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Major accident between the access road and the highway eastbound just south of Fair Oaks Parkway.Access Road is congested and backed up to Fair Oaks Parkway. Please use caution in the area.Big thanks to our mutual aid departments who assisted- Kendall County EMS and Bexar County ESD No.8 Fire & Rescue
Leon Springs Fire Department is deeply saddened to report the sudden passing of our Medical Director, Dr. Craig Manifold. Dr Manifold was a highly respected leader in the EMS community and served on several national boards. He also served as a fight surgeon for Texas Air National Guard. He played a major role in improving the level of care that LSVFD personnel are able to provide to the community. Please keep his family and co-workers in your thoughts and prayers.
Funeral procession for Director of Bexar County Office of Emergency ManagementN. KYLE COLEMANDirector Kyle Coleman died after contracting COVID-19 while coordinating the county's emergency response to the pandemic.Director Coleman had served in law enforcement for 46 years. He had retired from the Bexar County Sheriff's Office before joining the Bexar County Fire Marshal's Office, where remained a sworn law enforcement officer and served as the county's director of the Office of ...
The storm pretty much went around Leon Springs this evening but sent fire crews responding to two different structure fire calls due to lightning strikes. One house struck was off of Babcock road and the second was in Stonewall. No fire at Babcock house and small fire in Stonewall that was quickly extinguished.
Earlier this evening a house in the 28000 Block of Ralph Fair Road was reported struck by lightning with smell of smoke. Fire crews responded and extinguished a small fire in the attic of the home. Damage was kept to a minimum and no injuries were reported. Big thanks to our mutual aid companies Grey Forest (ESD8), and Shavano Park for assisting on this call.
It’s National EMS Week 2020!To all of our emts and paramedics and our partners at Acadian, we offer a huge Thank You! With over 70% of our calls being ems related, the fire department and ems both respond to ensure the highest level of patient care. Thank you everybody for your hard work and dedication to the job!
Big turnout today at Leon Springs Fire Station 134 for COVID-19 testing. Eighty two people showed up for their appointments at the drive through test and should receive their results within 96 hours. Big thanks to the National Guard and Office of Emergency Management personnel for all their hard work and dedication.
Thank you Jared!!!Jared Torres, an 8th grader at Garcia Middle School has been working on his National Junior Honor Society service project.He had a water and Gatorade drive to benefit the Leon Springs Fire Dept. He wanted to do something to help the department, and these cases and cases of drinks will come in handy when we need them most.Thank you so much Jared!!!
What a beautiful surprise! Ms. Sandra Kabanek and her staff at Instrument Specialists Inc. on I-10 stopped by our station 134 today and showered us with gifts. They brought boxes and boxes of delicious food and desserts in addition to stuffed stockings for everyone and a very generous donation to the department.Not all of our firefighters can be home for the holidays but everyone at the station certainly knows they are loved and appreciated. It is always our pleasure to serve the citizens of Leo...
Tonight was our annual Christmas dinner and awards night. Congratulations to our Volunteer Firefighter of the year Michael Koerner! Other awards were Top Responder Caitlin Fairhurst, Jim Ortiz winner of Sandra Swope Award of Clinical Practice, and most responses by Korey Workman, Michael Koerner, and Ben Crittenden.
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