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Benefit Planned to Support Firefighting Dream of Former Recruit

Staff at Columbia Richland Fire will be rolling up their sleeves on Saturday, January 18, 2020 to assist a former department recruit in achieving his lifelong dream to be a firefighter. Last January Brandon Zinn faced a major setback in reaching that goal when he was struck by an alleged drunk driver while riding his […]

Tips to Ring In the Year 2020 Safely!

Columbia Richland firefighters want to STRONGLY encourage area residents to practice safety and due caution while welcoming a NEW decade to the Central Midlands. For the safety of you, your loved ones and others please adhere to the following guidelines during the New Year Holiday! DON’T DRINK AND DRIVE!   IF YOU ARE DRINKING, DO […]

Firefighters encourage residents to water Christmas trees, assess decorations during holiday season

With the Christmas holiday now just a few days away decorated trees are popping up in houses and businesses across the Midlands. As in years past Columbia Richland Fire wants to remind residents to exercise awareness and caution with their Christmas trees ESPECIALLY if they plan to put live trees inside their homes. “A dried […]

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It was great having some of the littlest students from @BenLippenSchool at our headquarters this morning! Fire Education Officer Bengie Leverett gave them an excellent talk on fire 🔥 safety!

Where did the mild ☀️ weather go??

If the colder temps 🥶🥶 get you firing back up your home heating systems over the coming days, here's some important info to review! https://bit.ly/2R1FyAs

REMINDER! We’re now less than 2 days away from our @ColaFire ‘Open House’ to benefit Brandon Zinn!

We hope to see you Saturday morning January 18th at our headquarters on Laurel Street!

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Columbia Fire Dept. Organized
1903
How many hours Firefighter Stay at Work
24

“We save lives and protect property through community risk reduction and professional emergency response to the public we serve.”

 

Fire Chief, Aubrey D. Jenkins Columbia Fire Department

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