Fredericktown Fire Department

Fredericktown Fire Department We are an all volunteer department with 20 members covering a 10 square mile area averaging 150 call

Operating as usual

Fredericktown Fire responded earlier this morning for an EMS assist and to establish a landing zone for LifeNet Farmingt...
09/06/2021

Fredericktown Fire responded earlier this morning for an EMS assist and to establish a landing zone for LifeNet Farmington. As always, great team work between agencies! We also hope everyone enjoys their Labor Day! Stay safe out there 🇺🇸

09/01/2021

A Severe Thunderstorm WARNING has been issued for Madison County, MO including Fredericktown until 10:30PM. The primary hazard is damaging winds.

Your Fredericktown Firefighters trained on truck/pump operations at Wednesday's biweekly training. Our department refres...
08/19/2021

Your Fredericktown Firefighters trained on truck/pump operations at Wednesday's biweekly training. Our department refreshes frequently on this to make sure we are ready to go to work when duty calls.

Another Saturday concrete pour complete at the training facility. This will be the final one for the year and now all th...
08/14/2021

Another Saturday concrete pour complete at the training facility. This will be the final one for the year and now all the attention will turn to constructing this year's haunted house.

Fredericktown Fire is on scene of an investigation of a lighting strike to a house on S. Main Street. There are numerous...
08/13/2021

Fredericktown Fire is on scene of an investigation of a lighting strike to a house on S. Main Street. There are numerous power issues scattered across town due to lighting strikes. City Electric crews are out working at this time.

Fredericktown Fire is on scene of an investigation of a lighting strike to a house on S. Main Street. There are numerous power issues scattered across town due to lighting strikes. City Electric crews are out working at this time.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 8pm this evening. Stay weather aware this after...
08/08/2021

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 8pm this evening. Stay weather aware this afternoon and early evening!

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 8pm this evening. Stay weather aware this afternoon and early evening!

The first call of August came overnight as crews were called to establish a landing zone for Survival Flight 1.
08/02/2021

The first call of August came overnight as crews were called to establish a landing zone for Survival Flight 1.

The first call of August came overnight as crews were called to establish a landing zone for Survival Flight 1.

Fredericktown Firemen put in some work Saturday morning pouring concrete at department training site. This area between ...
07/31/2021

Fredericktown Firemen put in some work Saturday morning pouring concrete at department training site. This area between the shipping containers hosts things like the haunted house and provides space for a covered outdoor classroom. Besides the weather towards the end of the project, the only mishap was a snake that decided to try out the wet concrete.

**outdated post** Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 10pm:Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop and move e...
07/10/2021

**outdated post** Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 10pm:

Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop and move east
this afternoon and evening with a risk for damaging winds and isolated large hail. A tornado or two is also possible.

**outdated post** Severe Thunderstorm Watch in effect until 10pm:

Severe thunderstorms are expected to develop and move east
this afternoon and evening with a risk for damaging winds and isolated large hail. A tornado or two is also possible.

07/10/2021

*** OUTDATED POST***A Severe Thunderstorm WARNING has been issued until 2:30 AM for Northern Madison County, MO. Primary threats are large hail and damaging winds.

Happy Independence Day!!! We hope everyone is having a safe and happy holiday weekend.
07/04/2021

Happy Independence Day!!! We hope everyone is having a safe and happy holiday weekend.

Happy Independence Day!!! We hope everyone is having a safe and happy holiday weekend.

We had a great time hosting our local girl scouts for a tour this week!
07/01/2021

We had a great time hosting our local girl scouts for a tour this week!

06/12/2021

Important information from Madison County 911!

