Pinch Volunteer Fire Department

2014 Responses
Jan 66
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Mar 54
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2013 832
2012 899
2011 786
2010 747
2009 771
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11 Mile Marker Rollover

FF Patrick Clark, April 06

On 04/06/2014 at 6:04 p.m. Pinch Fire Department was dispatched to the 9 mile marker of Interstate 79 for a vehicle rollover. Engine 23 arrived on scene to find the crash to be at the 11 Mile Marker of Interstate 79 southbound and single vehicle rollover and reported one patient out of the vehicle on the ground. The slow lane of Interstate 79 was closed while crews went to work assessing and packaging ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rainy Day Rollover

FF Patrick Clark, April 03

On 04/03/2014 at approx 5:50 p.m. Pinch Fire Department was dispatched to a reported auto accident with entrapment on Interstate 79 in the area of the Mink Shoals entrance ramp southbound. Rescue 2 arrived on scene to find a single vehicle on its top with all occupants out of the vehicle. Crews immediately went to work assisting EMS with patient care and checking stabilization of the vehicle. All ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Rock Slide halts I-79 traffic

FF Patrick Clark, April 02

On 04/02/2014 at 4:02 p.m. Pinch Fire Department was dispatched to a reported auto accident with injuries in the area of the 1 mile marker of Interstate 79 South. Engine 23 arrived on scene to find a rock slide blocking both the slow and fast lanes of Interstate 79. Crews immediately went to work to assist EMS with patient packaging and loading. Crews remained on scene with law enforcement to assist ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Auto Accident on Frame Rd

FF Patrick Clark, April 02

On 04/02/2014 at 12:03 p.m. Pinch Fire Department was dispatched to a auto accident with reported entrapment in the 1500 block of Frame Rd near to Elk Valley Crossing Apartments. Rescue 2 arrived on the scene to find a two vehicle head on crash, and reported all victims were out of the vehicle on their arrival. Crews immediately went to work assessing the patients for their injuries and assisting ... (Full Story & Photos)

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"Pinch a Penny" for Pinch Fire Department

FF Patrick Clark, March 31

"Pinch a Penny" is a fundraiser to assist with the equipping of Pinch Fire Department's new brush truck. This apparatus is being purchased to replace the existing Utility 26 due to the age of the vehicle. This vehicle with have the ability to respond to brush fires in rural locations with the capabilities of extinguishing the fire. The vehicle is set to be delivered in the coming weeks. The way ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Gas Leak scare

FF Patrick Clark, March 28

on 03/27/2014 at 1712 hrs. Pinch Fire Dept. was dispatched to a gas leak investigation on Upper Pinch Rd near Abbott Rd. Upon crews arriving scene they found that a back-hoe had struck a 2-inch gas line resulting in a free-flowing gas leak. Crews immediately established a safe area and contacted METRO 911 to have the gas company respond to the scene to remove the hazard. Upper Pinch Rd was shut down ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Midday Blaze

FF Patrick Clark, March 24

On 03/24/2014 at approx. 1129 hrs. Pinch Fire was dispatched to Jarrett Heights Rd. in Elkview for a possible structure fire. Upon the first units arriving at the scene they found a single wide trailer that was fully involved engulfed in flames. Crews immediately went to work to begin to extinguish the blaze.

Due to the location of the residence, crews had to have water shuttled in while the fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Late night entrapment

FF Patrick Clark, March 15

On 3/15 at approx. 2342 hrs. Pinch Fire Dept was dispatched for a single vehicle auto accident with possible injuries. Upon the first units arriving scene, they found a single vehicle with moderate to heavy front end damage and one person still in the vehicle unresponsive. Crews immediately went to work to stabilize the vehicle and begin the extrication process.

Crews were able to timely remove ... (Full Story & Photos)

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