November incident responses
2nd 1410 hrs Medical Assist at 502 S. Main
2nd 1602 hrs Medical Assist at 102 S. Maple
3rd 1919 hrs Off-road or heavy equipment fire at Hwy 6 & Hwy K
5th 1645 hrs Motor vehicle accident with no injuries on Hwy 6 east of 239th
7th 0839 hrs Medical Assist at 807 W. Richardson
12th 1746 hrs Dispatched & canceled enroute to Highway 13 south of 240th
14th 1419 hrs Dispatched & canceled enroute to Hwy DD & Kodiak mutual aid
with Jameson Fire
16th 1316 hrs Medical Assist at 1203 W. Grand
19th 1136 hrs Medical Assist at 501 E. Park
19th 1159 hrs EMS Call at 501 E. Park
21st 1600 hrs Public service at Main & Richardson
October incident responses
2nd 1902 hrs Medical Assist at 602 N Dunnington
2nd 1904 hrs Aircraft standby, landing zone at Dockery Park
3rd 1518 hrs Brush fire at Slade Ave & Hwy CC
8th 1809 hrs Dispatched & canceled enroute to Highway 6 west for a vehicle accident
9th 1300 hrs Public service mutual aid with Jameson Fire
19th 1705 hrs Brush fire at July Ave & 250th mutual aid with Jameson Fire
20th 0955 hrs Tree fire at 102 W. Brandom
25th 1809 hrs Overheated motor or wiring at 411 N Clay
27th 0456 hrs Medical Assist at 412 W Ogden
27th 1210 hrs Medical Assist at 24881 Hwy DD mutual aid with KAW Fire
30th 0818 hrs Medical Assist at 102 N. Main
30th 0830 hrs Public service at the fire station (202 N Water)
31st 1800 hrs Public service at Grand & Main
Mutual aid response with Jameson Fire Protection District on a brush fire
October 19th, Chief Hamilton
On Monday at 1705 hrs, Jameson Fire requested our assistance for a large brush fire.
Jameson requested brush trucks and a tanker respond.
Brush 104, Brush 105, Brush 106 & Tanker 103 responded.
We arrived on scene and assigned to extinguishment on the north side of the fire near
July Ave. Jameson also requested brush trucks & tankers from Jamesport Fire & Rescue
and Coffey Fire Protection District.
Fireworks Display Standby at Dockery Park
Mutual aid response on Highway M & 310th St. for vehicle accident
May 12th, Chief Hamilton
On Tuesday at 2:36 pm, Rescue 107 responded with crew of 4 to a mutual aid request
with Breckenridge Fire on a vehicle rollover with victim still inside. We arrived on scene
and found no extrication was needed and assisted Community Ambulance District
of Daviess County with victim removal and care.
Response to a Gas Leak and Pickup Fire
April 29th, Assistant Chief Kloepping
At 5:53 pm on Wednesday evening, Gallatin fire responded to a residence at 711 W.
Johnson St. for a reported gas leak caused from being struck by a lawn mower.
Engine 101 & Brush 104 responded with three firefighters.
At 6:18 pm another call was received for a vehicle fire at 27849 220th St. Engine 101,
Tanker 103, Brush 104 & Brush 105 responded with five firefighters. The pickup truck was
found in a field near the address.
Firefighters respond to a building fire on Hwy M
April 25th, Chief Hamilton
On Saturday morning at 8:20 am, Gallatin Fire responded to 26823 Hwy M at the Johnson
Hog Farms for a building fire. Engine 101 responded with six firefighters. We arrived to find
an 8 ft. x 14 ft. outbuilding fully involved in flames. Two exposures were in close proximity
to the fire. The exposures were protected and the fire extinguished. The building was
used to store medicine and supplies for the operation.
Mutual Aid response with Jameson and Coffey Fire District's for a brush fire
March 15th, Chief Hamilton
At 2:21 pm on Sunday afternoon, Brush 105 responded with a crew of three to assist on a
large brush fire. Multiple agencies responded to assist at the fire located between Forest
Avenue & Highway B along 280th Street. Nearly 300 acres of brush burned.
