Welcome to Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue
This month we have been training in an acquired structure. The drills include a vent enter search and a window bailout. The home is slated for demolition at the end of the month. ... See MoreSee Less
Too nice not to share. T4 shining this morning. The rig will turn 25 years old this year and is still a corner stone in our response plan. ... See MoreSee Less
I hope you guys found the antique cast iron ladder truck by the side door the other day. As well as the 911 book and flask. Stay safe.
That’s because it’s a rear mount aerial single axle. An FDNY dream machine it was the one rig in a 25 year career that was fast, efficient and always got the aerial up at jobs. Much continued good luck with her.
I don’t know if she looks better now, or when she was brand new!
Capsized boat at Ramsey Creek this morning. Handled with R4, E4, and CPD. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys.
Good job ! Thank u
Forgot the plug?...
Hope all is well.
Kudos on a good job.
Station 1 & 2 meeting to discuss marina fire tactics this afternoon. ... See MoreSee Less
Mentoring new members is an important job for senior members of the department. Informal sessions like this can be found in either firehouse on a daily basis. Here, FF Rivers is going over the basics of our air packs with a Jr member. ... See MoreSee Less
That's what makes such a great brotherhood.
Sam is the man!
I remember when Sam was the Jr. member being taught airpack basics.
Well 2020, you got us too. We were a little slower than the past couple years, to the tune of about 600 calls. From May-September, a response plan was updated to remove first responders county wide from “Charlie” level EMS calls. In order to maintain response times to our citizens, the response guidelines were returned to normal mid-September. 2021 is shaping up to be a busy one, we are 28 calls in on the first 3 days of the year. ... See MoreSee Less
That Narcan stat scares me. And should scare us all. 😔
Thank you for your service to our community! ❤️🤍💛💙💚🇺🇸💪
Today E4 assisted the Mecklenburg County FMO with a standpipe test. This is critical equipment that must be relied upon in the event of a fire. It’s not everyday you get to stretch a line and flow water from a multi million dollar condo. ... See MoreSee Less
A lot of the worlds issues can be solved in these circles ... See MoreSee Less
Most importantly..."whats for lunch"???
Ouija Board I hope? .. Spirits.. tell us where we should eat next...
E3 with Santa today during the Here Comes Santa Clause parade. ... See MoreSee Less
I spotted Santa in Antiquity yesterday! 🎅
Early this morning Cornelius and Huntersville Fire Department were dispatched to a reported abandoned house on fire at the intersection of Statesville Rd and Rich Hatchet Rd. Mount Mourne FD Deputy Chief Robbins was in the area and found a single story home in a wooded area heavily involved in fire. Huntersville Engine 2 arrived on scene and assumed Command and began attacking the fire. Units on scene made quick work of the fire and cleared shortly after the investigation was completed by the Mecklenburg County FMO. ... See MoreSee Less
Huntersville?, Was mt. mourne and cornelius busy
Early this afternoon Cornelius Engine 4 and H&L 44 responded to I-77 North under the Sam Furr Rd. bridge for a report of an motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Huntersville Fire Department arrived on scene confirming one patient trapped, CORNTOWN arrived and assumed extrication and patient care. The patient was freed quickly and air lifted from the scene. ... See MoreSee Less
Single MVA? Did they hit the concrete supports for the bridge?
Y’all do good work out there. Thank you! Stay safe 🙏
Strong work boys
Horrific. The aggressiveness of people driving in that area, even on weekends is ridiculous.
Faith Xiong that was the 1st accident I was telling u about. Not the one we seen on our way home.
Praying for all those involved
I'm sure I'm not the only one that always zooms in to make sure it's not my kid. Prayers. 🙌 Because everybody is somebody's kid.
Stop being on the phone and driving! Prayers up
Praying for all involved 🙏🏻
That is just horrible! Thank God for the work your son does!
E6 leaving room for the truck at a recent smoke in the basement call. ... See MoreSee Less
You really have to know your “stuff” when setting up the attack. The pumpers, tankers, ladder trucks. Great job guys.
At 5:15 this evening Davidson and Cornelius were alerted for a house fire on Ralph Knox Rd in Davidson. Davidson Car 5 arrived on scene with a working fire. E5 and R4 responded assisting with suppression and RIT. Narrow road access and no hydrants were an issue but quickly overcome with aggressive tactics. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job. Practice makes perfect especially when dealing with a poor access issue and having to make quick decisions.
