RIDE ALONG VIDEO’S 2024
Fasebook Logo YouTube Logo
OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
OUR FACEBOOK CHANNEL
ALL CONTENT, INCLUDING ALL IMAGES AND PHOTOGRAPHY EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY NOTED, IS PROPERTY OF NORTHEAST STOKES VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE
CONTENT PROUDLY MAINTAINED BY: NORTHEAST STOKES VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE
STATION 36 All links on this page will open on YouTube
Navigation
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a Structure Fire to assist Station 37, also dispatched was Station 35,39,40 and Rockingham County Station 50. Upon arrival crews found that the furnace was smoking cut power to the furnace and the threat of fire was removed.
Northeast Stokes
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a 10-50 with entrapment. Responding units were able to free the patient from the vehicle quickly and transported to the Hospital. Also responding was Station 37, Stokes County Fire Marshal, and Stokes County EMS.
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 On Jan 18th 2024 was dispatched to assist Station 37 on a truck fire that was three feet from a structure. Upon arrival Fire crews found a fully involved vehicle fire also dispatched from Stokes County Station 35 And Station from Rockingham County 50,60,150
On 1-24-24 at 1:45pm, Station 36 was dispatched to a residential structure fire in our first due district. Our engine rolled within a minute of dispatch, by having 2 part time paid staff on duty. A quick on scene time was also achieved. First arriving units reported smoke in the residence, and fire in the furnace. Fire was quickly extinguished, heat and smoke removed from residence. Station 36 put 3 fire trucks and 14 personnel on scene within a matter of minutes, and most of those interior attack firemen. This is near unheard of in the world of volunteer departments. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication the members of this station put in. A special thank you to our mutual aid departments that actually responded to our request for aid, your willingness doesn’t go unnoticed. Stations requested: RC130, RC80, RC60, 37, and 32. - Chief Ryan Clark
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a 10-50 on Jan 29th 2024 where a straight truck ran off the roadway an into a utility pole breaking the pole in half and bringing down the power lines which resulted in about 150 homes losing power.
On February 3rd at 4:01PM Station 36 was dispatched to a residential structure fire in our first due district, Dispatch reported flames and smoke visible on dispatch
Feb 5th 2024 Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a grass fire with multiple exposures of structures
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36, On Feb 9th 2024 was dispatched at 0716 hrs to assist Stokes STA 32 on a Structure Fire with smoke & flames visible on dispatch.
RIDE ALONG VIDEO’S 2024
NORTHEAST STOKES VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE
Fasebook Logo YouTube Logo
OUR YOUTUBE CHANNEL
OUR FACEBOOK CHANNEL
ALL CONTENT, INCLUDING ALL IMAGES AND PHOTOGRAPHY EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY NOTED, IS PROPERTY OF NORTHEAST STOKES VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE
CONTENT PROUDLY MAINTAINED BY: NORTHEAST STOKES VOLUNTEER FIRE & RESCUE
All links on this page will open on YouTube STATION 36
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a Structure Fire to assist Station 37, also dispatched was Station 35,39,40 and Rockingham County Station 50. Upon arrival crews found that the furnace was smoking cut power to the furnace and the threat of fire was removed.
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a 10-50 with entrapment. Responding units were able to free the patient from the vehicle quickly and transported to the Hospital. Also responding was Station 37, Stokes County Fire Marshal, and Stokes County EMS.
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 On Jan 18th 2024 was dispatched to assist Station 37 on a truck fire that was three feet from a structure. Upon arrival Fire crews found a fully involved vehicle fire also dispatched from Stokes County Station 35 And Station from Rockingham County 50,60,150
On 1-24-24 at 1:45pm, Station 36 was dispatched to a residential structure fire in our first due district. Our engine rolled within a minute of dispatch, by having 2 part time paid staff on duty. A quick on scene time was also achieved. First arriving units reported smoke in the residence, and fire in the furnace. Fire was quickly extinguished, heat and smoke removed from residence. Station 36 put 3 fire trucks and 14 personnel on scene within a matter of minutes, and most of those interior attack firemen. This is near unheard of in the world of volunteer departments. It is a testament to the hard work and dedication the members of this station put in. A special thank you to our mutual aid departments that actually responded to our request for aid, your willingness doesn’t go unnoticed. Stations requested: RC130, RC80, RC60, 37, and 32. - Chief Ryan Clark
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a 10-50 on Jan 29th 2024 where a straight truck ran off the roadway an into a utility pole breaking the pole in half and bringing down the power lines which resulted in about 150 homes losing power.
On February 3rd at 4:01PM Station 36 was dispatched to a residential structure fire in our first due district, Dispatch reported flames and smoke visible on dispatch
Feb 5th 2024 Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 was dispatched to a grass fire with multiple exposures of structures
Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36, On Feb 9th 2024 was dispatched at 0716 hrs to assist Stokes STA 32 on a Structure Fire with smoke & flames visible on dispatch.