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Mon. Jan 1st 2018
Final Stats for 2017

Red Oak Station 51 finished the month of December 2017 with 25 calls for service. This was our busiest month for 2017. We fin...

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Wed. Dec 6th 2017
Nasal Narcan Program

Chief John Maynard proudly announces today that as of December 1, 2017 the Red Oak Fire Department will begin a new initiativ...

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Fri. Dec 1st 2017
November 2017 Stats

Red Oak Station 51 finished November 2017 with 14 calls for service. This brings our annual total to 151 calls.

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FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS

 

Chief John Maynard proudly announces today that as of December 13, 2017 the Red Oak Fire Department began a new initiative designed to enhance the overall health and public safety of citizens in the Red Oak Community. 
 

All Red Oak Fire Department emergency vehicles are now carrying the drug Narcan, which is an opiate antagonist that helps with the survival rate of heroin overdose victims.
 

From January 1, 2017 - December 1, 2017, the Red Oak district has seen an increase in the number of overdose patients in need of Narcan.  

Our departments commitment to the overall health and public safety is evident by our collaborative efforts both with the public and private sectors. We’re fortunate to be part of a County that’s moving in the right direction with positive momentum and a vision for ensuring we have the ability to help those in need.  

The Red Oak Fire Department is honored to partner with local health professionals in our on-going commitment to serving and protecting residents and businesses in our response district. 

    

Recent Calls
Sun. Dec 31st 2017
On 12/31/2017 at 1843 hours, Red Oak Station 51 was requested to respond automatic aid to the Town of Winterville Station 15 in reference to an appliance fire in the 400-Blk of Milton Dr. 5101(Wagon 1) responded. Prior to arrival, all automatic aid units were canceled by Winterville command. All Red...
Sun. Dec 31st 2017
On 12/31/2017 at 1609 hours, Red Oak Station 51 was requested to respond automatic aid to Bell Arthur Station 52 in reference to a residential structure fire in the 5200-Blk of Stantonsburg Rd. 5101(wagon 1) responded. Prior to arrival, all units were canceled by Bell Arthur command. All Red Oak uni...
Sat. Dec 30th 2017
On 12/30/2017 at 0416 hours, Red Oak Station 51 was requested to respond automatic aid to Greenville Fire-Rescue Station 5 in reference to a residential fire alarm in the 2500-Blk of Saddleback Dr. 5101(Wagon 1) responded. Prior to arrival, the alarm company called back to advise same was a false al...
Fri. Dec 29th 2017
On 12/29/2017 at 1727 hours, Red Oak Station 51 was requested to respond to a commercial fire alarm activation in the 900-Blk of Brompton Ln. 5101(Wagon 1) and 5102(Engine 2) responded. Upon arrival, nothing was showing from the structure. Personnel performed a "360" of the business and fo...
Mon. Dec 25th 2017
On 12/25/2017 at 1011 hours, Red Oak Station 51 responded automatic aid to GFR Station 5 in reference to a residential fire alarm activation in the 2300-Blk of Sawgrass Dr. 5101(Wagon 1) responded. Upon arrival, contact was made with the resident, who advised same was set off in error. Once GFR E5 a...
Smoke Detector Program

The Red Oak Community Rural Fire Department has received a grant to provide a limited number of smoke detectors to local citizens. If you need a smoke detector please fill out this form and return to address at bottom or to any fire fighter. You will be contacted to arrange an installation time.

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2018 Call Volume
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Contact Information
Red Oak Community Rural Fire Department Inc.
925 West Star Street
Greenville, NC 27834
Non-Emergency: 252-355-8870
Emergency: 911
Fax: 252-355-8871
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