Firefighting tactics and medical treatment methodolgies are constantly changing and improving. Moreover, community risk issues such as hazardous material releases and threats such as terrorism provide training challenges to the fire service.
South Trail personnel completed a total of 14,120 hours of training in 2015. Of this total 10,660 hours were delivered through in-house training programs, while 3,460 were obtained from seminars and classes taken outside of the Department.
The South Trail Fire Department has been operating as an advanced life support (ALS) paramedic agency since 1999. Our 22 paramedics and 50 EMTs work cooperatively with Lee County EMS to provide you with state-of-the-art emergency pre-hospital care.
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