Dispatched for a caller stating that they smell something hot inside of the structure. Upon our arrival, no smoke and/ or flames are visible from the exterior of the structure. The occupant met us at ...
Wednesday, June 16th, 2021
Dispatched for a motor vehicle accident; a police department unit at the scene is requesting a response by fire and EMS. Upon arrival, fire personnel assisted the ambulance crew. Fire department perso...
Saturday, June 12th, 2021
Dispatched for a smoke alarm activation. Upon arrival, no evacuation of the structure is noted. No visible indications of a fire are noted from the exterior of the structure. We spoke with the occupan...
Dispatched for a report of a tree down on electric utility distribution lines and there is a tree fire. Kosciusko County REMC utility company is requested for a response to the scene also. Upon arriva...
The Annual Department Pork Chop & Chicken Barbecue Fundraiser will be on Saturday July 4th, 2015. Prices are as follows:Chicken--$6.00 per halfPork Chops--$6.00 eachCorn on the Con--$1.00 eachWe w...
Friday, June 26th, 2015
The Turkey Creek Fire Territory Executive Board public meeting is the second Monday of each month at 6:45 PM at the Syracuse Town Hall. Everyone is invited to attend.Turkey Creek Fire Territory Execu...
Thursday, December 18th, 2014
A new grass/ brush fire truck has been ordered from 1st Attack Engineering, Inc. of Waterloo, In. The bid awarded was for $100,865.00. There is an estimated 18 week delay from the time of order of the...
Saturday, July 26th, 2014
Repair parts are obtained and repairs are completed on the backup generator for the radio repeater tower on Kern Rd.
Call history
Dispatched for a fire alarm. Upon arrival at the scene, we met with the homeowner who advised us that it was an unintentional alarm activation. All units en route disregarded at 2310 hours. All units at the scene cleared the scene at 2333 hours.
Dispatched to a fire alarm. Upon arrival, no evidence of a fire is noted and no evacuation of the structure is in progress. Incident Command spoke with the maintenance person of the complex and was advised that it was an unintentional alarm activation due to overcooked food.
Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
Dispatched for a motor vehicle accident with a report of one female with knee pain and another female unable to exit the vehicle. Upon arrival, we assisted with the removal of the patient from the vehicle and assisted the EMS crew with preparing the patient for EMS transport.
Dispatched for a residential fire alarm; guest house garage heat detector. Upon arrival, the structure is unoccupied with no indications of a fire visible from the exterior of the structure. 360 degree scene size up visually and with the thermal imaging camera reveals no signs of a fire.
Dispatched to a boat fire; unknown if the boat is on shore. Upon arrival, a fully involved boat fire is noted with the boat located next to the shore line. The fire is extinguished with 350 gallons of water and one half gallon of foam.
Dispatched for a fire alarm; kitchen smoke detector. Upon arrival, the occupant of the structure met with Incident Command and stated that it was an unintentional smoke alarm activation due to overcooked food.
Dispatched for a fire alarm. Upon arrival of Incident Command, the homeowner spoke with Incident Command and advised us it was an unintentional smoke alarm activation and that there is no fire. All units en route to the scene cancelled at 2238 hours by Incident Command at the scene.
Dispatched for a report of an electrical box fire. Upon arrival of first units, no fire is visible with a strong odor of electrical malfunction noted. NIPSCO is requested for a response to the scene by Incident Command at 2230 hours.
Saturday, August 1st, 2015
Initially dispatched for mutual aid with an ambulance for fire standby at 1538 hours. At 1544 hours, Noble County is now requesting a full assist with apparatus and manpower. Upon arrival, we assisted with the control of the fire.
Dispatched for multiple subjects in the water; boat capsized; debris in the water. Incident Command set up on the north side of the Oakwood Inn. Rescue 14 deployed to the George St. ramp. All subjects that are reported to be involved in the incident are transported to the pier in front of Oakwood In...
Dispatched for an active fire alarm at a residence. Upon arrival, no fire conditions are noted. An occupant of the residence states that a vapor cigarette was being utilized inside the residence and the smoke unintentionally activated the alarm.
Dispatched for a vehicle fire; the caller reports the fire is in the bed of a pickup truck. Upon arrival, the driver had exited the vehicle with no reported injury and no reported passengers. The bed of the pickup truck is fully involved with fire.
Dispatched for a report of a haze and a strong odor of smoke in the neighborhood; the caller is not sure of the source. Upon arrival to the area, an unattended smoldering brush fire is noted on South Rd.
Thursday, July 23rd, 2015
Dispatched for a motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival, two vehicles are noted to have heavy damage reportedly as a result of a rear end collision. One vehicle remained on Syr-Web Rd. and the other vehicle was pushed onto Pickwick Rd.
Dispatched for an EMS assist and assisted the EMS crew at the scene. All fire units cleared the scene at 2047 hours and returned to quarters.
Dispatched for a motor home fire in the middle of the roadway. Upon arrival, a motor home fully engulfed with fire is found. No one is noted to be in or around the motor home. IC spoke with the caller at the scene who states nothing was witnessed and it is unknown where the driver of the vehicle is ...
Dispatched for a report of electrical utility lines arcing. Severe weather had passed through the area prior to the call. Upon arrival, a tree limb is noted to have fallen across multiple electric utility lines causing arcing.
Dispatched for a fire alarm. Upon arrival and investigation, no fire is noted. The construction workers at the scene report that they were cutting drywall and the dust activated the smoke alarm. All units and personnel not on scene cancelled at 0912 hours by Incident Command at the scene.
Dispatched for a chemical leak that is going into the water at a Lake Wawasee channel; caller is at 9708 N. Bayshore Dr. Upon arrival and investigation, a chemical believed to be fuel oil from a fuel oil tank at the 8510 E.
Saturday, July 11th, 2015
Dispatched for an automated fire alarm. Upon arrival, the owner met with Incident Command outside of the structure stating that it was a false alarm and that there is no fire in the structure. No obvious signs of a fire are visible from the exterior of the structure.

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