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Greenville County Fire fighters and Deputies to Deploy for Hurricane relief

45 Greenville County Fire Fighters and 6 Sheriff’s Deputies Will Leave Tomorrow in Preparation

The Greenville County Fire Chiefs’ Association, in preparation for Hurricane Matthew’s impact on South Carolina, announced today that a coordinated effort among Greenville County fire departments and …

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BOILING SPRINGS FIRE DISTRICT TO CONDUCT 9/11 OBSERVANCE

Sunday, September 11, 2016, Greenville County’s Boiling Springs Fire District will hold a public service observing the 15th anniversary of the 2001 terror attacks on the United States.

The event will be conducted at the District’s headquarters located at 5020 Pelham Road (at the corner of Pelha…

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Greenville City Fire Department and Boiling Springs Fire District to Host Carolina Brotherhood Ride Participants on July 25

(Greenville, SC) Founded in 2012 by two Charlotte Fire Department members, the Carolina Brotherhood is an annual cycling event comprised of active duty and retired firefighters and police officers who ride to honor first responders who have died in the line of duty in South Carolina and North Caroli…

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Station 15 Grand Opening

Boiling Springs Fire District to Open New Station

On Wednesday, June 29, 2016, the Boiling Springs Fire District will open its new fire station located at 208 Blacks Drive (Greenville, SC 29615).

The ceremony will begin at 11:30 a.m.

Along with various remarks, the station opening will incl…

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Boiling Springs Fire District to Bolster Emergency Medical Care

DHS to Fund Paramedic Training and Equipment for Greenville County Fire District

(Greenville County, SC / June 21, 2016) Officials with the Boiling Springs Fire District announced that medical care in emergency response calls is about to improve thanks to a $108,946 award from the United States D…

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Displaced Hawk Rescued

Screaming with Vengeance

C-shift Engine 4 crew rescued a very tired hawk Monday morning from the lobby an office. Employees had left the doors opened and the inquisitive bird found itself confused and unable to escape on it's own.  Captain Rabon distracted the hawk allowing Engineer Osment th…

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Hurricane Joaquin To Bring Heavy Rain / Wind

 

When the water rises…

The national Weather Service has issued several bulletins with information relating to a potential massive rain and wind event this weekend.  Forecasts have predicted anywhere from 5 to 20 inches of rain fall in our area through Monday, October 4, 2015.  This amo…

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Greenville County Fire District Earns Maximum Rating

Boiling Springs Fire District’s ISO Class 1 Rating Places it Among America’s Top Departments

(Greenville County, SC) The Boiling Springs Fire District today announced that it ranks among the nation’s top fire departments according to the Insurance Services Office (ISO®) – the New Jersey-bas…

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Long Distance Move-Up

Mobilization to City of Columbia for Coverage

At 5:30 a.m. on  Friday, a crew from BSFD responded to assist the city of Columbia with station and district coverage as part of a state wide firefighter mobilization.  

The mobilization was requested by Columbia to assist with service deliv…

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Structure Fire

 

Lightening Strikes Sugar Creek

At approximately 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 19th, 2015 in the wake of a severe thunderstorm, the Boiling Springs Fire District responded to a residential structure fire located in the west side of the Sugar Creek sub-division.  First a…

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