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...
Multiple welfare checks throughout the dayCall to Dunham Road for a power pole fire. Fire was out but fuse had been blown.Responded to an EMS call on Store Hill. Firefighters aided the patient until EMS arrived.Vehicle accident on US 119.
A major flood hit the Jenkins area in the early morning hours. Fire crews responded to many water rescues and welfare checks.A alarm sound on Lakeside Drive. Engine 20 responded and checked the building and reset the alarm.Flood calls continued.
Early morning call of a mattress in roadway on US 23. Firefighters removed mattress from roadway. Shortly after fire dept had a call of something burning on US 23. Engine 20 quickly extinguished the fire.
1) Alarm activated in Gateway Industrial Park. On arrival it was found an alarm was pulled but everything was OK. Firefighters reset the alarm and returned to station.2) Vehicle unlock in Rocky Hollow.
1) Called to a vehicle accident on Brickyard Hill. On arrival firefighters placed oil dry on roadway.2) Called to a brush fire on HWY 805 near the Horseshoe Curve. Units responded and traveled to Greys Branch searching for a fire.
1) Units responded to US 119 for oil on roadway from a truck.2) Responded to EMS call on HWY 805. On arrival firefighters aided the patient until EMS arrived.3) Responded to an EMS call in Dairy Hollow.
Firefighters called in the early hours to a structure fire in Number One Bottom. On arrival the house was fully involved. Apparatus stopped on HWY 805 due to the heat. Hydrant line pulled and attack lines pulled to the front and back of the structure.
Lifting assistance on Oak Street.2) Assisted resident on Cora Whitaker Drive.3) Responded to an EMS call on Premier Subdivision. On arrival firefighters checked the patient. No further assistance was needed.
1) Lifting assistance on Cora Whitaker Drive.2) Called to Joes Branch for an EMS call. Firefighters assisted moving the patient.3) Called for mutual aid for Pound on a vehicle fire on US 23.On arrival firefighters quickly extinguished the fire.