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News in Salem

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Sep

2018

Storm Information for Salem

An informational blog timeline for the City during Hurricane/Tropical Storm/Depression Florence.

26

Jun

2018

American Heart Association Honors Salem Fire & EMS

Salem Fire & EMS Recognized

3

Feb

2018

Firefighters Respond to Blaze on Yorkshire St.

Firefighters Battle Early Morning Blaze

30

Dec

2017

Home on S. College Avenue Sustains Fire Damage

Thirty-one first reponders helped extinguish the fire and assist the victims

27

Nov

2017

Salem Fire & EMS Respond to Fire at East Main 7-Eleven

Salem Fire and EMS Respond to Fire at East Main 7-Eleven

9

Oct

2017

Structure Fire on Yorkshire Street

Salem Fire and EMS respond to structure fire on Yorkshire Street early Monday morning

1

Aug

2017

Fire Damages Storage Facility on Apperson Dr.

More than 60 Individual Units Damaged by the Fire

2

May

2017

Fire and EMS Respond to Fire on Fletcher Circle

Early morning fore on Fletcher Circle ruled unintentional

7

Apr

2017

Salem Fire & EMS Dept. Responds to Fire at Yokohama

The fire was contained to one part of the building, but that section did sustain significant damage.

11

Jan

2017

Fire and EMS Update Equipment with Federal Grant

Thanks to a federal grant from the Department of Homeland Security, the Salem Fire & EMS Department has updated some of the most important equipment its firefighters use in the field. Self-contained breathing apparatus packs and other important accessories were recently purchased with a combination of grant money and city funds.
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