Cool Springs Volunteer Fire Department

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Jan 22 18 40
Feb 20 16 36
Mar 20 20 40
Apr 23 22 45
May 16 18 34
Jun 29 24 53
Jul 33 14 47
Aug 28 19 47
Sep 30 19 49
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Possible House Fire on Cool Springs Rd.

CSVFD, August 08

Cool Springs was dispatched out to a possible house fire on Cool Springs rd. with County Line and Rowan-Iredell to assist. County Line units arrived on scene first to find light smoke in the residence. Cool Springs Engine 3 arrived on scene shortly after with a full crew and started helping investigate where the smoke was coming from. Units on scene did not encounter any fire, just smoke inside the ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cool Springs Fire Department Annual Meeting

CSVFD, August 06

Each year Cool Springs Fire Department has an annual meeting. This is a formal meeting where the total of calls for the year and the budget is reviewed for the fire department with the board of directors. The fire departments budget year runs from July to June so in August the annual meeting is normally held and the community is welcome to attend. This year also we had a small promotion ceremony where ... (Full Story & Photos)

Low angle rescue training

Assistant Chief Ray Elmore, August 06

On August the 3rd, the members of Cool Springs fire department participated in a low angle rescue training held at the Cool Spring center. The scenario was that someone fell down a 12 foot cliff and sustained traumatic injuries. We lowered two firefighters down to handle medical care and packaged the patient. The group on top set up a 3:1 MA and belay line. Great job an teamwork from everyone that ... (Full Story & Photos)

Training Burn with Wayside

CSVFD, July 25

Cool Springs VFD assisted Wayside VFD with a training burn on a house off of Hwy 70. The purpose of the live burn is so that firefighters can get live fire training, and be prepared for the real situation. Cool Springs assisted with water supply from our Tanker 1. Thanks to Wayside for inviting us to the burn, it was great training and everyone went home safe.... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire department at Cool Spring Church for annual community day

Assistant Chief Ray Elmore, July 18

On July 18 Engine 3 and Brush 1 was on hand at Cool Spring Methodist church for their annual community day and car show. The firefighters talked to the kids about fire safety and let them look at the trucks and different tools we carry.... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Fire @ Mocksville Hwy. & Page Farm Rd.

Captain Jonathan Teague, July 16

Cool Springs was dispatched to a car fie on Mocksville Hwy. and Page Farm Rd. One of our Senior Firefighters arrived on scene to find a fire in the engine compartment of the Volkswagon. Cool Springs Engine 2 arrived on scene and fire was brought under control. SHP also arrived on scene and the scene was turned over after the fire was extinguished. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Monday Night Training

Captain Jonathan Teague, February 23

On Monday nights the fire department gets together to train on different evalutions that we are likely to encounter on the fire ground. On this particular Monday night we trained on vertical ventilation. Crews went to the training grounds after a short classroom session to do hands on training. While most of the members went to train we did have a few members Firefighters/EMT's standby at the base ... (Full Story & Photos)

Brush Fire in Blueberry Hills

Chief Andy Webster, February 08

Brush 1, Tanker 1 and Engine 2 responded to a brush fire in the Blueberry Hills community. Due to the dry conditions, low humidity and wind County Line was dispatched as well. Brush 1 and Brush 1805 were used to control the fire. Foam was used from Brush 1805.... (Full Story & Photos)

Building Fire on Sain Rd.

Captain Jonathan Teague, February 07

Cool Springs was dispatched to a building fire on a Sunday Evening on Sain Road. Cool Springs Engine 1 was the first apparatus to leave the station. Once Engine 1 was on scene they found a building that had heavy smoke coming from the garage doors. Engine 1 personnel stretched a attack line and shortly after stretching the line mutual aid departments and other Cool Springs personnel showed up to ... (Full Story & Photos)

Truck hauling hay burns on Interstate 40

Chief Andy Webster, February 04

A truck hauling hay caught fire in the east bound lane of Interstate 40 causing a brush fire and several miles of traffic backup. First companies on the scene from County Line Fire Department initiated fire suppression activities. A skid steer was brought in to spread the hay so it could be extinguished. Crews were on the scene for over two hours which cause major traffic delays.... (Full Story & Photos)




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