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Posted by: thepinetree on 11/29/2021 09:35 PM Updated by: thepinetree on 11/29/2021 09:35 PM
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Arnold Fuels Reduction Burn Successfully Completed

Arnold, CA...Firefighters successfully completed the Arnold hazard reduction burn on Friday November 26. This project reduced hazardous fuels and provided great training opportunities for all involved firefighting personnel. And in the middle of this burning, the firefighters treated a three year child who was brought to the station for a hand laceration after a fall. Firefighters treated her, gave her a teddy bear, and reassured her and her parents. Both events demonstrate just how quickly CAL FIRE Tuolumne-Calaveras Unit firefighters have to react to changing situations.









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Posted on: 2021-11-29 23:50:58   By: Anonymous
 
Sad when you have to blow your own horn I order to justify your out of Fire season existence. Burning a little mountain misery around your station, wow that’s really something. Oh yeah how about the fact that a medic unit from Ebbetts Pass Fire arrived at the medical aid? Guess that wasn’t an important detail. Sad!!

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    Posted on: 2021-11-30 01:31:05   By: Anonymous
     
    So happy our fire fighters did this to control the fuel.


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    Re: blow your own horn
    Posted on: 2021-11-30 05:04:44   By: Anonymous
     
    It's a start.
    If you look at the path the Old Gulch Fire burned, all those beautiful Pines they planted are the next fire's fuel.
    Lots of thinning and clearing needs to be done to stop the next fire into Forest Meadows, Hathaway Pines, Avery, and Arnold.
    If you travel Moran Rd you can see what a nice job SPI has done to clear their land. Without clear cutting.
    CalFire should be doing fire prevention rather than just fire fighting. 12 month employees can get alot more done rather focusing on individual homeowners.
    Encourage the horn blowers so that the whole state starts clearing before next fire season.

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    Posted on: 2021-11-30 05:24:31   By: Anonymous
     


    Fuk Donald Trump and his brainwashed racist hate filled ignorant inbred trolls of the GOP! President Biden is the best President in History! Four More Years of Biden!! Build Back Better!! Let’s Go Joe!!

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      Posted on: 2021-11-30 07:30:12   By: Anonymous
       
      Repeated Profanity from this IP Address

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No Subject
Posted on: 2021-11-30 08:59:22   By: Anonymous
 
They need to burn the entire rim trail and a corresponding area on the south side of the highway.

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Posted on: 2021-11-30 10:46:44   By: Anonymous
 
What most tax payers don’t understand is these so called fire fighters get huge pensions after their gig is over. Do any of you live close to a ff, they work 3 day’s a week, build spec houses on their 4 day’s off, your completely stupid to think these people need to work year around, how about work everyday like the rest of us, and get something done, this bear clover will be back in a year, and to top it off, stop the controlled burn at Glory Hole, every spring, the place has looked like a nuke site the past two years. First thing you see driving in is black hillsides!

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    Posted on: 2021-12-08 06:31:26   By: Anonymous
     
    First off, you're damn near illiterate and shouldn't be calling anybody else stupid. Second, how long are those 3 measly workdays you think should be 5? Are they shorter than yours? Does your job require special skills or training or can anybody off the street do it? (Clearly whatever you do doesn't take brains!) Is your job as physically demanding as a firefighter's? Are you forced to inhale toxic fumes all summer long which will likely cause you major health problems down the road? Do you risk your life to help others when they are unable to help themselves? Do people depend on you and respect you the same way people respect and depend on firefighters? Do you think the public believes the product or service you provide is worth every penny you get paid, because I'm sure the overwhelming majority of people believe firefighters are more valuable than what's reflected in their pay.

    If you feel like firefighters have it easier than others, by all means, apply to become a firefighter! At least you won't have to be the miserable old grouch spending his days in the comments section deriding others. Win-win!

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No Subject
Posted on: 2021-11-30 11:37:04   By: Anonymous
 
Where do I sign-up for one of those white pick-ups with free gas to tote my kid’s to school?

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Thanks
Posted on: 2021-11-30 19:35:08   By: Anonymous
 
Good job CAL FIRE.
But where is the USFS?
Thanks again CAL FIRE.

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