Pinch Volunteer Fire Department

2020 Responses
Runs Structure Fires MVA
Total 0 0 0

Past Responses
2019 645
2018 697
2017 659
2016 850
2015 732
2014 670
2013 832
2012 899
2011 786
2010 747
2009 771
Total 8288

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Visitors Today
Jan 29, 2020

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CAPTAIN Jonathan Coleman, January 11

We are pleased to announce that The Board of Directors has appointed Deputy Chief John "Opie" Thaxton as our Fire Chief. Chief Thaxton joined the department in 1989 and has served the department and community for over 30 years. In his personal life John is the owner and director of Hafer Funeral Home. John is married to his wife, Tina, and they have three children, J.T., Joel, and Amy.

We would ... (Full Story & Photos)

Very Cold Morning Fire.

Captain Duane Legg, November 04

In the Early Morning hours on November 1, Metro 911 received a call regarding a home on fire with possible entrapment, in the Rutledge Rd area of our first due. Firefighters were already enroute to the stations as we had been alerted about 5 minutes earlier to a car crash with entrapment in the Elk River Rd N. area of our first due.

Engine 23, Engine 24 & Squad 2 responded to the fire. On arrival ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CAPTAIN Duane Legg, June 15

as part of the 60th anniversary Pinch Fire Department will be hosting a fireman's parade. We invite all departments to attend, Awards will be given, food & drinks will be provided to all departments attending. Following the Parade an awards ceremony will follow with cake and ice cream t conclude the day.
Awards will be given to the Best Appearing Engine, Tanker, Aerial, Utility, Ambulance, Rescue, ... (Full Story & Photos)

2019 Five Alarm Gun Bash is Underway

CAPTAIN Jonathan Coleman, May 11

Good evening friends. Our 2019 Five Alarm Gun Bash is under way at the Beni Kedem Shrine in Charleston, WV and we are so thankful for the friends who have came out! We still have tickets available at the door if you'd like to join us for an exciting evening with food, gun and cash giveaways, 50/50, tips, etc.

We will be posting the winners in real time on our Facebook page.

If you have came out ... (Full Story)

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ASST. CHIEF Donnie Milgram, February 09

On January 25, 2019 members placed the new utility 25 in service at our Big Chimney fire house. Utility 25 is now a 2019 Ford F-350 Super Duty 4 wheel drive crew cab pick-up and is powered by a 6.7 liter Power Stroke. The truck is up fitted with a Leer bed cap, DECKED truck bed storage, a Slide Master tray, LED emergency lighting with siren and a 12,000 LB electric bumper mounted winch.
Equipment ... (Full Story & Photos)

Late Evening Fire Engulfs Family Home

Captain Duane Legg, December 09

Sunday, December 9th turned into in a busy evening for the Pinch Fire Dept. Three Reported Structure fires in as many hours, with this fire on Candice Drive being well off on arrival. From the initial Dispatch Engine 23 with a crew of five was the first arriving Engine six minutes later to find a Single Family mid entry home well off. the Engine Company stretched two landlines and once a sustainable ... (Full Story & Photos)

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CAPTAIN Duane Legg, October 10

Late Monday October 8, 2018 at approximately 1800 hrs metro 911 was notified of a vechle rollover on little sandy rd. In Elkview WV. Engines 23, 21 & utility 29 responded. On arrival it was determined that one of the two passengers was partially trapped under the vechile after it rolled approx 50’ over the hill.

Members quickly moved to lift the van off of the patient, using high pressure air bags. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention is off to a good start

CAPTAIN Duane Legg, September 26

Wednesday, September 26th Pinch Firemen visited with Shoals Elementary School in Mink Shoals on the Southern End of our Fire District. We were greeted by 15 Pre-K Students and a few parents. Firefighters and students discussed calling 9-1-1, Smoke Alarms, Stop-Drop & Roll, meeting places outside the house and what to do if they are trapped in side a burning home. Lt. Carr & Captain Legg were asked ... (Full Story & Photos)

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