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Latest News
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Thursday, Aug 11, 2016
CMVFR responded to a 2 vehicle MVA on I-85. Minor injuries were reported.
Tuesday, Aug 09, 2016
CMVFR responded to a MVA on Chapel Grove Road. A total of 3 cars were involved.
Sunday, Jul 31, 2016
CMVFR responded to a MVA on Pinnacle Road. One patient transported with non-life threatening injuries.
Thursday, Jun 30, 2016
CMVFR along with URVFD conducted training. Here are just a few photos!

"Tomorrow's victory is today's training."
Monday, Jun 06, 2016
At 6:09 pm, CMVFR was dispatched to a 1 car motor vehicle accident with heavy damage. Fire personnel assisted GEMS with treating one patient with minor injuries.
Thursday, Jun 02, 2016
Two car MVA at interstate exit 10B
At approx 11:38 pm CMVFR received a call for a 2 car MVA at interstate exit 10B. Upon arrival 55 personnel advised 2 cars heavy damage with a patient entrapped. Patient was freed within 5 minutes of arrival. 2 patients were transported; one with life threatening injuries by GEMS.
Monday, May 23, 2016
CMVFR arrived at 8:20 pm to find 2 vehicles with medium to heavy damage. All patients were free from the vehicle. Crews from Crowders Mountain Fire controlled traffic and assisted GEMS with treating patients. One patient transported with minor injuries.
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Crowder's Mountain Fire & Rescue is looking for Volunteers!

CMFR is currently seeking volunteers to serve the citizens of our district on the EMS side. If you are interested in joining our winning team, please click the link below:
Membership Application
Residents get your Emergency Address Signs!
These signs help us find your home or property in case of an EMERGENCY.
Having your property correctly identified is crucial in case you need to call 911.

They are only $15 per sign, or $20 with the sign mounted on a steel post.
These signs also help raise crucial funds for the Fire Department.

Click below to download your application to get a sign,
or you can also stop by either station to pick up an application.
Emergency Address Sign Application
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