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Northeast Communications and The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department would like to thank Sharon for her dedication and compassion for our community over the years. Sharon has served in our dispatch center for many years, she is now moving south to start her n...
Quint 63 crew assisted Miami Twp with a reported structure fire in Miami Trails, quick work by engine 27 crews saved the home from serious damage.
Crews made quick work of a Symmes Township shed fire this afternoon, Quint 63’s crew responded to Fallis Road for a shed fire caused by a lawn mower.
Quint 63, medic 63 and medic 62 responded to a 2 car mva this evening. Two patients with minor injuries had to be extricated from there vehicle. There were two transports and one refusal.
An individual was injured while kayaking and had to be extricated from the river. Shortly after, crews responded to a fire that was started in a large pile of debris on an island in the middle of the river.
Please remember these safety tips when using a swimming pool!
LSFD units were dispatched for a possible appliance fire on Mason Way Ct today and found burnt food on the stove. The multi family complex was ventilated and all units returned.
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“When you think of how we’ve evolved in serving our communities, it’s amazing,” says Deputy Chief Andrew Knapp.
The Loveland-Symmes Fire Department is a private fire company that is governed by a Board of Directors.
The Training Division of the Loveland-Symmes Fire Department provides training support services to the department staff, as well as coordinates joint training opportunities with our neighboring communities’ emergency service agencies.