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News Releases
Free Car Seat Inspections October 22nd - 10/17/14
A free car seat inspection will be held on October 22nd from 4-8pm at Albany Fire Station 12 located at 120 34th Ave SE. A group of volunteers will be available to help you ensure that your car seat is installed correctly.
Albany Fire Department and Police Department Hold Annual Treasure Hunt October 4th (Photo) - 10/02/14
Come visit us this Saturday, October 4th from 10-1. See attached flyer for all the details of activities happening!
Family and Three Pets Safe from House Fire (Photo) - 09/29/14
Today at 3:50pm Albany Fire Department was called to 3127 SE 26th Ave for a house fire. The neighbors reported that they saw flames coming from an upstairs bedroom window. The two girls that were home at the time of the fire reported smelling smoke and while they were trying to find the source of the smoke the smoke alarms went off. They left the house with the three pets: Panther the cat, Zach the ferret and Beast the dog. No one was injured. Tangent Fire and Lebanon Fire came to cover calls in Albany. Estimated loss is 125,000 to the house and 30,000 to contents. The cause of the fire is undetermined and still under investigation. The family did not have insurance the Red Cross was called and the family was also given some assistance from the Albany Fire Fighters Community Assistance Fund (AFFCAF).