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FEB
24
2015

Sparta Highway Fire

Sparta Highway Fire
On February 24th Approx 11:25pm, DCFD was paged out to 1492 Sparta Hwy for a two story structure fire. The fire had burned awhile before the call came in and was unable to save the house. There was no injuries to civilians or firefighters. Midway Station, Short Mountain station , Cookeville Highway, and Main station was on scene.
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FEB
17
2015

Fire on Wildwood Road

Fire on Wildwood Road
On February 17th, DCFD was paged out to 195 Wildwood Road initially as a structure fire, Upon arrival the fire was narrowed down to the wood casing around the flue...
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FEB
14
2015

February Monthly Training "Overhaul"

Febuary Monthly Training OVERHAUL
On February 14th, DCFD held their monthly hands on training at the Main Station. This month the training is over Overhaul where members learned how to make a catch all basin and water chute!
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FEB
7
2015

Brush Fire Short Mt. Hwy

Local Volunteers of DCFD
On February 7th, Short Mountain Engine 62 and Brush Truck was paged to a small brush fire off of Short Mt. Hwy. It was extinguished shortly after arrival.
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JAN
31
2015

DCFD Head Start Clean Up

DCFD Headstart Cleanup
DeKalb County Fire Department partnered with Smithville Head Start to provide cleanup services to the playground. Brent Reed, Mark Johnson, Shawn Chausse, Wayne Johnson, and Chris Mulford all volunteered their time to help with the Head Start's playground. They provided services such as raking of leaves, washing of equipment, filling of sand, painting of equipment as well as chopping up roots and filling any holes.

2014

The Local Volunteers of the DCFD

Local Volunteers of DCFD
For nearly 40 years the men and women of the DeKalb County Fire Department have given their time and resources to provide the people of DeKalb County, Tennessee, the best fire protection possible. They are our friends and family, our neighbors who wake up in the middle of the night to rush towards danger. They are the ones you look for in a time of need.
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2014

Smoke Alarms Saves Lives!

Local Volunteers of DCFD
It is a well established fact that smoke alarms save lives. The US Fire Administration reports that more than 4,000 Americans die each year in fires and more than 25,000 are injured. Many of them might be alive today if they had only had the information they needed to avoid a disaster. The following life-saving tips could boost survival rates dramatically. Nearly half the residential fires and three-fifths of residential fatalities occur in homes with no smoke alarms.
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DeKalb County Fire Department
P.O. Box 526
Smithville, TN 37166

Phone: (615) 597-2609

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IS-100 (ICS) training course

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