155 entries in the Call History
PFD has been paged to 5 grass/field fires in the last week. No injuries or property damage occurred.
PFD was paged for mutual aid by Tallula Fire for a machine shed fire off of Knoles Road in rural Petersburg. Tallula and Petersburg Fire extinguished the fire and no injuries were reported.
PFD and multiple other agencies responded to Athens to assist with a structure fire which resulted in a fatality.
PFD was paged to a mutual aid fully involved structure fire around 8:30pm Sunday night. Upon arrival PFD and Rural fire units saw flames showing from multiple mobile home structures and also encountered exposed propane tanks. Units were able to quickly extinguish the fire and control the exposed propane tanks to help prevent further damage. PFD units cleared the scene around 11:00pm on Sunday night.
PFD was paged to a structure fire around 9:00 pm on Friday January 31st at the Old School apartment complex located on Seventh Street in Petersburg. Upon arrival, responding units found heavy fire and smoke coming from the West side of the structure. Within minutes the fire had spread to the entire apartment complex. PFD was assisted by several mutual aid agencies from the area and remained on scene until approximately 1:00 pm the following day.
PFD was dispatched this morning at 3:15am to a report of a fully involved structure fire in Petersburg. Huge thanks to all of the mutual aid departments that assisted! Petersburg Rural Fire, Athens Fire, Menard County Rescue Squad, Menard County EMS, Petersburg PD & Ameren were all in attendance To lend a helping hand. No injuries were reported.
PFD responded to a two vehicle accident this morning around 7:45 AM to find both vehicles fully involved. Thanks to the help of the Petersburg Police Department, Menard County Rescue squad, Petersburg Rural Fire and the Menard County Sheriff’s Department the fires were extinguished quickly, and we are happy to report there were no serious injuries.
PFD was paged for smoke in a residence. PFD arrived on scene and ventilated the residence. Damage was minimal and their were no reported injuries.
PFD responded to a structure fire in Petersburg. Upon arrival PFD was smoke and flames showing through the roof of the structure. Great work was done by PFD and the surrounding mutual aid partners to mitigate any further damage. PFD would like to thank Menard EMS, Petersburg Rural Fire, Athens Fire and Menard Co. Rescue Squad for their assistance.
PFD responded to a mobile home that was fully engulfed in Petersburg. PFD had mutual aid assistance from Athens Fire, Petersburg Rural and Menard Co. Rescue Squad.
PFD responded mutual aid with Athens Fire and Petersburg Rural to a single vehicle accident on Athens Blacktop Road.
PFD responded to a 2 vehicle accident on Route 97 mutual aid for Petersburg Rural Fire Department. Menard County Rescue Squad and Menard EMS also were at the scene assisting.
PFD was paged for a possible structure fire around 12:30 am Monday morning. Upon arrival crews found heavy smoke coming from the exterior of the strucutre. PFD found the source of the fire and quickly extinguished it. Crews remained on scene for salvage and overhaul operations. The fire was isolated to the living room area of the house so the residents were not displaced. Great work by all involved.
PFD was paged for mutual aid assistance for a structure fire in rural Petersburg. Upon arrival heavy flame and smoke was showing through the roof. Both departments worked together to extinguish the blaze in a timely manner. Great job by all who assisted!
PFD was paged for mutual aid for a structure fire at 1:30 am on Friday morning. Upon arrival PFD found heavy smoke coming from the structure, PFD along with Athens Fire and Menard Rural Fire extinguished the fire and cleared the scene around 4:30 am,
On February 18th the Petersburg Fire Department responded to a kitchen fire in Petersburg. Upon arrival PFD found the fire had been extinguished by Petersburg PD. PFD ventilated and checked the apartment for fire extension before clearing the scene
155 entries in the Call History
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By now you have probably seen the reflective 911 home address signs on many of your neighbor's mailbox posts.
Made of the same tough materials as road signs these home address signs are so reflective in the dark that members of the Petersburg Fire Department don't have to struggle to read your address at night.
If you are interested please contact 911 coordinator John Balster at 217-632-5460 to purchase these signs.
The Petersburg Fire Department is currently accepting applications to join the department. If you are interested and would like to get more information on the department. Please contact our membership officer Chief Pat Rebbe at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We normally add members in pairs but we will accept applications at any time.
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