Southern Stone County Fire Protection District

The purpose of this organization shall be to provide fire protection, rescue, emergency medical care, and fire safety education within the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District. Provide mutual aid assistance to other departments and local government agencies.

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A few words about us

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. Stone County is described as the second fastest growing county in Missouri and one of the top 100 fastest growing counties in the United States.

EST. 1986

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Members of Southern Stone County Fire are making a difference in our communities! "Shop with a Hero" was a great opportunity for responders, auxiliary members and law enforcement to connect with local young people. Thank you to Ignite Church and Branson West Wal-Mart for making this event possible! ... See MoreSee Less

Members of Southern Stone County Fire are making a difference in our communities!  Shop with a Hero was a great opportunity for responders, auxiliary members and law enforcement to connect with local young people.  Thank you to Ignite Church and Branson West Wal-Mart for making this event possible!

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Stone Counties finest in every aspect

Thank you

Help Keep Our Christmas Wreath RED!

This Holiday season the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District is proud to announce a continuing holiday tradition. Starting December 1st, 2021, we will be hanging a Christmas Wreath at our Fire Station No. 1 on Highway 76 in Branson West. The wreath will be adorned with bright red Christmas lights to show our holiday spirit and our commitment to keeping our neighbors safe! The wreath will be a constant reminder for all of us to practice good fire safety during this holiday season. In the unfortunate event of a house fire in December we will replace one red bulb with one white bulb, so let's do everything we can to keep out Christmas Wreath glowing RED! Fire safety is our mission, and our number one priority is ensuring our communities and our neighbors have a safe and enjoyable holiday season!

Here are a few tips on how to keep your family safe and our wreath glowing RED this holiday season.
- Do not leave kitchen fires unattended. "Play it Safer, and Bake it Later"
- Remember if you are frying a Turkey, that you are not frying it on a wood deck, in the garage, or close to an over hang.
- Be cautious of overloaded electric circuits when decorating your homes with Christmas decorations.
- If you have a Chimney, be sure that it is cleaned and the protective screens are in place.

Most importantly, making sure you have plenty of working smoke detectors that give early warnings to smoke and fire in the home. This, In combination with sleeping with bedroom doors closed saves lives! Let's make this the safest and most memorable holiday season yet! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District.

"Neighbors Helping Neighbors" since 1986.
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Help Keep Our Christmas Wreath RED!  This Holiday season the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District is proud to announce a continuing holiday tradition. Starting December 1st, 2021, we will be hanging a Christmas Wreath at our Fire Station No. 1 on Highway 76 in Branson West. The wreath will be adorned with bright red Christmas lights to show our holiday spirit and our commitment to keeping our neighbors safe! The wreath will be a constant reminder for all of us to practice good fire safety during this holiday season. In the unfortunate event of a house fire in December we will replace one red bulb with one white bulb, so lets do everything we can to keep out Christmas Wreath glowing RED! Fire safety is our mission, and our number one priority is ensuring our communities and our neighbors have a safe and enjoyable holiday season!  Here are a few tips on how to keep your family safe and our wreath glowing RED this holiday season. 
- Do not leave kitchen fires unattended. Play it Safer, and Bake it Later
- Remember if you are frying a Turkey, that you are not frying it on a wood deck, in the garage, or close to an over hang.
- Be cautious of overloaded electric circuits when decorating your homes with Christmas decorations.
- If you have a Chimney, be sure that it is cleaned and the protective screens are in place.  Most importantly, making sure you have plenty of working smoke detectors that give early warnings to smoke and fire in the home. This, In combination with sleeping with bedroom doors closed saves lives! Lets make this the safest and most memorable holiday season yet! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at the Southern Stone County Fire Protection District.  Neighbors Helping Neighbors since 1986.

*Aircraft Request* FS8 [Reeds Spring] Female attacked by a dog. Mercy Lifeline 1 lifting for the RS Junction LZ 1:23pm

Mercy EMS has 3 ground ambulances on this incident, several victims with dog bites. Scene is secure.

1:38pm LL1 landed safely.

1:48pm LL1 lifted with 30’s female to a Springfield MO Hospital. All units clear of the scene
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That is horrid and on a holiday.

Hope they'll put the dog down..

Oh my god 😳

So so sad goodness

Dear Jesus please let this person have a fast and healthy recovery.

How horrible…

Prayers for all involved πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™

Kevin

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Prayers for the victims . πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™

Where is this at ?

Good reason to carry a gun.

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Praying for all!

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Hope she's ok.

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Oh my! Where is this located???

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prayers!

We’re these stray dogs? Any details? πŸ™πŸ»

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*Structure Fire* FS11 [Reeds Spring] Rocky Top Mobile Home Park. Reported fire on the exterior of a mobile home. 12:20am

Update: 12:27am E6014 onscene reports fire to the exterior. Crews out for fire attack.

Update: 12:44am command reports fire out.
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And the rescue of a dog

Thank you SSCFPD for rescuing the dog

where is the dog now? this is my brothers dog

What a beautiful little fur baby

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