Training Group Holds Live Fire Training

KENT (King County), Washington

Credit : Mtn View Fire & Rescue

Training partners, King County Fire Districts 20 (Skyway Fire) and 2 (Burien/Normandy Park), along with Enumclaw FD and Mountain View Fire & Rescue held their annual Live Fire training collectively over this past weekend. The training was located at Puget Sound Fire’s Station 74, located in Kent.

A TEAM THAT TRAINS TOGETHER, IS SAFE TOGETHER.

King County Fire District #20

The King County Fire District #20 is also known as Sky Fire that is a combination department including volunteer and paid firefighters serving Bryn Mawr, Skyway, Lakeridge, Earlington, and Campbell Hill. They provide fire protection and EMS to residents in a three-square-mile area of South King County (southeast of Seattle). They have three Fire Commissioners.

King County Fire District #2

KCFD2 is also known as Burien Fire, which provides Fire protection and EMS services to the citizens of Burien and Normandy Park. They have two stations (28 and 29), with a total YTD (April) of 1,860 all calls. In 2020 they had a total of 5,000 total calls. These stations are both located in Burien.

Enumclaw Fire Department

EFD has two stations according to their website in both Enumclaw and Cumberland, located in south King County. Call volume (as of October 2021 YTD) has reached 2,201 calls for service.

About Mountain View Fire & Rescue

MVFR serves the citizens of South King County in a 70-square mile radius that covers areas such as the City of Black Diamond, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Auburn, Kent, and Enumclaw. Learn more about their agency by visiting them at http://www.mvfire.org.

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