Mulvane Emergency Services

 1905                 2015

110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service

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Mulvane, Kansas

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2012 News Archive


(December 2012)

News Year Eve day house fire, Mutual Aid to Cowley County FD #4 out of Udall.


New Design graphics for Mulvane EMS!


Ambulance 452 is placed into service!


(November 2012)

Hauled water training exercise


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Units from Sedgwick County Station #36,  Butler County FD #3, Derby FD and Mulvane FD practice rural water shuttles and drafting.

These drills are held in accordance with Auto-aid & Mutual Aid agreements, and help us familiarize with other departments equipment.


Ethanol BLEVE on I-35,  Kansas Turnpike MM 27.8





Single vehicle, double fatality accident, one dog also perished. 

The trailer was considered "Empty" but still contained enough product to BLEVE 5 to 10 minutes after impact, he had been hauling Ethanol.

Had Emergency Responders arrived a little quicker, the death toll might have been higher.  One KHP trooper did witness the BLEVE as he was arriving.


(October 2012)

Early morning house fire



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The newest arrival to our fleet, a 2012 Osage Ambulance.

A-452 is an additional truck we are putting on the street to help with call volume, primarily due to the Kansas Star Casino.


Early morning Structure Fire


Small hole in the fireplace mortar caught this wall on fire.  Fire was confined to 32" of wall space.



Ram vs Parked Dump truck.


(September 2012)

MDA Boot Drive raises over $2,500 in 4 hours!




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Pasture and wildland fire on Oxford Road.



Sedgwick County Station #36 and Udall fire assisted.  About 10 round bales burned and 15 acres of pasture and cedar trees.

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(August 2012)

RFP are now open for Mulvane Emergency Services Station #2.