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New Station Construction

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, June 20

We recently started construction on our new station located east of our current station. We hope to update pictures regularly as our progress continues.... (Full Story & Photos)

Annual Hose Testing

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, May 17

On Monday evening our members began the task of testing hose. This is a task that is required to be completed every year for every hose line that we have in service at Cool Springs. We take every piece off of every apparatus and test it. This is done by putting pressure on the hose for a certain amount of time. We record the hose numbers, mark the couplings to check for separation and repeat process. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chestnut Grove Baptist Church Feeds Fireman

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, May 10

Recently the members of Cool Springs Fire Department received an invitation for supper on behalf of the members of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church. Once we arrived we were welcomed in to the fellowship hall with a smell like no other. Now if you are not from the south or never been to the south you will never appreciate this smell. The members went above and beyond to prepare, fried and baked chicken, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Members of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church and Cool Springs Fire Department
Members of Chestnut Grove Baptist Church and Cool Springs Fire Department

3 vehicle MVA Hwy. 64

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, April 19

On March 23, 2016 Cool Springs was dispatched to an MVA on Hwy 64. Engine2 and Engine 3 arrived on the scene to find a three vehicle rear end type collision. Members began checking for fire hazards and doing patient care. After assisting EMS with packaging patients 64 remained close while towing services removed the vehicles... (Full Story & Photos)

"In God We Trust"

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, April 19

Recently Stedman Volunteer Fire Department put a challenge out to emergency responders to place an In God We Trust decal on their apparatus. After seeing this Cool Springs Fire Department was in the process of getting our Engine 1 refurbished and in the early stages of getting our newly acquired Engine 2 restriped. What better time to do this. We didn't just do those two apparatus but our entire fleet. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 1
Engine 1

Building Fire on Bell Farm Rd.

Captain Jonathan Teague, March 12

Cool Springs, Wayside, & Statesville Fire Engine 4 were dispatched out to a building fire on Bell Farm Rd. Cool Springs Engine 1 checked en route shortly after dispatch and confirmed heavy black smoke from Hwy. 64 & Bell Farm Rd. Once Engine 1 arrived on scene the building was fully involved and Engine ones crew started fire suppression. Statesville Engine 4 also arrived to help with fire ground ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Firehouse Approved

Chief Andy Webster, March 08

On February 12th the Iredell County Board of Commissioners approved the funding of our new firehouse to be located at 672 Mocksville Highway. This is just east of our current location. The new firehouse will not only house our operations but also have a County EMS base, satellite office for the Iredell County Sheriff's Office and Iredell Rescue Squad will have space to house a Heavy Rescue truck. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Fire on I-40

Captain Jonathan Teague, February 28

Cool Springs & County Line was dispatched to a vehicle fire on I-40. Cool Springs Engine 2 arrived on scene with 4 personnel and found a trailer on fire. The car pulling the trailer had detached to prevent the vehicle from catching on fire. The fire was quickly brought under control and scene was turned over to NC Highway Patrol.... (Full Story & Photos)

Overturned MVA with Entrapment on Woodleaf Rd.

Assistant Chief Robert Lovell, February 15

Cool Springs dispatched to Woodleaf Rd for an overturned vehicle with one entrapment. Cool Springs E2 responded to incident. Upon arrival, E2 found one vehicle on its side down an embankment with one person inside but not hurt. Rowan-Iredell FD, Rowan Rescue and Iredell Rescue dispatched to assist. Due to unstable vehicle on embankment, extrication was delayed due limited resources on the scene. Once ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winter Weather causes Multiple Wrecks across Iredell County

Assistant Chief Robert Lovell, February 15

With winter weather in the area today, Cool Springs responded to multiple wrecks with-in our district. As well, multiple wrecks in the county was dispatched though out the day and evening hours. Several incidents reported pin-in's and entrapments. ... (Full Story & Photos)




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