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Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department

Union County, North Carolina
 
 

Monthly Call Report

September 2019

Call Type
Number of Calls
Structure Fire
0
Outside Fires
2
Passenger Vehicle Fire
1
First Responder
51
10-50 With Injuries
3
10-50 No Injuries
9
Gas Leak
3
Service Calls
3
Smoke or Odor Removal
0
Cancelled in Route
12
False Alarms
5
Power Line Down
0
Hazardous Condition
0
Public Assist Calls
0
Move Up / Stand By
0
HazMat
0
High Angle Rescue
0
Severe Weather
0
Total Calls
89
Total Manhours at Scene
117.21
Training Hours
56
Total Hours
173.21

Message from the Chief

Thanks for taking the time to stop by to learn more about the Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department. Our fire department serves 43 square miles in Union County, North Carolina.

Our department operates out of two stations. The main station is located on Highway 75 inside Mineral Springs, North Carolina and houses 7 pieces of equipment. The sub-station is located at the intersection of Rocky River Road South and Doster Road. This station houses 4 pieces of equipment.

We have recently changed from an all volunteer department to a combination department (volunteers and paid staff). We are continually seeking new volunteers for our department. Please contact the fire department if you are interested in becoming a member at 704-843-3189 or email Chief Gaddy at chief@mineralspringsvfd.com.

Paid Part-Time Firefighters

The Mineral Springs Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is currently accepting applications for qualified paid part-time firefighters. Qualifications are: must be 21 years old, NC Firefighter (or equilivalent) certified, EMT-B certified, Class B licensed driver (or able to obtain it within three months), and be able to work 36 hours a week. Contact Assistant Chief Tony Belk by phone at 704-361-0316 or by email at tbelk@mineralspringsvfd.com or Chief Don Gaddy at Chief@mineralspingsvfd.com to schedule an interview.

CALL REPORT

2018 ANNUAL

CALL TYPE
NUMBER OF CALLS
Structure Fires
35
Vehicle Fires
8
Outside Fires
36
First Responder
578
10-50 With Injuries
43
10-50 No Injuries
53
Hazardous Conditions
4
Gas Leaks or Spills
10
Service Calls
25
Lockouts
3
Public Assist Calls
22
Cancelled in Route
90
False Alarms
88
Move Up / Standby
4
Severe Weather
18
Power Line Down
17
HazMat
0
 
Total Calls
1,032
Total Manhours at Scene
4,163
Training Hours
1,347
Total Hours
5,510