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National Weather Service Alerts for Iredell County, NC

We Can't Help You, If We Can't Find You!

CSVFD, March 30

When we respond to an emergency, we strive to find the location in a timely manner. When you or your loved ones are in need, we know it is important to get there fast! However, when the address is not clearly and boldly marked on the residence or the mailbox, it takes us longer to determine where we need to go. When an emergency occurs, every second counts! If your mailbox is not properly marked, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Assist Wayside Grass/Woods Fire

CSVFD, March 20

On Monday night Cool Springs Fire Department was having training at Station 1 on forcible entry. As we were finishing the classroom lesson we were dispatched to assist Wayside with grass/woods fire. Brush 1 with two personnel responded. Engine 2 and Squad 1 loaded personnel to go train at the training grounds once we fished the classroom lesson. Shortly after leaving the station and was on Bell Farm ... (Full Story & Photos)

Thank Responders Event

CSVFD, March 11

Cool Springs Fire department was invited to attend the Thank Responders event at Statesville High School. Members of the department took Engine 1 and Squad 1. Members took fire helmets for the kids, stickers, and brochures telling of the department, etc. Kids got to try on first hand the turnout gear that firefighters wear as well as be able to get into the fire trucks. Thank Responders had different ... (Full Story & Photos)

Training with Hickory Fire Department

CSVFD, February 25

Cool Springs Fire Department was invited to attend a training burn with Hickory Fire Department. Cool Springs took Engine 2 up to Hickory to train with a crew of 5. This was a very good learning experience for all who participated. Cool Springs was one of many different departments that participated. Our crew had about two or three burns and was also on the back up line for several runs inside. Thanks ... (Full Story & Photos)

Another busy day assisting the City of Statesville

Assistant Chief Robert Lovell, February 24

Cool Springs was put on stand-by along with other surrounding departments as the City of Statesville was busy with a structure fire in the south end of the city. While on stand by, Cool Springs was dispatched for a medical call on Davie Ave. E-2 responded with a 5 man engine company. Upon E-2 going back in service, Ebenezer Fire was dispatched to assist the city with a vehicle fire in parking lot ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cool Springs assists the City of Statesville on Grass Fire/Structure Fire

Assistant Chief Robert Lovell, February 21

Cool Springs dispatched to assist the City of Statesville with a Brush Truck and Tanker on a grass fire. Cool Springs Brush 1 responded. Statesville E-3 and E-4 arrived in the area and advised that this would be a structure fire with woods involved. The structure was barn used by the City of Statesville to store landscaping materials. B-1 crew along with Statesville crews began fire attack to control ... (Full Story & Photos)

Live fire Training

Assistant Chief Ray Elmore, February 16

The Cool Springs fire department participated in a live fire training on Monday night. This was a time to train some of the newer members with nozzle placement and hose streams. It also provided some pump and driver training. Engine 2 pumped two lines to keep the fire from spreading into the trees. Great work to everyone involved. ... (Full Story & Photos)



Search Training

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, February 04

On Monday evening we all come together to do some training on the method to search a structure. This training was geared towards newer members to get them familiar with searching, radio communications and some problems they may face during this aspect of firefighting. Thank you to all the members that participated and everyone done a great job!... (Full Story & Photos)

New Station Progress

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, February 04

Please take a moment to click on the link at the top of our page and view the progress of our station. It has come a long way and we hope everyone is enjoying the progress as much as we are. We would like to take this opportunity to thank Retired Chief Maurice Jenkins and returning member for coming back out of retirement to help us out. Maurice took on the position as Photographer and has been doing ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Andy Webster addressing the crowd.
Chief Andy Webster addressing the crowd.

Annual Christmas and Awards Banquet

Deputy Chief Thomas Groff, December 10

On December 10 we held our annual awards dinner and banquet. On this night we enjoyed a great meal prepared by Brad Torrence and Noble. Menu was steak, chicken, potatoes, corn, green beans, salad and desserts. We also recognized BJ Arning for 2016 Medical Responder of the year, Captain Jonathan Teague for 2016 Officer of the year, Firefighter Bryan Bowman 2016 firefighter of the year and Anthony Weston ... (Full Story & Photos)

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