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Basement Fire

December 1, 2017

At approximately 9 pm last night Whiteland Fire was dispatched for a possible residence fire. First arriving crews found a working basement fire and quickly worked to extinguish the fire. Occupants of the home smelled something burning in the home and quickly exited the residence and called 911. Whiteland Fire Department would like to thank Greenwood, New Whiteland, Bargersville, and Franklin Fire for all their assistance last night. This was our third fire in the last week and we would like to remind everyone to continue to make sure you have working smoke alarms in your house. On all three fires this week, the alarms have sounded and assisted in alerting the occupants of the fire.

 

Residence Fire

November 25, 2017

Approximately 4:03 am Whiteland Fire Department and New Whiteland Fire Department departments were dispatched to a residence fire.

Fire was extinguished and brought under control with the quick mutual aid response from Greenwood Engine 93, NWFD Engine 11 Bargersville Engine 201, and Franklin Fire Ladder 23.

4 occupants of the residence had been evacuated and were transported by Franklin Medic 23 to be checked out at the hospital.

Fire investigators are currently working on the incident.

Thank you to the Whiteland Police Department and New Whiteland Police Departments, New Whiteland Fire Department, Greenwood Fire Department, City of Franklin Fire Department, Bargersville Community Fire Department, Johnson County Emergency Communications, Medic 93 and Medic 23 for their assistance.

Also to the Town of Water Department Supervisor David Gabbard, as well as all other utilities for their aid.

Please remember to have a smoke alarm in every room with fresh batteries changed every 6 months.

This simple step could make a serious difference, between life and death.

 

Trick or Treat

Whiteland Community Celebration October 31, 2017

We wanted to thank all of the ghosts and goblins that came to visit and dance with us last night!!!

It is so rewarding for all of the firefighters and police officers to be allowed to be a part of these special memories.

Hope everyone enjoyed visiting us at the Whiteland Town Hall last night, and cannot wait to see you all again.

 

Trunk or Treat

Whiteland Elementary School 2017

Wow, what an amazing turnout today for the trunk or treat at Whiteland Elementary School!!!

The PTO did an incredible job making this all come together.

Such great costumes from the kids and even some parents!!!

Thank you to everyone that made our firefighters and Police Officers day today with the hugs, high fives, and great laughs!!!

Proud to be the fire department for this community and all of the wonderful people who have chosen to be a part of it!

 

Large Structure Fire

September 7, 2017

Approximately 7:44 pm Whiteland Fire Department was started to the report of a residence fire on Graham Road.

Without going into detail about the fire, and letting the quick rundown speak for itself, as well as the images, we would like to send a special thanks to all of the responders that assisted yesterday into the early morning hours this morning.

Here is some brief information from the fire, as of 4a.m.

Quick rundown

6 hours

105,000Gallons of water

5 counties agencies involved

Around 70 firefighters

26 apparatus

6 chief officers

Whiteland Fire and Police, New Whiteland and Police, Franklin, Needham, Amity, Edinburgh, Nineveh , Trafalgar, Bargersville, Madison Township, Indianapolis Fire & Police, Fairland, German township, Indiana State fire Marshall's office, Indiana Department of Homeland Security search dogs, ATF agent, Johnson County corners office, Town of Whiteland, and of course the Johnson County 911 center

All of these agencies came together to serve one purpose and that was to serve and protect.

Many hours of extremely hard work were put into extinguishing the fire and no injuries were reported of the responders.

Thanks again to all who helped during this large scale fire.

 

Mutual Aid Fire

August 15, 2017

We are always there when other departments call.

Whiteland Fire Department was called for mutual aid fire in southern Johnson County.

It was a large structure fire in a rural area which included numerous agencies from around the county and beyond.

Tender 71, Asst. Chief 702, Rehab/Support Team 71 responded to assist.

So many great emergency service providers working together this morning, reminds us of why we do this job.

Great work everyone, and special thanks to Law Enforcement, and Johnson County Emergency Communications Center for all of your assistance this morning.

 

Training Continues

July 18, 2017

Training in the heat for some unique accident situations

 

Tonight Whiteland Firefighters trained in the heat for some unique situational incidents.

During training, firefighters continued to stay in service responding to calls for the community.

It was a great evening working together, polishing our skills and building off of each others experience and previous training.

Special thanks to Lt. Brandon Wood for putting on the great training, as well as Johnson County Communications Center for helping us as needed.

Continue to move forward towards success.

 

Severe Weather Event

July 11, 2017

Flooding all over Johnson County and we were there to help.

We would like to thank every single person in today's severe weather.

All of the volunteers who came to help sandbag, our firefighters for their excellent and hard work all day and to all of the emergency responders for their assistance in today's emergencies.

Huge shout to Whiteland Dairy Queen, Casey's General Store and Smith Implements for their donations to help with the volunteers.

Communications Center for the amazing job of helping keep us safe and direct us on each call today.

The Town of Whiteland on the incredible response in every way, all of the law enforcement, ems, fire, recovery companies!!!

I know we are forgetting someone, but please know the gestures and assistance meant more than you all will ever know!!!

Thank you all again and stay safe!!!

 

Original Fire Truck

One of our original fire trucks returned to us. Keep track as we work to restore it.

1930 Ford AA built by Boyer, Logansport, Indiana

 

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