LaGrange Fire & Rescue

2014 Incidents
Jan 96
Feb 76
Mar 78
Apr 78
May 80
Jun 66
Jul 70
Aug 67
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 611

Past Incidents
2013 827
2012 851
2011 804
2010 514

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Fire Prevention Week - Smoke Alarms Oldham County Open Burn Law

LFRD Responds to Working Vehicle Fire on Interstate 71

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 19

Recently, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department responded to I-71 NB near the 20 mile marker on a report of a vehicle fire.

Car 4505 arrived on the scene and reported a fully involved vehicle fire. Upon the arrival of Squrt 4531 and assisted by Engine 4534, crew members quickly extinguished the car fire utilizing a 1-1/2" attack hose line.

The occupant of the vehicle indicated to fire officials that ... (Full Story & Photos)

Motor Vehicle Collision on Jefferson ST Requires Extrication

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 19

Recently, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department along with Oldham County EMS responded to the intersection of West Jefferson ST and Fifth AVE on a report of an injury accident.

Car 4502 arrived on the scene and reported a two vehicle motor accident with an extrication. Upon the arrival of Engine 4534, crew members utilized electric and hydraulic rescue tools to remove a driver side door from one of ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention Week - October 5-11, 2014

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 19

Fire Prevention Week was established to commemorate the Great Chicago Fire, the tragic 1871 conflagration that killed more than 250 people, left 100,000 homeless, destroyed more than 17,400 structures and burned more than 2,000 acres. The fire began on October 8, but continued into and did most of its damage on October 9, 1871.

Those who survived the Chicago and Peshtigo fires never forgot what they'd ... (Full Story & Photos)

LaGrange Fire & Rescue Station 2 in Buckner to Host Site for Drug Take Back Program

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 19

In partnership with the DEA, Sheriff Steve Sparrow and the Oldham County Sheriff's Office will be conducting a Drug Take Back Program on Saturday, September 27th, 2014, as part of the National Drug Take Back Day Initiative.

Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal!

Any questions may be directed to the Oldham County Sheriff's Office at 502-222-9501

Drop Off Site: LaGrange Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

The Oldham County Safety and Halloween Festival Scheduled for Saturday October 4th

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 19

On Saturday, October 4th, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department Auxiliary will be hosting the 4TH annual Safety and Halloween Festival at the Oldham County Fair Grounds between 4 and 7 PM.


Activities include:

Fire Safety House, Electrical Safety Demonstration, Stranger Danger and Personal Safety Demonstrations, Child Fingerprinting, Bouncies, Police-Fire-EMS Vehicles, Costume Contests, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Beam delivery scheduled for new bridge over Interstate 71 in Oldham County - Intermittent road closures necessary to accommodate large loads

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, September 17

Louisville, KY (September 16, 2014) – Delivery of concrete beams for the New Moody Lane bridge over Interstate 71 is scheduled to begin next week. The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) has been reviewing logistics with Oldham County officials to accommodate these large loads traveling through LaGrange.

Intermittent closures will be necessary on KY 53 over Interstate 71 as delivery trucks from ... (Full Story & Photos)

9/11 Commemorative Flag Presentation

Major Keith Smith, September 12

The LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department was presented with a 9/11 Commemorative Flag from Thomas Wheatley Jr, a Field Representative with Woodmen of the World, on Thursday morning. Additionally, Mr. Wheatley along with Woodmen of the World provide the U.S. Flags that are flown at all three stations. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Train versus RV on Main Street

Major Keith Smith, September 12

When crews were dispatched on a "train versus recreational vehicle" recently they were expecting the worse but relieved when they arrived on scene and discovered that the only injuries were to the RV and a tow vehicle behind. The unfortunate incident to the out of town visitors happened then they were unable to clear their RV from the active tracks in time before a CSX train entered the area. The ... (Full Story & Photos)


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