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  • About Us

    The Los Santos Fire Department and Blaine County Fire Rescue Department are full spectrum, all-hazards life safety agencies that serve the entirety of the State of San Andreas, including Blaine County and all unincorporated areas within. The two departments protect the citizens and visitors of the state through 24 hour service from 9 fire stations covering approximately 30 sq. miles. In addition to fire suppression, rescue, and advanced life support (ALS) paramedic services, we provide service through many disciplines including technical rescue, hazardous materials response, urban search and rescue, maritime response, lifeguard services, forestry, fire prevention and investigation, as well as our own Air Operations division. 

    We stand ready to meet and respond to the needs of the communities and public we serve whenever and wherever we are needed.

    Mission Statement

    To protect life, property, and the environment through exemplary and innovative service, proactive prevention, community risk reduction, and unwavering professionalism.

  • Los Santos Fire Department Subdivisions

    The Los Santos Fire Department has a number of highly specialized subdivisions that work and train tirelessly to serve the citizens of San Andreas. From working technical rescues, arson investigations, or wildland firefighting, we have roles to fit every firefighter's interests. 

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    The Fire Marshal’s Office sends its city’s finest Fire Investigators to enforce whatever the San Andreas Fire Code throws at them. They have primary jurisdiction, across San Andreas, as Fire Code Enforcement. They investigate fires, conduct monthly building inspections, manage fire permits, assist in raids against wanted arsonists, and respond to fire violation calls. We serve to educate the Public of San Andreas with Fire Safety and Fire Education.



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    The San Andreas Forest Service (San Fire) is partnered with the Los Santos Fire Department to provide top-notch Fire and EMS services to the wilderness areas of San Andreas. San Fire does this through hiring and training individuals within the LSFD pool of employees to select the elite few for this dangerous and rigorous task. In the end however, the brave men and women that are chosen will serve the state well in what they do. Some of the emergency services that San Fire provides are forest and brush firefighting, wilderness search and rescue, and off-road medical treatment and transport. San Fire also operates a fleet of brush trucks, Firehawk helicopters, and bulldozers to provide the best service to the citizens of San Andreas.



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    The Medical Examiner’s Office investigates cadavers with suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths. The Medical Examiner’s Office, identifies their manner and cause of death within these suspicious deaths, as well as provides a state of the art forensics laboratory, that includes DNA analysis. Services the Medical Examiner’s office conducts are on-site investigations; identification of remains; performing autopsies; DNA sampling and testing on unknown remains; examinations of the homicide scene; sexual assaults, and other crimes which require DNA to be extracted from Evidence. 



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    American Medical Response is a for-profit private ambulance service that provides both emergency and non-emergency transport services for the state of San Andreas. AMR is the largest ambulance provider in the country and strives to be the premier ambulance service in the state by providing efficient response, quality training via LSFD, state-of-the-art equipment, a close operational relationship with our fire department colleagues, and of course; competent and compassionate employees. All employees go through extensive training provided by LSFD to ensure that its members are of the highest caliber before hitting the streets. AMR is both a BLS and ALS capable provider to ensure the highest level of service for the citizens of San Andreas.



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    The Division of Special Operations oversees four sub-operations that each are exceptionally trained to deal with the most complex situations thrown at firefighters. They are comprised of Air Operations, Hazmat Operations, Urban Search & Rescue, and Maritime Operations; which also encompasses Lifeguard. DSO has something for every firefighter's interest, and constantly provides new challenges for it's members to tackle each day.

    Air Operations

    This Bureau is responsible for providing airborne firefighting, search and rescue, as well as airlift and life flight operations to the citizens of San Andreas. This division is essential as it allows firefighters to get access to areas that would have been impossible to reach before, get to scenes faster, and provide a better standard of patient care.



    Hazmat Operations

    The Hazardous Materials Response Team is a specialized team within the LSFD Division of Special Operations. This service provides a planned response to incidents where the public is exposed to risks created from a release of or fire involving Hazardous Materials (HazMat). From a small gasoline leak, to a biological threat, the Hazardous Materials Response Team is equipped to handle every HazMat-related issue. 


    Urban Search and Rescue

    The Urban Search and Rescue Team is responsible for search and rescues throughout Los Santos and the state of San Andreas. These members are specially trained in Rope Rescue, Air Monitoring, Confined Space/Trench Rescue, Building Collapse, Advanced Extrication, and Lost/Missing Persons. All members have some basic knowledge of landing zone procedures, water rescue, and HazMat Awareness in order to have the ability to deal with any situation they come across. We also operate a Canine team to assist in resolving searches as safely and efficiently as possible.


    Maritime Operations

    This Bureau is responsible for Maritime Firefighting, swift/open water rescue, and recovery operations throughout the waters of Los Santos. They operate a fleet of vessels that allow a safe and efficient response to both inland bodies of water and the surrounding ocean. We are also involved in various Prevention and education practices in order to keep the citizens of San Andreas safe in and around the water.



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    The Los Santos Fire Department Lifeguard Division is a separate division within the LSFD that is overseen by the Division of Special Operations. It is the primary jurisdictional agency responsible for providing lifeguarding services in the city of Los Santos. The Division covers over 5 miles of coastline from Marina Del Sol to Chumash, with the ability to respond into the Port of Los Santos and surrounding area, as well as to offshore incidents in the Pacific Ocean if necessary. Lifeguards provide emergency medical services, ocean rescue, dive rescue, beach enforcement, and community outreach and education to beachgoers. All Lifeguards are certified EMTs and are often the first BLS resource on scene within their jurisdiction, allowing patients to receive prompt initial stabilization prior to arrival of paramedics and other advanced providers. The Division also hires Civilian employees on a seasonal basis as dictated by the time of year and crowd size.


