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CPFD Responds to Traffic Accident in Lower Park
On Tuesday, October 7, CPFD responded to a traffic accident in the lower park. There were no injuries because scrub oak kept the truck from rolling down the hill. Speed and bright morning sun may have been a factor in this crash. As always, please obey the speed limit in Crystal Park.
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Annual Pancake Breakfast Attracts Crystal Park Residents
Chief Welsch thanks everyone for attending and for their support of the CPFD
FIVE NEW EMT's JOIN CPFD
Erin Davitt, Joan Powers, Twana Denton and Kim Leander graduated from EMT course held at Manitou Springs Fire Station. Not shown is Heather Elliott.
Erin Davitt is working toward her degree in fire sciences at PPCC and has already completed Firefighter I and is a red-carded wildland firefighter. She lives in Manitou Springs and is currently on a firefighting job in Oregon. Joan Powers lives in Crystal Park and has completed the National Registry exams and is certified in Colorado. Twana Denton comes to the department with a long list of training accomplishments from her time in the military, and will also train for firefighting and high angle rescue. Kim Leander has passed her National Registry exam and is provisionally certified in Colorado. She is also trained in high angle rescue. Both Twana and Kim also live in Crystal Park.
Not shown is Heather Elliott, who comes to the department already trained as an EMT in another state. She has completed certification in Colorado; she lives in Crystal Park part-time and is also training for high angle rescue.