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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. Β 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.Β 

ESTD. 1986

Welcome To The Southern Stone Fire Protection District

Our mission is toΒ 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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We are looking for the right person to do the right things, the right way, for the right moment!
Become a Pay-Per-Call Responder and make a difference in your community!
For more information text the word "FIRE" to 417-598-7373.
You can find our application at sscfpd.org/volunteer/
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We are looking for the right person to do the right things, the right way, for the right moment!  
Become a Pay-Per-Call Responder and make a difference in your community!  
For more information text the word FIRE to 417-598-7373.
You can find our application at sscfpd.org/volunteer/

01/30/24 0933hrs several fire units from Southern Stone Fire Protection District responded to a residential structure fire in Kimberling City. Upon arrival fire units observed heavy smoke coming from the residence and a second alarm was sounded. Fire personnel performed an aggressive fire attack and were successful in confining the fire to the garage area. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time.
Paul ONeal ~PIO
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01/30/24 0933hrs several fire units from Southern Stone Fire Protection District responded to a residential structure fire in Kimberling City. Upon arrival fire units observed heavy smoke coming from the residence and a second alarm was sounded. Fire personnel performed an aggressive fire attack and were successful in confining the fire to the garage area. The cause of the fire is undetermined at this time.
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Great work

Great save!

Thank you for being there

Great save!

Good save guys!!

Great job Southern Stone County Fire Protection District

Greg Forbes AnnMarie Bell

Thanks for speedy response!

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This incident then went to a 3rd alarm assignment

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01/26/24 1453hrs three individuals received serious injuries from a single vehicle accident on Yocum Pond Road in Reeds Spring. Rescue Units from Southern Stone Fire Protection District responded to the scene and worked for several minutes to extricate the trapped occupants. The patients were transported to local hospitals for treatment.
Paul ONeal ~ PIO
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01/26/24 1453hrs three individuals received serious injuries from a single vehicle accident on Yocum Pond Road in Reeds Spring. Rescue Units from Southern Stone Fire Protection District responded to the scene and worked for several minutes to extricate the trapped occupants. The patients were transported to local hospitals for treatment.
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Prayers for all involved πŸ™

Prayers everyone involved are safe.

Prayers everyone’s way

Sending prayers πŸ™

Prayers

This was some dear friends of mine. Praying for them and their families tonight. πŸ™

Prayers to the families and Thank you to our men and women οΏΌ

Prayers

Dustin Daugherty

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Prayers for all involved. πŸ™πŸ™

Praying for full recovery of those involved in the accident.

Prayers for all envoled

Good job

Prayers for everyone involved

Thank you for all you do. πŸ₯°

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I'm sorry to the families involved. Prayers the 3 kids heal quickly. πŸ™

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It just has a scary feeling to it, it always has had an eerie, spooky feeling even when we were kids! πŸ₯ΈπŸ₯ΈπŸ₯Έ

Wow! All the roads out here are very dangerous. Scary. Not sure what happened, but people need to slow down on these roads…πŸ™

Kimberly Logan

Emily Walny

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When it's cold out we always like to encourage that you have an extra blanket or two in your vehicle, a flashlight with extra batteries, road emergency kit (flares, flashers), first-aid kit, water and non-perishable snacks as a just in case.

Please stay warm over these next few days of extreme cold temperatures. If you or someone you know is in need of a place to warm up, please see the locations listed below. Stay warm!
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When its cold out we always like to encourage that you have an extra blanket or two in your vehicle, a flashlight with extra batteries, road emergency kit (flares, flashers), first-aid kit, water and non-perishable snacks as a just in case.

Please stay warm over these next few days of extreme cold temperatures. If you or someone you know is in need of a place to warm up, please see the locations listed below. Stay warm!

12/15/23 1134hrs a caller notified 911 and reported an outdoor fire. Crews from SSCFPD responded to the location on West Hwy 86 and observed the fire had spread to a nearby structure and was fully involved. A second alarm was called and units responded from Central Crossing Fire to assist in the fire suppression. The structure appears to be a complete loss and there were no reports of any injuries. Fire crews cleared the scene at approximately 1326hrs.
Paul ONeal ~PIO
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12/15/23 1134hrs a caller notified 911 and reported an outdoor fire. Crews from SSCFPD responded to the location on West Hwy 86 and observed the fire had spread to a nearby structure and was fully involved. A second alarm was called and units responded from Central Crossing Fire to assist in the fire suppression. The structure appears to be a complete loss and there were no reports of any injuries. Fire crews cleared the scene at approximately 1326hrs.
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Sending prayers πŸ™

Sending prayersπŸ™

So thankful for no injuries. Very sorry for the loss of their home.

Thanks for safety

Mattie Armstrong-Head

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There are still openings available for the Tri-lakes Area Firefighter 1 & 2 Academy. For more information or to register please email Deputy Chief Mike Moore at [email protected]. Hurry! Application deadline is December 22nd, 2023. ... See MoreSee Less

There are still openings available for the Tri-lakes Area Firefighter 1 & 2 Academy.  For more information or to register please email Deputy Chief Mike Moore at mikemoore@sscfpd.org.  Hurry! Application deadline is December 22nd, 2023.
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