A very large response this morning for crews in western Eagle County. Greater Eagle Fire responded as mutual aid with Gypsum Fire for a tanker rollover between Gypsum and Dotsero. This tanker was found to be actively leaking fuel which activated a response from Eagle County’s Haz-Mat team. The interstate is estimated to be closed for 7 hours while crews evaluate and contain
Ella Mobuerg, a 7th Grader from St Claire of Assisi cooked a great meal for us! This was for a community service project she elected to do just before her confirmation. We are very thankful for this great meal and C shift appreciated it! Thank You Ella!!! #randomactsofkindness
Eagle Fire crews continue to respond to multiple car crashes on Interstate 70 in the Eagle and Gypsum. One of the crash is involved in Eagle County Sheriff’s patrol vehicle, luckily the deputy was out of his car and not injured. The roads are snow packed with ice underneath! Remember, you as the driver, are responsible for EVERYTHING your vehicle does. Please
The Greater Eagle Fire Protection District would like to wish everyone a Safe and Happy 2017! The district is estimated to finish off the year responding to just over 800 emergency calls in 2016. A wrap up of incident statistics from 2016 will be posted at a later date. Again, HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Hockey Game – Live Music – Prize Drawings – Contests – Silent Auction Eagle County Emergency Responders vs. Pitkin County Emergency Responders Proceeds benefit the Eagle County Emergency Responders Fund and SpeakUp ReachOut FOR Event Details, visit EagleOutside hero-classic-sponsor-forms-2017
Gypsum, Colo. – On Saturday, October 15, 2016 , at approximately 2:30 a.m. the Vail Public Safety Communications Center received a report of visible flames in the area of Trail Gulch in Gypsum, Colo. When emergency responders arrived on scene at 3730 Trail Gulch Road they found three structures fully engulfed in flames and threatening several other structures at this location. All three
Gypsum, Colo. – Early Sunday morning, September 18, 2016, smoke alarms awoke a Gypsum family allowing them to safely evacuate their home as fire spread quickly up the back of the house from the deck. The Vail Public Safety Communications Center received the call at 5:25 am and immediately dispatched the Gypsum Fire Protection District and the Greater Eagle Fire Protection District. Gypsum Fire Protection was first on