Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue

2019 Incidents
January 81
February 100
March 91
April 96
May 96
June 91
July 92
August 92
Total 739

Past Incidents
2018 1178
2017 1075
2016 1251
2015 986
2014 955
2013 865
2012 1008
2011 986

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Patient Extricated at Early Morning Wreck

Department Chief Mike Cameron, August 12

Just after mid-night on Monday Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to a single vehicle wreck on Highway 690 (Main Street) just outside of Vass. First arriving units reported a high-impact wreck with a vehicle striking a tree head-on with one occupant pinned in the drivers seat.
Engine 211 and Rescue 219 blocked established a safe working zone by closing Highway 690 and then started extrication. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, August 09

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue along with EMS units from Benhaven Fire/Rescue and Moore County EMS was dispatched to a T-bone collision between a car and a dump truck on Cypress Church Road at the intersection of Lakeview Lane.
Upon the arrival of the Deputy Fire Chief he advised of a side-impact collision with heavy damage and that the occupant of the dump truck was not injured and that the driver of ... (Full Story & Photos)

July Wreck's

Department Chief Mike Cameron, August 04

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue responded to multiple wrecks in the month of July.
Attached are a few of those incidents. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, July 28

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue recently responded to a side impact wreck in the Cameron area that entrapped the driver of one of the vehicles.
When CPFR personnel arrived on-scene they were confronted with a driver that had minor injuries but was unable to get out of the vehicle. The driver's side door was damaged and unable to be opened and the passenger side door was resting against trees. CPFR ... (Full Story & Photos)

The Games Fire Departments Play

Department Chief Mike Cameron, July 23

Fire Department training comes in all forms, to the benefit of our members it makes sense to make training fun and challenging. With a thunderstorm outside Deputy Chief Richardson set up some hands on extrication equipment familiarization in the bay Tuesday night.
Members were given a review of the battery operated Edraulics Hurst extrication tools and a review of the hydraulic Hurst Extrication ... (Full Story & Photos)

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