2014 Calls - 145
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Mocksville FD was dispatched to a reported structure fire while units were out on a grass/woods fire on Elberon Ct. 2200 & 2201 along with several POVs responded from Elberon Ct & 2205 responded from the station with 1. Arived to find a brick ranch home 75 - 80 % involved with an adjacent structure on the "D" side starting to burn. There was also a 1 acre grass fire extending from the "C" side of the original fire building.
Garage Fire June 13, 2013
Mocksville Fire Department along with Smith Grove Fire Department responded to a structure fire on Main St. in Mocksville. Units arrived to find a large 60x40 detached garage 75% involved along with three exposure fires involving vehicles. Fire suppression was started as an exterior operation. The garage and exposures were extinguished and overhauled without incident. The residence received minor heat damage and there were no injuries.
Structure Fire March 5, 2013
Mocksville Fire Department along with Center Station 13 were dispatched to a possible structure fire with a subject trapped inside. Mocksville engine 2201 arrived on scene to confirm a working house fire. Fire attack and search were initiated. The fire was kept in check and the victim was found. Mocksville personnel removed the victim from the house and started CPR in the front yard. Despite best efforts from fire and EMS the victim succumbed to injuries sustained in the fire. The fire was extinguished and the incident was resolved.
Mocksville Fire Department was dispatched to a possible structure fire. Mocksville personnel arrived on scene to confirm a working house fire. All the occupants were out of the residence. Mocksville Fire Department with the assistance of Smith Grove VFD and Cornatzer VFD were able to stop the blaze. Red Cross was contacted to take care of the victims. Fire personnel successfully salvaged cell phones, clothes and other personal items. The Davie County Fire Marshall conducted an extensive investigation and concluded that the fire started in the laundry room due to an equipment malfunction.