Stations 21 and 41 were dispatched for an MVA with fire on Route 30 EB in Hellam Township. Engine 21-1 arrived to find no fire but only light front end damage with fluids leaking. The box was scaled back to Engine 21-1. Units are currently on scene with one lane blocked on Route 30 EB. ... See moreSee less
Come and join the Hellam Fire Company at our Open House on Friday, October 9th from 6PM-8PM. We will have fire truck rides, a fire truck to see up close, fire prevention topics, and a smoke maze. There is no charge and people of all ages are welcome. ... See moreSee less
Stations 21 and 41 along with mutual aid units are currently on scene of an MVA with a tractor trailer roll over. Engine 21-2 arrived on scene to start fire suppression on the tractor trailer as there was a fire in the engine compartment. Other units arrived to assist with patient care. Route 30 WB is currently shut down between the Hellam exit and Mt. Zion Road. ... See moreSee less
I heard this happen from our back door last night in Hallam. I knew it sounded bad! 😢
That looks horrible. I hope no one died.
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Prayers to all involved
Hutch Hutchinson. This is was what I was telling you about, and it occurred two hours ago!
Mary Lehane Ward
So sad. This stretch has seen more and more accidents latley.
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Dear heavenly farther we beseech you to have mercy on all victims of this accident and their families.
Stretch your loving hands towards them and heal them with your power that all of the victims of the accident may recover fully bless them and hear our supplications for your help as we believe and trust that you are the best healer. Amen
I literally caught the tail end of this accident, seeing sparks fly from the truck as it came to rest I couldn't believe the gentleman in the car walked away from this... Initially he was unconscious and I feared the worst... All I can say is Thank God everyone was alive🙏❤️
That looks awful. Takes very special people to be first responders. Thank you! 🙏
There is flooding on Frysville Road between the 200 and 300 blocks. The road is not passable and “Road Closed” signs are posted.
PLEASE DO NOT DRIVE AROUND THEM. If you are caught, you will be fined. PLEASE DO NOT put emergency responders safety in jeopardy because you “thought” you could drive through the moving water! The 300 block of Campbell Road is also flooded. ... See moreSee less
It was me. I had a heart attack. I had no pulse and I was not breathing when the first officer arrived I understand through others that they had to shock my heart twice and perform chest compressions. I wouldn’t be here if not for those who helped me. I mean, saved me. ❤️
Prayers to those involved
I opened up Facebook this morning to see this car in a ditch, scrolled down and saw it was YOU! I’m so happy to hear that you are alive! Marie and I have you and your family in our thoughts. We wish you a thorough and speedy recovery! Thanks to all of our First Responders.