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HUNTERSVILLE SUPPORTS PINEVILLE VFD

Wednesday, May 4, 2016  Our Engine 1 covered a few shifts for the Pineville Volunteer Fire Department this week; following the line of duty loss of one of their fire fighters. Our Chief Officers also helped PVFD navigate their loss and our PIO was assigned to cover their MEDIA relations and spokesperson duties all week.  

It was an honor. Rest Easy Brother. #Brotherhood #PVFD73

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STATION 2 PARTNERS IN OPERATION NO SECOND CHANCES

Friday, April 22, 2016  This morning, we (along with North Mecklenburg Volunteer Rescue Squad, Medic and the James Funeral Home assisted the Huntersville Police Department with their 'No Second Chances' program at Hopewell High School, ahead of their Prom. ‪#‎BoozeItLoseIt

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HUNTERSVILLE BEGINS ANNUAL HYDRANT TESTING

Monday, April 18, 2016  Beginning this week and continuing over the next few Months (April-June) all Huntersville Fire Stations will begin the annual maintenance of fire hydrants throughout the Town. Firefighters will be checking each hydrant; perform light maintenance, test and flow hydrants (flowing water from the hydrant to flush out any sediment). This maintenance is completed annually, prior to summer, and ensures that all the hydrants are in good working order. Firefighters will also be checking and clearing around hydrants for accessibility (no shrubs, flower boxes, mail boxes or yard decorations may block access to the hydrant).

     



 

STATION 1 RUNS MVA VERSUS POLE

Sunday, April 10, 2016  Earlier this morning (around 2am) Station 1 worked an MVA with North Mecklenburg Volunteer Rescue Squad and the Huntersville Police Department on Statesville Rd near Compass St. A car struck a telephone pole, breaking the pole in half leaving it, along with the power lines hanging freely. EnergyUnited worked hard and quickly to repair the pole and wires, restoring power to the area at 4:30am.

     



 

STATIONS 1, 3 ON A WORKING HOUSE FIRE

Sunday, April 10, 2016  Just after 2pm stations 1, 3 (with additional support from Charlotte Fire stations 31 and 28) responded to a working house fire on McGinnis Lane (just off Eastfield Rd). Engine 3 arrived on scene with smoke showing from the roof and immediately stretched a line inside the home, to the second floor. Once they made it to the attic they found heavy fire in the attic and began fire attack with a single 1 3/4" line.

The Fire started on the exterior of the home, at an outside corner, near some trash cans and climbed the outside wall of the home & quickly translating into the attic. Crews were able to knock the fire down in about 15 minutes. All residents escaped without injury and will be displaced. One firefighter found the family cat hiding in a room, unharmed. Major damage to the home's attic, roof and water damage to the second floor will require extensive repairs.

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STATION 2 RUNS AN MVA ON THE BFR

Thursday, April 7, 2016  Station 2 ran a 2 car MVA on Beatties Ford Rd just North of McIllwaine Rd just before 6pm. Both cars had significant damage, however the drivers were relatively ok and refused treatment. The accident created quite a bit if traffic issues during the evening commute.

     



 

STATIONS 1, 3 ON A WORKING TOWNHOME FIRE

Tuesday, April 5, 2016  At around 4pm, Stations 1, 3 and Cornelius FD responded to a Working Structure Fire at 13739 Cinnabar Place in the Vermillion neighborhood. Engine 1 & Ladder 1 arrived on scene within 3 minutes to find heavy fire showing at the rear of a 2 story, attached Town Home. Crews split and moved quickly to the attic space, stopping the fire while also quickly knocking down the fire at the rear of the town homes. The fire appears to have started at the rea...r of one home, on the stairs leading to the back door. The fire quickly climbed the outside wall into the attic, compromising several windows, the soffit and spread into two town homes before being stopped by our crews. The fire was reported by a Huntersville Police Officer working off duty in the neighborhood. The Mecklenburg County Fire Marshals Office is investigating the cause of the fire. The residents of two Town Homes were displaced by the fire.

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HUNTERSVILLE 101 VISITS HFD

Wednesday, March 30, 2016  This year's attendees of  Huntersville 101, a 9 week session learning all about the Town and Departments, stopped by for a few hours to learn all about our Town & our Fire Department. Very happy to see such packed sessions and we enjoyed meeting you! #OneTownOneTeam 


     



 

ENGINE 1 RUNS A VEHICLE FIRE

Sunday, March 27, 2016  Engine 1 responded to 17300 Block of Cambridge Grove Dr for a vehicle fire just before 7pm. Upon arrival, the fire was already extinguished, however the Fire Marshals Office was contacted to respond and determine fire cause and origin..fire was confined to the rear truck bed of a pick-up truck. 

     



 

STATION 1 RESPONDS TO AN MVA ON I77

Friday, March 25, 2016  Multicar MVA on I77NB at Exit 25 in the Toll construction zone. The accident shut down I77NB for a bit, until the roadway could be cleared. 

Although the interstate is the NCSHP jurisdiction, HPD has lent a hand quite a bit in clearing and reopening the road since the Toll construction started. 



   


 
 
 

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