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FIRE-TEC makes news throughout multiple newspapers in South America

FIRE-TEC meets with South American government’s in a collaborative effort to bring these nations fire departments up to par. There is a wide array of needs from training & equipment to consulting on tactics and strategy. The commitment and dedication that these firefighters have is virtually unmatched as they battle blazes with very little resources in highly dense and populated cities.

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Projecto Por Amor A Jesus

Lt. Maria Ortiz has been a firefighter with Miami-Dade County for 15 years and has been helping needy people in the Dominican Republic and Haiti for many of those years.

One day while serving the people of Moca, she visited a fire station and noticed that her fellow brothers and sisters in the fire service were lacking in necessary equipment to serve the same communities she was. With great understanding and renewed vision, she decided to start a Non-Profit Organization to further organize her efforts and encourage others to assist in serving the people’s needs, as well as the firefighters.

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FIRE-TEC works with Key Fire Hose in Panama

FIRE-TEC and Key Fire Hose went to Panama to help Panama Fire Department or Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panama CBP on Key Fire’s Combat Ready Fire Hose. Panama’s Fire Department was organized on November 18, 1887 and is one of the earliest established fire departments in the western hemisphere. As of 2008, there are 1295 volunteer fire departments and 68 industrial voluntary fire departments with more than 133,000 volunteer firefighters throughout Panama. FIRE-TEC is honored to work with El Cuerpo de Bomberos de Panama CBP.

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