Clintonville House Fire 10-28-15

Written By: Timothy Zilch Photo’s By: Timothy Zilch

Clintonville Fire Paged Wednesday Morning to 39 2nd St for a reported house fire.. Marion and Embarrass Fire Departments assisted. 

 

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Marion Structure Fire 10-24-15

Written By: Wayne Gauger   & Timothy Zilch      Photo By: Timothy Zilch

 

 

Saturday Morning Marion Fire Department was paged to Carver Wood Products NE 2nd Street City of Marion . Marion Fire was assisted by many other surrounding departments. Some of them being Clintonville Fire Department, Grant Fire Department, Tigerton Fire Department, Pella Fire Department, Bear Creek Fire Department And Manawa Fire Department. Clintonville / Marion Ambulance First Responders Grant First Responders Marion Police all assisted at the scene. Fire is under investigation No injuries were reported.

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Tanker Crash Lineville Road at I-41

Written By: Wayne Gauger       Pictures By: Wayne Gauger

A semi-tanker rolled over on the US 41 northbound off ramp to Lineville Road. The tanker was carrying diesel fuel. Officials say it looks like the tanker was exiting from US 41 when it rolled over while trying to go through the roundabout at the top of the off ramp.

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Township of Deer Creek Corn Bin Fire Outagamie County 10-16-15

Information & Photo By: WGWI-PUBLICATIONS Reporter Timothy Zilch 
Bear Creek Fire Department was paged to River Road and County F in the township of Deer Creek Friday morning. Bear Creek Requested Clintonville Fire Department and Shiocton Fire Department. Clintonville Ambulance and Outagamie County Sheriff assisted at the scene. No injuries reported.

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Fire Prevention Week Tips

From: Lt. Nick Craig Green Bay Metro Fire Department

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CAHL and GBMFD Team Up For Fire Prevention Week

Green Bay, WI — October 5th, 2015—This year’s Fire Prevention Week Theme (October 4-10) is “Hear the Beep Where You Sleep”.  According to the latest National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) research, working smoke alarms cut the chance of dying in a fire in half. Meanwhile, three out of five fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms. 

Sadly, the number one cause of fire deaths is due to cigarette use.  Since 2009 GBMFD has had 3 fatal fires.  Two were caused by careless use of smoking materials and in the third one, it was definitely a contributing factor that led to the fire.  Community Action for Healthy Living, Inc (CAHL) and the Green Bay Metro Fire Department (GBMFD) are teaming up this week to encourage Green Bay area rental property owners to make their properties smoke-free and to have working smoke alarms.

CAHL also cited other reasons for making properties smoke-free, including:

·         Smoke-free buildings save time and money.  On average, it costs 2-3 times more to clean a unit that has been smoked in compared to one that hasn’t.

·         Wisconsin residents want smoke-free housing.  72% of Wisconsin residents who keep their units smoke-free, but live in buildings that allow smoking would prefer a smoke-free building.

·         In addition to being safer, profitable, and popular, enacting a smoke-free housing policy in public or private housing is also completely legal.

GBMFD recommends the following smoke alarm messages:

  • Install smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside each separate sleeping area and on every level of the home, including the basement.
  • Test alarms at least monthly by pushing the test button.
  • Replace all smoke alarms when they are 10 years old or sooner if they don’t respond properly.
  • If the smoke alarm sounds, get outside and stay outside. Go to your outside meeting place.
  • Call the fire department from outside the home.

Visit http://greenbaywi.gov/fire/,  http://cahl-wi.org/, or www.wismokefreehousing.com  for information on making your rental property smoke-free.