CFA firefighters were called to support a rope rescue operation at Toomuc Creek, near Princes Highway in Pakenham at 11am on Wednesday, 8 July 2020.
On 3 July Upper Beaconsfield Fire Brigade was called out to a diesel car that was alight inside a garage.
CFA crews responded on 5 July to a stressed and struggling Magpie caught in guttering on top of a roof.
Starting from Monday, 22 June Dandenong’s main fire truck will feature two displays of professional Aboriginal artwork on both sides of the appliance.
Clyde volunteer and former CFA career member Ian Ronald Symons will today receive the prestigious Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM) as part of the 2020 Queen’s Birthday Honours List.
CFA crews were called out to a crane on fire in Tyabb at 12.55pm on 18 March.
Bunyip Primary School hand-crafted firefighter costumes to say thank you to CFA.
Dandenong Fire Brigade’s rescue truck has been named in honour of Leading Firefighter Neil Poulton following his passing mid last year.
Many technical rescues start in daylight or twilight and finish in darkness, so training in the dark is crucial.
Just after 1am on Friday 24 January Rosebud and Dromana brigades responded to a fire at the Rosebud Carnival.