The Fern Creek Fire Department would like to extend our deepest condolences to our bothers and sisters in blue. Louisville Metro Police Detective Diedre Mengedoht was tragically killed in the line of duty on Christmas Eve. The impact of her passing is felt throughout all of the emergency services and the community.
Today Fern Creek Fire station 1 hosted River City Drill’s annual competition. Competitors came from as far away as California to take part in today’s event which was graciously hosted by the Army National Guard.
Feeling the role of lead judge was our own Captain Micheal Renn. Captain Renn was a world champion in 2016
On Thursday Fern Creek Fire handed out ice cream at our area McDonalds. P2 was hard at work helping out and having fun.
Today around 5pm Fern Creek responeded to a structure fire in the Park at Hurstbourne apartments. Thanks to the quick action of crews from Fern Creek, Jtown, and Beuchel the fire was quickly extinguished.
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Santa visited 17,000 children around Louisville last year!
On this day 4 years ago the Fern Creek Fire Department lost one of its own. Major Malcolm Jenkins was our department’s first paid training officer. He also played a lead role in developing the Kentucky Regional Fire Training Academy. Most of the firefighters on our department today were trained by Major Jenkins. It is the knowledge he instilled in us that insures Malcolm is still on the engine every time it rolls out of the station to help someone in need.
On Thursday Oct 25th Fern Creek Fire Department co hosted a Fall Festival with the Fern Creek Community Center and Fern Creek High School. We had a huge turn out and a lot of fun. Thanks to everyone who came out to help and enjoy the fun!
Come see us as we team up with the Fern Creek Community Center to bring you a bigger and better fall festival!