Waterloo Fire Department
Congratulations to members
Alex Baylor and James McClean
On graduating from Waterloo.
Congratulations to Firefighter Mike Copp on completing Firefighter 1!
At the 2016 Seneca County Annual Firefighters Banquet the Waterloo Fire Department was honored with the following awards -
Top number of State Fire Training hours collective in the county
3 Firefighters in the top 3 for number of personal training hours
individual awards below-
Congratulations To LT. AJ Daily for receiving the 2016
Tom Margeit Seneca County Firefighter of the year!
Captain Richard Clark won the 2016 Pete Scannell Memorial
April 6 ,2017 the Waterloo Fire Department Dedicated the Meeting/Training room to
Richard "Dickie" Clark
Waterloo Fire Dept. Elections for the 2017-18 year
Chief - Michael Reese
1 Asst. - Mark Shaw
2 Asst. - Kevin Benjamin
Captain - Steve Henninger
James Clark Tom McBride
AJ Daily Blye DeLair Jr
President - Robert McClean
Vice President - Lynn Swinehart
Treasurer - Mark Shaw
Asst. Treasurer - Mike Cook
Secretary - Linda McClean
Chaplin - Sandy Shaw
Custodian - Kaylie Benjamin
Open Board position (2) - Donny Hartzell
Congratulations to all
March 29th at approx 7:30 pm Waterloo FD was dispatched to an 2 vehicle MVA with entrapment on both vehicles
Waterloo Crews worked on both vehicle at the same time to free the drivers. Mercy Flight was called to the scene to fly one driver out while the other was transported by ground.
Border CITY FD handled the landing zone while Seneca Falls FD assisted by bring an extra set of extrication tools and also provided a standby crew in the Waterloo Station.
Waterloo Fire Dispatched for a working Structure Fire 2/22/2017 Inslee St
Waterloo FD with mutual Aid from Border City, Seneca Falls, and Fayette responded for a working structure fire with the report of a possible person trapped. Units arrived on location with heavy smoke showing from multiple locations of the house. Firefighters made entry and started a search of the structure. While crews were searching the second floor, Waterloo PD Sgt Marquart and A neighbor/off duty police officer Mike Felice saw movement on the first floor. The stepped into the front door and grab the home owner and carried her out of the building. WFD crews found the seat of the fire and started an attack. Seneca Falls Fire performed roof ventilation and Border City assisted with overhaul and ventilation.
Waterloo Ladies Aux responded to the scene and assisted North Seneca Ambulance with rehab of the Firefighters.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation.
Great Team Work by all involved!
Is there FIRE in you?
Stop by on any Monday night after 7:00 pm
To see how you can help.
We are looking for members.
There is something for everyone.
We even have a job for someone who doesn't want to fight fire, there is a need for support staff. This can be on the fire scene and/or in many other ways.
Stop by and find out how YOU can help your community.