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  • Hualien quake: Search, rescue efforts uncover more victims

    In the aftermath of the April 3 earthquake in Hualien, search and rescue teams have been tirelessly working on the Shakadang Trail, uncovering victims from the debris. With traditional rituals marking their efforts, they have recently recovered another body, continuing their mission amidst the ruins. The operation focuses on two major landslide areas, revealing the tragic impact of the disaster on the local community and visitors, including a family of five and a couple from Singapore.
    2024/04/10 16:14
  • Cold front in Taiwan linked to fatal cardiac arrests

    A cold front in Taiwan has been linked to five fatal cases of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in the Keelung region. Victims’ ages ranged from 52 to 97. The Keelung City Fire Department reported a total of five emergency rescue cases of OHCA, with two males and three females affected. It is unclear whether the cold weather was the cause of these emergencies. Temperatures dropped to 6-8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning, prompting the fire department to urge the public to prioritize warmth and guard against the risks posed by the low temperatures. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported temperatures of 6-8 degrees in areas north of central Taiwan and Yilan, and 9-12 degrees in southern Taiwan and Hualien-Taitung regions. The whole island may experience regional short-term rain due to moisture from southern China, with heavier rainfall expected in Keelung, the northern coast, and the mountainous area of Taipei city. New Taipei, Taipei, and Yi-lan may also be affected by heavy rains.
    2024/01/23 13:16
  • Investigation begins into Taipei policeman’s sudden death

    A male police officer was found dead in his bedroom at the National Police Agency’s Special Police Sixth Headquarters in Taipei’s Zhongzheng district. The Taipei City Fire Department is conducting a primary investigation into the incident, with the possible cause of death believed to be sudden death triggered by cold weather. Paramedics confirmed the officer’s death upon arrival. While initial reports suggest the cold weather may have played a role, the exact cause of death is still under investigation. Further details will be released following a more thorough probe.
    2023/12/26 21:45
  • Cold surge allegedly caused 18 deaths in northern Taiwan

    Over the weekend, fire departments in Taipei and New Taipei City received reports of 26 cases allegedly related to the recent cold surge, resulting in 18 deaths. While not all fatalities may be directly linked to the low temperatures, authorities are urging people to keep warm. The Central Weather Administration issued a Cold Surge Advisory on Monday, with temperatures dropping to 10 degrees Celsius in northern Taiwan and 7.5 degrees Celsius in Yunlin. The New Taipei City Fire Department received four reports of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest on Christmas Day, with only one successful resuscitation. The Taipei City Fire Department had received 18 similar reports the previous day, with 13 families choosing not to resuscitate their loved ones. Officials are warning residents about the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning from indoor heaters, water heaters, and other electric appliances during cold weather. They advise maintaining ventilation and using such devices cautiously to prevent fire hazards.
    2023/12/25 16:44
  • Taiwan’s temp drop results in multiple cardiac arrests

    The Central Weather Administration issued cold advisories across Taiwan as colder weather hits the country. In just two days, 69 individuals were taken to the hospital showing signs of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, with most lacking pulse and respiration on arrival. Statistics from the Taipei City Fire Department and the New Taipei City Fire Department show a combined total of 26 cases of out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. In Yilan county, four out of six people rushed to the hospital due to the cold were declared deceased. Emergency cases surged in Changhua County, with seven unsuccessful resuscitations. Only 10 people who collapsed due to the cold have been resuscitated. Citizens are advised to take necessary precautions against the chilly weather.
    2023/12/22 17:01
  • Cold snap in Taiwan tied to surge in cardiac arrests

    During a cold snap in Taiwan from Dec. 15 to 17, there was an increase in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCA), with 165 cases reported. However, the National Fire Agency clarified that not all incidents were directly caused by the cold temperatures. In the Taipei and New Taipei metropolitan areas, there were 18 cases of OHCA due to internal medical conditions, resulting in 13 deaths and 5 successful resuscitations. The New Taipei City Fire Department has issued a warning about the increased risk of cardiovascular diseases during the temperature drop, urging individuals with chronic illnesses to take extra care. The department also advises the public to be vigilant for symptoms and to call emergency assistance immediately if needed.
    2023/12/18 16:24
  • Taipei Fire Department, hospital sign MOU for rescue ops

