Structure Fire
Sun. Mar 23rd 2014
At 0242 hours on March 23, 2014, all Station 180 personnel were dispatched to a confirmed working house fire. Upon arrival, 180 personnel reported to command and assisted with exterior fire suppression.
Structure Fire
Sat. Mar 15th 2014
180 personnel were dispatched for a working residential basement fire. Upon arrival crews from 232 and 179 extinguished the flames. 180 personnel performed salvage and overhaul. 179 truck remained on scene for the fire marshal detail, all other units cleared the scene and returned to service.
Motor Vehicle Crash
Wed. Mar 12th 2014
180 personnel were dispatched, along with 123 and 139, for a motor vehicle crash.  180 Engine acknowledged and went in route. 180 engine arrived on scene and was used for traffic control. 180 Engine was cleared from the scene and returned to service without incident.More…
Motor Vehicle Crash
Fri. Mar 7th 2014
180 personnel were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash with injuries. 180 Engine arrived on scene reporting two vehicles. negative entrapment, fluids and debris on the roadway. 180 personnel stabilized the vehicle, mitigated the hazards and cleared debris from the roadway. Crews assisted the tow truck with the removal of the vehicle. All 180 units and personnel cleared the scene and returned to service without incident.
Structure Fire
Thu. Mar 6th 2014
Station 180 was dispatched for a possible dwelling fire. 180 Truck and Squad responded with additional personnel standing by in station. 179 Chief arrived on scene with 291 Engine to find black smoke coming from a exterior chimney. 179 Chief established command and a crew from 291 Engine investigated. 123 Engine arrived on scene and stood by at a hydrant on Scotia Hollow Rd. 180 Truck and 180 Squad arrived on scene and assisted on scene crews with extinguishment of fire. Crews then checked for extension and completed overhaul operations. Crews cleaned up the scene and returned back in service without incident.
Structure Fire
Fri. Feb 28th 2014
180 units were alerted to a possible residential structure fire. 179 Chief established command with crews from 179 and 232 investigating the odor of smoke in the basement. 180 truck stood by at Old Hickory Lane. The odor was determined to be from mulch burning near the basement door. The small mulch fire was extinguished and the basement was ventilated. All 180 units cleared the scene and returned to service without incident.


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