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Riverside County Fire Department in cooperation with CAL FIRE

Incident Name: Del Oro Type of Incident: Technical Rescue
Incident Address: 25000 Block Avenida Del Oro Incident Number: CA-RRU-146601
Community: Temecula Date Reported: 12/26/2015
Time Reported: 10:23 PM
Fatalities: 0  Major: 0  Moderate: 0  Minor: 0  Non Injury: 0
Transported Ground Ambulances: 0 Est. Containment Time:
Air Ambulance: 0 Est. Control Time:
Loss: $0.00
Saved: $0.00 Evacuations: No
Cause: Evacuation Comments:

Current Situation

(Recent updates are posted at the top of the Current Situation)
UPDATE 12/27/15 @ 4:15 a.m. - The dog was extricated at 12:06 a.m.
UPDATE 12/26/15 @ 11:05 p.m. - Firefighters are attempting to cut the dog out of the drain pipe. Resources will remain on scene for approximately ninety minutes.
CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters responded to a report of an adult male and great Pyrenees dog stuck in a drain pipe. The first arriving engine company reported one person self extricated and one dog trapped. The adult male is uninjured. Updates will be posted as information becomes available.

Resources Assigned

Firefighters: 21 Helicopters: 0 Utilities: No
Law Enforcement: No Engine Companies: 3 Air Tankers: 0
Air Attack: No Truck Companies: 1 Fire Crews: 0
EMD: No Overhead Personnel: 1 Water Tenders: 0
American Red Cross: No Fire Investigator: No Bulldozers: 0
Public Information Officer: No Displaced Persons: No RVC Medics: 0
Ambulance Air: 0  Ground: 1
Specialized Equipment: Riverside County Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team, Urban Search and Rescue Team (USAR),

Cooperating Agencies

American Medical Response, Animal Control, CAL FIRE/Riverside, Riverside County Fire Department,
Prepared By: April Newma n Information Center: (951) 940-6985
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