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Cornelius Firemen stayed busy on Monday running 13 calls and handling this vehicle fire on I-77.Image attachment

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Thanks for all you do to keep us safe. Stay safe out there, we greatly appreciate you

Thank you guys! Y’all are awesome!

Glad to see so many firefighters on scene with packs on. Maybe times are changing for the better!

God BLESS ya'll

4 weeks ago

Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue

Today we keep Ed and Michael Kennedy in our hearts and in our thoughts. May people never forget the sacrifice they made and all that they gave up helping others. And to honor them, today I’m starting a “$5 for 5 years” campaign and I think that a $500 goal is fitting. Money raised through this fundraiser will be split with the Last Call Foundation in Memory of Fallen Firefighter Michael Kennedy to help support the amazing work that Kathy Crosby-Bell has been doing to protect fire fighters and to prevent another tragedy like the Back Bay Fire of 3/26/14.

Thank you for helping us keep their memories alive and allowing us to continue their legacies of helping others.
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***Video from the Nautical Dr fire***

While H&L44 and Huntersville Ladder 1 were setting up for aerial master stream operations Command made the decision to knock the fire back with the deck gun on Engine 4.
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Strong work. Love seeing the deck gun being utilized. Big fire, big water. Great job folks.

Johnny Roseboro

Amazing work

Christopher Lineberry

cause of fire?

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At 04:20 Cornelius and Huntersville firefighters were dispatched to a structure fire in the Admirals Quarters Condominium Complex. Upon arrival Cornelius Engine 4 found a three story condo with heavy fire visible from the 3rd floor and roof. The call was upgraded to a Working Fire and additional units were requested from Davidson Stations 1 & 2 and Huntersville Station 1. Due to the close proximity to Lake Norman Denver Fire Boat 13 was requested.

Cornelius Engine 4 personnel were able to secure their own water supply and begin fire suppression. Crews advanced a 2” attack line to the third floor and began hitting the fire. Huntersville Engine 2 began a primary search. Cornelius Engine 6 arrived and assisted with suppression, H&L44 arrived and set up the aerial for master stream operations. Davidson Engine 3 arrived and established a water supply to H&L44.

Due to the size of the structure and the amount of fire upon arrival a box alarm was also requested from Charlotte Fire Department.

All in all there were 18 condos in the building and all of them suffered fire and or water damage. All primary searches proved to be negative. There were two aerial master streams used and two large diameter handlines used to control the fire.

Units Responding:
Cornelius – E4, E6, H&L44, R4
Huntersville – E2, L1
Davidson – E2, E3
Charlotte – E28, L28, Batt 6, Car 8
Denver – FireBoat 13
Medic – 2ALS Units, EMS Supervisor
Meck Co FMO 1100, 1104
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WOW! Nice work! Thankful ALL are safe.

Elizabeth Eddinger Marlowe

Sounds and looks like an awesome attack great job.

Thank you for all your hard work to helping all people firemen, medical all first responders. God bless.

So grateful for our well trained, experienced and committed CORNELIUS Fire Dept! Please know you are appreciated in these moments of need in our town. Prayers are with the victims and firefighters. Thankful for your good work this day and everyday! Mayor Washam

Thank you firemen for all you do ,,,,👩‍🚒📛🔥🔥🔥🚒

Thank you for your service.

Some friends lived there, thank you for saving their snakes too.

Great job guys!

Thank you for your speedy professionalism. It’s a miracle no one or pets were hurt n that size of a fire. And glad none of you were hurt either. Fine job well done! Thank you!

Given the fire volume on arrival - you all made some pivotal command and tactical decisions that made one heck of a difference....and you arrived on scene quick. Proud to run with you all. Strong work!

Thanks again for everything y'all do. Very glad there were no injuries!

Good job fellas. Glad all are ok.

👍

Im glad you guys are okay...looks likke one hell of an inferno.

Matthew F. Booth Hagan Thornton

Great job gentleman, I walked past it earlier and I'm glad everyone was safe and no injuries. There was lots of work to be done to extinguish the amount of fire damage I saw

Aw man. Hope all residents got out safely

Some of thoses structures have been there a long time now...I'm sure the insides have been updated but roofs are old and would certainly go up in flames very quick. I grew up in the area in the 70s and 80s when they were built. Hope no one got hurt.

