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Fire Chief Fred Charlton receiving first dose of vaccine
Fire Chief Fred Charlton receiving first dose of vaccine
Clackamas Fire receives COVID-19 vaccines - 01/12/21

On January 11, 2021, Clackamas Fire District #1 (Clackamas Fire) began vaccinating frontline firefighters and paramedics, with plans to continue throughout the week. Four hundred doses of the Moderna vaccine has been made available through Clackamas County Public Health and will be used to vaccinate Clackamas Fire personnel and first responders from neighboring public safety agencies over the next few weeks. Those agencies include:

Gladstone Fire Department

Hoodland Fire District #74

Sandy Fire District #72

Life Flight Network

Gladstone Police Department

Milwaukie Police Department

Oregon City Police Department

Sandy Police Department

City of Happy Valley Code Enforcement

The vaccination process will include the use of Points of Distribution (POD) that are setup up to safely and efficiently move personnel through the vaccine process. The PODs will be setup and staffed internally by Clackamas Fire personnel representing our emergency medical and health and wellness departments.

Clackamas Fire is currently involved in community distribution for at-risk groups for the flu vaccine and has plans to assist Clackamas County Public Health in vaccinating members of the public for COVID-19, as doses become available and a timeline is established.

As firefighters and paramedics begin to be vaccinated, Clackamas Fire will remain diligent in taking the steps necessary, including the continued use of face coverings to keep our community safe.  Fire Chief Fred Charlton says, “Partnering with Clackamas County Public Health allows Clackamas Fire to access the needed vaccinations to help keep our first responders safe and healthy, as we continue to respond to the needs of the communities we serve.” 


Early Morning House Fire Displaces Two - 01/09/21

Shortly after 2:00 a.m. crews were dispatched to a report of a house on fire at 14875 SE Linden Lane in Oak Grove. First arriving firefighters found a one story house with fire coming from two rooms and spreading to a covered porch. Firefighters quickly went to work pulling hoselines to extinguish the fire and search the building to make sure everyone was able to get out. Two people, along with their dog and rabbit were able to escape prior to crews arriving. 

The fire was brought under conrtol in 20 minutes and no injuries have been reported.  The two residents and their pets have been displaced and are being assisted by the Red Cross.  Fire Investigators will be on scene to work to determine what caused this fire to occur and the extent of damage..

Please remember to have a working smoke alarm on every level of your home and outside of each sleeping area. 


Clackamas Fire Responds to Early Mornining Car Crash - 12/23/20

Just after 6:00am, Clackamas Fire crews were dispatched to SE HWY 224/SE 82nd Dr. – I205 ramp for a report of a traffic accident with entrapment. Upon arrival, crews found two vehicles with heavy front-end damage. Firefighters quickly went to work to extricate one person from one of the badly damaged vehicles, who was then transported to a local hospital with serious injuries.

Clackamas Fire would like to remind everyone to please use extra caution on icy roads.

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