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  • Condition 2 fire at 8000 block of Cook

    12/15/2017

    At approximately 12:07 p.m. on Friday December 15, 2017, the El Paso Fire Department was dispatched to the 8000 Block of Cook Dr. for a Condition 2 fire.

  • Put a Freeze on Winter Fires

    12/13/2017

    With temperatures expected to significantly drop this winter, the El Paso Fire Department encourages the community to take special care when using heaters to warm up their homes.

  • Protect your Water Pipes from freezing

    12/7/2017

    El Paso, Texas – As temperatures continue to drop, the El Paso Fire Department would like to remind the public to protect their water pipes from freezing.

  • Free flu vaccines to the uninsured

    12/5/2017

    The El Paso Fire Department is encouraging the community to take advantage of the popular Vaccinations for Health program, which is a successful part of the Medicaid Waiver Program.

  • Holiday Light Decor Hazards

    11/30/2017

    Throughout the years, U.S. fire departments have responded to an estimated average of 840 home structure fires per year that began with decorations, excluding Christmas trees.

  • Holiday Light Decor Hazards

    11/30/2017

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  • Condition 2 fire at 500 block of Ochoa St

    11/27/2017

    El PASO, Texas – At approximately 1:03 a.m. on Sunday November 26, 2017, the El Paso Fire Department was dispatched to the 500 block of Ochoa for a Condition 2 fire.

  • Turkey Cooking Safety

    11/16/2017

    EL PASO, Texas – According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), cooking is the leading cause of home fires on Thanksgiving Day. A cooking fire is three times more likely on Thanksgiving than any other day of the year.

  • Check Smoke Alarms

    11/3/2017

    Two-thirds of home fire deaths result from fires in homes without a working smoke alarm, according to the National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA).

  • Check Smoke Alarms

    11/3/2017

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