Early morning EMS call brought firefighters out on HWY 805. Firefighters and EMS was having a difficult time finding location. Dispatch called back and found the address was given wrong and the locati...
Congratulations goes to several members. Firefighter Denise Taylor graduated from college, Jr Firefighter Cameron Triplett becomes a freshman and Firefifhter Matthew Corbett received his EMT Intermedi...
The Jenkins Fire Department had the yearly awards dinner on Dec 17, 2018. Awards given included 5 yr service to Roy Triplett and Matt Anderson, 10 yr service to Matthew Corbett, 15 year to Elijah Davi...
Firefighters responded on Highway near McPeeks Branch to a one vehicle accident with extrication needed. On arrival firefighters checked the driver and securred the vehicle . Firefighters extricated the driver.
Responded to Fishpond Lake to an ATV accident on a trail. Patient was brought to the fire and EMS crews waiting at the beginning of the trail. Another ATV had brought the injuried driver out. Patient was checked and loaded in the ambulance and transported to the hospital.
1) Firefighters responded to a brush fire on US 23. On arrival firefighters had two separate fires. Engine 20 front line was pulled and extinguished first fire, then firefighters moved engine up the highway and quickly extinguished the second fire.
1) Firefighters responded to an ATV accident. Firefighters attended to the patient until EMS arrived and transported to landing site 2) Firefighters set up a landing zone at the Football Field for Wings to tranport.
1) Firefighters responded to an EMS call on Main Street.. Patient was brought to station in the Polaris where firefighters met Neon EMS. Patient was checked further at the station. 2)Firefighters were called to a truck brake fire on US 119.
Firefighters responded with police to a call that a vehicle had been running in the garage for hours. On arrival, no one was at the residence and garage was ok. An oven burner had been left on and was turned off by the firefighters.
Firefighters assisted police officer in early morning hours at a call of a male been hit by a vehicle. On arrival history was taken and patient checked. He was not hit by a vehicle and EMS did not tranfer patient.
Firefighters paged to a two vehicle accident on HWY 805. When leaving the station in Rescue 5-7, police advised it was a one vehicle accident with no injuries and that he was with them on Main Street. The fire and EMS was cancelled.
1) Police had answered a call and unable to lead a funeral. Firefighters were requested to assist. 2) Firefighters responded to an EMS call on HWY 805. On arrival firefighters checked the patient and prepared the patient for transport.