Molly McClure Taylor McClure Alan Kerns

Chris Gazaway

Pretty scary. Any word on the source of the fire?

Kristina Greenwald

Thank you 🙏

Rachel Archambo

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Cornelius and surrounding Departments are operating at a major condominium fire in Admirals Quarters near the intersection of Westmoreland Rd and Catawba Ave. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you for what you do! I heard everyone in the condos were safe, but two firefighters fell through the floor, could you confirm and are they ok? Thank you

Change any smoke detector batteries while you fellas were there?

God will keep them safe

Thank you for the quick response & knocking the fire out so quickly. Thank you for all you all do.

Another apartment fire!

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1 month ago

Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue
Shortly after 5am this morning Cornelius & Huntersville Station 2 were dispatched to a reported working fire in an apartment in Station 2’s first due. Upon Engine 2’s arrival the call was upgraded to a working fire after crews found fire on the rear balconies of floor 2 & 3. The fire was quickly knocked down with no extension into the condos. Primary searches were conducted and negative. The cause is still under investigation. #corntown  @ Cornelius, North CarolinaImage attachmentImage attachment

Shortly after 5am this morning Cornelius & Huntersville Station 2 were dispatched to a reported working fire in an apartment in Station 2’s first due. Upon Engine 2’s arrival the call was upgraded to a working fire after crews found fire on the rear balconies of floor 2 & 3. The fire was quickly knocked down with no extension into the condos. Primary searches were conducted and negative. The cause is still under investigation. #corntown @ Cornelius, North Carolina ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Great job! As a resident a few buildings down we appreciate you all!

Great job team!!!

First gun shots and now flames...? Got insurance?

Great report!

Where was this???

Way to go!

Strong work #CornTown

Strong work #CornTown

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Around 6 this morning Cornelius and Davidson firefighters were alerted to a possible structure fire in the area of Mulberry St and Catawba Ave in Station 1’s area. As Engine 6 exited Station 1 they upgraded the call to a working fire due to the plume of smoke visible from the firehouse. E6 arrived to find a detached garage fully involved upon arrival. The Mecklenburg County FMO is currently on scene investigating. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Thank you guys for helping me and my daughter today!!! I'll forever love you guys for it! If you ever need any help on your homes, I will do it free of labor charges.

They family is safe. They just lost a bunch of tools.

Glad there were no injuries! Stay safe out there.

Glad everyone is safe! Thanks all!

I thought it was the house when I drove up on it. The flames were so high!

Thank you for all y’all do for this town.

You all did a great job extinguishing the fire.

All them pretty Seagrave Fire Apparatus

Seagrave strong

Breena Leone Joshua Cramer Bonni Schuler Leone

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Today members of Cornelius Fire conducted RIT drills in honor of Josh Earley. Firefighter Earley was tragically killed in a house fire that occurred on March 4, 2002 in Harrisburg, NC.
Please keep the families and fireman of the Harrisburg Fire Dept in your thoughts on this day.
Harrisburg NC Fire Department
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God BLESS him and y'all

Don't drill until you get it right. Drill until you can't get it wrong

Awesome gesture training in Josh’s honor today. #classact

Thank you

Badass brothers! Thank you

Outstanding!

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Jeree Current

Melinda Hampton Bercher is this your pizza place

Jeree Current

Mary Katherine Canipe Dodson

Jean Gill Dove

Great job guys!!! Thanks for the help.

Eric Williams

What is laughingbrook?

Was that across from Discover Kids???

Colin Krasen

Eileen Watters Locacius

Kellee Kay

Monica, Bobby

Julie Pollard Barnette

Tara Johnson

Were they doing some kind of fire potion in there

How is the fireman who was disoriented in the bldg?

Drove by this. Crazy.

Christopher Smith

Ginny Ingram Shumaker

I saw this

Where is this fire?

