On Thursday, October 8th and Friday, October 9th, we had several guests from Ocean Breeze Elementary School. The Kindergarten classes of Mrs. Haire, Mrs. Smith, Mrs, Haire, and Mrs. Halloway walked to the station from the school to learn about fire safety. The classes first watched a short video on fire safety. They learned the […]
The firefighters and officers of the IHBVFD would like to thank everyone that has attended the 2015 Open House on October 3rd. We believe it was the best turn out we have ever had! [Show as slideshow] 12►
Tonight, Mark Ray and Tony Coleman were promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.
Did you see smoke coming from the station last night? Don’t worry, it was only a drill! We used our powerful smoke machine to smoke out the hall, and had our crews perform several search and rescue scenarios. Everyone did an excellent job.
On July 1, 2015 at approximately 4:15PM, The Indian Harbour Beach Volunteer Fire Department was paged out to a vehicle fire on Kristi Dr. We are glad to say that no one was injured. [Show as slideshow] 12► If anyone has any media of this fire, we would like to see it! Please email […]
On March 21 and 22, four Indian Harbour Beach firefighters completed the Emergency Vehicles Operation Course. Firefighters Muldoon, Hozdish, Coleman and Glidden learned about how to safely drive an emergency vehicle while responding to calls, events, or trainings.
On January 10, 2015, the Indian Harbour Beach Volunteer Fire Department held its annual awards night. Awards night is when firefighters get recognized for their outstanding service and dedication to the fire department. Here are the recipients of the awards: Most trainings/drills: Firefighters Jack Hozdish & Matthew Cooch Signal 25 (Fire calls): Firefighters Craig Finkelstein […]
One of our firefighters has made a 10 minute video of pictures and video taken within 2014. As always, we would like to thank everyone that has helped make 2014 a great year! We look forward to seeing you in 2015!
In the year of 2014, we have responded to 116 incidents. 11 of those were fires, 4 rescues, 12 hazardous conditions (gas spills, suspicious odors, etc), 39 service calls (assists, smoke/odor removal, etc), and 50 false alarms. The most common day we received a call was Thursday with 24 incidents followed by Saturday with 23 […]