LaGrange Fire & Rescue

2015 Incidents
Jan 80
Feb 88
Mar 61
Total 229

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2013 827
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2011 804
2010 514
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LFRD Releases Crusade for Children 2015 Schedule

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, May 23

On Saturday, May 23, 2014, the LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department will once again kick off our annual roadblock and door-to-door campaign for the 2015 WHAS Crusade for Children. And once again we are asking for your help.

Our roadblock collection campaign will start on Saturday, May 23rd and will continue through Sunday, June 7th at the following locations:

- First Avenue & Jefferson Street

- First ... (Full Story & Photos)

Oldham County Open Burn Ban - 2015

Assistant Chief Adrian Doleman, April 27

Due to being designated by the Federal Environmental Protection Agency as "non-attainment" air quality for ozone and particulate matter because pollution levels have exceeded those permitted by the Clean Air Act, beginning May 1, 2015 and continuing until September 30, 2015 open burning is prohibited in Oldham County.

All questions concerning Open Burning should be addressed to KY Division of Air ... (Full Story & Photos)

Multi Vehicle Incident on I-71 North

Major Keith Smith, March 11

On March 7th, 2015 LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department was dispatched to assist South Oldham Fire Department on a multiple vehicle accident on I-71 North near the 17 mile marker. The incident involved a total of ten (10) vehicles, three(3) of those being semi-tractor trailers. As the pictures reveal one of the passenger cars was involved with fire upon arrival and one semi-tractor was on top of another ... (Full Story & Photos)

Vehicle vs. Building on New Moody Lane

Major Keith Smith, February 17

Crews from LFRD responded Tuesday morning to a dispatch of a vehicle vs. building at 1023 New Moody Lane. A quick size up of the scene revealed there were no injuries to occupants inside of the structure and the person operating the full size SUV indicated they were not injured. As the pictures show the vehicle came to rest in a somewhat precarious position. The crew from Engine 4534 utilized cribbing ... (Full Story & Photos)

2014 Annual Awards Banquet

Major Keith Smith, January 26

With another year of service behind us, LaGrange Fire & Rescue Department recently recognized volunteer, career and auxiliary personnel for years of service, notable achievements and basically "Doing Whatever It Takes". The awards presentation along with an excellent meal, catered by Classic Cuisine, was held at Soiree in LaGrange.

Three major awards that were presented during the evening ... (Full Story & Photos)

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)


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