Ilderton Firefighters

The Ilderton Firefighters Association is comprised of active and retired Firefighters. The Association conducts fund raising though out the year and regularly donates to Muscular Dystrophy, Camp Bucko and many local community non-profit groups.
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Ilderton FirefightersMonday, July 10th, 2017 at 4:35am
In 1997 this was a monumental fire in Ontario and started by an 8 year old arsonist. One of the results was in 2007 firefighters got legislation to help with work related cancers.
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Ilderton FirefightersTuesday, July 4th, 2017 at 10:03am
This problem is here in the London area and across the country. Talk to your teenagers and make them aware of the deadly consequences of this street drug. And also deadly Fentanyl laced party drugs.
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Ilderton Firefighters shared AM980 London News's video.Friday, June 30th, 2017 at 5:37pm
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AM980 London News
This incredible video reminds us of the extreme danger all firefighters face. Full story: http://glbn.ca/fKpCzZ
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Ilderton FirefightersTuesday, May 30th, 2017 at 4:20pm
Thank you to everyone who stopped in at the BBQ and Open House on Sunday. Luckily the weather cooperated and we had a great day. The Firefighters appreciate your support.

Survey: Many Firefighters Putting Love of Firefighting Above Health, Safety – Firefighters Worldwide

A recent survey of 2,400 firefighters contributes to the renewed national conversation on firefighter health and efforts to prevent line of duty deaths from cardiovascular and other health events.

This conversation is critical given that 2014 is proving to be one of the worst years for firefighters killed by stress, overexertion or heart attack. The year has already seen 57 line of duty fatalities as of August 27, with 32 of these due to stress/overexertion, and 29 of those specified as heart attack. That’s 50.9% of all LODDs this year attributed to a heart attack.

Source: Survey: Many Firefighters Putting Love of Firefighting Above Health, Safety – Firefighters Worldwide