Canyon Lake Fire Department responded to 78 calls in March

Canyon Lake Fire Chief Jeff LaTendresse on Wednesday updated the public with the department’s monthly report for March.

Station 1 responded to 78 calls in March. They include one fire response, 66 rescue/EMS incidents, two service calls, seven good intent calls, and two false alarms.

The average dispatch to en route response time was 0.57 minutes, the average en route to arrival time was 5.10 minutes, and the average dispatch to arrival time was 5.49 minutes.

Riverside County/Cal Fire responded into the City of Canyon Lake eight times in March, for a total of 22 times to date.

A Shift trained 23 hours, B Shift trained 29 hours, and C Shift trained 31 hours.

Training in March focused on fire ground simulations, reserve firefighter training – hose evaluations, area familiarization – Treasure Island Condos, company operations – simulated structure fire, and turnout training.


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