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State laws for Emergency Vehicle's •.910 Definitions for KRS 189.920 to 189.950. •.920 Flashing lights and sirens. •.930 Right-of-way to emergency vehicles -- Blocking or following emergency vehicles -- Driving over unprotected hoses of fire departm...
680 entries in the Call History
At 23:10 we were notified of a single vehicle crash that had rolled on it's top north of the Betsy Layne High School entrance. upon responding we found the vehicle near the Tram bridge on US HWY 23 with the occupant already out of the vehicle. Our Rescue truck Unit responded as well as several personally owned units.
1312 hours...911 dispatchers notified the firefighters of an injury accident on Ky Rt. 2030 just past the three-way stop of Ky Rt. 1426 in the curve. Firefighters arrived on scene and contacted both drivers who refused medical treatment. The accident was investigated by Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and both vehicles were driven off the roadway.
0758 hours...911 dispatchers notified the firefighters of a non-injury accident blocking school traffic on the Harold bridge on Ky Rt. 680. Firefighters responded and the roadway was cleared shortly thereafter.
1453 hours...911 dispatchers notified the firefighters of a fire alarm at Ky Oil & Refining Company in the Stanville community. Contact was made with the owner who said it was a false alarm.
1333 hours...911 dispatchers notified the Betsy Layne firefighters of an injury accident on U.S. Highway 23 near the entrance to our fire station. Firefighters assisted with traffic control and there was no extrication needed. The accident was investigated by the Floyd County Sheriff's Department.
2116 hours...911 dispatchers notified the Betsy Layne firefighters of yet another wildland fire near the mobile home company at Ivel. Firefighters responded to the area but were unable to locate the fire.
1857 hours...911 dispatchers dispatch the Betsy Layne Fire Dept. to the call of a wildland fire burning out of control in the Stanville community. A person had set some cardboard boxes on fire and the wind caused the flames to spread into the hills. No one was injured, there was no personal property damage, and forestry division workers also responded to the scene.
1503 hours...Betsy Layne firefighters responded to the call of a wildland fire near Pizza Den at Ivel. Upon arrival, it was determined that someone had set some cardboard boxes on fire in a fire pit however (due to strong winds) a piece of burning debris was carried just up the hill into some dead foliage and it subsequently ignited a small forest fire directly behind the complex. Firefighters responded to the scene with Engine 1 and quickly extinguished the small flames with the tru...
1803 hours...Betsy Layne firefighters were dispatched to the call of an ATV accident with one injury on Shop Branch of Mare Creek in the Stanville community. The injured patient was later located in the hills where he had been riding his ATV and was subsequently transported to a nearby hospital due to his injuries which were not life-threatening.
1732 hours...Betsy Layne firefighters responded to the call of a downed, live power line about 2 1/2 miles up Mare Creek Road at Stanville. Firefighters secured the area to prevent any injuries and awaited on the arrival of the power company.
680 entries in the Call History