A dozen Frankfort firefighters are participating in a mentoring program, working with kids once a week at the Clinton County Boys & Girls Club. Spearheaded by Fire Chief John Kirby who also serves as the Club’s athletic director, the initiative is designed to partner Frankfort youth with strong role models while they enjoy Club activities.
From January 1 – June 14 of this year, the Frankfort Fire Department staff handled seven fires, responded to 226 fire alarms, 519 ambulance assists, conducted 118 inspections and ten other types of assistance.
The City’s Fire and Police Departments continue to offer their Safer Seniors Program to assist senior citizens and those physically challenged with home evaluations for fire and safety hazards. Appointments are free and can be made for Thursday afternoons between 1:00 – 3:00 p.m. by calling the Fire Department at 654-4329. The City’s Department of […]
Teens warned of risk prior to Saturday’s prom Frankfort, IN – Designed to remind Frankfort high school students of the dangers of drunk driving as Saturday’s prom approaches, the Frankfort Fire Department is organizing an Every 15 Minutes drill and Mock 1050 (car crash) this week. On Wednesday, an Every 15 Minutes drill will be […]
Frankfort, IN – Responding to a distress call at 1:00 a.m. this morning, Frankfort Fire Department Engine 3 rescued a male victim in his mid-fifties from his home at 1952 West Green Street. The victim was responsive and transported to St. Vincent Hospital in Frankfort. His current condition is unknown. According to Deputy Chief Jeff […]
Frankfort, IN – The Frankfort Fire Department currently is accepting applications for firefighters until Saturday, April 21. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and not older than 36 years old at the time of hire, live in Clinton County or one of the adjacent counties to Clinton and have earned a high school […]
Frankfort, IN – Deploying with fellow District 4 Task Force members later on tonight, four Frankfort firefighters will take Engine #4 to assist with search and rescue and firefighting needs in tornado-ravaged southern Indiana. Battalion Chief Tony Snyder and Firefighters Craig Rutledge, Scott Freeman and Mitch Laughner will join fellow emergency responders as the group […]
Frankfort, IN – With a focus on public safety servants’ hearts taking care of Frankfort’s young-at-hearts, the Fire and Police Departments are launching a Safer Seniors program on Valentine’s Day with a safety visit to Frankfort resident Gerald Boyer’s home. Senior citizens 65 years and older interested in having public safety representatives visit their homes […]