COMMUNITY FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT
Statement Regarding COVID-19
Due to recent events Community Fire Protection District will be accepting office visits by appointment only. Building and Occupancy permits should be printed from our website Communityfpd.org.
Occupancy Permit: When applying for Occupancy Permits, bring the completed Occupancy Permit application to the office and place it in the lock box located in the vestibule. Payment by check can be placed in the lock box with your application. Payment by credit card can be taken by phone.
Building Permit: When applying for Building Permits, bring the completed Building Permit application along with 3 sets of plans to the office. The Building Permit application should be placed in the lock box. Plans should be placed in the bin located in the vestibule. For approved Building Permits, call the office to arrange for pick up and payment. To schedule an inspection contact the office of the Fire Marshal at 314-428-1128.
Until further notice, access to all Community Fire Protection District facilities requires an appointment. Public Relations events, fire station tours, and general fire safety inspections will not take place until further notice.Paused
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A 29 year old lady and her family, had the good fortune of deciding to do her shopping at Overland Plaza recently. While there she experienced chest pain and shortness of breath and an ambulance was called. The Community Fire Protection District responded with an ambulance from the engine house in Overland. On arrival the crew placed her on the Life Pak 15 for an EKG and oxygen saturation reading. The monitor immediately alarmed showing an elevated met hemoglobin of 3% and a carbon monoxide reading of 37%. She was placed on high flow oxygen and transported to a hospital for hyperbaric oxygen therapy. A call was placed to her residence and it was evacuated and the other family members were sent to medical treatment. An evaluation by the gas company found a faulty flu on the hot water heater.
The Community Fire Protection District is pleased to announce the deployment of the first two Lifepak 15 monitor/defibulators in the state of Missouri. The monitors present a new generation in patient monitoring. In addition to providing diagnostic quality 12-lead electrocardiograms the monitors also monitor: Sp02, EtCO2, SpCO, SpMet, & Noninvasive Blood Pressure. In Therapy modes the unit can preform manual defibrillation, AED defibrillation, synchronized cardioversion, & noninvasive pacing. The new units are in service on department ambulances 3817, 3827 and 3837.
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