Welcome to Tri-County GSAR
18 Oct 2014 Training
- Created on 20 October 2014
TCGSAR team members enjoy a hot meal during a day long exercise that included a day time and night time navigation exercise on Saturday October 18. Many thanks go to Bob and Sheila Searle for organising and providing the excellent meals of beef stew and chilly, it was greatly appreciated and enjoyed by all.
Fire Prevention Week
- Created on 06 October 2014
On Saturday Oct 4, members from Tri-County join Riverview Fire during their open house they put on to kick off Fire Prevention week.
- Created on 08 September 2014
Thanks to Stella and Richard this years team BBQ was great fun with a washer toss competition and lots of great food. Our fearless Captain Richard (in photo) navigated the BBQ through torturous conditions (note the hat) to a successful meal with burgers, hot dogs and sausages... mmm so good.
July 26 14 Training
- Created on 27 July 2014
Members of Tri-County go to work preparing a subject for extraction during a day long training session July 26, 2014. The Training subject had multiple injuries having fallen from a tree stand several meters high. Thanks to all members who showed up to practice.
- Created on 13 July 2014
This years fundraising efforts took place from the 10 - 12 of July. Many thanks to those who took part and helped out. The above image is Aimee Gallie (left) and Paulette Cooling and the Dieppe Blvd. store
- Created on 25 June 2014
From RCMP J division web site:
On June 24, 2014 at 9:00 p.m., Neguac RCMP received a call that two men had not returned from a fishing excursion, on land, in the Bartibog area. The men, aged 69 and 60 years, both of Village-Saint-Laurent, were due back around 3:00 p.m. but were only able to contact family briefly at around 9:00 p.m. stating they were lost in the woods. Contact was then lost.
RCMP Police Dog Services along with the Miramichi and Tri-County Ground Search and Rescue Teams were activated and searched throughout the night.
At 6:20 a.m. this morning, the men were located by the search teams, and are in good health.