Spokane County Fire District 10 is proud to be home to twelve female firefighters. These awesome volunteers serve citizens of the West Plains with integrity and dedication. Their backgrounds are varied, and their experiences are wide ranging bringing to the district a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

Serving the West Plains of Spokane County

Thank you for taking the time to visit our Spokane County Fire District 10 website! We appreciate the opportunity to serve our friends and neighbors within the West Plains community.

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Our Mission

Fire District 10 is dedicated to serving the West Plains by:
  • Protecting life, property and the environment.
  • Presenting education and prevention.
  • Providing fire, medical and emergency services safely.
  • Performing professionally and politely.

Spokane County Fire District 10

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ONE OF THESE ROOMS IS SAFER THAN THE OTHER. ... See MoreSee Less

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Please slow down when you see Emergency Responders on the roadways. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago

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I do to, but let people see it so they can see how bad it is.

I absolutely hate seeing those pictures. We have 6 first responders in our family. These tragedies are totally preventable. Slow down and don't rubber neck. Pay attention. PLEASE

HOT APPLIANCE/COOKING BURNS

I will never forget the first time I responded to a significant burn from cooking. The person was burned from the waist up from a greased pan on fire, the person mistakenly tried to take the pan outside rather than put a lid on it. I wish I could say it has been the only one. I would love to not see another one for the rest of my career so please read over these tips and share, thank you!

Always use oven mitts or potholders to remove hot items from the stove or microwave.

Use the back burners of the stove to prevent children from reaching up and touching hot pots and pans.

If you are overly tired, have consumed alcohol or medication, do not use the stove or stovetop!

After cooking, check the kitchen to make sure all burners and other appliances are turned off.

Keep a lid near the stove anytime cooking with grease, if a flare-up occurs just "put a lid on it."
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3 weeks ago

HOT APPLIANCE/COOKING BURNS

I will never forget the first time I responded to a significant burn from cooking. The person was burned from the waist up from a greased pan on fire, the person mistakenly tried to take the pan outside rather than put a lid on it. I wish I could say it has been the only one. I would love to not see another one for the rest of my career so please read over these tips and share, thank you!

Always use oven mitts or potholders to remove hot items from the stove or microwave.

Use the back burners of the stove to prevent children from reaching up and touching hot pots and pans.

If you are overly tired, have consumed alcohol or medication, do not use the stove or stovetop!

After cooking, check the kitchen to make sure all burners and other appliances are turned off.

Keep a lid near the stove anytime cooking with grease, if a flare-up occurs just put a lid on it.

Furniture and TV Tip-Over Public Safety Message

Bumps and bruises are a part of childhood. But some falls can be very serious. Each year, more than 2.8 million children are treated for injuries resulting from falls. In fact, falls are the most common cause of childhood injury in the home. Because preventing falls in kids begins at home, read these articles to help keep them safe.

The IAFF and Nationwide Insurance have teamed up as part of Nationwide’s “Make Safe Happen” child safety initiative to educate and raise awareness of preventable childhood injuries and death.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=rzxorroXZu0
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