TX Reeling From Post-Storm Affects – 2

POST SUMMARY State of Texas, known as The Lone Star State was hit extremely hard from by a Category 4 Hurricane (Harvey) that made landfall late evening on Friday, August 25, 2017.  It was downgraded to a Category 2 later but not before the storm unleashed its fury of downpours.  

This storm is due to produce ever more water than the areas can even hold flooding structures, infrastructures, threatening the State’s economy.    The storm reached its peak intensity slamming into Rockport sustaining much of the extreme amount of damage.  Many parts of the State have been devastated beyond recognition.

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” It is the first time since 9/11 that all 28 FEMA Urban SAR teams have been mobilized.”

– Jeff Stern, VA State DEM Coordinator

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DISTRESS CALLS

Call 9-1-1.  The US Coast Guard says do not report Distress calls over Social Media. You must report by calling 911.  Keep trying until you get through.

EVACUATIONS

Rosenburg, TX.  Mandatory evacuations for homes on Huntington Road. Unknown if bridge into area will hold as river levels are rising. Bridge is only escape out of area. (Posted by RPD 2202 Hours CDT). 

Bay City, TX. Mayor announces entire City is under a mandatory evacuation by 1300  hours on Monday, 8/28/2017, due to 10-foot flood expected. https://www.facebook.com/footstepsforthefallen/posts/645510148987649

Sugar Land, TX. Two LIDs are under mandatory evacuations. http://abc13.com/judge-mandatory-evacuations-for-two-sugar-land-lids/2349438/

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As of Aug 27, 2017,  there is NO evacuation orders in place for the City of Pearland. (This was fake news)

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(Credit: Rosenberg PD)

RESCUE TIPS

What to Do to Be Rescued.  The USCG is urging residents, people to be rescued to call the Houston # at 281-464-(4851) or (4852) or (4853) or (4854) or (4855).  Get on your roofs.  Tips:  Stay calm; don’t panic. Don’t go to the attic as rescuers cannot see you. Get to high ground immediately. Mark the roof to be seen from the air. Wave sheets, towels to be noticed.

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Houston 911 received 56,000 calls (from 2200 hours Saturday, 8/26/2017 through 0100 hours on Sunday, 8/27/2017).  During an average day, they usually handle about 8,000 calls.  

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

No Drones in Disaster Recovery Zones.  TX Military Department has seen a rise of

Drone operators trying to get in on some action of their own, but did you know that it is extremely dangerous for those on the ground and in the air?  Did you know it is illegal and can not only net you a ticket, but some hefty jail time? It is true.  Here are some of the problems and where rescuers are working.

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FAA, DOD asking people not to fly drones in and around Houston, TX.  There have been reports of close calls by pilots.

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CLOSURES

WB I-10. Westbound I-10 being closed at mile marker 655 or about 40 miles east of Seguin due to flooding. (TxDOT – Yoakum)

Ben Taub Hospital, MD Anderson. Shutdown as of 1913 hours CDT.  These are the two trauma hospitals in the City.

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As of 0600 Hours CDT 8/27/2017, Houston TranStar logged 174 high-water road closures in the area. This included I-10, I-45, I-610, I-69, US 290, TX 225, TX 288,  Beltway 8 and TX 3 in Galveston, Texas.

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HOW TO HELP

Volunteers Needed.  City of Dallas, TX.  http://www.voly.org/join/index.html

Boats Needed.  Houston Police Department.  Call 713-881-3100.

Blood Donations. Austin hospitals need blood donations at We Are Blood, A Blood  Center in Central Texas.  https://weareblood.org/

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 Social media rumors tell of hundreds dead, thousands of rooftop rescues and millions of people stranded is #FakeNews. 

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SAFETY

Boil Water Alert.  City of Corpus Christi is under a WATER BOIL ALERT. Do not drink the water. Caused due to the Storm’s destruction. Effective 8/25/2017, until further notice.

