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Mon. Mar 12th 2012
Medic 1 / Utility 2 - Ford F350 4x4

Brendletown Fire and Rescue has purchased a 2002 Ford F350 4x4 from Anchor Richie EVS. The unit was traded in to them and has...

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Sun. Jan 30th 2011
New Driver Operators

Wesly Braswell and Tyler White have completed the requirements to become driver operators with the department. To qualify, me...

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Tue. Jul 27th 2010
Water Supply and Handline Training

During weekly training on July 27th 2010, Brendletown Fire and Rescue held a Training exercise at station 2. The purpose of t...

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In the month of July, the fire department will be conducting our annual hydrant testing on each Tuesday night.  Members are urged to attend to make this a speedy process.  Captain Mike Thomas will be leading this if you have any questions please feel free to contact him. Hope Everyone has a Safe and Happy 4th of July!!

 

  

 

Brendletown Fire Rescue to Install Free Smoke Alarms for Residential Homes
 
RALEIGH — Fire Chief Jason Black of Brendletown Fire Rescue would like to announce that the department has been awarded new smoke alarms from the North Carolina Department of Insurance Office of State Fire Marshal.
The fire department will be for canvassing at risk communities to insure that homes have working smoke alarms. The goal is to insure that every level of the home has working smoke alarms and to replace smoke alarms that are more than 10 years old.
The alarms are being provided by the North Carolina Department of Insurance through a federal fire prevention grant that was awarded to the Office of State Fire Marshal. The goal of this program is to properly install long life, battery-powered smoke alarms in homes that do not have working alarms to protect the lives of local citizens.
Each week, staff from Brendletown Fire Rescue will go door-to-door to ask residents to allow firefighters into their homes to check their smoke alarms. If any smoke alarms need to be replaced, new alarms will be installed in the proper locations. If no one is home at the time of the visit, a notification tag will be left on the front door to notify the residents that the fire department has stopped by for a courtesy check of their smoke alarms.

For additional information about the smoke alarm installation program, go to www.brendletownfire.com or call the fire station at 828-584-7720, 828-584-0394.    To inquire about having an assessment or have your detectors checked you can email smokealarm75@gmail.com

 



Recent Calls
 
Thunder Storm
Tue. Jun 10th 2014
Brendletown Fire crews as well as most of Burke County were busy on June 10 with the storm that rolled through our area.  The storm produced heavy rain, damaging winds and hail in some areas.  Brendletown responded to several trees down in the roadway.  Great work by all members and t...

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Car Fire Crystal Creek Road
Tue. Jun 3rd 2014
Brendletown Fire and Rescue was alerted to a car fire at 1:46pm on Crystal Creek Road. Upon arrival units reported working fire. Engine 1, Engine 9, and Brush 1 Responded. The fire was suppressed quickly with no other vehicle or structures damaged.  ...

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MVA with possible injuries
Mon. May 12th 2014
Brendletown Fire was alerted on May 6, 2014 of a MVA at the intersection of Conley Rd and US 64.  Engine 1 responded from headquarters along with first responders.  Upon fire department arrival, there was a single vehicle which had ran off the roadway at the intersection. Brendletown first...

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Smell of Smoke
Mon. Apr 14th 2014
Brendletown Fire was alerted to the a residence on Emerald Circle Monday.  Initial dispatch stated the caller smelled smoke.  Lt. Kevin Head was working Duty Officer that day and responded Engine 9 emergency traffic.  Deputy Chief Junior Dula initially responded Brush 1 due to the fac...

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Obstacle Course Training
Mon. Apr 14th 2014
Brendletown Firefighters participated in an obstacle course drill.  This drill was set up to showcase members ability to physically and mentally do some of the task that firefighters face. There was no time limit on this event however some departments do time this event.  Several members p...

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Recent Calls

Tue. Jun 10th 2014
Thunder Storm

Brendletown Fire crews as well as most of Burke County were busy on June 10 with the storm that rolled through our area. ...

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Tue. Jun 3rd 2014
Car Fire Crystal Creek Road

Brendletown Fire and Rescue was alerted to a car fire at 1:46pm on Crystal Creek Road. Upon arrival units reported working fi...

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Mon. May 12th 2014
MVA with possible injuries

Brendletown Fire was alerted on May 6, 2014 of a MVA at the intersection of Conley Rd and US 64.  Engine 1 responded fro...

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