CVFD’s Public Information Officer spoke with 21 female Chino High School juniors and seniors that are in the Ruling Our Experiences (ROX) program. The program is designed to empower girls to pursue their dreams by teaching them positive communication skills, self-confidence, independence, and by exposing them to female role models.
Fire Chief Tim Shackelford congratulated Mike Reilly for his promotion to Engineer. Mike Reilly is an 11 year veteran of the Chino Valley Fire District that is a member of the Fire District's Hazardous Material Team and has worked on various special projects and committees. Congratulation on your promotion!
The Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors recognized Board Member Ed Gray for his 15 years of dedicated service to the Board of Directors. Clerk of the Board Sandra Heney was also recognized for 20 years of service to the Fire District. Thank you for your service!
The Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors proclaimed the month of April Donate Life Month. Chino Valley Fire District hopes to raise public awareness about organ and tissue donations while honoring all past organ, eye, and tissue donors who have saved or enhanced countless lives by becoming donors.
Chino Valley Fire District Board of Directors and the Chino Valley Fire Foundation recognized the sponsors that help make the Make a Child Smile program possible. Thank you for your donations and continued support to make the holiday season brighter for Chino Valley children.
CVFD Junior Firefighter Vincent stopped by headquarters today to leave a donation box for the Ronald McDonald House Walk for Kids on Sunday, April 8. Donation boxes are here and all CVFD fire stations. Donations to Team Super Vincent can be made online http://rmhcsc.convio.net/…/E…/LosAngelesRonaldMcDonaldHouse… #GoTeamSuperVincent 💪🏼
Update 8:10 a.m. Carbon Canyon Road is open in both directions.
Chino Valley Fire District units responded at 6:48 a.m. to a traffic collision on Carbon Canyon Road/Carriage Hills Lane involving a full-sized school bus and a pickup truck. There were 21 junior high and high school students onboard the bus. They did not sustain injuries. The driver of the pickup truck was the only occupant of the vehicle and did not sustain any injuries.
The Children remain on the bus while ...Chino Valley Unified School District works to get another bus on scene to transport the children.
Chino Hills Police Department is stopping westbound traffic to allow eastbound traffic to move, then stopping eastbound traffic to allow westbound traffic to move.
California Highway Patrol is investigating.
CVFD congratulates all Fire District and Law Enforcement personnel recognized today at the annual Salute to Public Safety hosted by the Chino Valley Chamber of Commerce. Thank you for providing a forum to recongize these outstanding indiviuals that go above and beyone the call of duty! Congratulations to CVFD Firefighter/Paramedic Ryan Pourhassanian, Office Technician Melania Arredondo; City of Chino Police Department Officer Tricia Mayberry and Facility Coordinator Dean Carbone; and Chino Hills Police Department Deputy Anthony Ramirez and Secretary Gabriela Coletta.