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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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#MembersInTheMedia @cbsla On November 13 2020 just after 8:00pm San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to a Light Aircraft crash near the San Bernardino International Airport. San Bernardino County Sheriff's helicopter 40-KING was requested to help locate the down aircraft. The crash site was located in the Santa Ana riverbed near East Cooley Drive and Cooley Court. Firefighters hiked to the scene and located an adult male trapped in a Cessna 152 which had sustained heavy damage during the crash. The victim was removed from the wreckage and carried out to additional EMS personnel. The victim was transported to an area trauma center for treatment of potentially life threatening injuries. No additional injuries were reported to firefighters or civilians. #SBCoFD responded with Five Engines, One Truck Company, an ARFF Crash Rig, One Water Tender, a HazMat Team, and Two Chief Officers totaling 31 personnel. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 weeks ago

San Bernardino County Professional Firefighters Local 935

LIGHT AIRCRAFT CRASHES IN SAN BERNARDINO

Just after 8:00pm, San Bernardino County Fire’s crash station at San Bernardino International Airport was notified by the control tower of an incoming aircraft with a declared emergency. A pilot had announced an engine failure with intentions to land on Runway 6.

While units were responding, the control tower stated it had lost both radio and visual contact with the aircraft approximately one mile southwest of the field.

With no additional 911 calls to assist in locating the site, fire units began a hasty search of the industrial properties in the area. San Bernardino Sheriff’s helicopter, 40-KING, was requested and ultimately located the incident in the Santa Ana riverbed near East Cooley Drive and Cooley Court.

Firefighters hiked to the scene and located an adult male trapped in a Cessna 152 which had sustained heavy damage during the crash. The victim was removed from the wreckage and carried out to additional personnel.

There was no post-incident fire. A fuel leak was mitigated before it had the chance to travel into the river. Conflicting reports led to a search of the area for an additional victim before confirmation was obtained that the pilot was in fact the sole occupant.

The victim was transported to an area trauma center for treatment of potentially life threatening injuries. No additional injuries were reported to firefighters or civilians.

SBCoFD responded with five engines, one truck company, an ARFF crash rig, one water tender, a HazMat team, and two chief officers totaling 31 personnel.
The scene has been turned over to San Bernardino City Police Department with notifications to the FAA and NTSB.

Date/Time: November 13, 2020 8:02pm
Location: Santa Ana River near Cooley Ct, San Bernardino
Incident: Off-Airport Aircraft Crash Incident#: 20-259829
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LIGHT AIRCRAFT CRASHES IN SAN BERNARDINO

Just after 8:00pm, San Bernardino County Fire’s crash station at San Bernardino International Airport was notified by the control tower of an incoming aircraft with a declared emergency.  A pilot had announced an engine failure with intentions to land on Runway 6.

While units were responding, the control tower stated it had lost both radio and visual contact with the aircraft approximately one mile southwest of the field.

With no additional 911 calls to assist in locating the site, fire units began a hasty search of the industrial properties in the area.  San Bernardino Sheriff’s helicopter, 40-KING, was requested and ultimately located the incident in the Santa Ana riverbed near East Cooley Drive and Cooley Court.  

Firefighters hiked to the scene and located an adult male trapped in a Cessna 152 which had sustained heavy damage during the crash.  The victim was removed from the wreckage and carried out to additional personnel.

There was no post-incident fire.  A fuel leak was mitigated before it had the chance to travel into the river.  Conflicting reports led to a search of the area for an additional victim before confirmation was obtained that the pilot was in fact the sole occupant. 

The victim was transported to an area trauma center for treatment of potentially life threatening injuries. No additional injuries were reported to firefighters or civilians.

SBCoFD responded with five engines, one truck company, an ARFF crash rig, one water tender, a HazMat team, and two chief officers totaling 31 personnel. 
The scene has been turned over to San Bernardino City Police Department with notifications to the FAA and NTSB. 

Date/Time: November 13, 2020 8:02pm
Location: Santa Ana River near Cooley Ct, San Bernardino
Incident: Off-Airport Aircraft Crash Incident#: 20-259829

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Prayers for the pilot. Great work by the emergency teams.

What a commendable rescue!

Praying for him and his family!!!!

Thank y’all for your service stay safe and healthy 🙏❤️🙏

Thank God for all involved in the rescue and kept a new fire from starting GOD BLESS YOU ALL

Great work o

God bless our firefighters 🙏💙

Thank you all.🇺🇸

Wow yes good job😻

Praying for him.God bless him.

God bless y’all

Lee Coe

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🙏🏻❤️🙏🏻

Great job

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2 weeks ago

San Bernardino County Professional Firefighters Local 935

Four Structure Fires Keeps San Bernardino Area Crews Busy

In a 24-hour period Division 2 fire crews and fire investigators stayed extremely busy, battling two commercial structure fires, two residential fires & other routine calls.

Second Alarm Commercial Fire
11/16/2020 5:40am
Crews responded to the 700 block of North “E” St to find heavy smoke showing from a vacant 4-story office building. Large pockets of fire were found on first floor. Fire was knocked down in 30 minutes.

Residential Structure Fire
11/16/2020, 11:13am
Units were dispatched to a reported garage fire in the 700 block of S “K” Street. Crews quickly arrived to find smoke and fire showing from an attached garage. Fire was knocked down in 15 minutes, fire held to garage with minimal extension.

Commercial Structure Fire
11/17/2020, 1:02am
Crews arrived on scene to find smoke and fire showing from the exterior of a commercial occupancy in the 700 blk of East 9th Street. Crews quickly knocked the fire down, minimal extension to the building.

Residential Structure Fire
11/17/2020, 2:00am
#SBCoFD units were dispatched to the 5900 block of Newcomb St to find a two story home well involved. Fire was knocked down in 45 minutes.

Thanks to Visyak Photography & News for photos of the Newcomb incident.
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A huge thanks for all you do🙏💙🇺🇸

Que bueno que pudieron controlar el fuego. Dios les siga ayudando en todo y les dé inteligencia de lo alto para actuar en esos momentos de emergencias.

These guys are such heroes.

Tragic!

Our Hero's at work. Stay safe.

Thank You for your service it’s truly appreciated and stay safe everyone ❤️

THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR SERVICE

Bless you all

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#MembersInTheMedia @cbsla On November 13 2020 just after 8:00pm San Bernardino County Fire responded to a Light Aircraft crash near the San Bernardino International Airport. San Bernardino County Sheriff's helicopter 40-KING was requested to help locate the down aircraft.

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