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Montgomery Fire Department - Montgomery County ESD #2
Montgomery Fire Department / Montgomery County ESD #2 - 20590 Eva Street, Montgomery, TX 77356 - 936-597-4455 - Fax: 936-597-4466
Montgomery County Hospital District
Montgomery County Hospital District hosted a Save Reunion to recognize all the First Responders and Crews for their hard work that contributed to a life being saved.
Pictured Top Row Left to Right: Lt. Reed Griffith, FF Ben McDonald, FF Cody Harris, Captain Devin Craig, Admin. Gretchen Prieto, FF Brandon Bever, FF Clint Daniell, FF Jason Harper, Lt. Charles Freeman. Bottom Row Left to Right: Battalion Chief Rusty Griffith, Battalion Chief Josh Griffith, Captain, Craig Przyborski, FF David King, Lt. Jacob Hoffart, FF Amber Ledbetter
In 1983, Professional Firefighters representing cities all across Texas began participating in various sporting events against other Texas Fire Departments. The Texas Firefighter Games were born and is now held annually in a "Host City". The games are held starting the third Sunday of July each year and end on the Friday of that week. Firefighters from Texas and surrounding states participate in this yearly event. The Texas Firefighter Games mission is to deliver competitive sporting events for participants and a family atmosphere while giving back to the community through various charitable organizations. The vision of the Texas Firefighter Games Board is to provide a family oriented environment to showcase health and fitness, camaraderie, sportsmanship, and the sharing of ideas among firefighters from across Texas and the surrounding states on a yearly basis. To this date, they continue to give back to each host city through contributions to local charity organizations.
Pictured Left to Right: Montgomery Fire Department, Walden Yacht Club Staff, Walden Yacht Club Aquatic Staff, Patient Jeffery Yanko, and Montgomery County Hospital District.
Pictured Left to Right: Lt. Evan Ballew, Lt. Cody Simon, Patient Jeffery Yanko, FF David King, FF Cameron Camp
Montgomery Firefighters on A Shift train at Station 51 n catching the hydrant, pulling hoselines, and flowing water. These training drills consisted of hooking a supply line to the hydrant, deploying a medium attack line (1 3/4") and large attack line (2 1/2). Crews then simulated pulling ceiling to expose hidden fire and performed burpees to increase their heart rate, simulating the stress and adrenaline of going inside a burning building. While routinely conducting this and other similar drills, these skills ensure that when the time comes they will be able to perform the tasks needed to save lives and property, while maintaining the A Shift's high level of fireground proficiency.