Monthly Report for January 2007 by beautytobeast

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									Monthly Report for January 2007




January 1 - Tryon responded to Vineyard Road reference to a tree down, call received at
2309 hours.

January 2 - Tryon responded to Howard Gap Road reference to a false alarm, call
received at 0109 hours.

January 3 - Tryon responded to Mimosa Lane reference to a good intent call, call
received at 1100 hours.

January 4 - Tryon responded to Lynn Road reference to a motor vehicle accident, call
received at 2041 hours.

January 4 - Tryon responded to Warrior Drive reference to a power line down, call
received at 2344 hours.

January 5 - Tryon responded to Highway 176 reference to a rock slide, call received at
2200 hours.

January 5 - Tryon responded to John Foster Road reference to a motor vehicle accident,
call received at 2000 hours.

January 8 - Tryon responded to Melrose Avenue reference to a motor vehicle accident,
call received at 1524 hours.

January 17 - Tryon responded to White Oak Manor reference to a fire alarm, call received
at 1330 hours.

January 20 - Tryon responded to Stevens Street reference to assist Polk County EMS, call
received at 1158 hours.

January 23 - Tryon responded to Lynn Road reference to checking on a controlled burn,
call received at 1408 hours.

January 27 - Tryon responded to Asheville Highway reference to mutual aid to Landrum
Fire Department (woods Fire), Call received at 1005 hours.

January 29 - Tryon responded to Glengarnock Road reference to assist Polk County
EMS, call received at 1148 hours.

January 29 - Tryon responded to Chippewa Drive reference to a good intent call, call
received at 1750 hours.
January 30 - Tryon responded to Page Farm Road reference to an animal rescue, call
received at 1950 hours.

January 31 - Tryon responded to Shuford Road mutual aid to Columbus Fire department
(woods fire), call received at 1352 hours.



During January all fire department members received their annual CPR and automated
external defibrillation certification.

Also during January all Fire Department members received the annual update for blood
borne pathogens.

In January the Fire Department completed a total of 186 hours of training.

The average response time for January was 6.25 minutes.

The total water usage for January was 5550 gallons.

								
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