UPDATED: BREAKING NEWS: Panama City Fire Involved In High Angle RescueMarty Bowden
Posted by: Marty Bowden
Date: Jul 21 2012 3:17 PM
Panama City Beach, FL: Panama City Beach and Panama City Fire Departments are on scene of a High Angle Rescue on Front Beach Road at Cobra Adventure Park. Panama City Beach Fire Rescue is reporting the High Angle Rescue on their Faceboook Page. Panama City Fire Rescue Ladder 1, Engine 102, Battalion 1, Panama City Beach Fire Rescue Engine 1, Rescue 2, Panama City Fire Department Engine 1, and Battalion 1 are on scene. No injuries are reported. Pictures are from Panama City Beach Fire Rescue’s Facebook Page.
UPDATED: This is an update with another photo that has been attached. Two riders of an amusement ride were trapped 120 feet in the air for almost four hours. Also, Panama City Beach Fire Rescue is also reporting these sats on their B Shift runs:
11 hrs into the shift and so far "B" Shift has ran 31 emergenices:
1 fire alarm call,
1 high angle rescue call,
4 medical calls, and
25 water rescues (with multiple rescues at each call).
Sadly Beach Police have confirmed 3 deaths related to the water.
Water Conditions continue to be dangerous. Please pay attention to the flag warning system and stay out of the water.
Panama City Beach Fire Rescue wants you to have fun, but we want you to be safe!!!!