Message of thanks
On this page you will find a summary of the letters of thanks we have received in 2017.
Beverley Fire Station
A message of thanks has been received from a member of the public. They expressed their sincere thanks for the efforts of a firefighter from Beverley Fire Station. They described the firefighter, who showed their son around the appliance and equipment, as a credit to the organisation. The station visit made their young boy's day.
A letter has also been received from Dove House Hospice thanking the Service for its continued support and generosity throughout 2016.
Bransholme Fire Station White Watch
A message of thanks has been received from a family member of a lady who was assisted by Bransholme White Watch and FF Aistrop and FF Wood of Hull FIRST (Falls Team). The response and support provided went over and above the lady's expectation. The professionalism and compassion shown by the attending crews supported the individual in times of sorrow.
The service has received a thank you letter for a member of the public who attended the launch of the UK City of Culture 2017 fire engine.
North East Lincs Public Safety
A message of thanks has been received from a Grimsby resident, to say thank you for the service offered by North East Lincs Public Safety Advocates Shona Tinch and Julie Smith. She commended their informative friendly approach.
The Service has received a letter of thanks from Northern Gas Networks, thanking those who supported and responded in Withernsea during the recent loss of gas supply. The efforts of all involved ensured that gas supplies were reinstated with minimal disruption to residents and local businesses.
Public Safety South Bank
A message expressing thanks to Public Safety South Bank Technician Nicky Cousins has been received. The message stated that Nicky "was brilliant and could not have done enough during a home safety visit". The advice she issued was very valuable and much appreciated.
Goole Fire Station Red Watch
Newport Primary School sent in a message of appreciation for the efforts of Goole Red Watch and Dave Dillion of Public Safety North Bank. The children thoroughly enjoyed their visit. All were commended for their engaging approach.
The Service has received a message of thanks from Yorkshire Ambulance Service following the attendance of the Hull FIRST team to a report of a patient in cardiac arrest. The message praises the action of the team whilst performing CPR, which resulted in a Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) to the patient, and the patient being transferred to Hospital in a stable condition.
Peaks Lane Fire station
The family of Station Officer John Andrews sent their thanks to the Peaks Lane crew who attended his funeral. Their presence was greatly appreciated by his family.
Central Fire Station White Watch
Hull Central White Watch have received a message of thanks from a resident following a Safe and Well visit. The resident praised the crews for the service they offered. She now feels more confident about her safety following their visit.
A message of thanks has been recieved from a member of the public who was extricated from her vehicle following a road traffic collision on Friday 13 January. She stated all attending crews were "amazingly brilliant", in particular FF Thomas, who kept her calm and reassured throughout.