On Sunday 17th November, three firefighters from Mt Eliza Fire Brigade conquered Australia’s highest stair climb in full firefighting gear to raise money for The Fred Hollows Foundation.
The Mornington Peninsula Shire Open Air Burning Local Law regulates burning off outside of the Declared Fire Danger Period. During the month of October 2019 some open air burning restrictions have been relaxed to enable landowners to burn off for fire prevention purposes.
On Tuesday for the Brigade’s weekly training night, members participated in Breathing Apparatus skills maintenance session in preparation for the introduction of new BA sets for emergency service responders, including Vic Police, MFB and Ambulance Victoria.
On SATURDAY 13TH APRIL at 10:30am Mt Eliza Fire Brigade will be hosting an information session about the upcoming Wooralla Drive planned fuel reduction burn.
It was 4th July 2018 when reports of a house fire came in just after 11pm.
Frankston Fire Brigade – CFA and Mt Eliza Fire Brigade responded with further information being that a 12-year-old girl was trapped in an upstairs bedroom with the downstairs curtains on fire. Her grandma was also inside, and the girl did not know where she was.
A neighbour heard the girl’s cry for help and went inside the burning house and saved her life, with the fire brigade arriving shortly after.
This video is their story.
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