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Yakima Firefighters IAFF Local 469

Sunday, March 10th, 6 of your Yakima Firefighters will tackle the 2024 Firefighter Stairclimb, in Seattles Columbia Tower! They will each climb 69 floors (1,356 step) in full turnout gear and on air.

Firefighters from around the world show up every year to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This year will be the 33rd annual climb with over $25 million raised for the LLS!

Please consider donating to Yakima Fire - Local 469 team members by following the link below.

www.llswa.org/site/TR/LLSWA/llswaFF?team_id=75312&pg=team&fr_id=1750
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Sunday, March 10th, 6 of your Yakima Firefighters will tackle the 2024 Firefighter Stairclimb, in Seattles Columbia Tower! They will each climb 69 floors (1,356 step) in full turnout gear and on air. 

Firefighters from around the world show up every year to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This year will be the 33rd annual climb with over $25 million raised for the LLS!

Please consider donating to Yakima Fire - Local 469 team members by following the link below. 

https://www.llswa.org/site/TR/LLSWA/llswaFF?team_id=75312&pg=team&fr_id=1750

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I'll see you fellas there!

❤💯💯❤🧑‍🚒

Crews are constantly training on the many specialities that is required to be proficient in this profession! #iaff469 ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago
Yakima Firefighters IAFF Local 469

Engine 93 responded to a MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) today of a vehicle avoiding an animal in the roadway and striking another vehicle.

No injuries were reported.

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Engine 93 responded to a MVA (Motor Vehicle Accident) today of a vehicle avoiding an animal in the roadway and striking another vehicle. 

No injuries were reported. 

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Dont try to avoid an animal, unless it is bigger than your vehicle. Maybe brake a little.

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Solid work.

4 weeks ago
Yakima Firefighters IAFF Local 469

Station 91 crews have been busy this evening with a couple small fires.

Truck 93 extinguished a shopping cart fire while Engine 91 was on a medical call.

Truck 93, and Engine 91 extinguished a shed fire on an old pump house on the old mill site.

No injuries were reported.

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Station 91 crews have been busy this evening with a couple small fires. 

Truck 93 extinguished a shopping cart fire while Engine 91 was on a medical call. 

Truck 93, and Engine 91 extinguished a shed fire on an old pump house on the old mill site. 

No injuries were reported. 

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Thank you all for taking such good care of us in Yakima!🇺🇸

It’s just so sad. People just trying to keep warm. I used to be one who would say they don’t deserve anything better. But now I am just heartbroken 💔. With our country falling apart it is only going to get worse.

When does this stop? Just burning up our resources. How many fires have been done this year under overpasses and shopping carts and arsen to properties. All by people who can't and won't foot the bill for it. This has to be so frustrating as a fire fighter.

I literally just seen like 8 people under that bridge huddled around the fire last night.

Be careful ya'll

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A man of many talents! Zub as most of us know him, has been a mainstay at Suncomm as of of their bargaining groups reps/shop stewards. Congrats on your retirement Zuber!

Ps, you’re not allowed to retire anytime soon from Suncomm!Reserve Deputy Zuber has decided to retire from our office. He has volunteered for 8 years with our office and many more with the Yakima Police Department. He continues to serve his community as a 911 dispatcher. Thank you Andrew for all your years of service to the Yakima Valley! We appreciate your efforts and willingness to give back to your community. #retirement #thankyou #communityfirst #yakimasheriff #yakimasheriff💚
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A man of many talents! Zub as most of us know him, has been a mainstay at Suncomm as of of their bargaining groups reps/shop stewards. Congrats on your retirement Zuber!

Ps, you’re not allowed to retire anytime soon from Suncomm!

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Enjoy retirement and thank you for your service❣️❣️

Congratulations, and thank you for your service!

Haha that's what everyone keeps telling me today 😅

Before Andrew worked with YSO he spent 15 years as a reserve with YPD and retired with the rank of lieutenant.

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Local 469 (former 217) consists for 3 separate groups: City of Yakima Fire, East Valley Fire, and Suncomm Dispatch. We have been around 100+ years and we have served this community vehemently. We appreciate your continued support and hope we can continue to exceed expectations.

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