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Lewisville Fire Fighters Have a Busy Night On Lake Lewisville
On August 16th members from Lewisville Local 3606 and the Lewisville Fire Department had a busy night on Lake Lewisville. Your fire fighters answered several calls for help, traveled approximately 24 total miles on the lake, and spent 3 hours and 20 minutes on the water. Battling large waves, both mechanical and equipment failure, your fire fighters never gave up and heroically battled harsh conditions to save multiple lives on the water. Starting at 6:30 pm, Boat 169 (BT169) was dispatched...

Our Brother Is Home
Lewisville Local 3606 is happy to report our brother has been discharged from the hospital and is now home.  Though he still Is on the road to recovery, he will thankfully being doing that from home. We would like to thank everyone who has reached out to offer help during our brother’s hospital stay.  We would like to thank the members of our great community for posting words of encouragement on our social media.  Thanks again to Princeton Local 5155 for delivering dinner...

Lewisville Local 3606 Member Hospitalized Due To COVID-19
A member of Lewisville Local 3606 is currently hospitalized due to respiratory complications from COVID-19.  Our member is currently receiving an experimental medication that has been approved for emergency use, and has received a plasma transfusion.  The experimental medication requires him to remain in the hospital for five days, so please keep him and his young family in your prayers. We are closely monitoring his condition and will provide updates as information becomes available...

Lewisville Fire Fighters Supports The MDA
Lewisville Local 3606 will be again supporting the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) this year. It will just be a little different this year This year your Lewisville Fire Fighters will be supporting the MDA virtually. You can help us support the great work that the MDA continues to do, by donating through our personalized link below.We thank you for your continued support!  Donate Here

Andy Allison, 8 Years Later
Andy Allison. A fire fighter, a husband, a father, a fighter, and a survivor. 8 years ago today, was a day that change all of our lives but directly affected Andy’s. Andy reported you work like he always did, with pride and determination to serve his fire family and the great citizens of Lewisville. Andy answered the call and responded to a structure fire. During the the fire fighting operations, Andy was electrocuted. He was immediately removed from the structure and taken to the...

LEWISVILLE FIRE FIGHTERS SUPPORTING THOSE WHO SUPPORT US
Lewisville, TX - During these unprecedented times, your Lewisville Fire Fighters are committed to the safety of our citizens. Rest assured that your fire fighters are coming and stand ready to answer calls for service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from our 8 stations that are placed strategically throughout our great city.We know that members of our great community are concerned about their businesses and are prepping for the days ahead. Our fire fighters are on duty for 24 hours and live in th...

PTSD IN THE FIREFIGHTING COMMUNITY
It is National Mental Health Awareness Month which is a great reason to talk about the invisible injuries firefighters suffer from because of the physical and mental stress of their jobs. PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) is alive and well in the firefighting community. Click on the link below to learn more about how many firefighters suffer from PTSD. https://www.cbsnews.com/amp/video/many-firefighters-silently-suffer-from-ptsd/?__twitter_impression=true