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HUNTERSVILLE MEMBERS PARTICIPATING IN THE 2015 CAROLINA BROTHERHOOD RIDE

Wednesday, July 8, 2015  Less than a month away from the Carolina Brotherhood Ride!


Huntersville Fire has 2 members participating in the ride this year. (FF Drew Lazarus & FF William Suthard). The 600 mile cycle ride is for the 12 Public Safety Heroes who died in the line of duty, in the Carolinas, in 2014.


This year's heroes: 5 Firefighters, 6 Police Officers and 1 law enforcement K-9 hero.

How can YOU help support their ride? Please click the link below and sponsor them today! Each rider has to raise at least $400 to ride. Here's a link to learn about each and click on the green button to donate to help the rider of your choice (Drew or William).

To Sponsor a rider click HERE


     



 

4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION AT BIRKDALE

Saturday, July 4, 2015  Huntersville Fire Participated in the 11th annual 4th of July parade & wet down at Birkdale Village! Always a huge success, here are pictures from the event. We are proud to live in and to serve THE VILLE!

Happy 239th Birthday America! ‪#‎OneTownOneTeam



     



 

HUNTERSVILLE SUPPORTS THE NIEGHBORHOODS ON JULY 4

Saturday, July 4, 2015  While everyone was enjoying and celebrating the July 4 Holiday, Huntersville Fire was busy supporting local neighborhood parades and celebrations.


     



 

STATION 3 VISITS NOMAD

Wednesday, July 1, 2015  Engine 3 visited 'Karate Camp' at the NOMAD Aquatic & Fitness Center. They spent time with the kids, discussing fire prevention and fire safety. ‪#‎OneTownOneTeam‬

     



 

A QUICK COOL OFF AT BIRKDALE

Friday, June 19, 2015  While driving through Birkdale Village, E-2's crew saw kids that needed some 'extra cooling off' - so they made it happen!


Everyone also received an up-close hands-on tour of the Rig! ‪#‎OneTownOneTeam‬ ‪#‎BlackOverRed‬

     



 

CELEBRATING THE SCHOOL YEAR AT BARNETTE

Monday, June 8, 2015  Today Station 2 visited Barnette Elementary School to celebrate the final days of the school year. We're trying to figure out who had more fun today...the kids or our crew? ‪#‎BlackOverRed‬   #OneTownOneTeam


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THE NEW TANKER 2 IS MAKING PROGRESS

Friday, June 5, 2015  Another, brand new #‎BlackOverRed is headed to the Ville. Our new Tanker chassis has arrived at US Tanker (SMEAL). Check out the NEW Tanker 2, arriving in the Ville --> Fall 2015

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HUNTERSVILLESTATION 1 RESPONDS TO A SECOND MVA ON THE INTERSTATE

Thursday, June 4, 2015  Not long after we cleared the first accident and made it back to the Station...we were sent back to the scene for a second accident near the first one. Luckily NCSHP (who were still on scene from the first accident) were not injured in the second accident. This second accident also involved a tractor trailer, which rear ended a box truck, which had slowed for the first accident. The tractor trailer dumped engine oil along the roadway. E-1 Crew worked hard for close to an hour putting down oil dry and cleaning up the scene.



Units on scene: Huntersville Engine 1; North Meck Rescue 7; Huntersville Police and NC State Highway Patrol.

This was the 9th accident we responded to in Huntersville...this shift.


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HUNTERSVILLE STATION 1 RESPONDS TO AN MVA ON THE INTERSTATE

Wednesday, June 3, 2015  At 11:08pm Station 1, NorthMeck Rescue & Cornelius Fire Department were dispatched to a serious MVA on I77 involving two tractor trailers. A tractor-trailer traveling southbound on I77 struck a car, an SUV and another tractor-trailer that had slowed for construction traffic. The occupant of the car had to be extricated and suffered serious injuries. All other drivers refused medical treatment.  I77SB was closed for over an hour while crews worked on the scene. Debris was scattered all over the interstate requiring Engine 1's crew to cleanup and wash down the roadway.



Units on scene: Huntersville Engine 1, Heavy Rescue 1; Cornelius Engine 2, Squad 8; North Meck Rescue 7; Huntersville Police and NC State Highway Patrol.

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HUNTERSVILLE STATION 2 VISITS THE GLENS

Wednesday, June 3, 2015  An annual tradition - Station 2’s duty crew visited The Glen’s and had lunch with the residents. E-2 helped serve beverages, food and mingled with the residents. It was a great time and the residents are so friendly. We are very fortunate to have The Glen’s in the first due area of station 2. Thank you for your hospitality!

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