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Increase in cooking-related fires expected during Thanksgiving Holiday

With many households across our area getting ready to fire up their stoves and turkey fryers for Thanksgiving Day, Columbia Richland firefighters want to stress the importance of USING CAUTION while you prepare your holiday feast. “Each year Thanksgiving Day is the leading day of the year for home fires involving cooking equipment,” said Columbia […]

Annual Mocktail Mix-off Raises Funds for MADD South Carolina

The fire department was once again proud to play host to the annual Zero Proof Mocktail Mix-off to raise funds in the fight against drunk driving. Dozens of people would turn out for the event, which was held on Sunday, November 24, 2019 inside the bay at department headquarters. Guests would once again get to […]

14 Firefighters Recognized for Promotions at Fall Ceremony

On Wednesday, November 20, 2019 Columbia Richland Fire once again took time to recognize all of our members who received promotions over recent months. With their friends, families and firefighter breathren looking on, 14 members of the department would offcially be badged for their new positions by Columbia Richland Fire Chief Aubrey D. Jenkins. The […]

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Members of @ColaFire Recruit Class 19-02 are making more strides towards their graduation next month! Today they’re at @SCStateFire training how to fight fire fueled by flammable liquids & gases!

That’s a wrap for this years Carolina Carillon Holiday Parade! @ColaFire wants to thank everyone who came out to get into the holiday spirit!
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Thanks for hitching a ride with us during the Carolina Carillon Parade @miranda_parnell ! We loved having you aboard! @wis10

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