Haleyville Fire 2010.
These 10 firefighters from three local departments began the Certified Volunteer Firefigher course on Monday March 1st, 2010.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue was dispatched to a reported structure fire at The Northwest Alabamian around 4:45 p.m. on March 11th. A small amount of smoldering material was found between two walls. The fire was extinguished with approximately one gallon of water & foam from a fire extinguisher. A small section of insulation was burned but no other damage was found. Cause of the fire is unknown. Responding apparatus included Pumper 2, Ladder 1 and Rescue 1.
An early-morning fire Thursday June 10th, 2010 caused heavy damage to the Seafood Hydeaway restaurant on Pounders Sims Road. Haleyville, Pebble, Delmar and Bear Creek fire departments responded to the call at 3:27 A.M. and the fire was declared under control at 5:22 A.M. Fighting the fire was made difficult by three ceilings within the building. The State Fire Marshal was called in to investigate the cause of the fire and has ruled it as intentionally set.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue responded to this structure fire on Hwy 241 in Marion County at approximately 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday June 22nd. The house recieved major damage but several personal items were saved from the house. In addition to battling the blaze firefighters were faced with temperatures in the upper 90's with a heat index of over 100. Responding units and agencies included: Pumper 1, Tanker 5, Rescue 1,Bear Creek Fire & Rescue, Delmar Fire Department, Pebble Fire Department, Sunny Home Fire Department, Brilliant Fire Department, Regional Paramedical Services and REA Power.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue responded to this structure fire on County Road 30 on Thursday July 1st. Haleyville Fire was assisted by Pebble Fire Department.
An early morning fire Sunday October 3rd, 2010 heavily damaged Haleyville Fire/Rescue Station #2 at Haleyville Airport. Haleyville Police Officer Michael Glasheen was on his way out of the airport when he noticed that the back corner of the building was scorched. Pumper 1 was declared a total loss and has since been replaced with a 1998 E-One pumper. All Christmas by the Lake decorations were destroyed in the fire.
The Alabama State Fire Marshal's office investigated the fire and determined the cause was wiring. A new two bay station replaced the burned station on airport grounds.
An early-morning fire Friday October 15th, 2010 caused heavy damage to the Bradley Residence on Newburg Road near the new National Guard Armory. Haleyville and Pebble Fire Departments responded to the call shortly after 7:30 A.M. with crews returning to service just before noon. Responding apparatus and agencies included Haleyville Pumper 2, Tanker 5, Rescue 1, Pebble Pumper 1, Haleyville Police Department, Regional Paramedical Services and Alabama Power.
SCBA cam footage of house fire on Newburg Road in Haleyville, AL on October 15th, 2010. Haleyville Fire Rescue & Pebble Fire Departments responded.
Special thanks to www.hbtv.us for editing the raw video.
A mid-morning fire Saturday November 6th, 2010 caused heavy damage to this residence on Marion County Highway 143. Haleyville, Bear Creek & Delmar Fire Departments responded to the call around 10:30 A.M. with crews returning to service just before 7:00 p.m. Over 77 SCBA were used battling this blaze. Responding apparatus and agencies included Haleyville Pumper 2, Tanker 5, Rescue 1, Delmar Pumper 4, Bear Creek 791, Regional Paramedical Services and Alabama Power.
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Haleyville, AL 35565