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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.
Emergency Service Unit (ESU) Volunteers were presented with a new emergency response vehicle.
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.