Upon registration at the Compton Firefighters Annual Golf Tournament, you will be receiving these amazing custom packaged temperature controlling bags! They hold inside various items that every golfer needs and wants! All of the items were selected and put together to give our participants something that they will use and enjoy! #comptonfire #golfer #fundraiser #mda #golfcountryclub #teeoff #golfbag ... See MoreSee Less
We are less than one week out from the Compton Firefighters Annual Golf Tournament!! Only a handful of open slots remain! Sign up and reserve your spot today! ————————————————————-The first 40 people to arrive at the registration table will receive a special gift that morning! ————————————————————- #comptonfire #golf #fundraiser #mda #fireservice #golfer #teeoff #candlewoodcountryclub #riseandshine ... See MoreSee Less
The actual site where the Granite Mountain Hotshots were found. Each cross signifies a deployment place mark for each member. #granitemountainhotshots #memorial #hotshots #firefighters #brushfires #granitemountain19 #comptonfire #respects #rip #fireservice #arizona ... See MoreSee Less
An amazing place to stand. Glad I was able to visit it
Hoo rah brothers. We will take it from here fire dogs. I think about you guys every time we get dispatched to a wildland fire
I will be there on Sunday. Did the hike last year with my engine crew and this year with my lovely lady she is excited to do this hike...
That was such a heartbreaking day here in Northern Arizona. A couple of weeks prior to Yarnell, this hotshot crew defended their namesake...Granite Mountain. That fire came over the hill quickly approaching the horse ranches on Williamson Valley Road. Not one home was lost.
We call them the #Prescott19 or the Prescott 20, as the sole survivor deserves our prayers too.
So sad... Brave souls!
God Bless Their Souls for Eternity!
Kinda sends chills down my spine.
This was so incredibly sad to see. When we go to my moms in Prescott we drive by this all the time😞
Isn’t it beautiful there? Had the privilege of visiting there when we lived in Arizona. Such a tragic loss. Thank you for sharing, always think of them and their families.
My heart cries every time I think of these firemen 😢
God Bless and Keep You, One and All | #ThankYou | Sharon and Blake
They died as a team,
The veterans were protecting the rookies.
No one ran...
RIP, prayers for the family’s 🙏🏽🇺🇸
It’s sad but a beautiful memorial
May their Star Shine Bright from the Heavens Nightly. MLLH&R, #Hotshots
It was a sad day as I grew up there and my husband and I got married in Yarnell .
Is this open to the public now? I heard it was on private property not open to the public last year.
Here in Arizona we Honor
Rest In Peace Warriors!
Rest easy brothers we have it from here just be our guardian angels as we continue to do our job you will never be forgotten and you will always be missed you're loved and missed by everyone that knew you
You see they're not dead Hot Shots live forever God bless you my friends and God bless their families let there be peace Let There Be Pride Let There Be closure for the families Lord
Compton Firefighters took a journey to Arizona to witness the Granite Mountain Hotshots Memorial State Park that was dedicated to the 19 of 20 hotshots who gave their lives on June 30, 2013. Strong work and dedication to our brothers in the fire service... #comptonfire #hotshots #granitemountainhotshots #yarnell19 #yarnellfire #fireservice #brotherhood #firedepartment #wildlandfirefighter #hikingtrip #arizona #roadtrip @ Granite 19 Hotshots Memorial ... See MoreSee Less
☎️🚨 THANK YOU FIRE COMMUNICATIONS 9-1-1 OPERATORS 🚨☎️
Meet the voices behind 9-1-1...Fire Communications Supervisor Tracy Gonzales and Area E Regional Fire Communications Center staff. They are the first points of contact when an emergency occurs.
Every year during the second week of April, telecommunications personnel in the public safety community are honored during National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week for creating a safer and better community. This week-long event is a time to thank our 9-1-1 professionals, who dedicate their lives serving the public.
Thank you for being the guardian angels of Compton, Downey, and Santa Fe Springs’ firefighters, always watching their backs!
The first thing people should do in a life-threatening emergency is dial 9-1-1!
Thank you for all you do, Tracy, Brent, Doug, Bryan, Lee, David, Anita, Eugenia, Lauren, and Pat! ... See MoreSee Less
The mission of the Fire Department is to create a safe, self-reliant and viable community through prompt and efficient emergency services; effective fire prevention and environmental control; and community outreach and training in fire safety, emergency medical treatment, and disaster preparedness.