LaGrange Fire & Rescue

2014 Incidents
Jan 96
Feb 76
Mar 78
Apr 78
May 80
Jun 66
Jul 70
Aug 67
Sep 74
Oct 71
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 756

Past Incidents
2013 827
2012 851
2011 804
2010 514

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Christmas Comes Early for Little Boy in LaGrange

Major Keith Smith, December 15

Saturday evening, Dec. 13th, 2014, will be one that is remembered for a long time. As the video from the news story below will tell, there were many caring hearts that came together to see that this young child had a Christmas that may not have been possible otherwise.
Many thanks to all that contributed to this effort. A special mention to the Shelbyville Fire & Rescue Department for the donation ... (Full Story)

Now Hiring Part-Time Firefighters

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, November 26

The LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department is currently accepting applications for part-time firefighters. All interested parties must complete and submit an application packet. Applications are available at LaGrange Fire & Rescue Station 1 located at 309 North First Avenue, LaGrange, KY, Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. Applications are due on Monday, December 29, 2014 ... (Full Story & Photos)

LaGrange Kindergarten Visit to Station 1

Major Keith Smith, October 09

With what has become a tradition at Station 1, the LaGrange Elementary Kindergarten Class visit during Fire Prevention Week was again a great success. Approximately 100+ children and teachers visited the firehouse and were rotated through several different set ups that included station tours, Stop, Drop & Roll instruction and spraying an active hoseline. A special thanks to Debbie German for her ... (Full Story & Photos)

Jefferson St & Dawkins Rd. Accident

Major Keith Smith, September 29

Two persons were transported as a result of a 3 vehicle accident at the intersection of W. Jefferson Street and Dawkins Road during a heavy traffic time for the area. Quick work by personnel on scene kept the traffic diversion and road closure to a minimum. ... (Full Story & Photos)

71 Southbound Closure Required for Accident

Major Keith Smith, September 29

Crews from Engine 4534 and Engine 4535 responded to an injury accident at the 22 mile marker of I-71 Southbound recently that required the shutdown and redirecting of traffic for approximately 90 minutes. Two subjects were transported to an area hospital with what were reported to be minor injuries. One semi truck, one pickup truck and an overturned passenger car were involved. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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)


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