue 2013 Annual Report


 100 Mile House Fire-Rescue Response Stats 

2015 Response Stats 

  Jan  Feb  Mar  Apr  May   June   Jul   Aug  Sept   Oct    Nov   Dec   TOTAL 
FIRE  4 11                  19
RESCUE  12  5                 21
MEDICAL  13   7 12                  29
Other 1  0 0                 1
TOTAL  30   16 24   22                  70

 

 

  

 

 

2014 Response Stats - 278 Total Calls
Fire Calls - 83
Rescue Calls - 76
Medical Calls - 119

2013 Response Stats - 277 Total Calls
Fire Calls - 88
Rescue Calls - 86
Medical Calls - 103

2012 Response Stats - 322 Total Calls
Fire Calls - 63
Rescue Calls - 86
Medical Calls - 139
Other - 34

2011 Response Stats - 268 Total Calls
Fire - 47
Rescue - 95
Medical - 114
Other - 12

2010 Response Stats - 259 Total Calls
Fire - 86
Rescue - 99
Medical - 65
Other - 9

2009 Response Stats - 270 Total Calls
Fire - 109
Rescue - 101
Medical - 45
Other - 15


100 Mile House Fire-Rescue History

The Early Years
100 Mile House Fire-Rescue began as an unofficial brigade in 1954, after fire engulfed the Bridge Creek Estate Garage and 100 Mile's first movie house burned the previous year.  In 1956, the official volunteer fire department was formed with Ross Marks as 100 Mile's first fire chief.

Fundraising
Throughout the years, garage sales, dances and other events have been held by department and ladies' auxiliary members to raise money for fire service necessities.  In 1979, members raised $10,000.00 in only a few months toward the purchase of the Jaws of Life; and many vehicles, such as Rescue 11, have been purchased with dollars raised by the department.

The Department Today
Over the past few years, we have seen a steady increase in the number of annual calls.  With this increase, the average paid-on-call member spends approximately five hours per week completing fire department duties such as weekly training and responding to emergencies.
100 Mile House Fire-Rescue has evolved from not only fire suppression, but now includes rescue services, medical aid, and public education and awareness programs.  The department also has its own training facility that is fully accredited by the Justice Institute of British Columbia.  The continuing commitment and dedication of our past, present, and future members enables 100 Mile House Fire-Rescue to provide the community with a high level of service.

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