Mulvane Emergency Services

 1905                 2015

110 Years of Volunteer Fire Service

ISO Class 3 / 5

Mulvane, Kansas

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Two Children perish in a single family dwelling fire.

       

       

Three and four year old sisters perished in this afternoon house fire.  The room the girls were found in had flashed over before firefighters could arrive.  South Central Kansas Arson Strike Force is assisting in the investigation of the fire. 

This was Mulvane's first fire related death in 15 years.  The last fatality fire was in a duplex just several hundred feet away from this home.

 

 

Rural Structure Fire

       

       

       

         

     

KWCH TV 12 Video

This structure fire broke out about 9:30 pm and took about 2 hours to bring under control.
Fire is believed to have started in the wall behind the fire place insert.
Temperature was about 18 degrees.  Udall and Belle Plaine provided additional water tenders.
Derby Fire & Sedgwick County were called in later to provided additional manpower. 
This attic fire was hard to reach due to a false sheetrock ceiling installed under a lathe & plaster ceiling creating a void space.

 

 

 

Shed Fire at Mulvane Mobile Home Park

       

     

Mulvane Fire responded to the report of an unknown structure fire.  Found a 14 by 16 tool shed fully envolved in flames. 
Occupants had been using a wood burning stove in it prior to the fire.

 

Hay Barn Fire in Cowley County

     

   

Mulvane Tender 408 assisted Udall Fire on this small hay barn fire.
About 250 hay bales were in the 20' x 40' machine shed. One round haybaler was also destroyed.

The fire was thought to be caused by children playing with matches.

 
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Misc pictures around the station.

       

 

MDA Boot Drive 2009

             

             

About $2,650 was raised in 7 hours on a Saturday & Sunday.

14 Fire & EMS personal participated.

 
                     
Duane McDaniel       Lt. Kimble          John Andrews         Capt. Ester  

 

 

 

 M.E.S. Photographer Garry Brownlee

Garry Brownlee is the Department Photographer and is a member of the Resource Team.  Many of the pictures on this web site of current events were taken by him.  Pictures used by permission only.   See more of his work here on flickr.

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Hardee's Fire

 2002 Train Derailment

Old Settlers 2002

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Structure Fire September 2003

April 2003 Disaster Drill

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April 2004 School Bus MCI Drill

Jackpot Barrel Racing 2004

Jackpot Barrel Racing 2005

Structure Fire April 2006

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