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 ...
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...
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 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...
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...
Responded for a fire alarm activation of a heat sensor in the furnace room at 1244 hours. Upon arrival, the structure is secured and unoccupied. No visible signs of a fire noted from the exterior of the structure.
Responded to a fire alarm at Oakwood Inn 702 E. Lakeview Road at 2057 hours. Upon arrival, evacuation of the occupants of the structure initiated by fire department personnel until the cause for the fire alarm can be determined.
Responded to a fire alarm due to a water flow switch activation at 10035 N. Turkey Creek Road--Unit 101 at 1853 hours. Received a telephone call from the occupants and the occupants advised it was a false alarm due to a broken waterline in the structure.
Responded for a report of a CO alarm that has been activated for approximately 10 minutes at 1431 hours. Upon arrival, no reported illness. Investigation reveals no elevated CO levels. CO alarm checked and found to be faulty.
Responded to a fire alarm at 0129 hours. Fire Chief arrived on scene, made contact with homeowner who advised it was an accidental fire alarm activation in the basement of the structure. Blizzard warning at the time of the call.
Responded to a report of a possible gas leak at Radio Shack-Electronet at 1840 hours; everyone is clear to exit the building. Safe zone established. Natural gas leak located outside of the building and repaired by NIPSCO.
Dispatched to a fire alarm at 10730 N. South Shore Drive at 1732 hours. Upon arrival and investigation, the property manager is on scene with a construction crew. The manager stated that the construction crew was working with drywall material near a smoke alarm.
Dispatched at 2031 hours to the area of Pixie Parkway and King Arthur Trail for an unknown fire. Upon arrival and investigation, an occupant at 9682 E. Excalibur Place is noted to be burning clean wood in his driveway.
Dispatched at 2237 hours for a small brush fire north of the South Shore Golf Club; reported by a passing motorist. Upon arrival, a small log was noted to be burning in a burn pit. The fire is noted to be unattended.
Dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at 9558 N. 850E at 1640 hours. Upon arrival, a utility pole is noted to be broken with no injuries noted. Utility company contacted for repairs to utility pole. All units returned to quarters after utility company on scene to make repairs.
Dispatched at 1838 hours for a report of a field fire at 5416 E. 950N. A trash fire that had resulted in embers being blown into the field resulting in a field fire is noted. The fire is extinguished with no damage to property reported.
Responded to provide mutual aid to the North Webster Fire Department at a structure fire at 225-A N. Main St. in North Webster. Fire under control shortly after arrival on scene. No injuries; unknown damage estimate to structure.
Responded to a motor vehicle accident; mutual aid to Benton Township Fire Department. Icy road conditions noted at time of response. Assisted Benton Township Fire Department with traffic control. All units returned to quarters.
2233---Responded to a vehicle fire. Upon arrival, engine compartment fully involved with fire; occupants had exited the vehicle. Fire extinguished with water and Class B foam. Estimated $5,100.00 damage to the vehicle.