Cypress Pointe Fire & Rescue

2018 Incidents
Jan. 151
Feb. 69
March 76
April 81
May 90
Total 467

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

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Rembering Those That Have Sacrificed

Department Chief Mike Cameron, May 25

Freedom in the United States has come at the cost of many lives. Memorial Day is a time to remember all of those courageous Americans who have given their life to defend our way of life.

It is not only important to remember those that made the ultimate sacrifice defending our country but to also remember those that have died in the line of duty protect our community as well.

"A hero is an ordinary ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, May 23

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue is proud to announce the arrival of our new Water Rescue Boats. As a direct result of Hurricane Matthew in 2016 Cypress Pointe was approved for funding to upgrade our boats by the Moore County Fire Commission, Moore County Commissioners and the Cypress Pointe Board of Directors.
We ordered a double stack trailer from One Boat Inc. with two boats that include: a 16 foot ... (Full Story & Photos)

Automatic Aid Response with Carthage Fire Department

Department Chief Mike Cameron, May 22

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched with our automatic aid partner Carthage Fire Department for a structure fire on Highway 15-501 between Carthage and Cameron.
Upon the arrival of fire department units they reported heavy fire from three sides of the structure. An aggressive transitional attack was initiated knocking the bulk of the fire down and then hitting hot spots to keep the fire from ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Department Chief Mike Cameron, May 14

Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue was dispatched to two separate car fires within 24 hours on Monday.
The first fire was at approximately 1:00 a.m. on Monday morning and it was several hundred yards off of Highway 690. Due to the distance from the road and the terrain fire department had to use a brush truck to get to the fire. The occupants of the car had driven off road to fish at a local pond when ... (Full Story & Photos)

Woods Fire on Dove Road

Department Chief Mike Cameron, May 14

On Monday Cypress Pointe Fire/Rescue responded to a woods fire on Dove Road in our Harnett County Fire District. The fire burned approximately one acre before it was extinguished by fire department personnel. The fire was close to the road so Dove Road was closed for approximately 20 minutes.... (Full Story & Photos)

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