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Stacy Dalgarno
· April 24, 2017
I am so thankful for you and all of the gentleman that work there. The house next to mine caught on fire last night and it was amazing to see everyone in action. Thank you for keeping our house from c...atching on fire. I have an appreciation for all of you and how hard you work! I know it is such a dangerous job and you selflessly help the citizens in our community. Thank you from the bottom of my heart! See More
Thomas Payne
· January 31, 2017
This morning I had to call 911 for assistance as I was bed ridden due to my back being locked up
And in a tremendous amount of pain
First on the scene was AMR with Longview fire dept called in to in extracting me from my situation to seek help at the hospital
IAM greatly appreciative of all of you who responded to help me in my time of need
Respectful and professional and took the time to minimalize my discomfort
Thank you for being there for me
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Marcie Renée Harding
· March 4, 2017
Thank you so much to the 3 guys who came to my workplace. A sweet older gentleman had some diesel spill out of his truck into the parking lot of my workplace. They offered to clean up the mess for me(...who was very frantic) so I didn't have to. Such nice guys! You are appreciated! See More
Karah Allen
· December 16, 2016
I want to say a huge thank you to your department, especially fireman Dave. You kept my daughter calm tonight after she hit her head. Thank you for carrying her down the stairs. You were amazing!
Rhonda Witherel
· October 16, 2016
We had a blast and I learned Jayden is very good at identifying poison from good. He made a mistake or two but it was great. We went to Kelso and Longview event. He loves his fireman hat! He is also e...xcited to build the fire truck. See More
Christine Renee Smith
· November 4, 2016
We just had a horrible incident with my child getting stuck in a baby swing and the men that showed up were extremely kind and made us calm down in that terrifying ordeal! Thank you all so much!!
Marcus Hunter
· December 7, 2016
Dear Longview Fire dept
I am thanking you for standing up for our right of separation of church and state in the constitution
KLTV stopped by to interview Fire Marshal Jim Kambeitz on firework safety. Check it out!!
This is one of the power lines that came down today near California and 11th. They literally burned into the road in a few places. Always consider power lines on the ground to be LIVE and DEADLY - stay well clear of these and the lines above on nearby poles.
In the span of less than six hours, Longview Fire responded to three structure fires Friday night and early Saturday morning. One of those fires is being investigated by Longview
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Cowlitz County DEM (Department of Emergency Management)

Per National Weather Service:

Confidence is high that accumulating snow will return to the lowlands late tonight and Thursday morning.

*Some melting of snow on ...the roads with snow cover will occur today, with refreezing tonight shortly after sunset.
*Accumulating snow to the valley floor begins tonight mostly after midnight spreading from north to south.
*Colder air follows this system in on Thursday and Thursday night.

SNOWFALL POTENTIAL Late Tonight and Thursday (see graphic):

Light snow beginning in the evening, with little to no accumulation initially. Heavier snow expected to develop after 10 PM. Widespread 1-2 inches of snow expected in the valley, with localized amounts up to 4 inches in the higher terrain.


A shot of cold air will follow this system with temperatures only reaching the mid- 30s on Thursday. Some melting of the snow is expected as the sun should come out for a while in the afternoon. Valley overnight lows will be in upper teens to mid 20s Thursday night and Friday morning.


Another weather system will arrive Friday afternoon through Saturday morning. This system is slightly warmer with snow levels mostly above 500 to 1500 feet. However, a colder system Sunday night and Monday morning may bring the potential for another low elevation snow event.

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