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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Thinking about our #LAFD #Local112 brothers and sisters. 11 firefighters were injured in an explosion in downtown LA.

Local 935 sends our thoughts and prayers to the injured firefighters and their families.
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Thinking about our #LAFD #Local112 brothers and sisters. 11 firefighters were injured in an explosion in downtown LA. 

Local 935 sends our thoughts and prayers to the injured firefighters and their families.

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Prayers for the LA firefighters!

Tragic! Prayers for them and their families!

Sending prayers

Retired Firefighter here praying for quick healing to all my brother firefighters I LA.

Prayers for everyone involved

Sending prayers!!🙏🙏

Prayers and hugs...❤

Praying for everyone 🙏🙏🙏❤️

Prayers

Sending prayers🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏❤❤❤❤❤

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🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏❤️🙏🙏🙏

Gbu all

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#Facesof935 Highlighting our members

Captain Sean Markey was hired by Upland FD in 2006 as a FF/PM. He worked through the ranks and promoted to Captain in 2015. Sean worked as a flight paramedic through REACH helicopter for 2.5 years. In his time with UFD, he was on the Union E-board, developed a business inspection program, and helped create the truck program/training. Sean is currently stationed at FS224 in San Bernardino City. He is truck certified and still holds his paramedic license. He is involved in interviews for new recruits for SBCoFD. Sean and his wife, Denise, live in Alta Loma and have 3 boys; Blake, Bryce, and Jace ages 10, 8, and 7.

Engineer Russell Bell started his fire career by taking an EMT class at Chaffey College in 1987. He was hired by Mercy Ambulance, trained by Mark Machal, partnered with John Commander, and worked alongside Dave Burkart. He obtained a paramedic certification in 1990, and was hired by SBCoFD at a whopping $8.26 an hour. In 1998, Russell transferred to Lake Arrowhead and still says that his best year was at FS92 with Capt. Simonton and Eng. McKay in 2001. He promoted to Engineer in 2002 in Wrightwood but worked as the paramedic on the ambulance. Currently, Russell is at FS53 with an incredible crew. He enjoys his family on his days off and dreams of becoming a professional basketball player.

Firefighter Paramedic Austin Muro began his journey as an explorer with Chino Valley FPD in high school. He has been in EMS for 7 years and a Paramedic since 2014, and worked for AMR, the City and County of Honolulu EMS. He was hired with SBCoFD with Tower 9, and is assigned to FS25 in Crestline. Austin is an explorer advisor with Post 94, and currently working towards finishing his USAR specialty requirements. He lives in Lake Arrowhead with his wife, Makenna, and their 2 dogs. On his time off, he enjoys surfing, boxing, playing music, and the outdoors.

Ambulance Operator Paramedic Nicholas LeFay was hired by SBCoFD in November 2016. He has been assigned to FS25 in Crestline since being hired. He lives in Riverside with his wife, Natalie. On his off time, Nick enjoys camping, off-roading, and spending time with family.
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Thank you all for everything you do to keep your community safe. 👍👨‍🚒

Awesome.thank u for your service.stay safe

Be safe out there! Thank u for ur service!

Thank you all for your services and your dedication Stay safe, Stay strong and Stay Healthy

Thank you for your service 🙏🏻🇺🇸

Thank you all for your service!!! God Bless all first responders!!!

Congratulations

Congrats

Thank you!❤❤❤🇺🇸🙏

Engineer Bell and I were in the same EMT class.

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Nice

Thank you for your service 🇺🇸

Thank you for your service and sacrifice!👍❤❤🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Thank you for your job you doAMEN

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Over 30,000 firefighters strong. We stand united in the fight against #COVID19. #UnionIsAllOfUs ... See MoreSee Less

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God Bless All Firefighters Always Heroeos Amen

Thank you and may you always remain safe. 👍👨‍🚒

Thank you for your service 🇺🇸🇺🇸🙋‍♀️🙋‍♀️👍👍

God bless you all AMEN

Amen god bless you

Amen and God Bless our Firefighters

Thank You for Your service. God bless You and Your Famlies, and keep You safe.

God Bless you all and keep you safe!!

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Yes we are. It takes a village.

Yes.

Be safe

American heroes.

Thank you for your service and sacrifice!👍❤❤❤🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤

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#MembersintheMedia @abc7la On June 24, 2020 San Bernardino County Fire Crews were dispatched to a reported plane down near Cable Airport in the City of Upland. Crews extricated 1 victim and initiated patient care. The patient was transported to a trauma center w/minor injuries.

The best and safest way to enjoy the Fourth of July is to leave fireworks displays to the professionals and view from a distance. #IAFFSafetyTips

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