American Red Cross.  Safe and Well.  Register today so your loved ones can find you, or use as a way to find those who may be missing.  https://safeandwell.communityos.org/cms/index.php

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Turn Around, Don’t Drown campaign is critical in saving lives more than ever. 

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Facebook Safety Check.  Activated for this event. Log in to your Facebook page and register ASAP.  https://www.facebook.com/safetycheck/hurricane-harvey-aug24-2017/about/

Emergency Alerts.  Sign up for Pearland, TX Residential Alerts here –> https://www.pearlandtx.gov/residents/get-connected/e-alerts  Government offices currently shutdown on 8/28/2017 and 8/29/2017 with a possibility of longer says their website.

Wading Through Flood WatersAVOID DRIVING, WALKING through flood waters.  6 inches of swiftly moving water can knock an adult over.  (NWS Houston)

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

Incident Cooperators are those who act as Partners and as in this State of Emergency – work together on Federal, State and Local levels to ensure resources are able to assist the area’s needs of the government, its people, property and its communities. Due to the vast amount of resources, we apologize ahead of time if we missed anyone!

American Red Cross.  100’s of volunteers are/have traveled all over the U.S. to lend their time, talents and compassion to victims and evacuees. 

LA Cajun Navy.  State of Louisiana sending the LA Cajuna Navy. 

TX Governor Greg Abbott  

Houston OEM

Houston PD.  SWAT team conducted several hundred high-water rescues and were still actively searching and conducting more rescue operations. (1713 CDT)

(Credit: Houston PD)

INTF-1 HAZMAT Support.  Indiana Task Force 1 arriving in Katy (near Houston), TX. (1834 PDT)

LAFD TF1.  70 members en route says LAFD Fire Chief Terrazas.

MA-TF1.  A FEMA Task Force is en route from Massachussetts and will soon joining others. (1810 PDT)

Miami-Dade Fire.  FL-TF1 en route to Texas to assist with SAR effects in affected areas.

(Credit: MDFR)

National Guard.  Multiple military trucks, Humvees and other vehicles that can tread water were seen driving down City streets.

New Jersey.  SAR crews were deployed.

FDNY – NYPD USAR NY TF1.  The Joint FDNY and NYPD USAR NY Task Force-1 deployed earlier today.

(Credit: FDNY)

PA TF-1.  40 members.  Leaving the PA Fire Academy and heading to South Texas.  (1917 PDT)

Partnership for Inclusive Disaster Strategies.  Hotline setup for people with Disabilities. 800-626-4959.

Sacramento Fire.  USAR TF7 sends 14-member water rescue team.  Crews drove 2,000 miles to their destination.

Salvation Army.  Previously shipped extra pallets of water and food on 8/23/2017.

Save The Children.  Setting up Child Friendly Spaces in evacuation shelters to help kids and families.  DONATIONS. Text “HURRICANE” to 2022 to donate $25 to the “Save the Children’s Hurricane Harvey  Relief Fund”.

TX State, Emergency Management Department Is the main hub of activity that will coordinate Federal, State and local resources pouring into their State.

US Coast Guard Heartland.  The USCG is urging residents, people to be rescued to call the Houston # at 281-464-(4851) or (4852) or (4853) or (4854) or (4855).  Get on your roofs.  Tips:  Stay calm; don’t panic. Don’t go to the attic as rescuers cannot see you. Get to high ground immediately. Mark the roof to be seen from the air. Wave sheets, towels to be noticed.

USCG makes sure no Family member is left behind. Rescuing pets and their people. (Credit: USCG Heartland)

WA TF1 Urban SAR.  FEMA team from Pierce County, Washington State is sent to assist along with other FEMA units.

