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MFD E2 (Hazmat) digging to clamp the line struck.
MFD E2 (Hazmat) digging to clamp the line struck.

2 First Due Runs & 1 Mutual Aid Assist

Asst Chief Danny Beauvais, September 02

With record setting high heat humidity temperatures for the year Shepherds on duty personnel had already checked off equipment for the day and made sure the coolers were filled with fresh water and ice as they prepared for the day ahead. At 11:58hrs Shepherds along with Engine 2 were alerted to a reported AFA (Automatic Fire Alarm) activation in the 400 block of Greenbay rd in Shepherds station 2's ... (Full Story & Photos)

Great News Received & Some Updates

Asst. Chief Danny Beauvais, August 31

The past week and a half has been steady for the men Of Shepherds Fire-Rescue call wise and very active with the news that Shepherds was awarded with a Federal grant to purchase new SCBA packs along with a cascade system to help us with the ability to have new state of the art equipment, as well as beginning the planning phase of our new outbuilding which will contain a class room setting, showers ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 1 @ Troutman Sta 1 providing coverage  while units were on a building fire.
Engine 1 @ Troutman Sta 1 providing coverage while units were on a building fire.

Rear-End Type Collison

Asst. Chief Danny Beauvais, August 21

@12:16hrs Shepherds along with Mooresville Engine 2 were alerted to a reported MVA with possible injuries on River Hwy @ Pinnacle Lane. Shortly after dispatch Shepherds Engine 1 & Mooresville Engine 2 were responding. Engine 1 arrived on location within 10 minutes and advised of a 2 car MVA rear-end type collision with command (Capt 550 J.Craver) being established. After investigation the crew on ... (Full Story & Photos)

2 Car MVA

Asst Chief Danny Beauvais, August 20

@ 17:16hrs Shepherds along with Engine 4 were alerted to a reported MVA with injuries just down the road from Shepherds station 1. Within moments Shepherds Engine 1 & Chief 500 (Robinson) were on location and investigating the scene. After investigation command advised he had a total of 4 patients including (One infant). 2 of the pt's involved were code 4 (Denied care) while 2 others required transport. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Relay pumping with Tanker 1
Relay pumping with Tanker 1

Multiple Calls For Service

Asst. Chief Danny Beauvais, August 19

The past 48 hours has been unusually busy for Shepherds with a total of 11 calls for service being dispatched. Calls ranged from local medicals, possible house fires, automatic fire alarm activation's and a few illegal burns. Not only were members busy responding to calls but various training sessions were conducted within the past week. Last Wednesday evening Shepherds emptied out the house and headed ... (Full Story & Photos)


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2014 Incidents
Jan 90
Feb 71
Mar 121
Apr 83
May 100
Jun 86
Jul 83
Aug 96
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 730

Yearly Past Incidents
2013 942

Current Weather
Temperature:73 F
Wind Chill:73 F
Wind Speed:0 mph
Wind Direction:0
Humidity:83 %
Visibility:10 mi
Sunrise:6:54 am
Sunset:7:45 pm
As of 9/3/2014 2:13 AM

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