A multi-hospital decontamination training DRILL was held June 20, 2019 in the parking lot of San Dimas Hospital. Several hospitals in the area participated in the training that included: donning and doffing de-con suits, understanding the use of the equipment, setting up a de-con tent and processing patients effected by a potential chemical or bio-hazard incident.
The kids love sunflower seeds, gum and bottle flipping during games!
Little League helps to establish "leadership, character, courage and loyalty in all that participate."
Senior football and baseball athlete Nic.
Tyler Hastings, 29 years old, passed away on October 31, 2018, at Torrance Memorial Hospital. He was engaged to Jennifer Johnson and they shared 4 wonderful years together.
Tyler worked at the American Red Cross, Los Angeles Region, as a Disaster Logistics Specialist and was a master at his work. He will be sorely missed by family, friends and the Red Cross.
As it stated in his obituary "Until we meet again . . . Gone Pokemon Hunting"
James Weigand was honored on Friday, October 26, by the Los Angeles County Fire Department, Pomona Fire (Station 181) for his many years of service.
James passed October 1 in Orlando, Florida at the age of 63. His mother, Frances Weigand, was presented the station flag by Battalion Chief, Jesse Vela.
A memorial service was held the following day at Centro Bosco in Chino.
Mollee, family, friends and caregivers gathered at the Culver Hotel to celebrate Lillian’s 100th Birthday. August 11, 2018
A mass-casualty drill was held at the Fairplex in Pomona in conjunction with neighboring Pomona Valley Hospital Medical Center on April 24, 2018.
The exercise was partly based on the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival last October 2017 in Las Vegas. SWAT, Fire and paramedics, from West Covina, Covina, Glendora, Pomona and Monrovia participated in the special training.
The day started with Bobbie Jo Merica, the owner of Moulage Concepts, Inc., who set her team to task to create 3-D clinical wounds designed to challenge first responders with focused training realism.
Approximately 100 volunteers participated in the simulated mass shooting in the grandstand which lasted nearly two hours.
A multi-agency Active Shooter Exercise was held at Fairplex in Pomona on Tuesday, May 30, 2017. Pomona Police Department, Los Angeles County Fire Department, La Verne Police Department, Claremont Police Department and Cole Schaefer Ambulance Service worked together using Fairplex staff and employees as participants. The drill was held in three phases between 8:30 - 12:00pm in various Fairplex facilities.