E4 & E6 responded to an outside gas leak this afternoon. The leak took about a 1.5 hrs to bring under control due to the gas line being in a hole with other damaged utilities. No injuries occurred during this operation. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for taking care of us! Stay safe out there 💪🇺🇸
Overnight Engine 4 & Rescue 4 were sent to a vehicle accident on Chartown Dr. While enroute the call was upgraded to an entrapment and the location was changed to I77. Engine 4 arrived, confirmed the entrapment and began patient care on multiple patients. Rescue 4 began extrication. Cornelius 9 arrived, assumed command and requested an Engine Company from Davidson & @huntersville_fd for patient care. Three patients were entrapped, two were ejected and one was walking wounded. A total of six Medic trucks and one EMS Supervisor responded from Medic. All patients were transported as priority 2. ... See MoreSee Less
Hope people r ok
6 people in a pickup, and the front clip is snapped clean off ....geesh .
Thank you for being first responders!!!!
Oh my god! People are lucky to have survived this.
Strong work Cornelius!!...such skilled first responders
Sincere thanks for All you do! Just sent off my annual donation
God bless all that helped these people, stay safe
Early this morning Station 2 responded to Station 1’s first due for an overturned vehicle while Station 1’s crew was handling a medical call in the Antiquity neighborhood. Thankfully the driver only sustained minor injuries. ... See MoreSee Less
That why you’re #1 in my book. On the call whenever. Wherever.
Duty crews took advantage of a beautiful Carolina day to train on some of the non-fire uses of our ladder company. Crews set up our “short haul” most commonly used in removing a patient that could have been injured on a commercial roof. While training, stations 1 and 2 and Davidson station 1 responded to a kitchen fire in downtown Cornelius. Luckily the homeowner had working smoke detectors! #corntown ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to take a moment to thank everyone who helped our crews today. Traditionally, our crews would invite and have family to the firehouse to fellowship and eat. This year is obviously much different. Special thanks to Sarah Thomas and family for helping organize and serve food today. Lake Norman Financial and Sweet Cakes provided some excellent deserts! To top it off the Antiquity neighborhood raised money for a donation. We truly serve the best community and are extremely grateful. ... See MoreSee Less
Truck 4 And Rescue 4 responded I-77 N prior to Exit 30 for a Multi vehicle MVC with reported Pin-In.
Truck 4 arrived first and established command of a 6 Car MVC with one confirmed entrapment and multiple patients.
Rescue 4 and Truck 4 were assigned extrication and stabilization. Davidson Engines 1 & 2 arrived and were assigned patient care.
The patient was freed in 9 minutes and all patient care transferred to medic for evaluation and transport.
Truck 4 remains on scene awaiting SHP. Only one lane of travel is open on I-77 at this time. ... See MoreSee Less
Hope everyone is alright.
Kaylana Schragel Catherine Cirrincione Schragel Paul Schragel
My boyfriend has been at a standstill around mm 24 heading north, for about 30 minutes now.
Great work guys!
I’m not surprised in this area. We live off exit 28 and driving on 77 from exit 23-36 looks like a kids video game. Nobody knows how to drive in this 13 mile section of road, it’s ridiculous. Drivers not knowing how to merge properly and people deciding to suddenly slow to 50 right over the lake and stay slow till exit 23. I’m not saying that’s what caused this wreck but I definitely have seen some of the worst driving I have ever seen in this stretch of road.
Great work Cade Caudle!
Candice Myers Bailey George
Thanks for a great job ❤️
Looks like driving too fast, following too close...😐
Great work Guys
Driving in a straight line and not running into any other cars is hard. 😑 I feel like this was probably a combination of people tailgating+not paying attention to the road (like...at all). Hope everyone is okay, but certainly frustrating for something like this to eff up traffic for hours when it’s so.avoidable. to begin with. 🤦🏼♀️
How do people do it? Clear skies, no rain, beautiful day...it takes talent to f*** up driving under those conditions🤷♀️🤦♀️🙄
Strong work guys!!!
Hopefully everyone is okay 🙏
When does people just driving and put the phon away?? It goes worse and worse. Auto insurance doesn’t like that.
Betty R Buff
Too busy looking at the lake while driving by.
Absolute selfish crap drivers!
No surprise here. Terrible merging onto 77 N from exit 28. Get two or more 53’ trucks in the right lane, or add some double trailers, dump trucks, pickups, RVs, giant vehicles like Suburbans, it leaves no time or room to merge in. The white wall of plastic sticks doesn’t help. 77 both directions is a badly designed and constructed roadway from Charlotte to Mooresville. Mix in Tailgating, distracted driving, selfish driving, speeding, and jitterbugging, and it’s an accident waiting to happen. Watch drivers enter and leave the toll lanes in heavy traffic; nightmare.