Susan Dalrymple Mike Milnes

Matthew Cauble

#engineguyontheroof

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At 2000hrs Cornelius Station 1 responded to downtown Huntersville for a reported structure fire. Huntersville Fire arrived on scene and advised they had a working fire in a one story strip mall. Cornelius E6 assisted with a second attack line while R4 assisted with manpower. All Cornelius units cleared and returned home at 2218hrs. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Glad everyone stayed safe!!! Thanks for all y’all do😊

great job y'all

Stay safe out there!

Strong work brothers

Thanks for the help!

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2 months ago

Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue

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Matthew Bass

If you see or smell smoke in the area of station 1 we are doing training over the next 3 days. Members will be taking part in the Gaston College Flashover Simulator.

If you see or smell smoke in the area of station 1 we are doing training over the next 3 days. Members will be taking part in the Gaston College Flashover Simulator. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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That is such a great tool. Every county should have one.

There are more photos on my page.

Congratulations to Cornelius Firefighters Anthony Falletti and Oliver Yih on graduating rookie school today and becoming Charlotte Firefighters!

Congratulations to Cornelius Firefighters Anthony Falletti and Oliver Yih on graduating rookie school today and becoming Charlotte Firefighters! ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Congratulations fellas!

Congratulations guys!

Congratulations Anthony !

Congratulations and be safe brothers!

Way to go Yin!

Congrats guys!

Congratulations gentlemen

Yay Ant! So proud of you 🎊🎊🎊

Congrats Anthony!

Congratulations Anthony Falletti!!

Congratulations.

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations!!!!

Congrats guys! Jim Robinette are you in this pic? I can’t see you! ❤️🤣

Congrats!

Congrats

good luck

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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.

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

 

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Dale Yeah!!

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

 

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Wow - I felt the shake and heard the boom at my house in Concord and thought I was going crazy!

I was about a mile away it was loud, window pane rattling.

More houses, ugh. Just what our little roads need. It’s all over the news about the intensity of the blast.

Would have been nice to know prior before my whole house shook.

Do they not do the typical three horn blasts before they detonate?? And they should keep local FD and PD up to date when they blast.

My wife heard it in Mooresville just north of Mt Mourne.

Courtesy calls to FDs and PDs should still be made

Erin Holsinger Burns

Wendy Raymond

That was very intense explosion 💥

Angelo A Lorusso Jr

Bill Shapcott. Kurt Floto. This is what happened

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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.

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

 

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Thanks all for your service!

Where was this?

Nelson Carbajal

All the more reason to never be complacent. Well done 👍👏

great job

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***WORKING FIRE***

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.
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Strong work brothers

Following...

Teri Grandey

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***2018 Year End Statistics***

Total Calls - 3123
Fire - 1489
EMS - 1634

Station 1 - 1667
Station 2 - 1456

Engine Companies - 3016
Ladder Companies - 387
Rescue Company - 203
FireBoat 4 - 29

We would like to thank the members of Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue for their extreme dedication to our Department and to the Town of Cornelius!Image attachment

***2018 Year End Statistics***

Total Calls - 3123
Fire - 1489
EMS - 1634

Station 1 - 1667
Station 2 - 1456

Engine Companies - 3016
Ladder Companies - 387
Rescue Company - 203
FireBoat 4 - 29

We would like to thank the members of Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue for their extreme dedication to our Department and to the Town of Cornelius!
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Thanks for all you guys do and sacrifice. Please know it is greatly appreciated!!

You are appreciated more than you know! Thank you all for your service and all the hard work you do for this town!!! For my family as well! ❤️

Great job people! Very proud

Thank you for all that you all do. We appreciate everything!!!

Remarkable dedication !! Stay safe 👨🏻‍🚒

Thank you team for ALL you do to serve our community

Incredible job!!

Thank you! Do y’all have last years numbers available to compare?

Appreciate your dedication and service to the Town and surrounding areas.

Stay safe out there!

Remarkable bunch of guys doing a remarkable job. “Keep on keeping on.”

Busy year! Proud of the Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue! We appreciate your service and your partnership.

Thankful for you all! You all rock! 💪🏼🔥

Great work team

Extreme is the perfect word. Gawd.. .. ❤

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