The Huntersville Fire Department is now recruiting members who are NC Certified Firefighters who also have a NC EMT Certification. HFD will be accepting your emails at: email@example.com - through January 31st. For more details about the 2017 Membership process please visit our RECRUITING PAGE. Thank-you for your interest in Huntersville Fire Department! #BlackOverRed
We are happy to announce that, at the request of the Huntersville Police Department Traffic Safety Section, we are continuing our partnership and hosting their child safety seat check station at our fire station 1 every other Tuesday from 9a-12p until December 20! Dates are: Sept 27, Oct 11, Oct 25, Nov 8, Nov 22, Dec 6, Dec 20#OneTownOneTeam
Sunday, November 20, 2016
Just after 3:30pm Station 1 was dispatched to an MVA on Sam Furr Road at Old Statesville Rd. Upong arrival Engine and Rescue 1 found a serious 3 car MVA, with one SUV overturned and another SUV (a Honda CRV) with extensive damage. Crews immediately determined that one passenger from an SUV was deceased and began working on the second occupant while MedCenter Air was requested to the scene. North Mecklenburg Rescue Squad, Cornelius Fire and MEDIC also arrived on scene to assist. Shortly thereafter the second occupant of the Honda SUV was declared deceased. Crews continued to work on extricating the driver of the other SUV (a Chevrolet Tahoe) which was on it's roof as well as the driver of a third car (a Dodge convertible). Crews remained on scene for over 4 hours, assisting the Police Department with their investigation and providing lighting.
Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Just after the morning rush hour, Engine 1 and Rescue 1 responded to a serious MVA on I77 Northbound, just before the Hambright Road overpass. A single SUV collided the rear of a box truck, at speed, killing the driver of the SUV. Initially MedCenter Air responded, however the driver passed before he could be filly extricated. Crews remained on scene for an extended period of time assisting Highway Patrol and extricating the deceased driver.
Sunday, November 13, 2016
Dry conditions continue in our area. Open burning is NEVER permitted here, especially now. With the dry conditions, low humidity and winds: Outside fires can quickly grow out of control. Do your part and remain #FireSmart #NCWildFires
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Engine 2 on an MVA, rollover, early this morning on Hwy 73 at Oliver Hager Rd. Fortunately the driver climbed out with only minor injuries. #Lucky
Saturday, November 12, 2016
Engine 2 had some HFD family & kiddos attending the annual Birkdale Village parade & Christmas Tree lighting this evening! #BlackOverRedClick below for more pictures.
Friday, November 11, 2016
The Huntersville Fire Department would like to wish you and yours a Happy Veterans Day. The men and women of HFD truly appreciate the sacrifice and the service of the many American Heroes who answered the call to service of this great County. The freedoms we enjoy today are the result of this sacrifice and service. We are proud of the heroes who live in and serve this amazing Huntersville community. We are extremely proud to have Veterans serving within our Fire Department. ...We honor and appreciate their service to our Country and our community. We thought we’d take a moment to share their service! Here are a few of our firefighters who are also Veterans. God Bless America! Rick Reagan: 9 years NC Air National Guard Jon Ryczek: 8 years NC Air National Guard Bill Suthard: 11 Years US Army William Ellison: 6 Years US Marine Corps Reserves Gary Reagan: 7 years, NC Air National Guard#VeteransDay #ThankYou #America #NeverForget Click below for pictures.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
This morning Station 1 responded to a working vehicle fire in the 13730 Block of Bramborough Road. Engine 1 arrived on scene to find a Charlotte Water Truck, heavily involved. E-1 crew made a quick knock on the fire. Truck was a total loss, no injuries. (Photo provided by a resident in the neighborhood).
Monday, October 31, 2016
The Huntersville Fire Department would like to wish you a HAPPY HALLOWEEN! Below are some tips to make sure your Halloween is fun and SAFE! COSTUMES:-Make sure the costume is ‘Flame resistant’ or will not easily burn. If you are making the costume avoid materials that easily ignite. Use flame resistant materials such as polyester and nylon.- Avoid dark colored costume material if at all possible.- If your child is wearing a mask, please make sure the eye holes are large enough to provide full field of vision to prevent tripping, falling and injury.- Provide your child with a flash and/or glow light as part of their costumes. - Remind your child to stay away from open fires (fire pits, bon fires, luminaries, etc).- Review with your child what to do if their costume catches on fire: STOP – DROP – COVER YOUR FACE – ROLL THE FIRE OUT!DECORATIONS AT HOME:- Keep all exits clear of decorations so nothing blocks your escape routes in an emergency. - Remember identify TWO ways out of your home in an emergency. - Use a flash light or battery operated candle for your jack-o-lantern. - Avoid using real candles if at all possible. If you use a candle in your pumpkin, be sure to place the lit pumpkin well away from anything that can burn (drapes, curtains, decorations). Try to keep the jack-o-lantern away from walkways, sidewalks and trick-or-treaters.PARENTS:- Talk to your child about safety prior to starting. Talk about traffic caution, crossing the street at corners only, using sidewalks, walk facing traffic if at all possible, stranger danger and to NEVER walk inside a house - stay outside on the porch or sidewalk.- Accompany your child while they trick-or-treat. Make sure a responsible adult is present with all trick-or-treaters and that the span of control is not too large to effectively manage. - If driving on Halloween, drive slower than normal, beware of excited children who may dart out into traffic without looking. Avoid using your cell phone (this includes TEXTING). Popular trick-or-treating times are 5:30-9:30pm.- Examine all treats before your kids eat them. Check for choking hazards and/or tampering. A scary statistic – on Halloween, kids are twice as likely to be hit by a vehicle than any other night of the year. Let’s not let that happen here in Huntersville. Be safe tonight and make sure our kids have a fun, memorable and spooktacular time! #OneTownOneTeam #BlackOverRed #Halloween2016
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