Oakland Fire Dept Off To Help Hurricane Ida Victims
Over the weekend, the Oakland Fire Department prepared to leave Oakland for Louisiana and to help the people down there recover from the damage caused by Hurricane Ida, one of the most powerful storms in history.
In this video based on Oakland Fire Department B-Roll, we hear Fire Chief Reginald Freeman and Assistant Fire Chief Robert Lipp talk about what the OFD is preparing for the trip, and why.
The Oakland Fire Department explained that “Chief Reginald Freeman highlighted the importance of making sure #OFD is always ready to activate for major emergencies around the country, while ensuring we stay read to respond to events here at home.”
According to the Oakland Fire Department, Assistant Chief Robert Lipp provided an update on the activation of CA Task Force 4 and explained the role of the coordinated multi-agency Urban Search & Rescue unit that is departing Oakland
Zennie62Media and me, Zennie Abraham, are proud of the Oakland Fire Department, which continues a tradition of Oakland caring for others around the World.
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