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Jun 07, 2023

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Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One

The foundation concrete for our new Station 3 was poured this morning!

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 07

We are excited to see our new station finally being built after almost 3 years of planning.
Our former station was destroyed by Hurricane Laura. We will post updates throughout the construction process.
Station location: 3533 N. Hwy. 27, Sulphur (near High Hope Rd intersection)... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption On Monday, June 5, 2023, Ward 6 and HOUSTON RIVER FIRE DEPARTMENT firefighters joined together at Johnson Robinson Funeral Home to honor the service of former Ward 6 Fire Asst

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 06

Chief Oneida Fay Barton. Fay passed away on Friday, June 2, 2023 after a valiant battle with cancer.

Fay was a founding volunteer member in 1986 when Ward 6 Fire District was formed, served as secretary, and many years as the Asst. Chief assigned to Station 3. Fay and her husband Wes retired from volunteer service in 2011 after dedicating 25 years to the Community of Ward 6 in Calcasieu Parish. ... (Full Story & Photos)

At 5:15am, Ward 6 Fire was dispatched to 300 blk of Red Baggett Rd for a residential structure fire

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 06

Engines 5, 19, Service 8, Unit 901and 902 responded with 9 firefighters.

HOUSTON RIVER FIRE DEPARTMENT and DeQuincy Volunteer Fire Department were also dispatched as automatic aid.

Upon arrival the 2 story home was fully involved with fire. Firefighters conducted defensive fire operations and protected an exposure residence.

Water supply was established using Engine 5 as a draft pumper from a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Thank you to Acadian Promotional Products (Kitty Bruns) for all of your help today with providing two dress uniforms and to Hot Off The Press for heat pressing our emblems on the casket flag and for donating the work that you did

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 05

Thank you Jett Engel (The Store) for delivering the fried chicken to the funeral home for us.
Also, thank you Wanda Parker for all of your help in preparing the food, Shemar Foster and Nicole Williams for washing the District Captain’s unit and to our Firefighters who donated money to help cover the food cost for the visitation.
Thank you Houston River FD for helping us with the Honor Guard duties ... (Full Story)

Ward Six Fire Protection responded to a total of 18 emergency calls during May

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 05

Those calls are as follows:

Vehicle Fire - 1
Woods/Grass Fires - 3
Smoke Removal - 1
Trash Fire - 1
Controlled Burns - 2
Gas Leak - 1
Cancelled Enroute - 3
False Alarm - 1
Motor Vehicle Crashes - 2
Investigation - 1
Public Service Assists - 2... (Full Story)

No Caption At 7:07pm, Ward 6 was dispatched to a single vehicle crash with entrapment in the 200 blk of Holbrook Park Rd This crash occurred about 100 yds from Ward 6 District Captains residence and they were on scene in unit 902 in approx 1 minute

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 04

They were able to access the occupant in the overturned vehicle remove the occupant from the vehicle.

Engine 5, Engine 19, and Unit 901 responded with 6 firefighters. The occupant was transported to the hospital by Acadian Ambulance.... (Full Story & Photos)

On Saturday, June 3, 2023, at 2:56pm, Ward 6 Fire responded to a mutual aid request to provide 3,000 gallon tankers in support of the tank fire that occurred at Calcasieu Refining Agencies from throughout SWLA responded through the SWLA Mutual Aid Associ

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 04

Two 3,000 gallon Pumper/Tankers, Command Unit 901 and 5 Firefighters responded responded. Tankers from Lake Charles FD, Ward 1 Fire Department, and Westlake Fire Department responded and formed a strike team. While in staging this strike team of Tankers were assigned to assist law enforcement with the evacuation of homes close to the event and Graywood Estates. The Tankers were then staged on standby ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 02

One Fire Chief Todd Parker and Asst. Chief Anthony Broxson, HOUSTON RIVER FIRE DEPARTMENT Chief Dean Lappe and Cynthia Lappe, DeQuincy Volunteer Fire Department Chief Johnny Copeland and Sheree Copland joined other fire chiefs from SWLA on Thursday, June 1, 2023 by attending the badge pinning ceremony of Charlotte Lantier as the newest Fire Chief of the Town of Iowa.

Congratulations to Chief Lantier!!!... (Full Story & Photos)

At 9:12am, Ward 6 Engine 5, Service 6, and unit 903 with 6 firefighters responded to a vehicle crash in the 4800 blk of Hwy 27 near Marcantel Rd Upon arrival, one occupant waa able to self extricate and the driver was still located in the driver seat

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 02

Firefighters used extrication tools to gain access to the patient.Both occupants were transported to the hospital by Acadian Ambulance.
The vehicle which was pulling a utility trailer appeared to have left the roadway, and struck a tree before overturning. Fortunately, no other vehicles were involved.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Firefighter Spotlight #5 Captain Loy Bader began his fire service career as a junior firefighter in 1988 at Johnson Bayou and joined Ward 6 Fire Protection District #1 as a volunteer in 1989 before leaving to join the military

Ward Six Fire Protection District No. One, June 02

In 2015, Captain Bader rejoined the department as a volunteer firefighter, he was promoted to Captain in 2021. Captain Bader is also a volunteer with Beauregard Fire District #2 and assigned to the Gordon Station.

Captain Bader holds certifications in Apparatus Driver Operator, Haz Mat Awareness and Operations, Firefighter 1 & 2, Fire Service Instructor 1 and Officer 1. Captain Bader has been assigned ... (Full Story & Photos)


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