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  • Chain of Command

    chief.png.8243072887fcdd977e688c924b5bc815.png Fire Chief - Braden W.
    deputychief.png.9c9b53870d3c16828c958841bd313f57.png Deputy Fire Chief - Adam F.
    asstchief.png.ee6c99066c97d5f8be50f58160a775d8.png Assistant Fire Chief - Kris D.
    asstchief.png.ee6c99066c97d5f8be50f58160a775d8.png Assistant Fire Chief - Trenton M.
    districtchief.png.6cd76fe300a4e019df587820397b31c6.png District Chief - Jacob M.

    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain II - Devan H.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain II- Alan G.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain II - Josh S.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain - Adrian A.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain - Payne K.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain - Tom L.
    icon_3135233054.png.f042c60def31c736274c795bea7862c5.png Fire Captain - Nick G.

    icon_3842600455.png.7c29ef988d1059bdc43cd54529d8fdb3.png Fire Lieutenant III
    icon_3842600455.png.7c29ef988d1059bdc43cd54529d8fdb3.png Fire Lieutenant II
    icon_3842600455.png.7c29ef988d1059bdc43cd54529d8fdb3.png Fire Lieutenant I

    fireengineer.png.05757fdc5df3bbfebdc5e3a26a3f189f.png Senior Engineer
    firesrengineer.png.742913ea925a93ff90267442fa538a40.png Engineer

    Member Ranks

    SF2.png.115218dcb853e03cd4d75e635aff87ff.png Senior Firefighter II
    seniorfire.png.b06eac75c510a9ea30ed126f3bc0ff24.png Senior Firefighter
    fire3.png.b8d58226c7b1314ebf0606e3b3ed30fd.png Firefighter III
    fire2.png.86bfd2ef696b78ff33ea91307b2804b7.png Firefighter II
    fire1.png.52e94e3ef15da7de1f571e6420e85898.png Firefighter I
    probiefire.png.b768ffb74ec0ec539bebe213291d8ee6.png Probationary Firefighter

    Volunteer Ranks
    volfire4.png.1a1d15f770c0746acd2df51652cd5d9c.png Senior Volunteer Firefighter
    volfire3.png.0d6dfb6e2127b8fdd26eafeb3ae0027c.png Volunteer Firefighter III
    volfire2.png.8107d34682e941eaaf63f3eb4244cbe9.png Volunteer Firefighter II
    volfire1.png.9a5301013bfbd4d5e33fa20080fe044f.png Volunteer Firefighter I

  • DOJRP Twitter Feed

  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    PIO put up their drone to capture the final clear up in the morning of this overnight entrapment. FF's clearing debris and the scene not shortly after


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    LSFD T8, E8 & M8 responded to a recycling center fire. Fire was extinguished quickly without incident. PIO captured E8 refilling its tank.


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    The PIO team went out with Air Rescue 5 on a Air - Maritime training operation. The team caught some amazing 'diving' shots with the drone!


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    UPDATE: Fire knockdown has been achieved. PIO Team entered the building to provide further insight into the damages. Image capturing E4 Lieutenant II Tom L. F-304 during overhaul w/ crew assisting in checking for hotspots. Building declared safe by Fire Marshals Office.


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    Disaster struck at the O'Neil Farms this evening as reports came into to #BCFR regarding a fire. E2, E3, E4, E9, T3, M3, BATT20, TNK2 & AMR801 responded to the scene. Confirmed 3 story house fire w/ a possible meth lab in the basement, crews to utilize caution. PIO on scene.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    UPDATE: Patient was extracted from the vehicle by the crews of E9, E4, E3 & R4. Patient ran from the scene after removal. Passenger self extricated & jumped from the bridge into the water. BCSO boat units on scene to provide assistance. A3 working to assist w/ patient care.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    USAF Station 4 (E4 R4) along with #BCFR HM4, E9, E3, A3 attended an MVC on the GOH. An SUV blew a tire, losing control & was teetering over the edge! Firefighters at work to stabilize. The PIO Team had their drone up to get some aerial shots of the scene. Updates to come.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    Last evening, #BCFR responded to a large brush/structure fire at the pump station off I-1. Fire was contained in 76 mins. NB I-1 was closed for an extended period of time.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    AMR 601, E9, Air Rescue 6 were requested to a MVC post pursuit. Male subject had significant head injuries. With the assistance of SRU TacMedics the subject was revived and transported by Air Rescue to PBHMC.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    At approximately 2130 EST January 23rd 2023, the #LSFD was dispatched to an Alert 3 Aircraft Emergency on Eclipse Boulevard, Vinewood, Los Santos. Sadly, we can confirm 1 fatality was reported. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families of those affected.


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    #BCFR on scene of traffic accident after suspect fleeing police crashed into an SAHP Trooper


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    At 1130hrs SW4, DIVE9, E3, E4, E9, AMR601 LF41 & BATT21 conducted in-service maritime training led by the DSO Swiftwater Team. Units met @ the Alamo Sea to conduct this training & did some district familiarization, launched a diver from DIVE9, and some rapids management training.


  • 0wZH_exQ.thumb.png.97b326def7ceb5c13c088a0a5329f016.pngDOJRP Ticker @DOJRP_Updates

    The #LSFD responded to a reported high rise accident. Two Window Washers became trapped when a wind gust pushed the cart into the building causing one cable to break loose. A Technical Rescue Team was assembled & rescued operation. 1 victim was transported with injuries.


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