Haleyville Fire 2013.
An early morning fire at the home of Cedric and Whitney Dawson on Cherry Hill Road (Marion County Highway 34) brought a response from the Haleyville and Bear Creek Fire Departments just before 6:00 a.m. Wednesday February 20th, 2013. The residents were inside the home when the fire began and both escaped the fire unharmed. The owner reported the fire started in the carport. The cause is unknown and is under investigation.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue responded to a brush fire on Smith Road Friday March 15th, 2013 just after 4:00 p.m. Firefighters arrived on scene to find the fire had spread to a pool house near where the resident was burning brush. The pool house and contents received heavy damage. Responding apparatus included: Pumper 2, Truck 4, Tanker 5 and Rescue 1.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue responded to two seperate woods fires on Windood Drive on Saturday March 16th, 2013. The second response was a result of high winds pushing the fire beyond the fire break plowed by the Alabama Forestry Commission. Units not actively involved in fire suppression staged in various locations near the fire to protect residences. Total area burned was approximately 10 acres. Responding apparatus and agencies included: Pumpers 1,2,3, Truck 4, Tanker 5, Rescue 1, Delmar Fire/Rescue Brush Truck 5, Haleyville Police and a fire plow from the Alabama Forestry Commission.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue responded to the Posturecraft Mattress Company to assist Double Springs Fire/Rescue on Saturday April 13th, 2013 at 12:01 a.m. Double Springs received the call just before midnight and requested assistance from all fire departments in Winston County as well as Bear Creek Fire/Rescue in Marion County. The plant suffered heavy damage and is being investigated by the State Fire Marshal's office. Haleyville Fire responded with Pumper 2, Tanker 5 and Rescue 1. Haleyville Fire returned to service just before noon.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue and The Haleyville Police Departments responded to a structure fire at 2587 County Line Church Road Tuesday morning around 10:00 a.m. The home was an unoccupied rental house that had previously been used as a hair salon. The Haleyville Fire Department was able to contain the fire quickly, but there was significant smoke damage to the home. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The Delmar and Haleyville Fire Departments responded to a house fire in the 10000 block of State Highway 13 South around 2:00 a.m. Wednesday morning. The fire originally started on the front porch but quickly spread and consumed the home. Despite efforts of the firefighters, the vacant home was completely destroyed. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The Haleyville and Pebble Fire Departments responded to a residential fire on County Road 3210, just off Macedonia Road, Thursday morning September 19th around 11:30. The fire began in the kitchen of the home causing substancial damage to the area and significant smoke damage throughout the home. In order to completely extinguish the fire, firefighters had to cut a hole in the roof of the structure. The owner of the home, was inside when the fire began but was able to escape unharmed. Responding agencies included Haleyville Fire/Rescue, Pebble Fire Department, Regional Paramedical Services and Alabama Power.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue, Bear Creek Fire/Rescue and the Hackleburg Fire Departments responded to a house fire at 201 Bethel Road Monday September 30th. around 5:00 a.m. The home is located off State Highway 241, south of County Highway 48 in Marion County. Despite efforts of the firefighters on the scene, the home was completely destroyed. The owners were able to escape without injury but lost everything in the fire. The cause of the fire is under investigation.
October 2013 was an active month for Haleyville Fire/Rescue responding to over 30 calls for service. Here are a few of those responses.
The Haleyville Fire Department, Bear Creek Fire Department, Haleyville Police Department, Bear Creek Police Department, and Alabama Department of Public Safety responded to a multiple structure fire at a residence on Ellenburg Road off Kilpatrick Dairy Tuesday afternoon November 19th. Officials on the scene stated HPD officers spotted the smoke from the fire while making a traffic stop in the area. When firemen arrived on the scene the workshop was almost completely destroyed, and the fire had spread to the family's mobile home. Because of a quick response, there was substantial damage to the home, but it was not a complete loss.
Haleyville Fire/Rescue, Pebble Fire/Rescue and the Haleyville Police Department responded the the Haleyville Country Club just before A 4:00 a.m. Saturday morning November 23rd. on a report of some type fire in the area. Haleyville Police Officers were first to arrive and found the club house fully involved with fire. Haleyville and Pebble fireman battled the blaze into the daylight hours but the structure was a total loss along with several golf carts parked next to the building. The facility had been used as the main clubhouse ever since the double wide used previously was moved from the premises. The cause of the fire is unknown and under investigation. Haleyville and Pebble Fire Departments returned to service just after 9:00 a.m. Responding apparatus included Pumper 2, Tanker 5, Rescue 1 and Pebble Pumper 1.
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