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Residents encouraged to test smoke alarms following product recall

Columbia Richland Fire is asking all residents who currently are using Universal Security Instruments brand smoke alarms to test the devices as soon as possible. This comes after the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a recall for the alarms with model numbers MI3050S and MI3050SB. The recall also applies to USI brand alarms with date […]

Citizens encouraged to keep safety in mind while celebrating July 4th Holiday

With America’s day of independence set to be celebrated this week Columbia Richland Fire is once again asking area residents to exercise caution while using fireworks.    “The Fourth of July holiday is about getting together with our friends and loved ones for food and fun,” said Columbia Richland Fire Chief Aubrey D. Jenkins, “Unfortunately […]

CFD steps up for Fire Rescue SC 2019

Columbia Richland Fire would play a supporting role for the annual Fire Rescue SC Conference. For the second straight year the conference was held in the capital city, going from June 24 to June 29. Firefighters representing departments across the state were in attendance. Activities were held at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center as well […]

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Recruit Class 19-01 in final review before their final assessments! These guys are in the home stretch! One week to go till graduation. @ColaFire

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It is going to be another SCORCHER today! Be sure to know the signs of heat-related illness and what actions to take! @ColaFire @NWS

CALLING ALL ARTISTS! @ColaFire & @ColumbiaPDSC are hosting a T-shirt Design Contest for my Campaign Against Breast Cancer. We need talented artists who are interested in creating a t-shirt inspired by the fight for a cure. Visit https://t.co/ufeDP0tBHJ to enter.

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“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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