98,119

Medical Calls

6,328

Fires

1,785

Public Assists

693

Suppression Personnel

IAFF Local 935, is a labor organization that represents the men and women of the San Bernardino County , Big Bear City , Big Bear Lake, Colton, Loma Linda , and Montclair Fire Departments. Its members are dedicated to the protection and safety of the Communities they serve. The firefighters of Local 935 are committed to the well being  of the public through our humanitarian efforts, donations, and events. 

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https://www.iafflocal935.org/community

                                        

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You guys are the greatest.

Be safe, God bless you

Just be safe. Firefighter here from Delaware.

Thanks for the great job you guys do.

Heroes!

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The Mayor of San Bernardino made a special visit to see Engineer Weiss when he was at the hospital. The Mayor expressed his sincere thank you for what firefighters are willing to sacrifice for others.
We appreciate Mayor Valdivia’s continued support.
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The Mayor of San Bernardino made a special visit to see Engineer Weiss when he was at the hospital. The Mayor expressed his sincere thank you for what firefighters are willing to sacrifice for others. 
We appreciate Mayor Valdivia’s continued support.

 

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Love the heroes that protect us and keep us safe. Thanks for your service Drew! Keep up the good work on the road to recovery! 🚒 🇺🇸 ♥️ Hugs, Robin and Kevin

God Bless these heroes!

God bless you guys for helping thank you for your service prayers are with u

Thank you for your service it’s truly appreciated

Hoping Andrew is ok!!!

God bless you thank you for your service

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FIREFIGHTERS CONTINUE TO RECOVER FROM SAN BERNARDINO STRUCTURE FIRE

Three of our members continue to recuperate from injuries sustained during a residential structure fire before Christmas.

On Saturday, December 22, just after noon, members from San Bernardino County Professional Firefighters #Local935 responded to a single family residence on fire in the 900 block of east 2nd Street in the city of San Bernardino. Upon arrival, first responders were advised that people were trapped inside the home.

Making entry under heavy #fire conditions, #firefighters began to search for victims. One subject was quickly located inside the residence and determined to be deceased. Continuing their search, our members located an additional unconscious victim, rescued the subject from the structure, initiated resuscitative measures and transferred care to exterior crews.

During the fire attack, an exterior crew was conducting a survey of the fireground when an attached portion of the structure collapsed trapping all three firefighters beneath a large debris pile.

Additional firefighters immediately took action and were able to extract the trapped parties. Additional fire personnel and ambulances were dispatched to the scene to support the ongoing firefight and treat the additional victims.

All three trapped firefighters, a captain, engineer, and firefighter/paramedic were from the same company. They were treated and transported to area hospitals with injuries that included back injuries and an extremity fracture. One firefighter remained hospitalized for multiple days after undergoing surgery while the other two returned home to their families to continue their recoveries.

Local 935 thanks the community for their outpouring of support. Specifically we would like recognize our law enforcement brothers and sisters at SEBA and California Assemblyman James Ramos for reaching out so quickly with their offers of assistance.

Our thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by this incident, and all of our Local 935 family.

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My son's a firefighter/paramedic I pray for his safety every day and his coworkers too. God bless.

Hope injured will, or have recovered! Thanks to all firefighters! ❤

God bless you guys for helping

God bless them.

Firefighters are the greatest!

Prayers to all three for a full and speedy recovery

Praying for a speedy recovery and healthy future!

QUE DIOS LOS BENDIGAAA,Y MUCHAS GRACIAS.

Prayers for complete recovery

Thanks! & prayers 🚒

Prayers!

Prayers to all & thank u for all that u do !!

🙏prayers for the firemen and families

God bless and protect them!

get well soon

Prayers for a speedy recovery for all involved.

Our unsung heroes love them

God Bless The Firefighters!

True heroes!

Prayers

Thank you for your service it’s truly appreciated and get better soon guys. Stay safe firefighters

Praying for a full recovery for the three of them 💙💙💙🙏🏻

Prayers.

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We wish you well @YourFireChief . You have proudly led us and moved our organization forward! #SBCoFD #Local935 #Partnership

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#CountyFire #REACHAirMedicalServices #SanBernardino #Pilot #Nurse #Paramedic #FlightCrew #Crew #HEMS #EMS #FireDept

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