Charlie Lake fire department news

The Charlie Lake Fire Department received three calls from dispatch this weekend.

On Saturday, December 8, 2018, the department was called out at 6:41 to assist the RCMP with ventilation after tear gas deployment. Eight firefighters responded, and two were on standby.

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On Sunday, December 9, 2018, at 12:40 a.m., the CLFD responded to a motor vehicle fire on Lake Shore Drive. The fire was confined to the truck box. Nine firefighters were on scene.

Later that day, at 6:10, the CLFD received a dispatch about alarms ringing on Juniper Ave in Fort St. John. The call was cancelled. Four firefighters reported to the station, and no firefighters went to the scene.  

— Peace River Regional District

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