Farmington Square Beaverton extends its deepest gratitude to the Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue (TVF&R) for their rapid and effective response to a fire at an apartment complex on the SW 14300 block of Farmington Road, located behind Farmington Square, this morning.
The fire was reported around 7:00 A.M., and TVF&R quickly arrived on the scene. Thankfully, their swift action extinguished the blaze before it could spread, and a subsequent search confirmed that no occupants remained in the building. Notably, Farmington Square's building and residents were unaffected by the fire.
Tawnya Theodore, Executive Director of Farmington Square, commends Carlos, a Med-Tech on duty during the incident, for his crucial role in ensuring the safety of residents. "Carlos exhibited exemplary composure and leadership in a stressful situation," Theodore states. "He meticulously followed emergency procedures, ensuring residents were prepared to evacuate if necessary. He also maintained a calm environment for residents and staff."
Farmington Square is especially grateful for the combined efforts of TVF&R and Carlos, whose quick thinking and decisive actions undoubtedly prevented potential injuries and further damage. Their dedication to public safety is truly commendable.
Farmington Square Beaverton is an Assisted and Memory Care community in Beaverton, Oregon. Farmington Square is proud to have been serving the seniors of the local community and greater Portland-area for 36 years. The experienced team of caring staff, individualized approach to care, and Transitions program for seniors experiencing the beginning stages of dementia set Farmington Square apart from other senior care communities.