One call for a 2 vehicle accident on HWY 805 in Cromona. Rescue responded and firefighters aided the driver until EMS arrived. Firefighters remained on scene until vehicles were removed.Another call c...
Many things have occurred inside the fire department in the last 2 months:New member of the Jenkins Fire Family was born on April 27, 2003 to Matthew and Heather Corbett; named Lukas Richard Corbett ....
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...
Fire Department was paged to a forest fire in Tom Biggs Hollow in McRoberts. Second page advised the fire was near the top of Dunham Mountain. Neon Fire Dept was paged as well. On arrival it was found that the fire was a back fire by the Ky Division of Forestry to control an earlier fire.
Engine 9 responded to a 2 vehicle accident on HWY 805 near Haymond. Firefighters extricated one and assisted in cleanup of the scene. 2 were pronounced dead at the scene. Firefighters remained on scene until scene was cleared.Neon Fire and EMS also responded to the call.
1) Firefighters were notified of a vehicle fire near the Pike/Letcher Line on US 23/119. On arrival a RV Camper was fully involved with flames. Firefighters pulled an attack line from the front of Engine 20 and quickly extinguished the fire.
1) Rescue 57 responded to a vehicle accident with injuries on HWY 805 near Camden. Firefighters checked for injuries and assisted in traffic control. 2) Firefighters responded to assist a male that had fallen and needed assistance into his wheelchair.
While the haunting at the old high school was going on , firefighters were called to a home on Libby Lane . The resident saw smoke coming from the roof area. Firefighters checked the house with a Thermal Imaging Camera and found no fire.
Firefighters were called to a two vehicle accident on HWY 805 at Premier Subdivision. On arrival EMS was already on scene with occupants. Firefighters assisted in traffic control and clearing debree from roadway.
1) Firefighters were called to Improvement Branch to a dog trapped in a culvert. Firefighter Steven Damron entered and Firefighter Matthew Corbett backed Steven and freed the dog. 2) Firefighters responded to Brick Street to an EMS call.
1) Firefighters responded to the Family Dollar Store parking lot where a child had locked himself in a vehicle. Firefighter unlocked the door. 2) Vehicle stopped at the station and told the firefighters of a forest fire near Horseshoe Curve on HWY 805.
Firefighters were notified by a female coming to station that she thought her vehicle was on fire at the Family Dollar Store. Firefighters went to parking lot and checked the vehicle. Steam was coming from a busted radiator hose.
Firefighters were called to an early morning call at Premier Subdivision. Male patient had not been breathing but had pulse and breathing on arrival. Oxygen was given and patient watched until EMS arrived for transport.
Fire Units responded to White Wolf Drive to a structure fire. On arrival firefighters found the structure fully involved with flames and heat on neighboring house. Firefighters were hampered with live wires on the ground.
Firefighters responded to Wheaton Hollow to a possible structure fire. Firefighters used the thermal imaging camera to check area. It was found the heaters had been turned on and the dust on the coils caused the smoke.