SHELTERS

American Red Cross Shelters.  Shelter Locator here –> http://www.redcross.org/get-help/disaster-relief-and-recovery-services/find-an-open-shelter?utm_source=arctwitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=harvey

Harris County, TX.  Compiled list of open shelters. http://readyharris.org/News-Information/Ready-Harris-News/Post/26637

Katy ISD.  The Morton Ranch HS (MRHS) located at 21000 Franz  Road 77449 and the Cinco Ranch HS (CRHS) located at 23440 Cinco Ranch Blvd, both in Katy, TX will be opening at 0730 CDT on Monday.  They will be offering shelter, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner to those in need.  DONATIONS of blankets, pillows, towels will be accepted at either High School beginning at 0730 hours.  SOCIAL MEDIA Channels are Katy ISD “OnTheGo” app. Website:  www.Katyisd.org.  Twitter:  @katyisd 

 

WEATHER TRACKERS

Storm Surge Tracker.  The NWS  created the first-ever operational storm surge watch. Twitter @NHC_Surge. https://twitter.com/NHC_Surge/status/900376620543823872 Shows the current conditions. 

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

There are multitudes of photos, storm images and other unimaginative descriptions of what those are truly seeing, hearing and experiencing.  We will share with you what they are feeling, see and what they are hearing.  Some photos are copyrighted so we will try to explain the best way we can as to what is being posted out there in the Social Media world.

(Credit: USCG Heartland)

USCG Heartland.  Sector Corpus Christi IMD members assess damage in Port Aransas, TX. 

Disaster Assistance & Recovery Info.  The City of Austin (TX) Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management have a wealth of info.  Go to their site here –>  http://austintexas.gov/help (8/26/2017 @ 0417 CDT

Gas Prices.  National news media reporting gas prices are set to spike due to #HurricaneHarvey wreaks havoc on our vital energy facilities.  It is time to focus on rescues and saving lives.  This something that can easily be put back on the back burner.

Roadblocks.  I-10 freeway is now closed due to heavy flooding. Police are using multiple cruiser to keep motorists out of harm’s way.  A photo by a news media outlet shows mostly semis (approximately 8 semi rigs across and unknown how long the back-up is but there is no getting off this freeway by turning around.

Pet Rescues.  Social media reporting dog rescues are coming in at 60 per hour. 

Countries Pray for  Our U.S. Texas.  Canadian President: “Canadians are keeping the people of Texas in our thoughts – we’re ready to offer any assistance needed to help recover from this disaster.” – Justin Trudeau

(c) 2017 The NW Fire Blog – Updated 8/27/2017 

Tornado Damage in Canton, TX | 1

Canton, TX | Storm spotters are reporting significant structural damage to the I-20 Dodge and  Jeep dealership located on FM17, where cars were tossed.  This is about two miles N of Canton in van Zandt County.

Multiple Tornado warnings by the National Weather Service inside of Texas are ongoing and those should take cover at the time when the alerts have been given.

Here are some of the most recent warnings:

  • Sulphur Springs TX, Cumby TX, Como TX until 8:15 PM CDT
  • Canton TX, Tundra TX until 8:15 PM CDT
  • Alba TX, Yantis TX, Golden TX until 8:00 PM CDT
  • Emory TX until 7:30 PM CDT
  • Grand Saline TX, Edgewood TX, Emory TX until 7:30 PM CDT
  • Wills Point TX, Edgewood TX, Myrtle Springs TX until 7:30 PM CDT

(c) 2017 The NW Fire Blog

A Dallas Community Searches for Missing SMU Police Officer

A COMMUNITY TOUCHED

The City of Dallas, Texas has been hit hard by multiple incidents this past week and it does not seem to be getting any better for their residents throughout the City.  And, we know you know which incident we are talking here.

The story of 11 Dallas City and DART Police Officers who were protecting those having a “peaceful” protest in Downtown Dallas when several snipers opened fire upon the Officers.  Five Officers were murdered, several others critical and one with non-life threatening injuries.

This post is to not further highlight the event but it is one that has weighed heavily on all of our hearts, souls and minds, but to touch other Communities touched within Dallas and the grief they all began to feel prior to the Downtown Dallas shootings.

SEARCHING FOR MISSING SMU OFFICER

On July 5, 2016, a Southern Methodist University (SMU) Police Officer Mark

The McCullers Family (Courtesy: SMU)

McCullers was working an off-duty private Security job at a construction site, when Officer McCullers and his vehicle were swept away by high flowing water near Turtle Creek in Highland Park.

