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The Patettener rescue dog squadron is ready for action before the end of this year

2022-08-18T16:12:24.171Z

The Patettener rescue dog squadron is ready for action before the end of this year Created: 08/18/2022, 18:00 By: Henry Dinger Honors and promotions at the Pastetten fire department (back, from left): Mayor Peter Deischl, Chairman Günter Plieninger, Markus Heilmaier, Hannah Frost, Tobias Recknagel, Andreas Renner, Hubert Nußrainer and commander Peter Lex as well as (front, from left) Christian



The Patettener rescue dog squadron is ready for action before the end of this year

Created: 08/18/2022, 18:00

By: Henry Dinger

Honors and promotions at the Pastetten fire department (back, from left): Mayor Peter Deischl, Chairman Günter Plieninger, Markus Heilmaier, Hannah Frost, Tobias Recknagel, Andreas Renner, Hubert Nußrainer and commander Peter Lex as well as (front, from left) Christian Falterer, Eva Renner and Thomas Neumair.

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The rescue dog squadron of the Pastetten fire brigade should be operational before the end of this year.

Pastetten

– The fact that the people of Pastetten have the A 94 right on their doorstep is shown by the number of volunteer fire brigades from 2021. In the 33 alerts for technical assistance, which also include traffic accidents, the fire department moved in the direction a good dozen times highway off.

Not only did people have to be freed from cars there, but during a severe storm in July 2021, a tree also had to be removed from the roadway.

Commander Peter Lex looked back in detail at the fire brigade's annual general meeting on the events of the previous year.

The statistics show seven fires, with the motorway reappearing here too: at the end of July, a truck trailer caught fire.

A total of eight fire departments and the THW Markt Schwaben were busy for hours extinguishing the fire and repairing the damage.

Pastetten fire brigade: 67 men and 23 women active

At the end of last year, 67 men and 23 women were active in the Pastetten fire department.

Lex pointed out that together they put in almost 4,900 hours of exercises and training, in addition to 689 hours of service.

The bottom line is a total of 6800 volunteer hours.

The commander of the rescue dog squadron announced news.

The first dogs should take the necessary test in October, so that they can then be active in operations.

"It is planned that the rescue dog squadron can be alerted as early as the end of October," says Lex.

The reports from the fire brigade association showed that the year 2021 was shaped by Corona.

As Chairman Günter Plieninger explained, activities were slowed down but still successful.

What was well received was the "Frühschoppen dahoam", which was offered as a substitute for the morning pint on Epiphany at the Neuwirt after the memorial service.

Bags with wheat beer, white sausages and pretzels were packed and brought to the comrades at home.

Pastetten youth fire brigade: "Survival packages" in the Corona period

There was a similar action for the almost 30 girls and boys of the youth fire brigade.

The youth wardens Andreas Wagner and Andreas Gantner had put together "survival packages" that were placed in front of the young people's front doors.

Inside were an FFP2 mask with a youth fire brigade logo, a fire brigade packet soup to strengthen yourself and some chocolate bars.

"They were a gag because of their advertising slogan, 'If it takes longer again,'" explains Gantner.

A practice line was also included.

"I made knot videos and posted them to our youth fire brigade WhatsApp group.

Everyone could then imitate it.”

Despite all the restrictions, the firefighters collected donations, and not scarcely.

A proud 1200 euros from the proceeds of the traditional St. Nicholas service, with which at least 150 children from 80 families were visited under the strict Corona conditions, could be donated to the readers' aid organization of the local newspaper "Licht in die Herzen" (we reported).

The fire brigade contributed 500 euros for a large-scale fundraising campaign by the Pastetten boys' community, which supports the Munich Children with Cancer e.

V. and the Erding Clinic had raised money with a “drive in” at the fire station.

Honors & Promotions

25 years: Hubert Nußrainer


10 years: Markus Heilmaier, Johannes Neumüller


Firefighter: Hannah Frost, Eva Renner, Frank Poehler-Meye, Petra Meye, Isabel Rengsberger, Julian Jägersberger Chief firefighter


: Tobias Recknagel, Christian Falterer, Thomas Neumair , Christian Neumair, Gabi Krieg


Extinguishing master: Andreas Renner

Source: merkur

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