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TRAINING VIDEO’S & MORE 2024
On March 25th, 2024, Station 36 conducted an extrication class, focusing on the important skills and techniques required for rescuing individuals trapped in vehicles or other confined spaces. Such training sessions are crucial for emergency responders to stay prepared and proficient in handling such critical situations effectively and safely. Our Junior firefighters also participated with this hands-on experience will not only improve their skills but also prepare them for real-life emergency situations.
On March 21st 2024 Northeast Stokes Volunteer Fire & Rescue Station 36 had the honor of speaking to the Dan River Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol. Chief Clark and Firefighter Hall made a presentation of our capabilities as a Rescue Dept. We were able to show the Cadets our Rescue apparatus and some of the equipment we carry. They were able to do some hands on with our rescue tools and even got to see what it was like to be suited up as a fireman. Always a pleasure to share the great services we offer our Community.
On Saturday March 16th 2024, Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue hosted its annual Easter egg hunt. We couldn't thank our Auxiliary enough for being the backbone of these community events we host. We definitely couldn't do it without them. We also had a raffle, face painting, and the Easter Bunny even made an appearance for pictures. Special thanks to the following groups and businesses for their monetary support of this event! Northeast Stokes Fireman's Fund Northeast Stokes Auxiliary Sandy Ridge Ruritans Alan Hall Grading & Septic Inc Ironhorse Distributing Clark Family Farms Lawn Ranger Landscaping Dan River Restaurant Checkers Grill and Grocery Family Dollar of Sandy Ridge Dana Singh Paul-Keller Williams Realty Lewis Hutchens Garage And a special thanks to DJ Tobylicious, for being the MC as usual. He does a fantastic job.
Station 36 had a couple members attend the Search Seminar held by the teaching institute, Passion for the Craft on Sat, Feb.17th.This hands on seminar teaches advanced techniques on performing live fire searches in different living environments. Environments such as: Multi family apartment buildings, hoarder houses, and multi story residential homes. Training events such as this help us advance our skills and techniques. We are proud of our members for continuing to hone their skills.
Last night station 36 didn't let the rain stop them from training. We practiced vertical rope operations and rescue. Our personnel brushed up on their skills of vertical rope raises, lowers, climbing, and rappelling.
On March 25th, 2024, Station 36 conducted an extrication class, focusing on the important skills and techniques required for rescuing individuals trapped in vehicles or other confined spaces. Such training sessions are crucial for emergency responders to stay prepared and proficient in handling such critical situations effectively and safely. Our Junior firefighters also participated with this hands-on experience will not only improve their skills but also prepare them for real-life emergency situations.
On April 22nd 2024 Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue Station 36 Trained in a Simulated fire attack on a working car fire. We utilized our vehicle fire prop on our training grounds here at the station. Our personnel practiced fire attack, pump operations and relay pumping for water supply. Afterwards we went to one of our water points and flowed the master stream in a relay pumping operation. Good training had by all.
Fire Chief Asst. Chief

Welcome to the Official Website for the

Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue, Sandy Ridge, NC

The firefighters proudly serve the

citizens of the Northeast Stokes fire district

Back one Page
Back one Page

Video’s on this page will

open on YouTube

On March 25th, 2024, Station 36 conducted an extrication class, focusing on the important skills and techniques required for rescuing individuals trapped in vehicles or other confined spaces. Such training sessions are crucial for emergency responders to stay prepared and proficient in handling such critical situations effectively and safely. Our Junior firefighters also participated with this hands-on experience will not only improve their skills but also prepare them for real-life emergency situations.
On March 21st 2024 Northeast Stokes Volunteer Fire & Rescue Station 36 had the honor of speaking to the Dan River Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol. Chief Clark and Firefighter Hall made a presentation of our capabilities as a Rescue Dept. We were able to show the Cadets our Rescue apparatus and some of the equipment we carry. They were able to do some hands on with our rescue tools and even got to see what it was like to be suited up as a fireman. Always a pleasure to share the great services we offer our Community.
On Saturday March 16th 2024, Northeast Stokes Fire & Rescue hosted its annual Easter egg hunt. We couldn't thank our Auxiliary enough for being the backbone of these community events we host. We definitely couldn't do it without them. We also had a raffle, face painting, and the Easter Bunny even made an appearance for pictures. Special thanks to the following groups and businesses for their monetary support of this event! Northeast Stokes Fireman's Fund Northeast Stokes Auxiliary Sandy Ridge Ruritans Alan Hall Grading & Septic Inc Ironhorse Distributing Clark Family Farms Lawn Ranger Landscaping Dan River Restaurant Checkers Grill and Grocery Family Dollar of Sandy Ridge Dana Singh Paul-Keller Williams Realty Lewis Hutchens Garage And a special thanks to DJ Tobylicious, for being the MC as usual. He does a fantastic job.
Station 36 had a couple members attend the Search Seminar held by the teaching institute, Passion for the Craft on Sat, Feb.17th.This hands on seminar teaches advanced techniques on performing live fire searches in different living environments. Environments such as: Multi family apartment buildings, hoarder houses, and multi story residential homes. Training events such as this help us advance our skills and techniques. We are proud of our members for continuing to hone their skills.
Last night station 36 didn't let the rain stop them from training. We practiced vertical rope operations and rescue. Our personnel brushed up on their skills of vertical rope raises, lowers, climbing, and rappelling.
TRAINING VIDEO’S & MORE 2024
On March 25th, 2024, Station 36 conducted an extrication class, focusing on the important skills and techniques required for rescuing individuals trapped in vehicles or other confined spaces. Such training sessions are crucial for emergency responders to stay prepared and proficient in handling such critical situations effectively and safely. Our Junior firefighters also participated with this hands-on experience will not only improve their skills but also prepare them for real-life emergency situations.
On April 22nd 2024 Station 36 trained in a Simulated fire attack on a working car fire. We utilized our vehicle fire prop on our training grounds here at the station. Our personnel practiced fire attack, pump operations and relay pumping for water supply. Afterwards we went to one of our water points and flowed the master stream in a relay pumping operation. Good training had by all.
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