Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue

2018 Incidents
Jan. 151
Feb. 69
March 76
April 81
May 90
June 84
Total 551

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

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Assist Whispering Pines with an RV Fire

Department Chief Mike Cameron, July 08

On Sunday Cypress Pointe was dispatched to Quiet Oak Road to assist Whispering Pines Fire Department with an Recreational Vehicle Fire. The fire started from a property owner burning yard debris which spread to the RV. The RV was within a few feet of another RV and another house. Fire personnel contained the fire to the RV and did not allow any damage to the exposures in the area. Cypress Pointe ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, July 04

On July 4th Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue responded to a wreck on U.S. 1 By-Pass involving an armored truck. This was a single vehicle accident with two occupants that were not injured.
The North Carolina Highway Patrol investigated the wreck. ... (Full Story & Photos)

June Wrecks

Department Chief Mike Cameron, June 30

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue responded to multiple wrecks in June.
Some wrecks were vehicle damage only with no injuries but of course several incidents required additional medical treatment at the hospital for some of the victims. As the area grows so does traffic wrecks, make sure that you are focused on driving and drive defensively.
Attached are a few photos of some of those wrecks. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, June 25

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to Grady W. Road in Carthage for a kitchen fire as an automatic aid department to assist Carthage Fire Department.
Carthage's first arriving engine made an interior attack and quickly knocked the fire down. Cypress Pointe units arrived and assisted with extinguishing "hot spots" and getting Carthage's units back in-service.
There were no injuries in this ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine Service Testing

Department Chief Mike Cameron, June 19

Each year all fire departments are required to complete Fire Engine Service Testing. This testing verifies that the pumps on each fire engine are working properly and can handle the rigors of pumping fires for extended periods of time. Service testing requires three separate test on each fire engine for specific time limits and pressures. If a pump fails anyone of the three test because of mechanical ... (Full Story & Photos)

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