Happy #firestationfriday! We hope you all had a great week and wanted to share with you this weeks fire station Friday, Fire Station 4. Fire Station 4 is located on Armstrong Ave, just south of Shaw Ave in Southeast Clovis. This station houses a crew of 3 firefighters working a 48 hour shift protecting the citizens of Clovis. Station 4’s apparatus include Engine 44, Water Tender 40 and Brush Engine 40. These engines are strategically placed at this station due to its close proximity to rural response areas in the rapidly growing eastern portion of Clovis. Thank you for taking the time to view our #firestationfriday feature. As always, if you have any questions or if there is something you would like us to share, please let us know! #servicewithpride ... See MoreSee Less
Pretty impressive sight here in the airport over in Australia as fires rage around their homeland. We may be from different countries and different backgrounds, but we are all human which means every now and again we need help, even if from across the world. Hats off to these brave firefighters for being willing to do what they do and so far away from home. Our prayers for good health and safety go out to all of you fighting this terrible disaster.
Clovis Firefighters responded to another working fire this morning. The incident occurred in the area of Woodworth and 9th near downtown Clovis. T41 arrived on scene and reported smoke showing from the attic and confirmed a working fire. The Fire was brought under control in 11 minutes. There were no injuries to fire personnel or civilians and the cause is currently under investigation. #ServicewithPride... See MoreSee Less
Clovis Firefighters are currently on scene of a working structure fire in the area of Clovis Ave and Nees Ave in North Clovis. Units on scene report smoke showing from a single story residence. Please avoid the area while units work the incident. #ServicewithPride... See MoreSee Less
The Central Valley Blood Center badly needs our help. We have received word from County EMS that levels are truly and critically low, especially type O. If you have the time to go and donate please do as this is what helps the community in their time of serious need.The Central California Blood Center needs our help to replenish the Valley's blood supply, which is at a CRITICALLY low level. And what better way to kick off the new year than by doing our part to help save local lives! Saint Agnes will host an emergency blood drive, tomorrow, Tuesday, January 7, from 7 a.m.-1 p.m. The bloodmobile will be parked in front of the hospital at the top of the circle. Everyone is welcome to donate, so come out and help us help Valley patients! ... See MoreSee Less