Members got to check out the NASCAR Monster Energy Championship trophy today. Champion Tire & Wheel, Inc. is one of our local businesses that supplies wheels and tires to the series. ... See MoreSee Less
Cornelius and Davidson Fire Departments responded to reports of an explosion in the Bailey Rd / River Run area this evening. The cause was found to be a construction company blasting rock in the Bailey’s Glen subdivision. The Mecklenburg County Fire Marshals Office is investigating to ensure all proper permits were in place and procedures were followed. There was no damage to life or property. ... See MoreSee Less
Around 2:30 this morning Station 1 was alerted to an unknown medical in Station 1’s first due. While enroute the call was changed to a possible structure fire adding Station 2 and Davidson Fire Dept. Engine 6 arrived to find a fully involved car fire. Engine 6 handled the call and cancelled the remaining units. ... See MoreSee Less
On January 28th Cornelius Stations 1&2 and Huntersville Fire Department were alerted to a house fire on Rainbow Circle in Station 2’s first due. Engine 4 arrived to find fire from the roof of a single family dwelling. Davidson Fire and Denver FireBoat 13 were added to the call after the working fire was declared. The bulk of the fire was located in the garage area of the home.
All units worked together to extinguish the fire and conduct a primary search of the home. The primary search was negative and Companies remained on scene for approximately four hours. The cause is under investigation by the Meck Co. Fire Marshal’s Office. ... See MoreSee Less
The Cornelius Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying suspects in connection with a vehicle breaking and entering that occurred around 8:20am on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 at Raw Fitness, 18047 West Catawba Ave. The suspects broke the window of a vehicle to gain entry and removed valuables from the vehicle. The suspects then used the victim’s credit card(s) to purchase gift cards at CVS and Publix in Cornelius. The vehicle that the suspects were driving is a white in color four door Chevrolet Colorado that is registered to a rental company. Cornelius Police were able to gain the following images of the suspects from surveillance video footage. Anyone with information is asked to please contact the Cornelius Police Department at 704-892-7773 and ask for Detective Waltman. You may also contact North Mecklenburg Crime Stoppers at 704-896-7867. You can remain anonymous.
Be careful while boating on Lake Norman. The projected rainfall tomorrow is over an inch. This will only make the situation on Lake Norman worse. #LakeNorman #FireBoat4The frequent heavy rains we’ve received lately have caused the Catawba River Basin to rise rapidly which is the primary inflow source of the Lookout Reservoir as well as Lake Norman.
Recently, Lake Lookout’s water level has reached 103.5 feet. 3.5 feet of overflow goes over the dams spillway and flows into Lake Norman bringing with it large items of debris.
Areas on the Northern end of Lake Norman, especially north of the North Carolina Highway 150 Bridge, have large debris such as large parts of trees floating in them which could make travel on the water hazardous. With more rain in the upcoming forecast, the conditions are unlikely to improve in the near future.
Please use extreme caution if you must travel on either Lake Norman or Lake Lookout. ... See MoreSee Less
Old Hook & Ladder 44 is still turning heads at her new home in California. Thanks to Tractordrawnaerial.com for posting our old girl for the world to see. Most maneuverable rigs in the industry allowing for superb aerial placement even in tight spaces.
On December 27th Cornelius E2, E6 & R4 assisted Huntersville Fire Department with a working structure fire in Huntersville Station 2’s first due. Engine 2 was second to arrive and assisted with the fire attack.
Earlier in the day Engine 6 assisted Huntersville with a possible structure fire on Huntersville Concord Rd. While clearing that call a traffic accident with pin in was dispatched on Statesville Rd. Engine 6 responded and assisted with what unfortunately ended up being a fatal accident.
Cornelius ran a total of 13 calls on December 27th. Photo credit to Huntersville FD. ... See MoreSee Less
Considering the area you protect, and the property value that can support it, this department needs to become fully funded with a true cost compensation for the volunteers that respond. You all are amazing, be safe.
How many active house fires does that make over the last couple/few weeks? What a mess! Glad everyone is safe, but so sad to lose everything esp at this time of year.
Thank you for all you do !!!
Stay safe out there. Thank you for all you do.
Pretty awesome guys.
Thank you for everything you do for our community. Stay safe out there.
You all do a great job!
Stay safe out there! Thank you for everything y'all do.
Bless you guys! You are awesome. 🙏😘🙏
I am so thankful for the Fire and Rescue team. Y’all are the best. 💕
Today Engine 2 returned to the Madison Village neighborhood that was the scene of a working house fire on Monday December 17th. The community rallied around the Gillion Family and donated numerous items to our Station 2. Today those donated items were delivered by the same Engine Company that extinguished the fire at their home on Monday.
Cornelius Lemley Fire Rescue needs your help. We are looking for families that may need a little pick me up around the holidays. Do you know of anyone in town that has a child that may be suffering from a medical condition, or is not able to get out of the house on Christmas? We are looking for someone special that we can come visit with one of our fire trucks on either Christmas Eve or Christmas Day. Please send an email to email@example.com and include your contact info as well as a brief description. Thank you in advance for your assistance. ... See MoreSee Less
At 11:57 today Cornelius and Huntersville were alerted to respond to Madison Village Dr for a house on fire. Companies arrived and found a garage on fire that had extended into the home. Due to the large volume of fire and the risk of exposures becoming involved additional help was requested. In total 5 lines were operated off E2. H&L44 found some creative parking which put them in an effective position to get to work. The home suffered significant damage but due to the aggressive actions of members on scene many items were able to be salvaged.
Over the last two days members have had the opportunity to train in multi company drills at Denver Fire Department. They graciously opened their facility for us to come get the unique opportunity to drill under live fire conditions. This was also done while maintaining coverage in our own area. ... See MoreSee Less