Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue

2018 Incidents
Jan. 151
Feb. 69
Total 220

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

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Spring Forward = Change Your Smoke Detector Batteris

Department Chief Mike Cameron, March 10

The National Fire Protection Association reports that 71% of smoke alarms which failed to operate had missing, disconnected or dead batteries, making it important to take this time each year to check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.

•Install a smoke alarm on every floor of your home, even the basement.
•Install a smoke alarm outside every sleeping area. Ideally, install smoke alarms in every ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, March 10

Our area has had more rain than normal this year however, that does not mean that a wildland Fire will not burn erratically. This time of year many residents are getting out side and cleaning their yard from fallen leaves and tree limbs. In many cases home owners will burn yard debris and in some cases the fire will get out of control.
We encourage you:
Not to burn within a 100 feet of any structure ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor and Trailer Overturns in Lakeview

Department Chief Mike Cameron, February 28

During the early morning hours of February 28, 2018 Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to an overturn tanker truck in Lakeview. This was a single vehicle accident with no injuries. The truck was hauling Resin which was used to adhere wood together in the manufacturing process. There were no leaks of the resin and the driver was able to provide all of the proper paper work for the material. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, January 28

On Saturday afternoon, Cypress Pointe and the North Carolina Forestry Service were dispatched to a grass fire threatening a mobile home. Prior to units arriving the dispatch center received another call reporting that the mobile home was on fire.
A full structural response was requested since the grass fire was involving a mobile home. As units from Cypress Pointe arrived they reported a rapidly ... (Full Story & Photos)

SCC Fire Investigations Class

Department Chief Mike Cameron, January 24

The 25th Annual Sandhills Regional Fire & Rescue College is being held this week and as part of the classes a four day Fire Investigators Class was held. This class allows for class room instruction and practical hands on training for current fire investigators and future investigators.
On Wednesday this class used an acquired structure in Carthage to set fires and then allow the students to investigate ... (Full Story & Photos)

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