SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Palm Bay Fire Rescue’s Jennifer Walk Discusses Her Role of Firefighter EMT

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Palm Bay Fire Rescue consists of six fire stations that cover the City 24/7

SPACE COAST DAILY TV: Jennifer Walk discusses the role of the Firefighter EMT in the Fire Department and talks about her time with Palm Bay Fire Rescue. Palm Bay Fire Rescue consists of six fire stations that cover the City 24/7 with fire and medical services. (Palm Bay Fire Rescue video)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Jennifer Walk discusses the role of the Firefighter EMT in the Fire Department and talks about her time with Palm Bay Fire Rescue. 

Palm Bay Fire Rescue consists of six fire stations that cover the City 24/7 with fire and medical services:

Station 1 (current location opened in October of 2012 / Palm Bay Rd location opened in 1967)

1201 Port Malabar Blvd., NE

  • District Chief – (1) Personnel
  • ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
  • Ladder Company – (4) Personnel
  • Safety Officer

Station 2 (opened in 1982)
150 Malabar Road, SE

  • District Chief – (1) Personnel
  • ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
  • Squad – (2) Personnel

Station 3 (opened in 1997)
790 Jupiter Blvd., NE

  • ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel

Station 4 (opened in 1990)
1200 San Filippo Drive, SE

  • ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
  • 4000 Gallon Tender – (1) Personnel

Jennifer Walk recently discussed the role of the Driver Engineer in the Palm Bay Fire Department and talks about his time with Palm Bay Fire Rescue.

Station 5 (opened in 1998) **Station 5 is temporarily closed while we search for ways to replace it. 
37 San Filippo Drive, SE

  • ALS Engine Company – (5) Personnel

Station 6 (opened in February 2014)
2051 DeGroodt Road, SW

  • ALS Engine Company – (4) Personnel
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