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Serving our District with professionalism, excellence and devotion to duty.

Southern Stone County Fire District is comprised of approximately 280 square miles of the southern part of Stone County, Missouri.  Southern Stone has responsibility over the largest part of Table Rock Lake with an estimated population of the Fire District as 31,000 (2005 U.S. Census), which is an approximate increase of 62% since 1990. 

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Welcome To The Southern Stone Fire Protection District

Our mission is to promote life safety and reduce human suffering to the citizens and visitors of the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District. To achieve this goal through public education and fire prevention programs. We shall seek to minimize the results of fire, medical or rescue emergencies and disasters in this District. To understand that each fire fighter is valuable and to maximize each persons potential. To serve our District with professionalism, excellence and devotion to duty. To strive for the future, never forgetting the past.

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On 7/3/24 at approximately 2000hrs SSCFPD, Central Crossing Fire Protection and EMS crews responded to a significant weather event that swept through Cape Fair Marina and Y highway sustaining significant damage to the area.
Part of the marina broke away from its mooring with individuals temporarily stranded on the dock. SSCFPD rescue boats shuttled these individuals back to land and safety.
Dock “A” sustained severe damage and other docks received moderate to light damage. Unconfirmed reports suggest there were between 15 to 20 boats that were submerged as a result of the storm.
Campground guests reported damage to travel trailers and boats located on trailers and the waterline from fallen trees. Stone County Emergency Management was also on scene to access the damage.
There were no reported injuries of civilians or rescue personnel.
(Photos courtesy of Stone County Sheriff’s Drone)
Paul ONeal ~ PIO
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On 7/3/24 at approximately 2000hrs SSCFPD, Central Crossing Fire Protection and EMS crews responded to a significant weather event that swept through Cape Fair Marina and Y highway sustaining significant damage to the area. 
Part of the marina broke away from its mooring with individuals temporarily stranded on the dock. SSCFPD rescue boats shuttled these individuals back to land and safety.
Dock “A” sustained severe damage and other docks received  moderate to light damage. Unconfirmed reports  suggest there were between 15 to 20 boats that were submerged as a result of the storm.
Campground guests reported damage to travel trailers and boats located on trailers and the waterline from fallen trees. Stone County Emergency Management was also on scene to access the damage.
There were no reported injuries of civilians or rescue personnel.
(Photos courtesy of Stone County  Sheriff’s Drone)
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78 CommentsComment on Facebook

Thank you to SSCFPD, and all First Responders, for all you do!

It was really crazy that it was almost 45 minutes before any responders came down to the Marina to check on the people down there though and thankfully my kids along with several of the neighbors all jumped in and worked together to pull the trees out of the roadway so that they were even able to get the firetrucks, ambulances etc to the area to be able to help and it was amazing seeing everyone come together like that . Neighbors have been out there all night and day working to clean up and I hope they all get recognition for their hard work as well... It really was a community effort!!

Glad no one was seriously injured.

What a scary event! Very thankful no one was injured—thank you for your service!

Glad no one was hurt, and no fatalities.

Good grief , Huge disaster !

Holy crap man. So lucky nobody was seriously injured or killed. 😮

Was the other side of bridge hit (Bridgeport)

We were stuck in clay coopers show when it came through Branson

Thankfully everyone is ok! Storms pop up so quickly in that area.

Do you know if the cape fair campground is closed?

Donna Meyer Jeff Meyer Jeff Meyer 🌪️ glad you were outta harms way! And that no one was hurt at Cape Fair !!!! 💪🙏

Saw this bad deal

Such a scary time for us.

Where is Cape fair located on TableRock ?

Prayers

Many prayers!!!!!

Damn it man.

Prayers

Heather Bastunas Corey Heidbrink Is this where you were last night?

Ryan Johnson This is it, holy cow

Connie Thom Faria show this to Steve. Crazy!

Christy Every-Teegardin

Amber Hibbard

Beth Deppler Plaster

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We’re working on a pretty neat project! Stay tuned and follow along for more updates in the near future!!! ... See MoreSee Less

We’re working on a pretty neat project! Stay tuned and follow along for more updates in the near future!!!Image attachmentImage attachment+8Image attachment

SSCFPD wishes everyone a safe 4th of July. Please use caution while using fireworks! ... See MoreSee Less

SSCFPD wishes everyone a safe 4th of July. Please use caution while using fireworks!

6/28/24 at approximately 2236hrs SSCFPD responders, responded in our fire boat to the area of the Kimberling City Bridge for the report of a collision between two boats. Two adults and two minor children were transported from the scene to the Port of Kimberling. Units from Mercy Emergency Medical Services received the patients where they were transported to an area hospital for further medical evaluation. The accident is currently under investigation by the Missouri State Water Patrol.
Paul ONeal ~ PIO
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6/28/24 at approximately 2236hrs SSCFPD responders, responded in our fire boat to the area of the Kimberling City Bridge for the report of a collision between two boats. Two adults and two minor children were transported from the scene to the Port of Kimberling. Units from Mercy Emergency Medical Services received the patients where they were transported to an area hospital for further medical evaluation. The accident is currently under investigation by the Missouri State Water Patrol.
Paul ONeal ~ PIO

14 CommentsComment on Facebook

Prayers for all in the coming weekend! I’m sure Bill is looking down on your beautiful new boat. Being on SSCFPD was one of his best experiences.

Thank you First Responders for what you do God bless everyone involved

Praying for their best outcome and so thankful for our water rescue and SSCFPD 🙏🏼. Let’s all keep the rules of the road and be careful this holiday weekend on the water

Prayers for all involved

Praying everyone is OK!!

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Prayers all is okay

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Praying

My goodness 😳 people really stun me sometimes

Praying 🙏 Psalm 46:10a💗

Nicholas Keup

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Heather Snowden Brown

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