Lake Norman Fire Rescue
 

WORKING HOUSE FIRE

Friday, October 24, 2014   Just before 14:00 today Lake Norman was dispatched to the 500 block of Isle of Pines Rd for a reported structure fire with wultiple explosions. Eng 1 and Chief 1100 were responding within a minute of dispatch. Chief 1100 arrived on scene and confirmed a working fire in the garage of a two story residence. Eng 1 arrived on scene moments later. Eng 1's crew led by DC Brawley made a blitz attack on the garage then made entry to the structure holding the fire to the garage on the first floor. Mooresville Fire-Rescue Eng 2&5 arrived and assisted with fire attack. Mt. Mourn arrived and ventilated the structure while Shepherds assisted Mooresville on the second floor. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Iredell County Fire Marshal's Office.

Units On Scene

LN- E1, E2, T1, T2, S1, 1100

MFD E2,E5, Chief 2

Shepherds E1

Mt Mourn E1

ICFA MA1

     



 

RUN RIDE AND RHYTHM

Monday, October 6, 2014   Join us on October 25 2014 for an all day fundraiser which includes a 5K Walk/Run, Charity Motorcycle Ride, and a concert featuring Eddie Money and others. Also on hand will be the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers exhibit. Visit: www.RunRideRhythm.com for more information.

     



 

FIRE ED AT TRUMP NATIONAL SUMMER CAMP

Wednesday, June 25, 2014   Firefighters from Lake Norman teaching fire education to some kids from Trump National summer camp

   


 

POINTS END DR VEHICLE ROLLOVER

Sunday, June 15, 2014 19:28  On June 15 Lake Norman Fire and Rescue was dispatched to a vehicle rollover with injuries.  Shortly after EMS, Lake Norman Engine 1 responded with a crew of 5 firefighters to the scene.  The vehicle had two passengers that had self extricated and one ejection.  Incident Commander Mark Shifflet requested that a landing zone be established at Lake Norman Fire Dept.  Two patients were transported via med center air helicopters to CMC.  One patient had minor injuries and was transported via ambulance to CMC.  Great work by both Lake Norman Fire and EMS personnel.

     



 

HEAR THE CALL 2014 DINNER/RAFFLE FUNDRAISER

 HEAR THE CALL 2014 Fundraising event for Lake Norman Volunteer Fire Department

Saturday, June 21, 6:00 p.m.

 

Tickets may be purchased at Lake Norman Fire Department (704)664-2468

Dinner tickets:  $50 per person.  Eric Trump is hosting this event for us at cost and is donating 70% of proceeds to the fire department.  Event will be held at Trump Village Ballroom.

The event will feature:

·         Chef attended prime-rib carving station

·         Fresh fruits

·         Salads

·         Additional main courses

·         Special deserts

·         Two drink tickets

You may also donate tickets so that local firefighters and their spouses may attend

Raffle tickets:  $50 each.  (Make checks payable to Lake Norman Volunteer Fire Department)

Tickets will be limited in number to 400.  Odds of winning will be 1 in 50!

Raffle prizes include:

·         Catered party for 30 at the new Trump Village Ballroom, open bar, shrimp and prime rib station

·         Signed Eddie Money guitar

·         A fireman hosted birthday party at Lake Norman Fire Department

·         Michael Kors handbag

·         Case of Trump red wine

·         Case of trump white wine

·         2 special Trump baskets

·         Over 15 additional auction items for Silent-Auction and Live-Auction to be held during event

(Note: Limit one prize per family; the raffle will be held and the money kept, provided that 250 or more tickets are sold.)

   


 

STRUCTURE FIRE WITH EXPLOSION

Monday, March 17, 2014  Just after 15:00 Lake Norman, Shepherds, and Mt Mourne were dispatched to a possible structure fire. While responding units were advised that there had been an explosion from the gas logs. Lake Norman Engine 1 arrived on scene with nothing showing after investigating it appears that gas had built up inside the wall  and ignited when the owner lit the logs. No fire damage was found but significant damage was found to the area around the insert

     



 

COMMUNITY BREAKFAST

Sunday, March 16, 2014   Come join us Saturday, March 22 at the LKNVFD fire station for a pancake breakfast!!!
The Auxiliary of Lake Norman Fire/Rescue will be hosting a fund raising pancake breakfast March 22nd starting at 7am. Firefighters will be cooking and serving breakfast at our firehouse (1518 Brawley School Rd.) with all proceeds going to the operation of the fire dept. 

So come out and have some fun and meet YOUR community firefighters! As always, its an HONOR to serve you!



   


 

NEW YEARS EVE FIRE

Tuesday, December 31, 2013   Shortly after noon Lake Norman Fire/Rescue, Shepherds, and Mount Mourne were dispatched to a reported house fire at 102 Brownstone Dr. While responding DC N. Brawley reported visible smoke from Brawley School Rd and requested Mooresville Eng 2 to be added to the call. Shortly after dispatch DC N. Brawley arrived on scene with a working fire to a large 2 story residence and established the Brownstone command. While command was performing a walk around LKN Ladder 1 (led by Chief A. Weatherman) arrived and deployed a handline to the front door for extinguishment. A second alarm was also transmitted. Shepherds Eng 2 and Mount Mourne Eng 1arrived shortly after and deployed a backup lines to assist Ladder 1. While attempting a knockdown Ladder 1 reported that conditions inside were worsening and that they had backed out and gone defensive. Command ordered defensive only attack. Ladder 1's aerial was deployed but do to strong winds the master stream was not effective. An extensive defensive operation including handlines and streams from on scene marine units brought the fire under control. At this time the cause is still under investigation by the Iredell County Fire Marshal's Office.

Lake Norman: Ladder 1, Eng 1&2, Marine 1, Squad 1

Shepherds: Eng 2&3, T1, U2

Mount Mourne: Eng 1, Tower Ladder 1

Mooresville: Eng 2&5, Batt 1

South Iredell: Eng 3

Cornelius: Fire Boat 4

Denver: Fire Boat 13

     



 

SANTA'S RIDE

Tuesday, December 17, 2013   The sleigh is ready to go for tonight. The tentative schedule is
tonight Sundown, Oak Tree and Canvasback. Wednesday- Stutts, Isle of Pines and Blume. Thursday- Poplar Grove, McKendree, and The Farms. Friday- Chuckwood, Bay Harbor, and Great Point. The schedule could change so stay posted and we will update if needed

   


 

SANTA RIDES TONIGHT

Tuesday, December 17, 2013    Santa will be aboard the pink fire truck and making his rounds through neighborhoods tonight. Santa will be starting on Sundown rd at 6:00 pm then to Oak Tree and Canvasback roads. Bring your kids out to visit, also Santa will be collecting new unwrapped toys for Toys for Tots

   


 
 
 

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