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WELCOME TO ALEXIS VFD

Alexis Fire Department is a combination department, protecting approximately 40 square miles and operating out of two stations. The main station is located on Highway 27 in Alexis, NC and our substation is located on Old Plank Road in Iron Station, NC. Our membership is comprised of 45 personnel, most of which are volunteer. Along with the traditional responsibilities of a fire department we also are certified in medical and heavy rescue response, and respond to incidents as such. Since our inception 50 years ago, each member of the department proudly accepts the responsibility the department has to the citizens of the Alexis Fire District, to provide the best fire protection, emergency medical, and rescue services.

HEAD ON COLLISION ALEXIS-LUCIA RD

Wednesday, January 23, 2013    Engine 200, 203, QRV 208, and Car 20 responded to Alexis-Lucia Rd near the intersection of Mariposa Rd for a head -on collision. QRV 208 arrived and advised both drivers were entrapped. Engine 200 arrived and started extrication on the mini-van. Engine 203 and Car 20 arrived and started extrication on the driver of the second vehicle. Both drivers were extricated and transported to GMH one with minor injuries and the other with serious injuries. Alexis-Lucia Rd was shut down for about and hour while SHP investigated the accident.

     



 

2012 Awards

Saturday, January 19, 2013   Our annual Christmas Party for 2012 was held January 19, 2013. There were several awards given out to our members. We would like to thank everyone for a safe year in 2012.

The biggest award of the night went to BOD member Allen Robinson. He received the  50 yrs of service award. Allen has served his community with the Alexis Fire Department from Firefighter to Chief and has been on the Board of Directors since 1996. He is also a retired Police Officer.

Firefighter of the Year was Patrick Addington,  Officer of the Year was Barney Smith. We had four members that was involved in a pre hospital save. The preformed CPR on a patient that is alive today. They were Capt. Chad Millsaps, FF Noah Crouse, FF Barrie Walsburger, and FF Lee Abernathy.

There was three members that moved into the Life Membership with serving 20yrs or more. They were Asst Chief Bryan Robinson, Saftey Officere Barney Smith , and FF Larry Guffie.

   


 

SANTA CLAUSE IS COMING TO ALEXIS

Thursday, December 20, 2012  On Saturday, December 22nd,  starting around 10am, the Alexis fire trucks will be taking Santa Clause around the fire district for our annual " SANTA RIDE" Santa will be giving out treat bags to all the good little boys and girls. Be sure to watch for him Saturday December 22nd. From our house to yours " MERRY CHRISTMAS" and may GOD BLESS each and everyone of you this Christmas Season!
 

   


 

ALEXIS FIRE DEPARTMENT RECEIVES NEW RATING AFTER INSPECTION

Monday, October 1, 2012  STATE OFFICIALS AWARD DISTRICT A 7/9E RATING:  The Alexis Fire Department has lowered its ISO rating.

The North Carolina Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin announced today that the Alexis Fire District completed its ISO inspection and received a 7/9E rating. This goes into effect Monday, October 1, 2012. 

By lowering our rating, it saves homeowners money, and most of all makes their lives safer.

   


 

WORKING VEHICLE FIRE (GASTON CO)

Friday, June 29, 2012    Engine 201 was dispatched to a vehicle fire on Rural Ln off Mauney Rd. While enroute firecenter upgraded the alarm to a box. They advised the vehicle was close to a residence. Engine 201 arrived to find a vehicle on fire in the engine compartment. The fire was extinguished and the remainder of the box was cancelled.

   


 

BARN FIRE ON MAUNEY RD ( GASTON CO)

Thursday, June 21, 2012 16:30  En

     



 

VEHICLE VS TREE ( LINCOLN CO)

Monday, June 11, 2012    Engine 203 and Engine 201 responded to a reported motor vehicle accident on Old Plank Rd near Sigmon Farms. Engine 203 arrived to find a single vehicle accident, vehicle struck a tree, with heavy damage. There was a total of three patients. None one was pinned or entrapped. All three were transported to LCMC. Alexis units stayed on the scene till SHP arrived and cleared.

   


 

OVERTURNED VEHICLE ON MARIPOSA RD ( GASTON CO )

Saturday, April 28, 2012 10:09  Engine 201 and QRV 208 responded to a reported motor vehicle accident with vehicle overturned. Alexis 2006 ( Capt Royster) arrived to find a single vehicle overturned in the woods. The driver was out of the vehicle walking around when he arrived. Engine 201 and 208 arrived and stood by till SHP arrived and the vehicle was pulled out of the woods.  The patient was treated on the scene by GEMS.

     



 

AFTERNOON STRUCTURE FIRE ON MARIPOSA RD ( LINCOLN CO MAIN )

Sunday, April 22, 2012 16:38     Engine 201, 203, 200, and Tanker 204 responded to a possible structure fire on Mariposa Rd near Alba Mill Rd. Engine 201 arrived to find  a double wide mobile home with heavy smoke and fire showing. Engine 201's crew made an interior attack into the kitchen area and knocked the fire down. Engine 203 and East Lincoln Engine 33 arrived and pulled a back up line, made a primary and secondary search, and assisted with overhaul operations. Tanker 204 arrived and supplied water while Engine 200 and Lucia Riverbend Tanker 314 arrived and they supplied manpower. Units remained on the scene for about two hours putting out hot spots and salvaging what they could for the homeowners. 

     



 

FATAL WRECK ON BREVARD PLACE RD ( LINCOLN CO)

Friday, April 20, 2012 18:08   Engine 201 and brush 207 responded to a reported motor vehicle accident, vehicle overturned. 207 arrived to find a truck on its side with one subject trapped inside. Engine 201 arrived and started extrication and EMS assessed the patient and confirmed the patient had succumb to their injuries. Alexis units remained on the scene for about an hour assisting EMS.

     



 
 
 

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