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Saturday, April 19, 2008

Turn Back The Clock pt. 37

Leeds Fire & Rescue
Moody Fire & Rescue


Lori Dillashaw shares these pictures from the Central Club fire in Leeds that occurred on March 6, 2005.

A special thank you to Lori for sharing these great shots!


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Thursday, April 17, 2008

Turn Back The Clock pt. 36

Leeds Fire Department

David Goodson shares this picture from when he visited Leeds Fire Department as a child. Thank you, David, for the picture!

From David Goodson:

Here's an old photo. The back is dated 5/29/1965. It is of Leeds FD's brand new 1965 Ford Pumper which was "Engine 2" for years. The man standing beside the truck is Mayor James Bailey.

This is a scan of an old black and white Polaroid photo my dad took of me sitting in the truck. My recollection is that the truck had just been delivered, and not yet placed in service. The photo was taken at the city Garage, which is adjacent to what is now Station 2.



Leeds Fire Department

Monday, April 14, 2008

Cullman Storm Damage

Cullman City Fire
Vinemont/Providence Fire Department
Good Hope Fire Department
Cullman County HAZMAT


During severe weather on April 4th, straight line winds caused a power pole to fall onto an above-ground gasoline storage facility. The pole struck a 7,500 gallon storage tank, leaving a 3" diameter hole in the tank, and allowed 2,000 gallons of fuel to pour into the nearby storm sewer.

Departments on the scene included:
  • Cullman City Fire
  • Vinemont/Providence Fire Department
  • Good Hope Fire Department
  • Cullman County HAZMAT
  • Cullman County EMA
  • Cullman Emergency Medical Services
  • Cullman City PD
  • Cullman County Sheriff's Department
  • Cullman Red Cross
  • Cullman City and County Utilities
A special thanks to Lane Pair for sharing these great pictures!


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