Dallas Fire and Rescue along with other Incident Cooperators have been searching for him ever since.  Today (Sunday), they enter into Day 6, and are still searching for him.

Please continue to keep Officer McCullers’ family and LE Family in your thoughts and prayers.  Please continue to keep the Dallas Fire and Rescue in your thoughts as well, as they continue to search for the missing SMU Officer.  They are going on Day 6, so you can just imagine what they are going through.

HOW TO HELP THE OFFICER’S FAMILY

The McCullers family has established the Officer Mark McCullers Memorial Account at any Wells Fargo Bank branch. If you’d like to donate to them, you may go to any branch.  Please use account #9976436577.

ABOUT SMU IN A SNAPSHOT

SMU is a private research University that is located in Dallas, University Park and Highland Park.  It was founded in 1911 by the Methodist Episcopal Church.

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

#CoyoteFire Still Being Battled by Firefighters

Updated 5/23/2016 2125 PDT – Monday

Photo Credit: Guadalupe Mtn National Park

Salt Flat, TX | Lightning struck the area, igniting a fire that was later discovered near Coyote Peak in the NW corner of Guadalupe Mountains National Park at 1330 hours on Saturday, May 7.  It is also located 46 miles W of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

The wildfire management is under IC Tom Barta and his management team and Fire Managers are expecting a Type 2 IMT to assume command on Wednesday, May 24, 2016.

Currently, 150 personnel from the USDA Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management,  Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Park Service and from the New Mexico State Forestry are tied to this incident working to completely contain this wildfire.

Firefighters are climbing through rugged terrain that includes grass, brush and chaparral with increasing temps.

Photo Credit: Guadalupe Mtn National Park

The fire has consumed up to 12,718 acres and Fire crews have successfully reached a 70% containment status.

On May 22nd, high winds pushed the fire past Blush Mountain Ridge towards Guadalupe Peak and is expected to stay active this week.

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

#CoyoteFire | Guadalupe Natl Forest | Salt Flat TX | Update

Updated 5/18/2016 – Wednesday – 2145 PDT

Photo Credit: Guadalupe Mtn National Park

Salt Flat, TX | Lightning struck the area, igniting a fire that was later discovered near Coyote Peak in the NW corner of Guadalupe Mountains National Park at 1330 hours on Saturday, May 7.  It is also located 46 miles W of Carlsbad, New Mexico.

The wildfire management is under IC Tom Barta and his management team.

Currently, 97 personnel from the USDA Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management,  Bureau of Indian Affairs, National Park Service and from the New Mexico State Forestry are tied to this incident.

Photo Credit: Guadalupe Mtn National Park

The fire has consumed up to 11,820 acres of grass, brush and chaparral.  Fire crews have successfully reached a 30% containment status.   They will continue  to do rehabilitation work on trails and other areas.  Additionally, they will monitor fire lines for security as the fire is allowed to progress inside the fire’s perimeter to reduce hazardous fire fuels.

The National Park Service issued this Alert, “Effective immediately, all backcountry areas are closed to the public. McKittrick Canyon and Dog Canyon will also remain closed until further notice. Guadalupe Peak, Smith Spring and El Capitan trails remain open.”

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

Update 1 | Hail Storm Hits Lamar County TX

Updated 5/9/2016 – Monday – 2039 PDT / 2239 CDT

 

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Several tornado warnings were issued by the National Weather Service – Ft. Worth in the Paris and near Sumner this evening.

Reports of large hail the size of 1.7″ around 2120 CDT and 2.75% around 1756 CDT hit the area of Paris, Texas – a City of approximately 24,895 (2014 Census) and a high population of 1800 Vets (2010-2014).

 

INCIDENT COOPERATORS

Fire

  • Paris Fire Department

Police

  • TX State Troopers
  • Lamar Co Sheriffs Dept

 

DAMAGE ASSESSMENT

Fire and Police are running from one dispatched call to the next.  Here are some of the calls they are responding to:

Downed Trees

  • 82E @ Blossom:  Trees in the Street.

