CF/R says thank you to neighboring departments
Centerville Fire/Rescue responded to a residential structure fire in the 9300 block of Colvin Road at 0618, Saturday, February 11. CF/R would like to express our thanks to the following services for providing assistance on our scene. Cambridge City Fire Department, Abington Fire Department, and Greens Fork Fire Department all provided manpower and tankers, using approximately 7600 gallons of water. Centerville Police Department and Wayne County Sheriff's Department provided scene safety and traffic control during the early stages. Whitewater Valley REMC shutdown the electricity to the residence involved. We would like to thank all of these responders for their assistance. THANK YOU!
The work is not done until everything is cleaned up and put away!
We aren't done until the equipment has been cleaned, checked, and put away. This includes filling SCBA bottles and checking the air packs, to cleaning and stowing our turnout gear, to cleaning the hose before we put it back on the truck. Here are a few of the firefighters cleaning the hose used at the structure fire on February 11th.
Battalion Chief Darin Aughe retires after 30 years on CF/R!
Centerville Fire/Rescue would like to wish Battalion Chief Darin Aughe congratulations on your retirement! Darin has served on the department for 30 years. In those 30 years, Darin has touched so many lives. He's been there for some of the darkest times in a person's life, and some of the brightest moments. He has trained a multitude of new firefighters and emergency medical personnel. He has served on this department with his father, Nick Aughe, and has served along side his son, Andy Aughe. We want to wish Darin and his wife Angie all the best as you soon start the next chapter of your lives! Thank you, Darin!! To hear the retirement call from Wayne County Emergency Communications.
Want to become a cadet with us?
Check out our new Cadets page!!!
Centerville Fire/Rescue has been busy so far this year!
As of 1430 hours, Sunday, February 26, Centerville Fire/Rescue has responded to a total of 140 calls for service.
For fiscal year 2016, we have made 476 calls for service for fiscal year 2016 (started in December 2015). We just started our new year on December 1, 2016.
Want to become a member of Centerville Fire/Rescue? We are looking for dedicated individuals to join our department! Please click on the application link in the menu to fill out your application today!
Sun. Feb 26th 2017
0048 - 3130 North Salisbury Road - Responding units: Squad 15 - 2 Personnel; Command 19 - 1 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Wayne County Sheriff's Department; Centerville Police Department. Run #140
Sat. Feb 25th 2017
2147 - 2407 North Centerville Road - Responding units: Squad 18 - 4 Personnel; Command 19 - 1 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Wayne County Sheriff's Department; Centerville Police Department. Run #139
Sat. Feb 25th 2017
0855 - 4083 Constance Drive - Responding units: Squad 15 - 2 Personnel; Command 19 - 1 Personnel; Red Line EMS. Run #138
Fri. Feb 24th 2017
2105 - 507 Willow Grove Road - Responding units: Squad 15 - 1 Personnel; Squad 18 - 2 Personnel; Command 19 - 1 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Centerville Police Department. Run #137
Thu. Feb 23rd 2017
1728 - 3161 Mattie Harris Road - Responding units: Squad 15 - 2 Personnel; Command 19 - 1 Personnel; Red Line EMS; Wayne County Sheriff's Department; Centerville Police Department. Run #136