Welcome to Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue
Help Save Lives by attending the First Responders Blood Drive at Cornelius-Lemley Fire Station 1 on Sunday, June 20, 2021 from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm. Walk-Ins welcome or make an appointment at www.oneblood.org/donate-now/donation-centers-list-select-time.stml?driveID=1095753 ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier today (just after 2:30pm) our Stations 1, 2 responded to a kitchen fire in the 7725 Block of Royal Park Lane. Our Engine 2 arrived on scene first, confirming a working fire in the kitchen. With the help of Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue as well as our Engine 11 from Station 1; a quick control time was achieved. Extensive smoke and heat damage to the first level of the home. Huntersville crews cleared from the scene just before 4pm. ... See MoreSee Less
one of my worst fears. glad everyone ok
The fellas from Engine 2 responded into Huntersville Station 2’s first due for a working house fire today. Our Engine 2 arrived second due, secured the water supply, assisted with the primary search and checked for extension in the attic. ... See MoreSee Less
Ride along with H&L44 as they take in an alarm with reported smoke in the building with Davidson FD. The tiller makes navigating tight turns and traffic circles a breeze. ... See MoreSee Less
Bill Wright !!
Hope everyone is ok.
Bill Bump heavy Q and air horn!
Ronnie Przech Alex Wood Cody Joseph Fifield Kevin Ben Mattingly
I always wanted to drive the Tiller! Awesome guys.
Alejandro Zamora como te veo
Dylan Chow Dwight Davison Angus Marshall. Truck ya!
Dagan Benner seen it.
Today we were honored to host the 2021 membership meeting for the FDNY Carolinas Retirees Association. After the meeting FF Overcash was presented with a plaque thanking him for his work on the 9/11 monument project. The CLFD was also given a plaque for the monument project (DC Bridges pictured accepting). We enjoyed having this group at the firehouse. The stories and fellowship were incredible! ... See MoreSee Less
Robert Cannon , we should get Richard plugged in with these guys.
Thank you brothers for your hospitality, just standing in your kitchen brought a lot of us way back. The firehouse kitchen, where we solved the problems of the world 🙂
On Monday, June 7th a thunderstorm rolled through Cornelius. In a span of 42 minutes five houses were struck by lightning resulting in two working house fires roughly one mile apart.
Cornelius 9 & Hook & Ladder 44 arrived on Havenview Dr to find a working basement fire. Engine 2, Engine 4 and Huntersville Engine 2 also responded. Two lines were placed in service and searches proved negative. That fire was placed under control in approximately twenty minutes.
As Command declared the working fire on Havenview Cornelius was dispatched to a second fire on Colony Point. Davidson units enroute to Havenview were diverted and Huntersville Station 1 & Mt. Mourne were requested to respond. Huntersville Deputy Chief 902 arrived and confirmed a working fire in the crawl space of the home. Huntersville E33, Davidson Engines 1 & 2, Mount Mourne Engine 1 and Cornelius Truck 4 handled this fire.
We are extremely grateful for the assistance we received Monday from our mutual aid partners. The North End is strong. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for ALL you do for this community!
Proud of CLFD! Thank you!!
Very proud of them also But if I may ask what's going on with the exit 28 bridge and all the backups. Saw a fire truck and later an ambulance trying to get through so much delay. What is the answer? Definitely can't be letting more construction bringing in more traffic. Any answers?
The North End is strong! From Huntersville to Mt Mourne - we have great coverage (Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson & Mt Mourne) #NorthEnd
Great job guys
You guys are amazing!
Thank u all . good job . be safe.
We’re so grateful for the response that limited the fire to our crawl space.
FB4 & E4 working with TowBoatUS Lake Norman and Workhorse Marine LLC today. Staff at Kings Point noted a gasoline odor and upon further investigation found gas in the bilge of a boat. FB4 provided a foam blanket and escort to a local ramp for the boat to be taken out of the water. ... See MoreSee Less
I saw FB4 leaving PYC when I was coming in with a dock to dock tow
Big thanks to Medic, Salute to Heroes Charlotte, AT&T, Harris Teeter, and Salute to Heroes Hockey for providing us with Harris Teeter gift cards to feed our crews. This was part of a campaign to provide meals for every first responder agency in the county. ... See MoreSee Less
FB4 leading the way in today’s fleet commissioning at the Peninsula Yacht Club. This also happenes to be where FB4 is docked at. We maintain a great working relationship with the staff and members at the PYC and are happy to help in this event. ... See MoreSee Less
We had a great opportunity to help with the next generation of paramedics yesterday. The class got a first hand look at what goes into a vehicle extrication scene. ... See MoreSee Less
Today we had a little visitor while testing hydrants. We will be testing our fire hydrants over the next two months. Charlotte Water did not allow testing in 2020 due to staffing shortages caused by COVID. Due to the fact that the hydrants were not flushed last year it may cause the water in your home or business to become murky. Simply open your faucets, let the water flow and it will clear up. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less
This picture is priceless
Looks like you guys got your future recruit already learning the ropes... awesome..... Keep up the great work Brothers and Sisters.....
