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Keyword: Las Cruces Fire Department
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The Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is showing support for the New Mexico State Aggies each weekend and during university events by wearing new crimson-colored shirts, the City of Las Cruces said in a news release. more
Want to test your ability to become a Las Cruces firefighter? Las Cruces Fire Department (LCFD) is conducting the Physical Ability Test (PAT) from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday, October 30. more
Beginning Saturday, Las Cruces firefighters will transition to a 48-hour work schedule and a new report-to-duty time of 11 a.m. each shift. more
The Las Cruces City Council took formal action to declare that Las Cruces is experiencing severe drought conditions and is restricting the use of permissible fireworks to barren or paved areas or areas where water is readily available. more
The Las Cruces Fire Department’s Technical Rescue Team – along with representatives from Mesilla Valley Search and Rescue, the Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Office and New Mexico State Police – helped rescue a group of 24 hikers who became separated, disoriented and stranded in the Organ Mountains on Sunday evening. more
Jason Smith has been named permanent chief of the Las Cruces Fire Department. Smith has been interim chief since former Fire Chief Eric Enriquez was promoted to assistant city manager last November. more
After retiring from military service in 2005, Daniels graduated from the fire academy and joined LCFD in 2006. He has been a paramedic for 10 years and became battalion chief in 2015. more
Out-of-hospital adult cardiac arrests are common in Las Cruces. In a study of all adult, non-traumatic cardiac arrests within the city conducted in 2020, Las Cruces had nearly twice the United States average of cases for our population. more
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