Millers Ferry Fire Department

2015 Incidents
Jan 41
Feb 50
Mar 31
Apr 34
May 42
Jun 44
Jul 35
Aug 33
Sep 24
Oct 40
Nov 34
Dec 38
Total 446

2016 Incidents
Jan 35
Feb 29
Mar 35
Apr 34
May 35
Jun 55
Jul 62
Aug 30
Sep 52
Oct 37
Nov 40
Dec 40
Total 484

2017 Incidents
Total 0    

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Crews currently working serious wreck on 85

MFFD, January 13

Crews are currently working a double pin in on I 85 at mm 78. Please use caution in the area and expect delays. Story to follow... (Full Story & Photos)

Wintery Mix keeps Companies Busy

MFFD, January 07

Crews have been busy this weekend with the Snow/ Ice over the pas few days. We have responded to numerous traffic accidents on I- 85 due to road conditions. Please continue to use extreme caution if you have to get out, and remember to give emergency personnel room while they are working. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winter Storm Watch/Warning

MFFD, January 06


The Millers Ferry Fire Personnel are asking all residents to use extreme caution during the next few days during the winter storm. If you can avoid traveling through this storm please do so. ... (Full Story & Photos)

M/A Structure Fire with Salisbury FD

MFFD, January 06

Crews responded to assist Salisbury Fire on a working structure fire. Initial crews arrived on the scene to find heavy fire on the "B" Side of the structure. Crews were able to make a quick knock down and conduct primary search. Engine 643 arrived on the scene assisted with manpower and was later released from the scene by command. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Structure Fire

MFFD, January 05

At approximately 14:30 hours crews were alerted for a possible house fire in the 100 block of Waccamaw Drive. Crews from Station 34 responded with Engine 343 & Tanker 345 approximately a minute after dispatch. Engine 343 arrived on the scene and confirmed a working fire from a single wide mobile home. Engine 343 dropped its LDH at the road and laid in 200 feet while Tanker 345 established a water ... (Full Story & Photos)


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