Cutest little helper
This is so ADORABLE!!!
Awesome visitors!! I see Woody joined too...where is Buzz?!?! 😂😂😂. Thank you for keeping us safe and informed. Bless you all...visitors included. 💕
Congratulations to Kyle Gilliam, one of ours members from graduating from WCU! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to one of our members, Nick Coats on his graduation from UNCC! ... See MoreSee Less
Way to go, Nick🍾🎓🎉
Today we conducted a live fire training exercise in the 13400 Block of Sam Furr Road (the future home of a new Publix store). We were able to train in a donated house (a large house) and we spent the morning practicing extinguishment techniques under live fire conditions. Also in attendance was a crew from Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue. Also in attendance, 3 Huntersville, North Carolina - Town Government Commissioners (Melinda Bales, Lance Munger and Brian Hines). Commissioners Munger & Hines actually suited up & received a close up view of how we trained. It was a very good day. We have 3 more planned burns in the next week or so, in order to clear a total of 4 homes for the new construction. We appreciate the opportunity to train. #TrainingFire #OneTownOneTeam #TrainAsWeFight ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all that you do for the community! It is greatly appreciated!
Is this the house on the right that sits way off the road if you’re headed towards concord, right before the stoplight? The driveway is close to the pages pond entrance.
Could see the smoke from I-85. Hope everyone came out safe.
I could have used a donated house as a cat sanctuary...
what a shame...always loved that house
What a dream house to set on fire- whatever the reason! Humans.... smdh.
That sure is a nice house to destroyed. It's a shame
This was my aunts house. Sad to see it gone
Looked like a really nice place! I needed that garage in my life 😭😭
Jacob Hovis, I think I found our smoke plume we saw on the lake yesterday!
Grateful for all you do!
Nice home to set on fire.
Amy Taubenheim Lavey
**Working Fire** This evening CLFD operated at a fire in a single family home on Pine Ridge Drive. First arriving H&L 44 found smoke showing, declared working fire, and began a search. E6 arrived and stretched initial attack line and confined fire to one room. Companies on the assignment: E6, H&L 44, T4, R4 and Davidson E1 as well as numerous volunteers. Solid work by all members. ... See MoreSee Less
Just down the street from me, so I took a look, saw a cfd carry out a large dog and give it to the owner, great job guys
Great job everyone
Excellent work gentleman. I live across the street and you guys are amazing. Thank you for your service!
Excellent work! Quick response! 3 houses down from us.... so grateful everyone (fur babies too) was ok and fire was contained quickly. Great job guys!!!
On the evening of May 7th Cornelius Engine 6 responded to Huntersville to assist with a working house fire. The majority of the fire damage was in the garage and attic as well as a boat in the driveway. The cause is still under investigation. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday Stations 1, 3, 4 & Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue responded to a working fire in Town. Just after 5pm calls began coming in for a house fire in the 12600 Block of Cumberland Crest Drive. Engine 1 arrived on scene with heavy fire from the garage as well as a boat fully involved in the driveway.
Crews worked quickly to extinguish the fire. Fire was held to the garage and did not translate into the home. Home suffered some water and smoke damage but the bulk of the fire damage was in the garage, attic space above and the boat was a total loss. The Fire Marshal is investigating fire cause and origin. Special thanks to Huntersville Police Department & MEDIC for also responding. #WorkingFire #HuntersvilleFD ... See MoreSee Less
What a phenomenal job these firemen did containing this fire under the windy conditions. They not only saved surrounding houses but they saved the owners dog as well. Job well done men!
Yes, thank you to all the fire departments with their quick response‼️
Looks like the garage sheetrocking was done well!
Members completing our Engine Company Chauffeur test. Each member has to be “checked out” on each Engine company. ... See MoreSee Less
Is this 🖐 method still a thing? Or is there an app for that???😀 Good luck!
Practice makes perfect. Good job.
Photos from Cornelius Police Department's post ... See MoreSee Less
The Cornelius Fire Department’s apparatus committee has been in Clintonville, WI for precon on a new Seagrave engine company. This new engine will mirror Engine 6, which was placed in service in 2018. Once this new truck is accepted, it will be put in service at Fire Station #2. ... See MoreSee Less
Have fun guys miss those trips.
What piece is being retired?