Brush fire response on 210th Street
March 14th, Chief Hamilton
On Saturday evening, Gallatin Fire responded to a brush fire in the area of 210th St & Vista
Ave. Responding to the scene were Brush 104, Brush 105, Brush 106, Tanker 103 &
Rescue 107 with ten firefighters. Upon arrival we found approximately 10 acres burning.
Fire was spreading towards a residence with outbuildings to the south. A defensive
operation was setup to protect the buildings.
Mutual aid was requested from KAW Fire & Hamilton Fire. The fire was extinguished with
no structures damaged and no injuries. Approximatley 25 acres were consumed by fire
that started from a landowner burning debris.
Firefighters respond to Highway M for a brush fire
March 12th, Captain McBroom
Thursday at 4:37 pm, Brush 104, Brush 105 & Tanker 103 with 4 firefighters
responded to 28026 Highway M for a small brush fire. Fire was caused by the
landowner burning debris.
Large brush fire consumes at least 100 acres and 110 hay bales
March 12th, Assistant Chief Gann
On Thursday at 1:05 pm, Gallatin Fire responded to a reported brush fire at 220th
Street south of Ridge Avenue. Brush 104, Brush 105 and Tanker 103 responded
with six firefighters. Mutual aid was requested from Jameson Fire District, KAW
Fire District and Hamilton Fire District. Cause of the fire is unknown.
Diver's standby for the Polar Plunge
March 7, 2015, Assistant Chief Kloepping
On Saturday afternoon the Polar Plunge was held at Lake Viking.
Our diver's were requested to standby for the event. The Polar Plunge is a project of
the Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Missouri. The event is hosted by
Daviess County Sheriff's Office, Crossroads CC, and Chillicothe CC.
Engine 101 & Brush 104 respond to outbuilding fire
February 20, 2015, Chief Hamilton
At 2354 hrs on Friday the 20th, Gallatin Fire was dispatched to 24242 Prairie Ave.
for a dog kennel on fire. Engine 101 & Brush 104 responded with a crew of five. Upon arrival, we found an outbuilding approximately 20 ft. x 30 ft. in size fully involved with fire. A 1.75" handline was deployed for extinguishment. Fire was called under control
at 0021 hrs. Crews remained on scene for a couple of hours extinguishing embers. The outbuilding was completely destroyed. We were informed by the owners that the building was used as a dog kennel. It was found that 8 dogs perished in the fire.
Rescue 107 assist with extrication near Altamont
February 11, 2015, Chief Hamilton
At 1913 hrs on Wednesday the 11th, Rescue 107 responded with six to assist KAW Fire District on a two vehicle accident with entrapment on both vehicles. We arrived on scene and was assigned to help with extrication and disentaglment on a passenger car. Access was gained via driver's side and the patient was extricated then transported by Lifeflight Eagle. Three ambulances responded and transported two more patients.
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THERE IS NOTHING STRONGER THAN
THE HEART OF A
WE WILL NEVER FORGET
TRUE CHARACTER IS MEASURED
BY THE COURAGE TO LIVE
A LIFE OF SERVICE,
A LIFE OTHERS CAN LEAN ON
IN THEIR MOST TRYING TIMES.
COURAGE IS THE ONLY TRUE MEASURE OF THE HEART
A Fireman's Prayer
When I am called to duty, God, wherever flame may rage,
Give me strength to save some life, whatever be its age.
Help me embrace a little child, before it is too late,
Or save an older person from, the horror of that fate.
Enable me to be alert and hear the weakest shout,
And quickly and efficiently, to put the fire out.
I want to fill my calling, and to give the best in me,
To guard my every neighbor, and protect his property.
And if according to my fate, I am to lose my life,
Please Bless with your protecting hand, my children
And my wife.