Around 8:30 p.m. we started receiving calls for assistance from stranded motorists, many on these on Rock Road and K-15 Highway. This flooding was being created by three tributaries that run thru or around Mulvane, Spring Creek, Styx Creek, and Dog Creek to the South and East of Mulvane.

Hays firefighters help steer and push a 1921 REO Speedwagon that served as the first motorized fire truck for the Hays Fire Department back into the fire station after a presentation. Photo by Jolie Green of the Hays Daily News.

At one time, Richard Shubert thought as though he might never find a piece of the Hays Fire Department history he was looking for.

     On Saturday, Aug. 20, the members of the City of Hays/Ellis County Fire Department Technical Rescue Team conducted a high angle rescue training exercise. The training was conducted at the Midwest Energy power plant in Hays.

     One of the most difficult calls you may have can be a vehicle accident involving several patients in an overloaded car or van. Removing the patients to provide care can become quite a challenge. As creatures of habit we tend to attempt to take all of them out of the doors.

Hays firefighters help steer and push a 1921 REO Speedwagon that served as the first motorized fire truck for the Hays Fire Department back into the fire station after a presentation. Photo by Jolie Green of the Hays Daily News.

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