Flooding Calls

  • Tinker Street: water up to the front steps of homes. (2210 CDT)
  • Ash & Cedar Closed:  Roadway impassable (2209 CDT)
  • 22500:  Flooded
  • 22900: Now cleared.
  • 271 South:  Past Cobb Ranch Rd. under water. Passable. (2217 CDT)
  • SE 26th Street:  Furniture washed down roadway.
  • Center:  High water on both East and West sides.

Power Outages

  • Abbott Lane:  Medical call + power outage. (2212 CDT)

Welfare Check

  • Main Street:  House on corner. Fire being sent to check condition of residents. (2211 CDT)

 

FLOODS

History

  • 5/9/2016:  Paris, Lamar County, TX
  • 5/1/2016:  Paris, Lamar County, TX
  • 4/29/2016:  Paris, Lamar County, TX

 

WEATHER 

Current Conditions

  • Temp: 67-degrees
  • Precipitation: 15%
  • Humidity:  75%
  • Wind:  11 mph

2-Day Forecast

  • 5/9/2016 – Monday:  67-degrees. Partly cloudy w/20% precip. Winds from S at 6 mph and 82% humidity.
  • 5/10/2016 – Tuesday:  High 89/ Low 67.  Cloudy in the AM, Sun in the evening.  20% precip.  Winds from SSW 15 mph with 67% humidity.

 

LIVE SCANNER FEEDS

Amateur Radio 

Law Enforcement

 

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags

  • #ParisTXFloods2016
  • #ParisTX
  • #LamarCoTX
  • #smem

 

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

 

Update 2 | Coyote Fire | Texas

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Date / Time:  The fire was discovered on May 7th, Saturday around 1300 hours.

Cause:   It has been ruled as being ignited by lightning.

Location:  Located in Guadalupe Mountains National Park area of the Guadalupe National Park in Salt Flat, TX.

coyote fire map

Courtesy: Inciweb

RESOURCES

Air Support:  Assigned to this event are 1 lead plane, 3 heavy Air tankers, 1 Type 3 Helicopter and a Smokey Bear Interagency Hotshot Crew. An additional Hotshot crew was flown in this morning.

Additional Resources:  An additional request for the Pecos Type 3 IMT and 2 additional Hotshot crews have been placed.

FIRE STATUS

Acres: 200-300 acres.  (Estimation)

Fire Behavior: Active.  Heading South into Park.

Air Resources:  All air support was suspended due to turbulence.

Tactics:  The Smoke Bear Interagency Hotshot crew is primarily focusing on containing the Northern perimeter.

Command:  The ICP will be located in Queen, NM.

CLOSURES NEW!

The following are currently closed as of today’s date.

Rec Area:  Dog Canyon

Trail Systems:  Dog Canyon Trailhead,  Bush Mtn to Blue Ridge Junction, Blue Ridge to Tejas Junction, Tejas to McKittrick Ridge Junction and the Marcus trail.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags:

  • @GuadalupeMtnsNP
  • #CoyoteFire
  • #TXFires2016
  • #GuadalupeMtnsNP

 

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

Update 1 | Coyote Fire | Texas

INCIDENT SUMMARY

Date / Time:  The fire was discovered on May 7th, Saturday around 1300 hours.

Cause:   It has been ruled as being ignited by lightning.

Location:  Located in Guadalupe Mountains National Park area of the Guadalupe National Park in Salt Flat, TX.

coyote fire map

Courtesy: Inciweb

RESOURCES

Air Support:  Assigned to this event are 1 lead plane, 3 heavy Air tankers, 1 Type 3 Helicopter and a Smokey Bear Interagency Hotshot Crew. An additional Hotshot crew was flown in this morning.

Additional Resources:  An additional request for the Pecos Type 3 IMT and 2 additional Hotshot crews have been placed.

FIRE STATUS

Acres: 200-300 acres.  (Estimation)

Fire Behavior: Active.  Heading South into Park.

Air Resources:  All air support was suspended due to turbulence.

