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Muskegon Heights Fire Department
2715 Baker Street
Muskegon Heights, MI 49444
Phone: Main 231-733-8890
Administration and Fire Investigations
Chief Christopher Dean –firstname.lastname@example.org
Request for proposal for thepurchase of one (1) Fire Pumper (Fire Engine) apparatus and auxiliary equipment
The City of Muskegon Heights has adopted the ICC 2018 International Fire Code.
With much excitement today, we took delivery of our new fire engine from Rosenbauer Group and Emergency Vehicles Plus! We are thankful for the hard work and careful consideration given to this purchase by City Council. This critical purchase enhances our aging fleet and enables us to continue to provide a high level of service to the community.
Over the next couple of weeks, we will train and prepare the new unit for service. You may occasionally see the new engine on the streets while we prepare it for emergencies. This critical step assures our staff is ready when the engine is fully in service.
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Looks nice! Congratulations!
Nice! I think my dad would be impressed too. It’s awesome! Congratulations Muskegon Heights Fire Dept. ❤️🚒❤️
I'm so glad you have a new truck for the community. So blessed to have watched the Rhino take care of those same people for 24 years. Congrats!
WOW!!! Congratulations Muskegon Heights Fire Department!!!🚒❤️👍🏻
Very impressive truck! She is ready for duty!! Congratulations!!
Congratulations! A great new asset to your fleet.
Congratulations hoping for many years of success with this nice looking engine.
drive safe on the road when going through potholes! Enjoy the new truck!
Looks real nice, good job
Beautiful new engine! Congratulations!!!
Looks amazing! Great job!
Congratulations. Much needed equipment to do a difficult job. The truck will mean a lot to those who need it’s service.
Nice, congratulations. Beautiful truck
Nice truck won’t last with the roads
Congratulations! What a great addition to your community! 🚒
Nice work congratulations City council
Lookin’ good, Chief; congratulations! 👏👍😜🚒🧯
Excited for you guys! These are not cheap! Awesome!
Congratulations! She’s a beauty!
Congrats! Beautiful truck!
Congratulations! It's a beauty!
Congratulations on the beautiful new truck.
Wonderful new addition...congratulations!!
All too often, firefighters deal with moments of trauma and tragedy. But today, Muskegon Heights Firefighters were able to help deliver a little bit of happiness to the owner of this dog.
After falling approximately 20 feet onto an iced-over containment area in the old wastewater treatment, escape without technical assistance was not possible. Lieutenant John Kriger climbed down to reach the stranded canine and carried him safely. Following the rescue, the dog was checked out by Pound Buddies. ... See MoreSee Less
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Great job Muskegon Heights Fire Dept.
Awesome. Hope this place gets fenced or filled in
John Kriger wouldn't have this any other way.#Muskegon Heights Fire Department
Nice job John and the other back up guys. Thank you.
What a great job you guys did!!!’
Awesome Job!!!! But they need to close that up someway...
Wow! It wasn't easy carrying the dog up that ladder!
Great job 💙
Great work MHFD!
Stellar work fellas!
Strong work Footz!
Lyla Jones. This is Johnny.
I share it 🐾🤝🥰💖👨🚒🚒🎵🌲🙇♂️❣️
Great job fellas!
Those should be filled in with dirt or something.. would be sad for a child to fall into that
Why is this pit open? What if a kid fell in... another blunder thanks to the leadership of the Heights or lack of!
Thank you !
At approximately 11:55 AM, Muskegon Fire Department and Muskegon Heights Fire Dept responded to a reported house fire on the border of our two cities just inside Muskegon Heights. Initial reports were of a person trapped in the home on the second floor.
Upon arrival, Muskegon Firefighters observed smoke and flames from the second floor of the home. Immedately Muskegon Professional Firefighters - IAFF Local 370 Firefighters began conducting an aggressive interior fire attack and search for victims. Within minutes Muskegon Heights Firefighters joined the crew from Muskegon City. Firefighters located the 58-year-old male fire victim and stopped the fire from spreading in less than 10 minutes.
The victim was found in his bedroom, where the fire originated. Individuals close to the victim told investigators that he was a heavy smoker. The victim's name is being withheld to give the family opportunity to notify additional family and autopsy findings.
A team of investigators from Muskegon Heights Fire Dept, Muskegon Heights Police Department, Muskegon Fire Department, Muskegon Police Department and the Michigan State Police is conducting the fire investigation.
Initial indications point to the fire being accidental.
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Prayers for his family.
Prayers to this gentleman’s family as well as 1st responders.
Our deepest condolences go out to the departments and families of the two Michigan firefighters who died in the line of duty recently.
A village of Paw Paw Fire Department firefighter died three days ago after coming in contact with a power line. Today a City of Flint Fire Department firefighter died in the line of duty following a structure fire.
Sadly two Michigan firefighters within four days who have died serving their communities. Please keep both communities in your thoughts and prayers.
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So incredibly sad! 😔 Prayers for these families. Lisa Wilks Wright this takes me back to January 1986 when our dads were fighting the Vandervelde’s fire on Broadway. Your dad and three other firemen were almost killed in that blaze. 😬 Not sure if you remember. Very very scary but our dads loved their jobs. Miss them both!
Prayers for both families for their loss. Thank you for your service. 🙏🏻
Put a perspective on the job firefighters do. God bless you all and prayers for comfort and peace to the families.
Current predictions from the National Weather Service. While things often change, planning for the worst weather conditions is best.
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