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Structure Fire

Feb 2016 Run No 22-1Feb 2016 run No 22-2
Photos by: P. McKinney

February 11, 2016   2038 hours
Engine 772, Engine 771 and Tanker 780 of DFD would be dispatched to 226 John Way for the report of a residential structure fire. Upon arrival of Captain Spoone the call would be confirmed as a working fire. The single family dwelling would be 25% involved with no exposures. Lakeway Central Volunteer Fire Department (Tanker 472 and Support 495), New Market Volunteer Fire Department (Tanker 1 and Engine 1) would be the automatic mutual aid companies. White Pine Volunteer Fire Department (Tanker 1) would be moved to the DFD district for coverage. Crews would complete the job at 0010 on February 12, 2016.

Interstate 40

Feb 2016 Run 10-1

 

Feb 6, 2016  –   0900 hours  –   Run No 10
Engine 771, Truck 770, Support/Rehab 781 and Chief 701 would be dispatched for a vehicle crash. Upon arrival the Kenworth tractor would be on its top with no entrapment. Fuel and oil spills were contained with and onsite dam being built by Truck 770 while Engine 771 staged for fire control. No firefighter injuries reported.
Photos by: P. McKinney

 

Feb 2016 Run 10-3

Neighboring City to Hire

Fire Fighter
The Newport Fire Dept. is now accepting applications for the position of firefighter. Job Descriptions and applications can be picked up at City Hall located at 300 E Main St, Newport, TN 37821 or by CLICKING HERE.  Applications must be turned in to City Hall by Friday, February 12th, 2016 at 12PM.

HYDRANTS

hydrant

Driving through Dandridge and throughout the DFD district you may have noticed a new color on the bonnet of the hydrants. DFD is conducting hydrant maintenance and flow testing. NFPA 291 provides guidance on fire flow tests and marking of hydrants in order to determine and indicate the relative available fire service water supply from hydrants and to identify possible deficiencies which could be corrected to ensure adequate fire flows as needed.
Red hydrants are up to 500 gallons per minute
Orange hydrants are from 500 – 1,000 gallons per minute
Green hydrants are from 1,000 – 1,500 gallons per minute
Blue hydrants are 1,500 + gallons per minute
Black hydrants are Out of Service

If you have any questions about hydrant testing and maintenance please contact:
Dandridge Fire Department business line at 865-397-3192
or contact your local utility
Dandridge Water Department at 865-397-3696
Shady Grove Utility at 865-397-3790