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...
1) Firefighters responded to a vehicle accident on HWY 805. A male walked into the station to report it. Rescue 57 responded and found vehicle in ditch and no one injuried. 2) Firefighters responded and assisted a male who had fallen.
Fire Department notified of a brush fire near homes in Wrights Hollow. Fire units responded and found a brush fire in the hills away from structures. Units checked the B&O Hill area as well. Forestry was in route to extinguish the fire.
Firefighters responded to search fire a missing person. Units searched the Jenkins area as well as ATV trails. Police made contact with someone that had seen and talked to him earlier in the evening in another county.
Firefighters responded to a brush fire at Fishpond Lake. The Sheriffs Office notified dispatch of the fire and was afraid it would grow with the winds. Firefighters responded and worked for several hours on the fire .
Called to two vehicle accident on HWY 805 near McPeaks Branch. On arrival, firefighters found everyone out of one vehicle. One vehicle had driver still inside. Firefighters extricated the driver and assisted in packaging and loading the patient.
Firefighters were kept busy with back to back EMS calls. The first call was to HWY 3400 and the second call was to High Street. Both patients was checked and information gathered and firefighters prepared them for transport by EMS.
Firefighters responded to Improvement Branch to a meter box on fire and power off the house. On arrival firefighters checked house with a thermal imaging camera for fire and power company notified. Water had got into the meter box causing arcing.
1) Firefighters responded to an EMS call on HWY 805. Firefighters assisted in packaging and loading the patient. 2) Firefighters called to Improvement Branch to unresponsive female. On arrival it was found the coroner was needed.
Firefighters responded to Improvement Branch in reference to smell of natural gas. Firefighters found no leak or smell on arrival. Firefighters talked to residents and later talked to a gas offical about the smell.
1) Fire Department notified of possible structure fire in Smokey Row. On arrival first firefighter notified dispatch to cancel other units that everything was OK. 2) Firefighters responded with police to Ginseng Drive to EMS call.
1) Unit responded to KRCC Building to an alarm sounding. On arrival it was found that the alarm had been activated for a drill. The alarm would not shut off; the alarm company notified. 2) Unit 57 responded to vehicle accident on US 23 when notified accident could not be found.
Unit responded ti Jim Banks Drive to an electrical fire. While in route dispatch advised fire was out but to continue to address. Firefighters checked the structure fire fire extension with the thermal imaging camera.