Tactics:  The Smoke Bear Interagency Hotshot crew is primarily focusing on containing the Northern perimeter.

Command:  The ICP will be located in Queen, NM.

SOCIAL MEDIA

Hashtags:  @GuadalupeMtnsNP (Twitter) #CoyoteFire #TXFires2016 #GuadalupeMtnsNP

 

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

Thieves Steal From F.O.O.L.S. Benefit | Update 3

We almost forgot to give y’all the good news!

While I was out for the count – okay, maybe not literal but the sickness I had postponed this really GREAT POST!

We are happy to announce that President Rob Mitchell of the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. organization has been reunited with his priceless possession that you see on the [Right] in the photo below.

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

The helmet belonging to the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell was last seen as a part of a table decoration, during a St. Patty’s event that raised funds for a fellow Firefighter and his Family.

“I have had a lot of memories created with that lid…… ” – Rob Mitchell

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

 Described as black with a custom one-of-kind front on it with writing on the inside means a lot to President Mitchell.  As you can tell from the photos posted here, just what that means to him and how he could not part with it.  We were upset that someone would actually take from a benefit helping another with Cancer.

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

The Alamo F.O.O.L.S., is an organization based in the San Antonio, Texas area that provides training opportunities to Brothers and Sisters globally, they organize benefits to assist Firefighters and their Families in  need along with their communities.

“F.O.O.L.S. exist to strengthen the Brotherhood of our chosen profession we have for our calling.”

 

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

The story goes like this,

“I found my Lid today. A friend of mine saw it Saturday but wasn’t sure it was mine.  I went there today with a Sheriff’s Deputy and was there sitting on this salesman’s desk.  He was NOT associated with any FD, Just a person who took it the night of the Benefit.” – Rob 

Rob Mitchell thanks all of our readers who helped spread the news like wildfire and helping us get the word out about his missing helmet.  As always, we couldn’t do this without you all.

Check out our Social Media platforms:

Twitter – @nwfireblog

Facebook – The NW Fire Blog

Flickr.com

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and on behalf of the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. for helping us get the word out.

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog

 

 

Thieves Steal From F.O.O.L.S. Benefit | Update 1

Firefighters with the  Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S.  organization are still looking for the missing helmet [R], snatched by a thief during a St. Patty’s fundraiser for a fellow Firefighter battling cancer.  We consider that a low blow.

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

The helmet belonging to the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell was last seen as a part of a table decoration, during a St. Patty’s event that raised funds for a fellow Firefighter and his Family.

We are posting pictures hoping that the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell will someday be reunited with something he has had in his possession for the last 15 years.

“I have had a lot of memories created with that lid…… ” – Rob Mitchell

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

 Described as black with a custom one-of-kind front on it with writing on the inside means a lot to President Mitchell.  As you can tell from the photos posted here, just what that means.

helmet4

Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

The Alamo F.O.O.L.S., is an organization based in the San Antonio, Texas area that provides training opportunities to Brothers and Sisters globally, they organize benefits to assist Firefighters and their Families in  need along with their communities.

“F.O.O.L.S. exist to strengthen the Brotherhood of our chosen profession we have for our calling.”

Asked if the Police are investigating their case and it pretty much sounds like they are on their own.  They check Ebay and Craig’s List every day without success.

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Photo Credit: ALAMO F.O.O.L.S. President Rob Mitchell

Because of our Love for the Fire Service, we asking all of our Followers to SHARE with your friends, family, colleagues, fellow firefighters, law enforcement and anyone else you can think of.  We want to flood Social Media to see if we can assist with getting a prized possession back to its rightful owner.

A $5,000 REWARD is being offered for the safe return of this Firefighter Helmet.  Please contact president@alamofools.com.

Check out our Social Media platforms:

Twitter – @nwfireblog

Facebook – The NW Fire Blog

Flickr.com

Thank you from the bottom of our hearts and on behalf of the Alamo Area F.O.O.L.S. for helping us get the word out.

(c) 2016 The #NWFireBlog