13,882

Medical Calls

1,089

Fires

4,371

Public Assists

146

Responders

Escambia County Fire Rescue Stations and Staffing

There are 22 (were 23) fire stations that cover all of Escambia County.  Fifteen of those stations are staffed with career personnel, thirteen of them are covered 24 hours a day and two of them are covered Monday – Friday from 7am to 4pm.  ALS is Advanced Life Support and means those stations normally have a paramedic on the fire apparatus.  (Career stations are listed in red, combination houses are listed in blue, and all volunteer houses are listed in black.)

Station 1 – Bellview 24/7 with three personnel (was four), combination house

Station 2 – Beulah Monday through Friday 7a-4p with three personnel, combination house

Station 3 – Brent 24/7 with four personnel, Special Operations station

Station 4 – Cantonment 24/7 with three (was four), ALS, and Hazardous Materials station

Station 5 – Century Monday through Friday 7a-4p with three personnel (was four), combination house

Station 6 – Ensley 24/7 with three personnel (was four), Battalion Chief, and Hazardous Materials station

Station 7 – Ferry Pass 24/7 with three(was four), combination house

Station 8 – Innerarity Point 24/7 with three personnel (was four), ALS

Station 9 – McDavid volunteer house

Station 11 – Myrtle Grove 24/7 with three personnel, combination house

Station 12 – Osceola with three personnel, Battalion Chief, and only mainland career ladder, Special Operations station

Station 13 – Pensacola Beach with four personnel (currently six due to bridge failure), island ladder, and ALS

Station 14 – Pleasant Grove with three personnel, and ALS

Station 15 – Walnut Hill volunteer house

Station 16 – Warrington 24/7 with three personnel

Station 17 – West Pensacola 24/7 with three personnel (was four)

Station 18 – Molino volunteer house

Station 19 – Perdido Key 24/7 with four personnel, island ladder, and ALS

Station 20 – Paradise Beach CLOSED

Station 21 – Second station for Molino

Station 22 – Second station for Century

Station 23 – Second station for Walnut Hill

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Welcome home Soldier!

After approximately one year on deployment, FF Buscaino returned safely to his family this last week. We are great full for his service to not only our community, but also to our country. 🇺🇸

He will return to work after a much deserved break with his beautiful family. FF Buscaino is assigned to the Bellview Station on Engine 1 “B” Watch.
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Welcome home Soldier!

After approximately one year on deployment, FF Buscaino returned safely to his family this last week. We are great full for his service to not only our community, but also to our country. 🇺🇸 

He will return to work after a much deserved break with his beautiful family. FF Buscaino is assigned to the Bellview Station on Engine 1 “B” Watch.Image attachment

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Welcome home! Thank you for your service!

Welcome home brother!!

Semper FI killa! Welcome home brah.

Welcome home buddy. Luv to see those smiles.

Welcome home brother.

Welcome Home Bus!!!

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WELCOME HOME BROTHER

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Welcome home - thank you for your service Brother. Enjoy the family.

Welcome home Bus! Thank you for serving!

Welcome Home Bus. Thank you for your service.

Welcome home 🇺🇸 thank you for your service here at home and around the world.

Thank you for your service. Welcome home to your family!!

Thank you hero!

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Olivia Murray that will be y’all before u know

Welcome home!

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Great news to end the week:

“Firefighter was discharged this evening and is resting comfortably at home. Please relay a huge thanks to everyone involved in his rescue and those that have checked in.” 🙏

So much change and emotions in one week. When we save our own, it means so much. The brother and sister to our left or right is who we live with, laugh with, and sometimes cry with. 👨‍🚒

This week, we have done all three. We are thankful for the outpouring of support from our fellow IAFF Local’s in the area reaching out for support and the public we serve.

Thanks also to Battalion Chief Hollingsworth who stayed with the member throughout his hospital stay. Brotherhood goes beyond rank.
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Great news thank you to all those involved in saving the life of this brother.

Great news that he's gone home to finish his recovery.

Great news!

Great news!

Awesome news! Thank God the brothers were there to work him!

That’s great!

Super Awesome !!!

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Awesome pally

Injured firefighter update:

As of this afternoon, the firefighter injured at yesterdays training is completely conscious and awake in his bed. He will remain in ICU for observation and as more news is disseminated, we will pass along.

Thank you to all who prayed and sent well wishes! The family knows the public supports him and his recovery.
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Wonderful news....continued prayers 🙏 ❤

That is awesome news and prayers will continue 🙏

Prayers for a speedy and complete recovery

👍prayers

Prayers!

Take care and rest.

Praying

Amen!

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Awesome news, continued prayers from Sowal

Get well brother and speedy recovery…! 🤙🏼

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Escambia County Fire Rescue experienced a tragic accident yesterday that resulted in the hospitalization of one of our own. A 20+ year veteran firefighter experienced a medical emergency that transitioned into cardiac arrest. The firefighter’s remaining crew immediately took action by initiating a mayday, turning the training evolution into a live rescue operation. Crews on scene worked to pull the down firefighter from the building, rapidly removed his gear, and initiated life saving interventions. The efforts of the entire public safety team resulted in the firefighter obtaining return of circulation and is now in ICU, in stable condition.

The Escambia County Professional Firefighters would like to thank our brothers and sisters in Escambia County EMS, Escambia County Communications, Escambia County Sheriff’s Office, Pensacola Fire Department and other mutual aid departments who assisted with coverage, and the hospital staff that assisted. We would also like to thank you all for the overwhelming love and support for our Brother and his family. Please continue to lift them up in yours prayers and positive thoughts.

We will keep you up to date with his condition and needs. Thank you for all the support you have given us and continue to do.
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All 1st Responders are in my prayers daily. Happy to hear his condition is stable Excellent response by all.

God bless him, his family and each person there that saved his life. Angels without wings

Praying for this firefighter, all first responders and his family.🙏🙏🙏 Thank you for the great job you all do on a daily basis.

Prayers for a complete recovery and a big thank you to all the people who provided skilled assistance and life saving actions to save him. So important for trained professionals to make it all possible. You are all very much respected for your knowledge and care. Love to you all.

Praying for a full recovery and comfort for his family.

Prayers for a full recovery, and great job by all.

Oh no, prayers for him and his family, thank God y'all were with him and able to do what you did!!! You all are the best around, thank you for what you do for all of us!!! ❤💙🙏

Praying for his recovery and so grateful for our heroes

Prayers for him, his family, and dept.

Thoughts and Prayers from Local 407, Waukesha, WI

This is awesome teamwork! Prayers for our brother and family

Prayers to our brother from Palm Harbor. Great job by all on scene.

Here's to all first responders who treat, save, and protect. The community is in your debt...

Prayers for recovery. Hats off to all the wonderful people who made saving this life a reality.

prayers brother. Stay safe and take care of each other.

Praying for him and you be strong baby girl 💖

Praying for him and your guys!

Praying for our brother 🙏. All of you are true heroes!

Sending prayers!

Prayers for this public servant.

Sending prayers!

Job well done we take care of our own brothers and sisters.

Praying for all!🙏

Strong work. Prayers for our brother.

We will be continuing our prayers.

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Local 4131 is home to 146 members of Escambia County Fire Rescue (ECFR) located in Pensacola, Florida.

Escambia County covers 662 square miles and is the Western most County in Florida.  A resident population of nearly 400,000 people with an average annual tourist load of over 4,000,000 people. ECFR runs nearly 17,000 calls a year and provides everything from fire suppression to ocean rescue and non-transport ALS.