FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT)- In 2017, the fire department received more than 20 thousand calls, over 90 thousand hours of training, and installed over 600 smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in Fort Wayne. While they have great numbers, they hope to do even more this year.
"Know that in less than four minutes, you will have the highest level of care possible to you as soon as those people arrive," says Fire Chief Eric Lahey.
The next firefighter recruit class will begin in March with 21 recruits.
- FWFD, city officials review last year's successes
- FWFD accepting applications
- FWFD: water rescue not resumed
- FWFD investigating structure fire in Waynedale
- FWFD unveils new ladder truck one
- FWFD graduates 90th class of firefighters
- State doesn't require CO detectors, FWFD warns against poisoning
- Meijer donates to FWFD "Fill the Boot" fundraiser
- Mayor Henry, FWPD, and FWFD recap 2018; plan for 2019
- Media year in review: All the big changes from 2018