Charlotte Fire Station 27

Charlotte Fire Station 27 The home of Charlotte Fire Department's Engine 27, Ladder 27. and Battalion 2. The companies at this station respond to 8,000 emergency calls every year.

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Operating as usual

Iredell Firewire App & Calls
10/28/2020

Iredell Firewire App & Calls

Captain Clark from Charlotte Fire is currently in Lake Norman Regional Medical Center fighting a prolonged illness. Today is Captain Clark's birthday, his brother's and sister's wanted to show him love and support while he fights this illness.

Today area fire departments arrived at the hospital to wave and sing Happy Birthday to him on the phone. Firefighters from Charlotte Fire Department, Mooresville Fire-Rescue, South Iredell Fire-Rescue, Mount Mourne, Davidson Fire Department, and Cornelius-Lemley Fire Rescue all came to wave and sing.

Dan, the Iredell Firewire founder was in attendance to take pictures of today's get together.. Dan said, "he was honored to be there and this just shows how strong the brotherhood and sisterhood is in the fire service".

Happy Birthday Captain Clark!

Chief, Engine and Ladder all assisting E22 (tanker) on the initial box
10/28/2020

Chief, Engine and Ladder all assisting E22 (tanker) on the initial box

About noon today Battalion 2, Engines 22, 27, 35, 36, Ladder 27 and Rescue 11 responded for a vehicle on fire in a garage. Engine 22 arrived on scene with a working fire. There were no injuries.

09/11/2020
Photos from Charlotte Fire Station 27's post
09/11/2020

Photos from Charlotte Fire Station 27's post

7-11-20, Engine 35 reports working fire...Bc2, E27, L27 dispatched.
07/12/2020

7-11-20, Engine 35 reports working fire...
Bc2, E27, L27 dispatched.

07/01/2020
06/22/2020

***2nd Alarm Fire*** 21:47hrs Station 27 Dispatched for a Fire Alarm in the 8400 Block of N. Tryon St. at the Hampton Inn. After investigation Heavy Smoke was reported on the 4th floor room 402, Command upgraded to working fire. E27 was hooking into the the FDC, making the Stand Pipe Connection and making the stretch. L27 forced the door and made entry. Shortly after... a 2nd Alarm was Struck by the Incident Commander BC02. Quick knock down contained to 1 room with heavy smoke damage throughout the 4th floor.

Initial Units- BC02, E27, & L27

Working Fire Companies-BC04, SFT01, E34, E35, E36, L28, & R10

2nd Alarm Companies-BC03, E18, E23, E31, & L18

Additional Units- Car 1, Car 7, Car 16, Car 342, BC01, E22, E08, L31, & REHAB01

A new addition to the 27 house. Thanks Joe and George  for the great work.
04/25/2020

A new addition to the 27 house. Thanks Joe and George for the great work.

Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families
04/20/2020

Carolina Brotherhood- Honoring The Fallen & Their Families

Excited to have our 2020 Ride Shirts (honoring our 2018 LODDs) uploaded to our website for purchase! Still PLENTY of time to purchase and show support for this year's ride. As a reminder, we have postponed the ride till later in the year due to the #COVID19 pandemic. #Brotherhood #CBH20 #NeverForget

Note: Models DO NOT ship with the shirt...especially Bobbi Jo...she's already spoken for fellas...

Website store --> http://carolinabrotherhood.com/index.php/shop/

Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York
04/09/2020

Uniformed Firefighters Association of Greater New York

Today we proudly remember the life and sacrifice of Firefighter Christopher A. Slutman of Ladder Co. 27.

On April 8, 2019 FF Slutman was killed by a roadside bomb alongside two of his fellow Marines while engaged in a military convoy in Afghanistan.

FF Slutman was a 15 year veteran of the FDNY and a member of the United States Marine Corps. In his 14 year career with the Marines, FF Slutman rose to the rank of Staff Sergeant. He was previously deployed to Iraq in 2014.

Firefighter Slutman is the 47th member of the New York City Fire Department to have been killed in action while serving overseas.

Chris’s remains lay at rest today in Arlington National Cemetery. Pictured in the second photo is the FDNY Pipes & Drums helping to lay Chris to rest on the morning of his burial.

Please keep his wife Shannon, their three daughters, their extended family and friends in your thoughts and prayer.

“As all of us found through duty we’re bound, for the service of others we stay. And our sacrifice will keep up the fight until under that Flag we do lay.”

"I shall not retreat nor shall i surrender for i will stand here and fight or I will stand here and die"
03/06/2020

"I shall not retreat nor shall i surrender for i will stand here and fight or I will stand here and die"

Photos from Charlotte Fire Station 27's post
03/04/2020

Photos from Charlotte Fire Station 27's post

Station 27 B shift would like to wish Division Chief Foulk a happy retirement from CFD and best wishes on your new posit...
02/25/2020

Station 27 B shift would like to wish Division Chief Foulk a happy retirement from CFD and best wishes on your new position. It was an honor working for such a influential officer!

