We are very excited to put this new utility vehicle in service soon! Thank you to FastLane Emergency Vehicles for getting this vehicle ready for us, and a big thank you to the Falcons Landing Military Retirement Community for the generous donations that made the purchase of this vehicle possible. Look for more information about the new Utility 618 soon! And, as you can see, you will see the new Utility out and about this winter. You know...if it ever snows again. 🙂#NewDelivery - Thank you to Sterling Volunteer Fire Co. for having FastLane complete this handsome Utility pickup conversion! #SterlingFire #SterlingVolunteerFire Sterling Volunteer Fire Company ... See MoreSee Less
SVFC Friday Volunteers and LCFR Respond to Downed Power Lines Incident SVFC volunteers on Friday Crew and LCFR personnel responded to a downed power lines call on Friday night, part of a large number of calls Thursday, Friday and Saturday related to severe weather. In this case, a probable microburst impacted trees and power poles in a local neighborhood.
Remember these safety tips if you come across downed power lines. Downed power lines are dangerous. Never touch them. For safety’s sake, always assume that a fallen power line is live, and follow these guidelines:
--Avoid touching the downed line with your hand or an object, such as a stick, broom or pole. --Avoid touching anything, such as a car, object or equipment, or anyone who is in contact with a fallen power line. --Keep children and pets away from fallen electric lines. --Avoid driving over a fallen power line. --Call 9-1-1 immediately to report a fallen power line. ... See MoreSee Less
Every year, in remembrance of the tragic events of 9-11-01, local scouts hold a flag retirement ceremony at the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company. We were very fortunate to have scouts from Cub scout pack 905, Boy scout troop 572 and Boy scout troop 950 performing this years ceremony.