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Daviess County, MO

Proudly Serving Since 1893

PO Box 11, Gallatin, MO 64640

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Apparatus "Touch-a-Truck" for kids

Chautauqua 2016 (Sept. 17th)

County emergency services & other organizations or businesses participated in a Touch-a-Truck event for kids and anyone interested in looking at the various equipment. Fire Districts: KAW, Jamesport, Pattonsburg and Gallatin attended along with Community Ambulance District of Daviess Co., MSHP and Daviess County Deputies.

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 Responded to a vehicle accident at Highway 13 & Hwy M

Assigned Unit(s):   Rescue 107, Brush 104     report by Chief Hamilton

            On Saturday July 23rd, 2016 at 2310 hours, Gallatin Fire was requested on a two vehicle accident with multiple injuries at Highway 13 & M. Daviess Co. Sheriff's Deputies, MSHP, Daviess Co. Ambulance (884#1), Caldwell Co. Ambulance and Cameron Ambulance responded.

Upon arrival 884#1 informed us that a victim in one of the vehicles needed extricated. We deployed our equipment and extrication of one victim conducted successfully. Assisted with immobilizing other victims for transport.
A total of 4 victims were transported to the hospital for treatment.



"Working Smoke Alarms Saves Lives"

Did you know that many people don't test their smoke alarms as often as they should?

When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. You need working smoke alarms to give you time to get out. Test yours every month!

Your Family is to important, so PROTECT Them.

Responded to a vehicle fire on Highway 13

August 22nd, 2016          

report by Chief Hamilton

Assigned Unit(s):   Engine 101          

     At 10:53 am on Monday, August 22, Gallatin Fire was dispatched to Hwy 13 south of Hwy HH for a reported vehicle fire, all occupants out. Engine 101 responded along with 5 volunteer firefighters. Sheriff 840 and Deputy 846 also responded.
Upon arrival on scene we found a car off on the southbound shoulder fully involved with flames. Traffic was completely shut down due to black smoke blocking view across the highway. Firefighters deployed a 1 3/4” hose line and the fire was extinguished using approximately 300 gallons of water.The 2002 Chrysler Concorde was totally destroyed. The Cause was determined as equipment failure.

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September 29th, Thursday evening fire crews attend bonfire for standby

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