⚠️ A second incident has occurred on HWY OO at the intersection of Burris Street. Both Burris Street and HWY OO are clos...
06/11/2021

⚠️ A second incident has occurred on HWY OO at the intersection of Burris Street. Both Burris Street and HWY OO are closed due to powerlines being down. Please avoid the area.⚠️

⚠️ A second incident has occurred on HWY OO at the intersection of Burris Street. Both Burris Street and HWY OO are closed due to powerlines being down. Please avoid the area.⚠️

⚠️HWY OO in front of the car wash is closed at this time due to a motor vehicle accident. Please avoid the area!⚠️
06/11/2021

⚠️HWY OO in front of the car wash is closed at this time due to a motor vehicle accident. Please avoid the area!⚠️

⚠️HWY OO in front of the car wash is closed at this time due to a motor vehicle accident. Please avoid the area!⚠️

The American Red Cross has a CRITICAL NEED for blood and an EMERGENCY NEED for O Negative blood type. Please come out to...
06/10/2021

The American Red Cross has a CRITICAL NEED for blood and an EMERGENCY NEED for O Negative blood type. Please come out to donate and help save lives.

*For more information contact the American Red Cross at the toll free number below.

The American Red Cross has a CRITICAL NEED for blood and an EMERGENCY NEED for O Negative blood type. Please come out to donate and help save lives.

*For more information contact the American Red Cross at the toll free number below.

We enjoyed getting to make a fun afternoon for students at FIS and FES!
06/07/2021

We enjoyed getting to make a fun afternoon for students at FIS and FES!

06/03/2021
Vertical Ventilation Simulations

Fredericktown Fire is training in a city acquired house on Park St tonight. Crews are working on vertical ventilation and mayday/wall breaches. Over the next month we will do several trainings with the structure until it's demolished to make way for the cities new public safety complex.

We hope everyone has had an enjoyable Memorial Day. Today we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
05/31/2021

We hope everyone has had an enjoyable Memorial Day. Today we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

We hope everyone has had an enjoyable Memorial Day. Today we honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 7pm. Stay abreast of the weather conditions thi...
05/27/2021

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 7pm. Stay abreast of the weather conditions this afternoon as thunderstorms are expected to develop which could be severe.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for Madison County, MO until 7pm. Stay abreast of the weather conditions this afternoon as thunderstorms are expected to develop which could be severe.

Today marks the 10 year anniversary of a commercial multifamily fire in Fredericktown. In the early morning hours of May...
05/26/2021

Today marks the 10 year anniversary of a commercial multifamily fire in Fredericktown. In the early morning hours of May 26th, 2011 a fire broke out in an 8 unit apart building. Luckily, Theresa Stephens happened to notice the fire and was able to alert the residents and get people to safety. Here is a link to the story KFVS 12 did on Theresa: https://www.kfvs12.com/story/14731924/fire-destroys-fredericktown-apartment-complex/

Today marks the 10 year anniversary of a commercial multifamily fire in Fredericktown. In the early morning hours of May 26th, 2011 a fire broke out in an 8 unit apart building. Luckily, Theresa Stephens happened to notice the fire and was able to alert the residents and get people to safety. Here is a link to the story KFVS 12 did on Theresa: https://www.kfvs12.com/story/14731924/fire-destroys-fredericktown-apartment-complex/

05/20/2021

Firefighters had a refresher on operating ladder 870 at last night's meeting. This also gave an opportunity to do a quick ladder climb at night.

We also want to extend a Happy EMS week to our colleagues at Madison County Ambulance District and our department's 8 Paramedics and EMTs.

Congratulations to Cherokee Pass Fire Department Chief Bill Starkey for 45 years of service and leadership.
05/16/2021
Starkey receives Attorney General Honors Award

Congratulations to Cherokee Pass Fire Department Chief Bill Starkey for 45 years of service and leadership.

Cherokee Pass Fire Chief Bill Starkey has been chosen to receive the Attorney General Honors Award from Missouri AG Eric Schmitt.

Thank you to Allan Yount for the donation of an antique peddle car to the fire department. Once restored, although its i...
05/15/2021

Thank you to Allan Yount for the donation of an antique peddle car to the fire department. Once restored, although its in excellent condition, it’ll be a great addition to our museum in our new station.

Thank you to Allan Yount for the donation of an antique peddle car to the fire department. Once restored, although its in excellent condition, it’ll be a great addition to our museum in our new station.

⚠️Traffic Accident⚠️ The 400 block of N. Mine La Motte (behind Harps) will be closed for some time due to an accident re...
05/10/2021

⚠️Traffic Accident⚠️ The 400 block of N. Mine La Motte (behind Harps) will be closed for some time due to an accident resulting in a downed power pole and transformer.