    The Taipei City Fire Department and Taipei City Hospital have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen collaboration between firefighters and medical personnel. The MOU includes joint training exercises, combined rescue efforts during major disasters, emergency medical response for mass casualty events, and the development of shared educational programs. Taipei City Hospital sees this partnership as an opportunity to improve rescue success rates and ensure the safety of search-and-rescue teams, as well as enhance overall operational effectiveness. The integration of real-world disaster response with training aims to enhance team coordination and achieve mutual benefits.
    2023/12/07 20:02
  • Helicopter cleans Taipower tower; false alarm reported

    A civilian helicopter employed by Taipower was involved in routine maintenance work cleaning insulators on a power tower in the Wugu District of New Taipei City. The helicopter was fully operational during the procedure. The New Taipei City Fire Department responded to a report of a helicopter collision with an electrical tower near the Guanyin Mountain Tunnel, but upon arrival, they found no smoke or debris. It was determined that the reported incident was a false alarm and the public was urged to avoid spreading rumors or misinformation. The fire department advised the public to provide detailed information, such as kilometer marks and directions on highways, to help first responders quickly locate potential emergency sites and prevent delays in rescue operations.
    2023/12/07 18:10
  • Austrian woman rescued from Taiwan mountains

    The New Taipei City Fire Department successfully rescued a young Australian woman who was lost in the mountains of Wulai District. The woman, identified as Marion, was studying in South Korea and visiting Taiwan. She had ventured alone to climb Badaoer Mountain but became disoriented during her descent. With her cellphone battery at 5% and unsure of how to report an emergency in Taiwan, she reached out to a friend in Germany who informed the hotel staff in Wulai to report her missing. A 25-person rescue team commenced the search and rescue mission, working through the night until they found Marion in the early hours of Monday. She was unharmed and escorted back to her hotel. The captain of the 4th Emergency and Rescue Corps emphasized the importance of traveling in groups and being prepared with food, cold weather gear, and lighting equipment.
    2023/12/05 19:26
  • Five hikers stung by bees in northern Taiwan, one in ICU

    Five hikers, three women and two men, were stung by bees in a mountainous area near Keelung and Rueifang in New Taipei City. One hiker was taken to intensive care, while the others were transported to Keelung Hospital.
    2023/09/25 18:20
  • Fire dep. partners with university for life-saving training

    The Taipei City Fire Department’s 1st Headquarters has partnered with National Chengchi University to conduct six fire safety and CPR training sessions with the aim of equipping students with life-saving skills.
    2023/09/05 21:51
  • Divers swept out to sea rescued in New Taipei

    In a dramatic rescue operation, the New Taipei City Fire Department saved ten stranded divers swept out to sea near the Bat Cave in Ruifang District on Wednesday (July 5). 
    2023/07/05 19:18
  • Tragic incident leaves Taipei Dome worker fighting for life

    In a tragic workplace accident at Taipei Dome, a 50-year-old male worker was electrocuted while working in a 6-meter-high shaft on the third floor on Wednesday (July 5). 
    2023/07/05 16:48
  • New Taipei adopts fire blankets to combat electric car fires

    New Taipei City Fire Department has recently acquired 16 fire blankets to enhance their firefighting capabilities when dealing with electric vehicle (EV) fires. The move comes in response to the growing concern over the potential dangers posed by these fires, which can reach temperatures as high as 900 degrees Celsius. 
    2023/06/26 17:25
  • 胖熊受驚爬樹受困!「空中翻2圈」墜落 8警接熊神救援

    有人看過熊爬樹嗎?美國內華達州日前有1隻體重超過百斤的棕熊因為迷路且受到驚嚇,竟當場爬到樹上避一避,但牠卻因此不知道該如何下來,就這樣被困在樹上。所幸,有民眾見狀後立刻通報警消到場,並在8名警消在樹下打開防水布、1人搭雲梯車替棕熊打麻醉槍後,這才讓牠「完美落地」、保住一命。
    2023/05/01 18:45
  • 放羊吃草防野火 加州消防局放3千隻羊吃雜草防旱季野火

    日前在美國加州出現了超萌畫面,數以千計的山羊寶寶穿梭在草堆內。奧克蘭消防部門(Oakland Fire Department)表示,隨著野火季節到來,為降低野火風險,請來3000隻小山羊幫忙吃掉雜草,不僅能避免野火發生,還能餵飽山羊寶寶們的肚子。
    2021/05/17 16:55
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