From time to time articles related to fire safety, emergency medical services, and fire incidents appear in local news publications. This page lets you read each article. Simply click on the article title to see the full story.
(Nevada Appeal, Friday, April 16, 2004) Fire destroys Carson home A child playing with fire caused a fast-moving blaze Thursday morning that left a Carson City family of four homeless, fire officials said.
(Nevada Appeal, Monday, March 25, 2004) Newspaper 'not stilled' by huge fire At 11:20 p.m. on Wednesday, March 28, 1979, firefighters from the Carson City Fire Department were called to a fire at 200 Bath St. By 1 a.m., the Nevada Appeal's press room, composing and business offices had been destroyed.
(Reno Gazette-Journal, Wednesday, February 25, 2004) Historic volunteer fire company down to ten members A volunteer fire company that Carson City officials say is the oldest west of the Mississippi is down to 10 people to back up the city’s paid firefighting crew.
(Nevada Appeal, Monday, February 16, 2004) Fire station celebrates 10 years Ten years to the day after the Carson City Fire Department's $1.9 million Station 1 opened on Stewart Street, the crew is still elated about the "new" building.
(Nevada Appeal, Wednesday, February 4, 2004) Carson City to install life-saving defibrillators in public buildings Carson City buildings frequented by the public will soon be equipped with life-saving machines that could mean life instead of death for heart attack victims.
(Nevada Appeal, Friday, January 16, 2004) Dancer hurt at Carson City studio A young dancer was hurt at a Carson City dance studio Thursday afternoon while performing a backward-leaning move. She was taken by helicopter to Washoe Medical Center in Reno.
(Nevada Appeal, Friday, January 9, 2004) Firefighters receive wrong injection Six Carson City firefighters undergoing yearly tuberculosis screening this week were accidentally injected with a serum to combat tetanus.