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Latest News
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Sunday, Jun 14, 2015
CMVFR responded to a brush fire in the area of Angus Dr. It took crews a little under 3 hours to extinguish the fire. No injuries reported.
Saturday, Jun 13, 2015
CMFR responded to this car fire on HWY 331 early Saturday morning. The fire was contained in the engine compartment. No injuries were reported.
Friday, Jun 12, 2015
CMFR was dispatched to a house fire on David Park Rd. On arrival crews found an outside tankless water heater that had fallen off the wall and broke the gas line to the unit and ignited. Flames were contained to the outside of the residence.
Sunday, Jun 07, 2015
CMFR responded to this MVA as a result of a police chase Sunday morning around 8:00 am on Highway 74 outside Kings Mountain. Two patients were transported to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries.
Friday, Jun 05, 2015
CMVFR responded to a single vehicle accident around 10:30 P.M. One patient was pinned and air lifted from the scene after extrication was complete.
Monday, Jun 01, 2015
CMFR responded to this MVA on Crawford Rd just inside the NC line involving a motorcycle rear-ending this equipment trailer. The driver was taken to the hospital w/ non- life threatening injuries.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
CMVFR responded to a MVA at Crowders Creek Rd and York Highway Saturday evening.
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Crowder's Mountain Fire & Rescue is looking for Volunteers!

CMFR is currently seeking volunteers to serve the citizens of our district on the EMS side. If you are interested in joining our winning team, please click the link below:
Membership Application
Residents get your Emergency Address Signs!
These signs help us find your home or property in case of an EMERGENCY.
Having your property correctly identified is crucial in case you need to call 911.

They are only $15 per sign, or $20 with the sign mounted on a steel post.
These signs also help raise crucial funds for the Fire Department.

Click below to download your application to get a sign,
or you can also stop by either station to pick up an application.
Emergency Address Sign Application
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