Woodburn Fire Department

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Woodburn units E-56, E-58, and E-54 responder with EMS and WCSO to reports of a head-on motor vehicle collision with injuries. Upon arrival, patients reported no injuries, and it was found to only be a side-swipe collision.
Last night at 22:19, Woodburn units E-56, E-58, and E-54 responded to a fire alarm at Richpond Baptist Church. Upon arrival, a scene size-up was conducted and command advised dispatch there was no sign of smoke or fire. After doing a room-to-room investigation and talking with the alarm company, it was determined to be a faulty smoke detector that set off the alarm.
May we never forget the men and women who gave there lives doing what they love to help a stranger.
At 15:52, Woodburn units E-56, E-54, and Car 51 responded to a report of a fully involved pickup truck at the 7mm southbound on ramp of the William Natcher Parkway. While en route, units were advised that all occupants were out of the vehicle. Upon arrival, firefighters stretched the front bumper line and extinguished the fire. No injuries were reported.
At 15:39 this afternoon, Woodburn units responded to a possible injury accident. Engine 56 and Engine 58 responded, units arrived on scene and found minor injuries. All units are available.
Woodburn’s training topic for the evening was extrication. New recruits learned the basics of taking off doors and total roof removal.
Woodburn units have been busy this afternoon, having 2 injury accidents and a medical assist. At 15:42, units were dispatched to a single vehicle rollover with possible entrapment. Engine 56 arrived, confirming no entrapment and only minor injuries. While on this run, units got knocked out to a second injury accident. Engine 58 and Engine 54 responded to a two vehicle t-bone crash.
Tonight was our annual Ice Cream Supper fundraiser/community event. Families from all over our fire district came out and enjoyed live music, games for the kids, food, and of course ice cream! Thanks to everyone who came out!
At 2:24 a.m. E-56, E-58, E-54 responded to a fire alarm at Jody Richards Elementary. A line of severe storms came through and knocked the power out, causing the alarm to malfunction. All units are available.
At 5:13 this morning Woodburn units E-56, E-58, T- 51 responded to assist Plano with a working structure fire. The two-story over basement house was a total loss. No injuries were reported.
At 15:43 today E-56, E-58, and E-54 responded to an injury accident. Upon arrival, E-56 determined that there were three vehicles with major damage. One vehicle was a KSP officer. There was only one reported injury, which was not the KSP officer. The patient was flown by air ambulance to a hospital. All units are available.
At 14:18 today, Woodburn units E-58, E-54, and Car 51 responded to a reported fire alarm at Jody Richards Elementary School. At the time of the alarm, there was a severe warned storm moving through the area. Upon arrival, units noted there was a power outage also affecting the area because of the storm. After further investigation, it was determined there was no actual fire alarm but a supervisory alarm caused by the power outage from the storm.