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This profile was last updated on 9/19/11  and contains information from public web pages.

Fire Chief


Employment History

  • Fire Chief and Emergency-Services Director
  • Chief
    Salem Fire-EMS Department

Board Memberships and Affiliations

22 Total References
Web References
"A lot of people get comfortable ..., 19 Sept 2011 [cached]
"A lot of people get comfortable with portable heaters, and things like that, but first you have to be sure its been approved for use in a residence and try to keep them clear of combustible materials," says Salem Fire Chief Pat Counts. | Tally of storm damage under way in Virginia, 30 Sept 2004 [cached]
Salem Fire Chief Pat Counts said the damage estimate could rise much higher once damage-assessment teams start adding up the numbers: "A lot of our residents live along the [Roanoke] river or along small streams."
Counts, Salem's fire chief and emergency-services director, said residents of the apartment complex and several mobile-home parks probably would not be allowed to return until tomorrow because the water is still high.
Water Heater Blamed for Va. Dorm Leak, 19 July 2006 [cached]
Pressure built up in a basement mechanical room of the dormitory over about a 24-hour period, forcing the carbon monoxide into the rest of the building through cracks and crevices, said Pat Counts, chief of the Salem Fire-EMS Department.
The system is supposed to shut down if one of its many pieces fails, he said.
Welcome to Clean Valley Council, 4 May 2010 [cached]
Chester G. "Pat" Counts, Fire Chief/Emergency Coordinator, City of Salem | Carbon monoxide caused death of retired ELCA pastor, 19 July 2006 [cached]
The carbon monoxide leak was caused by a failure in a natural gas- powered water heating system, Pat Counts, chief of the Salem Fire- EMS Department, told a July 19 news conference.He said the system is made of several mechanisms that are supposed to stop functioning if one part fails.Counts said he did not know which part failed, but the system continued to function.Pressure built up over 24 hours, releasing carbon monoxide into the dormitories, he said.
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