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2 months ago

IAFF Local 3518

Good information on the effective rates of property tax levies... West Chester is putting on a fire levy this November, something that hasn’t been done in the past decade and a half! Vote yes this fall! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

IAFF Local 3518

On July 24th, 2019, Station 75 units responded for a cardiac arrest for Mrs. Hill in a parking lot. The crews were fortunate to have the ability to work efficiently and effectively on the scene and during the transport to save this wonderful woman’s life. With the assistance of our partners, nurses and doctors, this lady has made a full recovery!

Due to the 1-year anniversary of the event occurring this coming weekend, the family stopped by Station 75 to meet the entire crew that was there that night! In attendance was also, Dr. Robbie Paulsen from UC Physicians. Dr. Paulsen was the attending physician during the transfer from the field to the ED and was instrumental in the continuation of emergent care.

The crew would like to thank the Hill family for stopping by and allowing all of us to embark on the continued journey of success for years to come!!

Well done team!!

Pictured with the Hill family:

Brandon Tully, Chris Munoz, Jake Bausano, Jason Witte, Brian Taylor, Drew Burch, Colin Berter, and Dr. Robbie Paulsen
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On July 24th, 2019, Station 75 units responded for a cardiac arrest for Mrs. Hill in a parking lot. The crews were fortunate to have the ability to work efficiently and effectively on the scene and during the transport to save this wonderful woman’s life. With the assistance of our partners, nurses and doctors, this lady has made a full recovery!  

Due to the 1-year anniversary of the event occurring this coming weekend, the family stopped by Station 75 to meet the entire crew that was there that night!  In attendance was also, Dr. Robbie Paulsen from UC Physicians.  Dr. Paulsen was the attending physician during the transfer from the field to the ED and was instrumental in the continuation of emergent care.

The crew would like to thank the Hill family for stopping by and allowing all of us to embark on the continued journey of success for years to come!!

Well done team!!

Pictured with the Hill family:

Brandon Tully, Chris Munoz, Jake Bausano, Jason Witte, Brian Taylor, Drew Burch, Colin Berter, and Dr. Robbie Paulsen

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Awesome job crew!! Great save for a great family!!

Thank God for people like these. Proud to be Brians family ♡♡♡

Heroes! I appreciate you all and the work you do! Stay safe!

Amazing job Well done

Great job fellas!!!!!

Awesome! God bless you all!

Sorry. I thought this was happening again.

Great job 😊

Good job !! Love you all.

Fantastic

Thank you all for your service!

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2 months ago

IAFF Local 3518

Units are clearing the scene now from a 1-alarm fire with extra units added for a roof fire at Tyson Foods. Many thanks to our mutual aid partners for their assistance!! ... See MoreSee Less

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Over 25 years of Professional Service

The West Chester Fire Department protects the citizens, visitors and businesses of West Chester Township. The department operates out of five fire stations, staffed around the clock. The department currently operates two Fire Engines, one 75′ Quint, one 100′ Ladder Truck, one 100’ Tower Ladder, four Paramedic Ambulances, a Battalion Chief, a Hazardous Materials Unit, an Urban Search and Rescue (USAR) Technical Rescue vehicle, a Rescue Boat, a Brush Fire Pickup, in addition to a Reserve Fire Engine, a Reserve 75′ Quint, and two Reserve Paramedic Ambulances.

Much of the staffing for these apparatus is provided by the highly trained members of the West Chester Professional Firefighters, International Association of Firefighters Local 3518. Our members are made up both Firefighters and Lieutenants. Every Local 3518 member is an Ohio Firefighter Level 2, Paramedic, Fire Safety Inspector, and Hazardous Materials Response Technician. Many of our members are also trained in various technical rescue specialties, and CPR and EMS instruction.

West Chester Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3518 looks forward to serving the residents, visitors and neighbors of West Chester for many years to come with the utmost dedication and professionalism.

The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

https://www.iaffrecoverycenter.com

About West Chester

West Chester Township is located in Butler County, Ohio. Covering approximately thirty five square miles, the growing community is located just north of the City of Cincinnati. The township is one of the fastest growing in the state, and quickly on its way to becoming the second largest community in the Cincinnati area, and is the largest township in the state. West Chester continues to be an economic and cultural catalyst for the Cincinnati-Dayton metroplex. West Chester was recently recognized as the #1 place to live in Ohio.

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