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What's New at Fire Rescue
MDFR participates in the launch of a new public awareness campaign for A Safe Haven for Newborns
The Miami-Dade Fire-Rescue Department joined, Nick Silverio, founder of A Save Haven for Newborns, Lt. Governor Carlos Lopez-Cantera, Sen. Rene Garcia and other state and community leaders for the launch a new public awareness campaign, which aims at informing pregnant young women giving birth to unwanted newborn babies about a last resort option.
Reduce the risk of snakebites with snake safety tips
While most envenomations are accidental, Miami-Dade Fire Rescue’s (MDFR) Venom Response Team provides recommendations to reduce your risk of being bitten this summer.
A handy, downloadable brochure also provides a list of some Florida snakes with information to help you identify venomous and nonvenomous snakes.
Subscribe to receive emergency updates with our Twitter Alerts Program
Miami-Dade Fire Rescue has partnered with Twitter Government & Politics in the #TwitterAlerts program. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue is one of four fire department in the nation participating in this program. Twitter Alerts is a new feature that will bring us one step closer to helping users get important and accurate information during emergencies, natural disasters or when other communications services aren’t accessible. Subscribe to receive our most critical updates here: twitter.com/MiamiDadeFire/alerts, and don’t forget to follow us on twitter @MiamiDadeFire.
Firefighters Against Distracted Driving!
A growing concern in our community today, is the increased number of motor vehicle accidents, cause by a distracted driver. With the help from Miami-Dade County's fire rescue and Jackson Health's Ryder Trauma Center, the city of Hialeah Fire Department produced this video, to create awareness to the real dangers behind distracted driving. Don't be distracted!
The Fire Officers Association of Miami-Dade (FOAMD) asks that everyone watch this public service announcement regarding the recognition of stroke symptoms. This information can save someone's life.
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