Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue

2018 Incidents
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March 76
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2017 1075
2016 1251
2015 986
2014 955
2013 865
2012 1008
2011 986

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No Caption Abandon House Burns Saturday Night

Department Chief Mike Cameron, April 14

Saturday night Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to a structure fire in our Harnett County Fire District on Lizzie Jeter Road. Additional automatic aid departments included: Benhaven Fire Department, Crains Creek Fire Department, Spout Springs Fire Department and Harnett County EMS also responded.
Engine 214 arrived to find a well involved fire in a vacant structure with portions of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Honoring Captain Phillips

Department Chief Mike Cameron, April 13

On Friday, Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was honored to recognize Captain Samuel Phillips which was a U.S. Marine Helicopter Pilot that was one of four Marines killed in a helicopter crash on a training mission in Southern California. Captain Phillips is originally from Pinehurst North Carolina.
Captain Phillips body was flown from California to Raleigh-Durham International Airport where he was met by ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, April 09

The second week of April each year is recognized as “National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week”, bringing well deserved attention and recognition to the public safety dispatchers who are an invaluable part of the emergency response team. Assuring rapid response by fire, police and medical personnel in the midst of emergencies, the men and women who take 911 calls and send assistance are often ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Wildland Fire Threatens Structures

Department Chief Mike Cameron, April 08

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue and the North Carolina Forestry Service were dispatched to a woods fire on Mitchell Road in Cameron that threatened several structures and was difficult to gain access too. This fire was quick moving and caused access problems because of a trees being removed from the property. While the fire department protected structures the Forestry Service plowed a line around the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Tractor and Trailer Wreck

Department Chief Mike Cameron, April 04

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to an overturned log truck on U.S. Highway 1 Business. The truck driver was leaving the wood yard and turned to sharply, jack-knifing the truck and causing the trailer to go into the ditch. U.S. 1 Business was shut down while the truck and trailer were removed as well as the logs that he was hauling. There were no injuries.... (Full Story & Photos)

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