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Tue, Oct 12th, 2021 4:19:00 pm - ...Continued
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Today is the anniversary of Hurricane Ike.
Mon, Sep 13th, 2021 10:00:00 am - ...Continued
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--SAN LEON FIRE-- The volunteer fire department and emergency services are a long-standing tradition in the United States that often encompasses family’s generation after generation. Unfortunately, it is also a tradition in danger of weakening. Many fire departments across the nation today are experiencing more difficulty with recruiting and retaining members than ever before. Fire departments can no longer count on the children of the current members following in their parent’s footsteps. Nor can they count on the continuous stream of community people discovering the volunteer fire department on their own and being eager to donate their time and energy to the local volunteer fire department. Adding to the problem, departments cannot rely on members staying active in the volunteer fire service for long periods of time. Ask any volunteer fire chief what are their biggest challenges, more than likely maintaining adequate staffing is at the top of their list. It may be no surprise, then, that the data shows a staggering decline in the number of volunteers in recent years. The National Fire Protection Association reports a 16.23% drop in volunteer firefighters nationwide. The reasons for the decline are varied. A few commonly acknowledged reasons include the lack of time, increased training requirements, and shifting demographics as younger people leave rural communities. Some of the less discussed but equally important obstacles are new recruits feeling that their expectations are not met once they join the fire department, or that the culture of the department creates barriers that causes new recruits to leave. To address the challenges and help the department overcome recruitment and retention obstacles, the San Leon volunteer fire department has launched the “Volunteer Firefighter Recruitment Campaign”. The campaign has two main focuses; raise awareness of the need for fire service volunteers among the public and to successfully recruit and retain volunteers. So the San Leon volunteer fire department has set aside the month of July for raising the awareness of the need of increasing the numbers of volunteers and recruiting volunteers. Every Tuesday and Thursday in the month of July starting at 7 PM till 9 PM the department will have recruiters at the station available to answer any questions members of the community might have on becoming a volunteer and to get them started with the application process. Also on Saturday the 10th and Saturday the 24th starting at 9 AM we will have recruiters available also at the station to answer any questions on becoming a volunteer, the fire department will also be offering the agility test for the new members on both of those Saturdays.

Wed, Jun 9th, 2021 5:50:00 pm - ...Continued
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At 5:43 am this morning San Leon VFD and medics were dispatched to a woman in labor. With a firefighter on board the ambulance to assist, the medics delivered the baby on route to the hospital at 6:05am.

Tue, Jun 8th, 2021 4:42:00 pm - ...Continued
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San Leon VFD was dispatched to a 1 vehicle rollover with the occupant still inside at the 300 blk of 24th st. The vehicle was stabilized and the driver was extricated from the vehicle. The occupant was uninjured.


Tue, May 25th, 2021 8:53:00 pm - ...Continued
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Hwy 517 at 26th st was closed due to a gas leak.

Tue, May 25th, 2021 8:51:00 pm - ...Continued
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San Leon VFD was dispatched to mutual aid Bacliff VFD for a mobile home fire in Bacliff.


Tue, May 25th, 2021 8:49:00 pm - ...Continued
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San Leon VFD was dispatched to a fully involved structure fire that had spread to adjacent structures at the 1600 blk of Dick Bay. Mutual aid responded from Bacliff, Dickinson, Texas City and League City. Firefighters encountered some challenges with ammo, propane tanks and a downed live electrical wire. In all 2 structures were heavily damaged and 1 received minor exterior damage. A Recreational Vehicle was also destroyed. One home owner suffered a minor burn and was treated and released at the scene. A San Leon Firefighter suffered a minor ankle injury but no first aid was required. The cause of the fire is unknown at this time. Thank you to those that helped contribute pictures.


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