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IMPORTANT REMINDER: be safe while cooking holiday meals

With the Thanksgiving Day holiday quickly approaching Columbia Richland Fire Chief Aubrey D. Jenkins and staff want to remind area families to practice caution while cooking their big dinners to feed hungry guests. “The holidays are always a time for making lasting memories with your loved ones,” Chief Jenkins said, “Don’t let that opportunity be […]

CFD trucks roll down Sumter Street in annual Veterans Day Parade

Columbia Richland Fire would like to thank everyone who came out to support the 2018 Veterans Day Parade in downtown Columbia. CFD trucks were just one part of the parade, which made its way down Sumter Street from Laurel Street to Pendleton Street on Monday, November 12, 2018. Fire Chief Aubrey D. Jenkins and other […]

Columbia Richland volunteer crews take part in training drill

On Saturday, November 10, 2018 volunteer crews with Columbia Richland Fire got to exercise their skills in a mock firefighting drill. The exercise, which was conducted at the CFD training grounds off of Bluff Road in Columbia, gave the crews practice in responding to a scene, flame suppression, property search and victim rescue. The department […]

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Cleanup operations are likely to continue through the evening. Area residents are asked to stay inside for the time being and keep their windows and doors closed. Do not run heating or air conditioners. Do not build fires. @ColaFire

RIGHT NOW: ⁦@ColaFire⁩ is continuing to monitor Dothan Rd while ⁦@scdhec⁩ continues cleanup from yesterday’s fuel incident. Area residents are allowed to enter the neighborhood but we are limiting outside traffic for the time being.

Yesterday's incident near Play Pals Day Care had many people asking about the effects of gasoline exposure. Here's a link to some good info on that & some steps you can take if you smell fuel: https://t.co/SX1N07Ljw8
(Image courtesy of @BLS_gov)

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Columbia Fire Dept. Organized
1903
How many hours Firefighter Stay at Work
24
1904 Columbia Firefighter’s Monthly paycheck was
40.00

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