⚠️Traffic Accident⚠️ The 400 block of N. Mine La Motte (behind Harps) will be closed for some time due to an accident resulting in a downed power pole and transformer.

Washing and waxing the trucks is an Azalea Festival weekend tradition spanning at least the last 35 years. We are ready ...
05/09/2021

Washing and waxing the trucks is an Azalea Festival weekend tradition spanning at least the last 35 years. We are ready for the parade at 3pm. We also want to wish all the Mom's Happy Mothers Day!

We're still out at the Azalea Festival. The weather has held off and it's a beautiful evening. Come out and enjoy the fe...
05/08/2021

We're still out at the Azalea Festival. The weather has held off and it's a beautiful evening. Come out and enjoy the festivities!

Fredericktown Fire Department recently put two new items in service that were received with CARES act funds. A UVC disin...
04/27/2021

Fredericktown Fire Department recently put two new items in service that were received with CARES act funds. A UVC disinfecting lamp will be utilized to disinfect apparatus or rooms that have been contaminated by Covid or other viruses/bacteria. The Department will also be utilizing a "Decon/pak" to clean firefighters gear on scene after an incident.

Members of the department are making use of the department training facility tonight. Firefighters are rescuing victims ...
04/22/2021

Members of the department are making use of the department training facility tonight. Firefighters are rescuing victims in heavy smoke conditions.

Fredericktown Fire responded to a commercial fire on Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of S. Mine La Motte. Firefighte...
04/10/2021

Fredericktown Fire responded to a commercial fire on Thursday afternoon in the 100 block of S. Mine La Motte. Firefighters quickly extinguished a room and contents fire on the first floor of the structure. No injuries occurred. The cause of the fire is under investigation at this time.

04/09/2021

**OUTDATED POST** A Severe Thunderstorm WARNING has been issued for Southern Madison County until 5:45PM. Locations impacted include Marquand, S**o, and Buckhorn. The storm has a history of producing large hail to the size of golf balls. This storm could eventually effect the City of Fredericktown so stay weather aware!

***OUTDATED POST*** Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 7pm for Madison County, MO. More thunderstorms are movi...
04/07/2021

***OUTDATED POST*** Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 7pm for Madison County, MO. More thunderstorms are moving towards the area. These storms could be severe.

***OUTDATED POST*** Severe Thunderstorm Watch is in effect until 7pm for Madison County, MO. More thunderstorms are moving towards the area. These storms could be severe.

A big THANK YOU to the Bethel United Baptist Church for the food donation to the department.
04/06/2021

A big THANK YOU to the Bethel United Baptist Church for the food donation to the department.

A big THANK YOU to the Bethel United Baptist Church for the food donation to the department.

It's beautiful day! Happy Easter from everyone at the Fredericktown Fire Department.
04/04/2021

It's beautiful day! Happy Easter from everyone at the Fredericktown Fire Department.

It's beautiful day! Happy Easter from everyone at the Fredericktown Fire Department.

03/28/2021

A Severe Thunderstorm WARNING has been issued for Madison County, MO until 9:00PM. The primary threats are large hail and damaging winds.

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Girl Scout Troop #72043 wants to say a big Thank You to the Fredericktown Fire Department. The girls had a great time learning about the role of a firefighter and touring the station. They do say the favorite part was spraying the water. Thanks again for protecting the community and extending the knowledge to our girls.
He is a scurry texas first responder. Please help ! Every dollar counts. Thank you
Are you having the haunted trail tonight
I want to express my sincere thanks to your fire department for their quick response to my stove fire tonight. I wasn't cooking and it appears to have been an electrical short. I felt bad calling for what I thought was a minor fire, but was told it was a potential house fire. When something like this happens, it makes you think of what it could have been. Your firefighters came to fight a potential house fire, but thankfully they didn't have to tonight. Thanks again to all of them for their selfless response to my minor fire. We are blessed to have such dedicated first responders in our community. May God bless all of you and keep you safe.
Please help my family locate our beloved Frannie!