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Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Austin Responding To Snowmobile Accident

BREAKING NEWS:8:25 pm-1-14-09
Austin Fire, ambulance, and medic 6 are responding to a reported snowmobile accident on Watkins Road, off Main Street on the Keating Summit end of the Boro.

19 comments :

Anonymous said...

Pray for this young man !

Anonymous said...

Also, please pray for all the dedicated volunteers who reponded to this snowmobile accident. It is not easy to go and learn that it is someone that you know.

Anonymous said...

Station 44, keep your heads up and everybody who responded to this, living in a small area as you know will always bring things like this to your attention, just sucks that 6 months ago something happen like this....

Anonymous said...

Pray for his family :o(

Anonymous said...

AVFD 44 is strong. We've got a tight family and we'll be there for each other. We've been through the good the bad and the ugly and we'll get through this. Our hearts go out to the families involved.....you are our family. If you need us please do not hesitate to call.

Anonymous said...

It is very sad to think over the last few years what the town of Austin has been through... MY thoughts are with the whole Community... Just be there for each other...

Anonymous said...

Nothing AGAINST OTHER TOWNS, but when something happens in austin with families, or even somebody who happen to be in the town. And something like this accures, this town steps in and instead of being 1000 people this community forms as ONE and they strive to get through it. Towns like Austin and Roulette that is a very rural area when somebody passes away 90% of the time it is a friend, family member, somebody else's family, Other then ROUTE 6 for Roulette you can say AUSTIN has the roughest times... Good job station 44, And to the rest of the community. Please help all get through this.

Anonymous said...

I also respect austin (avfd44.com) for there report on the computer, even though everybody in town knows who it was and what happen there report is as follows :

Tonight Station 44 was toned out at 20:24 for a snowmobile accident with one injury in the Austin Boro. Chief 44 (D.VanWhy), Chief 44-10 (C.Cooney), Chief 44-20 (M.Bacon), Chief 44-30 (J.Burgett), Captain 44 (D.Clinton), Chief 44-60 (C.Zenns), Patrol 44-14, Rescue 44-8, and Ambulance 44-6 all responded.







Austin Command - Chief 44



Units On Scene - Patrol 44-14, Rescue 44-8, Ambulance 44-6

Thanks Austin, For being there for everybody.

Anonymous said...

Our thoughts & prayers go to the families of this young boy. Also, to the families of the ones that were along with him for the ride. I just pray that together we can all help each other through the days to come. Rest in peace young man you will be sadly missed.

Anonymous said...

So sad .. and we are not supposed to ask 'why' these things happen. I just don't understand it... Praying for you all..

Anonymous said...

I will love and miss him always. He will be forever in my heart!

Anonymous said...

People all say things happen for a reason, what is the reason for something like this. I will never understand, such a young man. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of this young man.

Anonymous said...

Please forgive me for asking if this is inappropriate, but who was this young man? I do not live in Austin but I used to work there. It is a wonderful family community and my prayers go out to everyone.

Anonymous said...

We will miss ya buddy, hanging out in the "shop", bedracing, "tractor drags",your smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends. Thank you also to Dept 44 and all others involved.

Lyle Dynda said...

First and fore most my Thoughts and Prayers go out to this young boys Father, Mother, Brother and Sister and the rest of our Family. This is definitely going to be a hard time for our family and our small community. At times like this words are hard to come by but sometimes it’s not about the words it about how we as a community come together as one big family. As one big family we are there to support, hold and comfort each other and try to get through this terrible time. The pain and sadness will always be there but so will we.

I also want to thanks station 44 and pass on my Thought and Prayers to them and their families. We have to remember these Men and Women are volunteers and very dedicated volunteers. It’s hard when you come on a seen like this especially when you know the person and their friends and family. Thank you for what you do and what you have to go through. Keep up the good job!

God Bless
Lyle Dynda

Anonymous said...

To the poster above looking for info as to who the individual was in this accident, please know that you will have to wait for the newspaper, radio or a media source to release the name. All family members do not live in Austin and must get the word first about this tragic accident to them.

Anonymous said...

My prayers go out to the family and station 44. This community has lost so many people this year.

Anonymous said...

My heart goes out to this family. They have suffered many times over. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
To Station 44...you are a wonderful bunch. What you all do is amazing!! Know you are in our thoughts and prayers too.
I know its hard, but remember he is at peace and you will all have your own personal angel!!

Anonymous said...

i would like to thank the station 44 for the responce time