Feb 5, 2017 – To start off the morning at 0828hrs Squad 7 w/7 responded to fill in the RIT assignment of the 1-02 box for smoke in a building. Co.7 Units were placed in service shortly after arrival. Next while at the end of the public dinner Co.7 was alerted for a MVA at the Mall bringing Squad 7, Eng 7-2, & AC7 with 9. Crews arrived to find 1 auto off the road into a tree. Crews confirmed no hazards and assisted with pt packaging before going in service.
Feb 4, 2017 @ 0514hrs Eng 7-2 responded w/3 for a transfer to Co.2 while they operated on a House Fire. Shortly after responding Franklin advised of a lift assist in Co.5 area. Eng 7-2 responded and assisted and then went back enroute to the transfer. While at Co.2 the 2-01 box was struck for a vehicle fire. Eng 7-2 responded and arrived with a working vehicle fire. Crews extinguished the fire. While wrapping up from the car fire Washington Box 7-6 was struck for a house fire. Eng 7-2 & DC7 responded and arrived onscene and was directed to pull a back up line. Eng 7-2 crew did so and made entry into the house where they found a working attic fire. Crews located the attic access and made access with an attic ladder to extinguish the fire. Eng 7-2 was released shortly after being relieved from fire attack.Co.7 handled 2 other calls throughout the day.
Congratulations to the 2017 Fayetteville Fire Department elected officers!! The newly elected officers are as followed:
Fire Chief- Bill Wishard
Deputy Chief- Brady Bumbaugh
Assistant Chief- Cole Bumbaugh
Captain- Michael Loucks
Lieutenant- Kelby Farner
Sergeant- Jeremy Whitmore
President- Mark Bumbaugh
Vice President- Curt Bumbaugh
Secretary- Vicki WIshard
Assistant Secretary: Becky Bumbaugh
Treasure: Ron Royer
Assistant Treasure: Curtis Bumbaugh
Trustee: Jacob McNew, Brian Rock
Members At Large: Jeremy Whitmore, Herb Hockenberry
Relief Board: Danny Thomas, Kelby Farner, Michael Loucks
Sergeant of Arms: Brian Rock
Chaplin: Ron Cordell
Dec 17, 2016 – @2245hrs Co.7 was alerted to box 44-01 for an Appliance Fire in a Building bringing Eng 7-1 w/6 and Eng 7-2 w/2. Units arrived along with Sta.4 and found that the fire had already been extinguished by worker with a Fire Extinguisher. Command 44 held it to Sta.4 and Eng 7-1 for a short time to check for extension and to check the roof area.
Dec 16, 2016 – @ 1312hrs Co.7 was alerted to Box 5-02 for a Reported House Fire bringing Eng 7-1 w/3. DC5 arrived find a single wide mobile home with heavy fire showing side A. Eng 7-1 took first arriving and stretched a line and began making an interior attack. Minutes into the interior attack DC5 evacuated the building due to a partial roof collapse. Crews knocked the remaining fire from the exterior. Crews worked on scene for approximately 3 hours before being released by Command 5.