Afternoon burner Dawn Circle. B shift working. ENGINE-15 REPORTING A 1 STRY DWELLING WITH HEAVY FIRE THROUGHOUT E15-E27-...
01/26/2020

Afternoon burner Dawn Circle. B shift working. ENGINE-15 REPORTING A 1 STRY DWELLING WITH HEAVY FIRE THROUGHOUT E15-E27-E7-E11-L4-R10-BC4-BC2

01/01/2020
"Ladder" Clowns to the left of me..."Engine" Jokers to the right...here i am ....stuck in the middle with Batt 2.....
12/29/2019

"Ladder" Clowns to the left of me...
"Engine" Jokers to the right...

here i am ....stuck in the middle with Batt 2.....

12-22-193 injured ...car into building. B-shift working
12/26/2019

12-22-19
3 injured ...car into building. B-shift working

Pine Point Fire Training
12/16/2019

Pine Point Fire Training

RIP Brother!
12/13/2019

RIP Brother!

Worcester Fire Department
12/04/2019

Worcester Fire Department

Today, on the 20th anniversary of December 3rd, we remember and honor FF Brotherton, FF Jackson, FF Lucey, FF Lyons, FF McGuirk, LT Spencer.

Our Heroes Fallen but not forgotten.

#W6 #WFD #WorcesterFireDepartment

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11/27/2019
Ladder 3 Paddy Brown Baseball Cap | eBay

Help us out Thanks:

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Levine Cancer Institute
11/22/2019

Levine Cancer Institute

CANCER IN THE FIRE SERVICE: Cancer is the leading cause of death among firefighters, according to the International Association of Fire Fighters.

On Friday, December 6, Levine Cancer Institute is hosting an educational event at Project 658 for firefighters. Experts from LCI, as well as the University of Miami, the National Volunteer Fire Council and North Carolina State University, will get together to discuss research, clinical trials, and the launch of the.first national Firefighter Cancer Registry.

Join us as we continue to focus our efforts on saving and improving the lives of our heroes!

For more information or to register, visit CancerAnswers.EventBrite.com or email [email protected]

11/20/2019
Mecklenburg EMS Agency - Medic

Mecklenburg EMS Agency - Medic

Recently, Medic received approval from the NC Office EMS and our Medical Control Board to test a First Responder Triage Tool. This tool is currently approved for further research and development. The protocol is designed for Medic to empower First Responders to safely identify low acuity patients, downgrade our ambulance response to non-emergency, and allow them to return to service for life-threatening calls. Watch the video below to learn a bit more!

https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/new-protocol-allowing-firefighters-to-leave-scene-to-be-tested/1010297035

All Station 27 units on the box today for a working house fire in 22’s local. E27 assisted E22 with suppression and esta...
11/10/2019

All Station 27 units on the box today for a working house fire in 22’s local. E27 assisted E22 with suppression and established a water supply while L27 performed a primary search. Units on the working fire assignment E22, E27, E36, L27, BC2, E11, R10, and BC1. Quick work by all companies on scene.

Yesssss!
11/06/2019

Yesssss!

Many confuse not having to do something with not being able to do it. This symptom of early-onset professional dementia is generally accompanied by a promotion where a member mistakes an increase in responsibility with a decrease in participation. As a result, we see many who exercise their authority more than their ability.

While the fire service certainly has a chain of command and a corresponding pecking order of tasks for good reason, climbing the organizational is NOT an excuse to forget how to climb back down it now and again. Just as in sports, every position on the team is designed to support another. We all share the same job as firefighters, but our position defines how we will primarily support that mission. We may be responsible for different duties, but we are accountable to each other first.

None of us should ever be above emptying the trash, mopping the bay, or scrubbing a toilet. There is no promotion where loading hose, washing the rig, or donning bunker gear becomes unacceptable. Cleaning is not exclusive to entry level positions nor is paperwork solely reserved for those on top of the food chain. When our primary responsibilities are completed or of a lower mission priority, we should always chip in with whatever needs to be done, regardless of our rank, position, tenure, or assignment. If we find ourselves idly watching, it is usually a sign we should be working. The more we work together, the faster the work gets done.

(Photo: The Columbian)

With running numerous calls all day, lawn work, station clean up, ground breaking for new CMPD station, building trainin...
09/27/2019

With running numerous calls all day, lawn work, station clean up, ground breaking for new CMPD station, building training we still find the time to save the littlest of patients.

In our hearts forever!
09/11/2019

In our hearts forever!

Awareness 22
09/02/2019

Awareness 22

08/30/2019
IAFF Charlotte Firefighters
08/08/2019

IAFF Charlotte Firefighters

‪Charlotte Fire Department lost a good one. Gone but not forgotten. Earl Adams Jr is now watching over us. We’ll take it from here. ‬

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Paul Loffire has posted pictures and videos on his FB page
Future backstep fireman
Paul Lof's page was taken down. My new page is Paul Loffire
A huge thank you for the team that came to unlock my car for me today. I know Harrison had the car running and the AC on full blast, but I was still a nervous wreck. He’s your number one fan! Thanks again!
Hi guys. . . Was looking for some advice. I see you guys are getting a $700,000 weight room for your station. I'm thinking of putting one in for my kids. Any hints you can give me for my budget of $700,000 is appreciated. This is ridiculous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ready for Sturgis - gotta fly the colors!