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2018 Promotional and Swearing in Ceremony

Fire Chief Jon Cokefair, April 17

On April 11th, The First Fire Protection District of Antioch celebrated the promotions of Deputy Chief Jim Cook, Lieutenant Nicholas Elkin, Lieutenant Nicholas Godin, and Lieutenant Francisco Contreras-Gomez. The celebration continued with the swearing in of the newest members of the First Fire Protection District.
Congratulations to all of you.
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No Caption Flood Awareness Week Flood Safety Tips

Fire Chief Jon Cokefair, March 14

Flood Awareness Week Flood Safety Tips
Last July, Lake County experienced record flooding, resulting in flood damage to about 3,500 homes. In honor of Flood Awareness Week (March 12-16), and because spring is fast approaching, everyone should take some time to review flood safety information so they are better prepared if flooding occurs.

Property Protection Measures
There are many ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Cadet Parent Night

Fire Chief Jon Cokefair, February 16

The cadets had to teach their parents what the Instructors have taught them. We did bowling with hose, forcing the door open, and air packs. The parents and grand parents had a great time!
Many thanks to the instructors and all who participated.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Staff, January 24

This 2002 American LaFrance Pumper built by Alexis saw its share of action in Antioch. This tried pony has found a new home in Glencoe Kentucky. Glencoe is a small volunteer department in northern Kentucky that runs about 400 calls per year. The 2002 pumper with over 97,000 miles mechanically struggled to keep pace with 3100 call per year in Antioch but will find the slower pacer will allow for a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Help us "Keep the Wreath Red"

Staff, November 28

The "Keep the Wreath Red" program is used to raise fire safety awareness during the holiday season and has become an annual event, Each Antioch Fire Station has a wreath that is wrapped with red lights. The wreaths remain lit twenty-four hours a day during the holiday season. If a fire occurs that is determined to be the result of a holiday decoration, a white bulb replaces a red bulb on the wreath. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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2018 Incidents
FIRE EMS
JAN 98 190
FEB 58 175
MAR 70 164
APR
MAY
JUNE
JULY
AUG
SEPT
OCT
NOV
DEC
Total
Total 226 529

2017 Incidents
FIRE EMS
JAN 82 189
FEB 58 151
MAR 76 179
APR 60 174
MAY 90 174
JUN 102 185
JULY 88 219
AUG 70 185
SEPT 66 191
OCT 67 181
NOV 71 180
DEC 91 209
Total 921 2217

2016 Incidents
Fire EMS
JAN 69 147
FEB 45 180
MAR 52 186
APR 56 145
MAY 49 173
JUN 54 191
JUL 71 208
AUG 54 202
SEP 66 193
OCT 46 193
NOV 43 172
DEC 93 154
Total 698 2144

2015 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 74 149
Feb 54 139
Mar 52 153
Apr 64 160
May 53 156
Jun 80 161
Jul 73 191
Aug 66 175
Sep 58 187
Oct 62 152
Nov 55 141
Dec 67 190
Total 758 1954
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