WHITELAND FIRE IN ACTION

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"I have no ambition in this world but one, and that is to be a fireman.  The position may, in the eyes of some, appear to be a lowly one; but we who know the work which the fireman has to do believe that his is a noble calling.  Our proudest moment is to save lives."

- Chief Edward F Croker

RESIDENCE FIRE WITH EXPLOSION

This video is of the first few minutes of a working residence fire that Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department responded to on April 25th, 2016. A vehicle that was also on fire fuel tank exploded while crews were starting fire attack. No injuries were reported at this fire.

 

House with explosion

Semi Fire

SEMI FIRE

Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched with a possible structure fire at a local truck stop off of I65. While responding this call was updated as a semi-truck on fire near the pumps. Upon arrival of 701 the semi was not near any structures. Engine 71 arrived and made a quick attack with their bumper line. New Whiteland Fire Department Engine 11 was requested for manpower and Needham Community Volunteer Fire Department Engine 82 was requested for water supply and manpower. Seal Medic 23 provided EMS standby for the crews on scene. Whiteland Police Department provided traffic control. No Injuries were reported and the load that the semi was hauling was not damaged and was transported to its destination via another truck. Thank You to all the on scene help as well as Johnson County Communications for your help.

Filmed with a FireCam 1080 Helmet Cam
Music By Otherwise Soldiers

MUTUAL AID BARN FIRE

Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department Tender 71 was dispatched on a working barn fire for water support. Units on scene were able to establish a water supply via hydrants in the area. Tender 71 was kept on the call as another source for water supply and for manpower. Crew from Tender 71 assisted with fire attack and overhaul.

This was filmed with the FireCam 1080HD Helmet camera.
Music Promontory by Trevor Jones

Mutual Aid Barn Fire

2015 In Review

2015 IN REVIEW

This is the Whiteland Volunteer Fire Department year in review for 2015 as well as celebrates our 60th year in service. This full version video shows what the Whiteland Vol. Fire Dept. was doing in 2015. The Whiteland Vol. Fire Dept. took great pride in training for and responding to calls to help the community we serve and protect. Take a look at what we did for the community. Thank you to the community for allowing us to serve you in your times of need.