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Another great class from Got Big Water and Chief Mark Davis.  Flowed 1250 gpm with Brierfield E-203 drafting and pumping...
05/21/2017

Another great class from Got Big Water and Chief Mark Davis. Flowed 1250 gpm with Brierfield E-203 drafting and pumping 2200' of 5" LDH to Montevallo E-83. The we added Pelham E 92 & Alabaster E 11 into the relay.

Another great class from Got Big Water and Chief Mark Davis. Flowed 1250 gpm with Brierfield E-203 drafting and pumping 2200' of 5" LDH to Montevallo E-83. The we added Pelham E 92 & Alabaster E 11 into the relay.

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01/18/2017

Photos from Montevallo Fire Department Training's post

11/01/2016

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Governor Bentley Signs Drought Emergency Declaration, Bans Burning in 46 CountiesMONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on...
10/13/2016
State of Alabama - Forestry Commission

Governor Bentley Signs Drought Emergency Declaration, Bans Burning in 46 Counties
MONTGOMERY – Governor Robert Bentley on Wednesday signed a Drought Emergency Declaration due to extremely dry conditions. The declaration, often referred to as a ‘No Burn Order’, prohibits all outdoor burning for 46 counties in north and central Alabama. The order is effective as of 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, October 12, 2016.
“The current drought condition in our state is posing a serious threat for wildfires,” Governor Bentley said. “The continued lack of rain combined with low relative humidity and strong winds put us at a very high risk. This declaration is meant to prevent unnecessary burning, reducing the chance of avoidable fires.”
The No Burn Order affects the following counties which have been upgraded from the previously-issued Fire Alert: Autauga, Bibb, Blount, Calhoun, Chambers, Cherokee, Chilton, Clay, Cleburne, Colbert, Coosa, Cullman, Dallas, DeKalb, Elmore, Etowah, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hale, Jackson, Jefferson, Lamar, Lauderdale, Lawrence, Lee, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Montgomery, Morgan, Perry, Pickens, Randolph, Russell, Shelby, St. Clair, Sumter, Talladega, Tallapoosa, Tuscaloosa, Walker, and Winston.
Additionally, the Alabama Forestry Commission (AFC) has issued a Fire Alert for the remaining counties in south Alabama, effective immediately.
“We need rain desperately. Over the past couple of weeks we’ve seen an increase, not only in the number of wildfires, but also in the size of these fires. Several of them have been very large wildfires,” State Forester Gary Cole said. “With this extremely dry weather, conditions are such that any fire can quickly spread out of control, not only resulting in damage to our forests but also threatening and destroying homes. These burning restrictions are a necessary result of the ongoing lack of precipitation, the recent increased number of fires, high probability of fuel ignition, as well as the reduced availability of firefighting manpower and suppression resources across the state.”
Over the last seven days, 341 wildfires have burned over 4,100 acres in Alabama, according to Alabama Forestry Commission fire officials.
The Drought Emergency Declaration order will remain in effect until rescinded by the State Forester, at which time conditions will have changed sufficiently to reduce the occurrence and frequency of wildfires. To report persons burning in violation of this law, contact your local law enforcement. For more information on the current wildfire situation in the state, visit Alabama Forestry Commission’s website at www.forestry.alabama.gov.
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Submitted by Capt Shane Stoudenmire.
10/06/2016

Submitted by Capt Shane Stoudenmire.

Scene upon arrival
10/04/2016

Scene upon arrival

10/04/2016

10/3/16 Structure fire. This video is intended for MFD training purposes only and is a highlight of the fire operations. It took many people to put the fire out and a special thanks to all that participated and did their parts in all aspects of the fire ground activities. Great job team!!!

10/04/2016

10/3/16 Structure fire. This video is intended for MFD training purposes only and is a highlight of the fire operations. It took many people to put the fire out and a special thanks to all that participated and did their parts in all aspects of the fire ground activities. Great job team!!!

Thanks to David King for reminding us
09/01/2016

Thanks to David King for reminding us

Last weekend 4 members of Brierfield Fire and Rescue had the opportunity to attend classes at the National Fire Academy ...
08/25/2016

Last weekend 4 members of Brierfield Fire and Rescue had the opportunity to attend classes at the National Fire Academy located in Emmitsburg MD
This is an annual event sponsored by the Academy and the Alabama Fire College. We go every year along with firefighter's from New Hampshire and Vermont. It is an amazing opportunity and I wish more Alabama firefighter's would take advantage of this great opportunity to learn and fellowship
The NFA is also home to the National Fallen Firefighter's Memorial

9/21 the explorer post is up and running strong with 7 explorers
08/21/2016

9/21 the explorer post is up and running strong with 7 explorers

Montevallo Fire Department Training's cover photo
07/13/2016

Montevallo Fire Department Training's cover photo

Montevallo Fire Department Training
07/13/2016

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