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ROTARY CLUB VISITS STATION 1

Friday, June 9, 2017  Very thankful to the Rotary Club of Lake Norman Huntersville for the $500 donation AND breakfast at all 3 Stations this week! #OneTownOneTeam‬ #BlackOverRed





     



 

SUNSET VIA LADDER 1

Friday, June 9, 2017  The sun sets on a beautiful Friday here in the #Ville. Courtesy of our Ladder 1...at the 105' level. #BlackOverRed #OneTownOneTeam

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NATURAL GAS LINE CUT ON BUD HENDERSON RD

Thursday, June 8, 2017  Station 2 responded to a large Natural gas line cut long Bud Henderson Road between Beatties Ford Road and Brenthaven Park Dr. The cut line caused a strong odor of Natural Gas throughout the Carrington Ridge neighborhood. Our Engine 2 remained on scene throughout the event ensuring safety of residents and workers as the line was clamped. #OneTownOneTeam

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STATION 2 VISITS BARNETTE

Wednesday, June 7, 2017  What's better than Engine 2 visiting your school and spraying you and your classmates to celebrate the end of the school year? How about when YOUR DAD made sure that he was on the fire truck that day! A complete surprise today at Barnette...little man thought Dad couldn't make it! FF Jason Pack is another proud example of the men and women who serve the #Ville

#MakingMemories #OneTownOneTeam #BlackOverRed









     



 

WORKING HOUSE FIRE ON MAXWELTON DR

Wednesday, June 7, 2017  At 10:59 am this morning our Stations 1 & 2 were dispatched to a working house fire in the 8100 Block of Maxwelton Drive. Our Engine 2 arrived on scene first to a single story residence with heavy fire showing from the garage area. Crews extended 3 attack lines into the home extinguishing the fire within 25 minutes. Firefighters conducting a search of the residence were able to locate & rescue 4 pets from the home (3 cats & 1 dog). Two of the cats required treatment on scene. Our firefighters and MEDIC administered oxygen, successfully reviving two of the cats. All 3 cats (cat 3 was alert & fine) were transported and treated for smoke inhalation. The dog suffered no injuries and actually played with firefighters after the fire.

During the incident a firefighter, in the attic of the home fighting the fire, suffered minor burns. He was transported by MEDIC to CMC Huntersville for treatment and eventually released. His name and agency affiliation have not been released. We'd like to thank the Cornelius-Lemley Fire RescueHuntersville Police DepartmentCMPD Animal Care and Control & Mecklenburg EMS Agency - Medic for their assistance in this incident as well as the Town Of Davidson and the East Lincoln Fire Department for providing Station coverage for Huntersville & Cornelius. Investigators are on scene investigating the cause, two adults were displaced and the home is a total loss.

On scene: Huntersville Engines 1, 2, Ladders 1, 2, Heavy Rescue 1; Cornelius Engines 2, 3, 4, Squad 8 and Brush 6; MEDIC 21, 42 and the Fire Marshals Office.

#TwoTownsOneTeam #BlackOverRed




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PETS RESCUED FROM HOUSE FIRE

Wednesday, June 7, 2017  Pictures of our firefighter, Aprill Williams, as she rescues 2 cats from the house fire today on Maxwelton Dr. #PetsAreFamilyToo

     



 

MUTUAL AID FROM EAST LINCOLN

Wednesday, June 7, 2017  We want to thank the East Lincoln Fire Department for covering our Station 2's area today while we operated on the Maxwelton Dr house fire. #MutualAid#Brotherhood

   


 

PIEDMONT GAS BURN OFF

Tuesday, June 6, 2017  All week, off-duty members (hired back) have been standing watch with reserve Engine 11 at a PNG gas burn-off on McCoy Rd #OneTownOneTeam‬ #KeepingYouSafe

     



 

COOKIES FOR RICHARD

Saturday, June 3, 2017  A great day in the #Ville yesterday with chocolate chip cookies delivered to our Fire Stations in honor of Richard's birthday. #CookiesForRichard#PVFD73 #Sheltra #NeverForget

Richard Sheltra Memorial Foundation Pineville Volunteer Fire Department




     



 

STRUCTURE IN CORNELIUS

Thursday, June 1, 2017  Our Station 2 responded to Cornelius Last night for a fire. Quick response & work by Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue stopped the fire before it spread to the house.

     



 
 
 

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