Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
At 702 hours Huguenot was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 84 eastbound. Upon arrival two separate accidents were located due to icing on the bridge. Huguenot was assisted by units...
Thursday, December 3rd, 2020
At 2036 hours, Huguenot Fire Company was dispatched automatic response to Greenville for a vehicle fire on Interstate 84 westbound in the vicinity of exit 4W. Huguenot apparatus was cancelled en route...
Monday, November 16th, 2020
Hall Rentals are cancelled/postponed until further notice
Sunday, December 1st, 2019
The company ran 465 calls for the year of 2019 it was again a busy year. Great job to all the members lets make 2020 another safe and productive year.
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10 entries in the Fire glossary beginning with "G"
Gamewell
Brand of wind-up, fire alarm telegraph system for sending coded pulses to alert central alarm station of fire alarm activation; often still found in red boxes on street corners.
Gate valve
See also Hydrant Gate". Valve in which the shutoff device slides across the flow of liquid to obscure the orofice usually activated by a screw mechanism. Compare "ball valve.
Glas-Master tool
Brand of specialized vehicle extrication tool, most notably including a glass cutting saw for removal of automobile windshields.
Goer
An incident with persons reported.
GPM
Gallons Per Minute or how many gallons are being pumped out of a piece of equipment every minute
GPM method (gallons per minute")
Calculation of how much water, in GPM, will be necessary to extinguish a given volume of fire, under the circumstances (e.g., fuel class, containment, exposures, etc.).
Gravity tank
Water storage tank for fire protection; arranged above protected area to provide flow of water by gravity when needed.
Grease fire
A fire involving any manner of cooking oil or other flammable cooking or lubricating materials.
Ground fire
Fire that consumes the organic material beneath the surface litter ground, such as peat fire.
Ground ladder
A portable ladder designed to rest on the ground. Compare aerial ladder and roof ladder.
10 entries in the Fire glossary beginning with "G"

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