Erhart/York Township Fire Department added 5 new photos.
1 week ago
Great joint training tonight with Litchfield Fire and Rescue with Gary Klaus from Howell Rescue.
Thank you to Lt. Pat Villenuve for donating his old truck. He of course got to take the first “bite” out of it.
Thank you to Hook n Haul of Litchfield that helped make this trading happen and the food afterwards! ... See MoreSee Less
Gary is one of the funniest people I have ever met 😂😂😂 he is the king of extrication tho !
Thank you all for what you do for Pat and our family. Love you all ❤️💕
Nice work ladies and gents....
1 month ago
Congratulations to Lt. Pat Villeneuve and his family on the birth of a happy and healthy grandson!
Congratulations Lt. Grandpa! ... See MoreSee Less
Absolutely love this. Thank you so much. ❤️💕
Erhart/York Township Fire Department added 3 new photos.
1 month ago
Monday night the department trained on relay pumping and drafting. In these photos we are flowing at approximately 1500 gallons per minute. Thank you to Pfaff Electric for allowing us to the pond. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight at the trustees meeting A.J. was sworn in as a member of the department. She's returning to the department and is a Paramedic and EMS Instructor. We are glad to have her back!! ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome back AJ!!!!!
Thanks!! Congrats on the little one!
Congrats A.J. Gray
Erhart/York Township Fire Department shared Brunswick Hills Firefighters's post.
2 months ago
In light of the recent incident in Mentor in which a police officer was hit and killed while on a traffic stop, I would like to offer the following information regarding what to do when approaching an emergency or roadwork vehicle:
MOVE OVER - IT’S THE LAW
When approaching a stationary safety or roadside vehicle (basically anything with an activated light on it), you MUST move over to an adjacent (this is a lane next to you that moves in the same direction) lane if you have the opportunity to do so. If there is no adjacent lane, or there is traffic preventing you from moving over, you MUST slow down significantly.
Ohio Revised Code section : 4511.213
Please move over, our personnel want to go home to their families. ... See MoreSee Less
It is a GIRL! Congrats Todd and Monica! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats Monica and Todd.💕💕💕👶🏻🎀
Congratulations!! Monica And Todd
LOVE LOVE LOVE THIS ❤️💕 Congratulations 🎉🎊🎈
Congratulations to you and your family!!
Congratulations you two! 💕 👶🏻🌸
Congrats you two!!!!!
Congratulations! Does baby girl have a name?
Such great news! Congrats! 🌸💕
How sweet! Enjoy!
Erhart/York Township Fire Department shared Valley City Fire Department's post.
2 months ago
www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1243205242482948&id=260586994078116VCFD responded to a 2 car accident at 252 & 303 this evening. Mutual Aid provided by Erhart Fire Dept. For an additional squad.
A few helpful tips to keep everyone safe after an accident.
- If you stop to help those in the accident or know someone that was in the accident, find a safe place to park your car, as to not obstruct emergency traffic coming to the scene.
- Watch for those directing traffic. Be prepared to stop.
-Slow down and pass with care as personnel may be working in the roadway.
- As much as you would like to see the cars involved, pay attention to the road way and don't stop to take photos.
Accidents are very scary. Our goal is for everyone to go home, this includes you as well! ... See MoreSee Less
The township trustees swore in a new member tonight. Justin comes to us as a Level 2 Firefighter and Basic EMT. We are glad to have him! Welcome to the department Justin!!! ... See MoreSee Less
i am very proud to have served with these fine men and women.
This Fire department is fantastic & very proud to have them as our fire department when we needed them the most they are there for us. God Bless everyone of them that works there.
5 months ago
Last night the department responded to a tree on power lines. This was on Lester Rd by Spieth Rd. If you come upon a situation like this PLEASE do not try to go under or around it call for help and turn around. ... See MoreSee Less
that is a wonderful volunteer fire department