Motor vehicle crash

On Saturday September 26 2015, at approximately 10:20 pm Harrisonville Fire Co assisted the State Police with an over turned vehicle at the intersection of Commissioner Rd. and Monroveville Rd. There were no serious injuries reported.

Motor vehicle crash

On Saturday October 10 2015, approximately 10:20 am, Harrisonville Fire Co assisted the state police with a vehicle accident at the intersection of commissioner pike and Monroeville Rd. There were no serious injuries reported



At approximately 12:30 on Saturday afternoon the Harrisonville Fire Co was dispatched to a reported house on fire on Harrisonville Rd. Apon arrival it was determined the fire was in Woolwich township. Crews went into service to attack the fire. Due to the heavy winds and freezing temperatures, the fire attack was extremely difficult. No one was injured in the incident.

Motor vehicle crash

At approximately 12:00 this morning. The Harrisonville Fire Co. Was dispatched for a single vehicle versus a pole. Apon arrival crews went into service to pop the door to remove the patient. No serious injuries where reported.

The Harrisonville Fire Co. Assisted the State Police with a down aircraft on Monroeville Rd. The single patient, got out under his own power and refused treatment.

Rescue assignment

Just after 900hrs a rescue assignment was struck for anĀ  excavator on its side with a patient trapped inside. Stations 39-2 and 25-1 were dispatched for manpower. The situation was secured and the patient was removed in just under 45 minutes.

Brush fire

Just after 1330hrs station 36-1 was dispatched to a working brush fire on the 400 block of Fislerville Rd. The fire was placed under control and the station cleared in just under 1 hour.

Very Busy week..

It was a very busy end of the week for the Harrisonville Volunteers. Thursday morning started with a first due structure fire, crews arrived on location with a 40×60 structure well off. Then Friday evening a box 25 alarm was struck for a dwelling fire in woolwich township. Tender 36-14 arrived first due tender and assisted with the extinguishment. Sunday continued with the action, the station handled a small ATV fire and an MVC.