Lansing Fire Department
LANSING | Lansing resident Jen Saia is a seamstress who enjoys occasionally making quilts. She has become involved in a First Responder/EMS quilt project where quilts are made and sent to first responders following some devastating calls.
Lansing firefighters are pictured with Donna Criner and Linda Whitman, of the Northwest Indiana Cancer Kids Foundation. The two accepted a check of $500 in personal donations at a recent meeting of Lansing Professional Firefighters Local 3709.
LANSING | It's not unusual to see firefighters hosting fundraisers for various causes, but members of the Lansing Professional Firefighters Local 3709 decided to dig into their own pockets in support of families dealing with a child suffering from cancer.
LANSING | No one was injured in a fire Saturday at a Lansing multi-unit apartment complex.
LANSING | For the past three years, the Rev. Ildefonso Torres, of New Hope Church, has served as chaplain for the Lansing Fire Department, offering his guidance to firefighters when they were hurt, while also taking time to check up on them at other moments.
LANSING | The Lansing Junior Woman's Club recently held its eighth annual Stay Safe Essay Contest. The contest is open to Lansing students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
LANSING | Lansing firefighters helped out on Lansing's clean-up day by clearing debris along the railroad tracks crossing Wentworth Avenue. Paul Martin, Tim Kotecki, Paul Steinweg, Steven Buffano, Bill Stubitsch and Dave Schmidt were among those who helped out.
LANSING | The Lansing Fire Department will be able to purchase 31 breathing apparatus units for its 42 firefighters thanks to a $123,287 federal grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
LANSING | Members of Lansing Professional Firefighters Local 3709 made a $200 donation to Dance for Disney.
LANSING | The cause of a fire Thursday at a home on Indiana Avenue is under investigation, fire officials said.
Lansing firefighter Pete Chmura demonstrates the danger of lighters to kindergarten students at Reavis Elementary School during their visit to the Fire Safety House. The program provided by the Lansing Fire Department features a mobile miniature house in which students learn the dangers of s…
LANSING | Reavis Elementary School kindergarteners took a trip to the Fire Safety House recently to learn all about fire safety rules.
LANSING | Christian Schoop, a pre-kindergarten student at St. John's Lutheran School, recently got a ride to school in a fire truck by the Lansing Fire Department.
LANSING | Fire Department investigators are trying to determine what caused an odor in a house that sent its four residents and five firefighters to an area hospital for treatment.
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