Brevard County Fire Rescue crews responded to a single-vehicle crash about 11 a.m. on Saturday. The crash, which happened on Sykes Creek Parkway in the Ulumay Refuge area of Merritt Island, resulted in the vehicle being submerged upside down. (BCFR image)
Do you know Brevard County has over 2500 low income families in Brevard County? Brevard County Fire Rescue has an opportunity to prepare these children to walk into their first day of class prepared and ready to learn.
Brevard County Fire Rescue Units units responded to a fire Sunday afternoon at an apartment complex located at 1165 Jordan Road on Merritt Island.
Brevard County Fire Rescue units responded to a fuel truck crash about 3 p.m. Monday that has lanes blocked on Interstate 95 in north Brevard County. The crash happened on southbound I-95 where the truck jackknifed on wet pavement at mile marker 231. Brevard County Fire Rescue official reported that there were no injuries or fuel leak.
A residence on the 6100 block of Adina Road in Port St. John was heavily damaged by fire on Thursday evening, according to Brevard County Fire Rescue.
Brevard County Fire Rescue units responded to a single vehicle crash in the early overnight hours of Friday that left one person critically injured. According to Brevard County Fire Rescue, a car crashed into a tree and transformer in the 5000 block of Stadium Pkwy. in Viera. (BCFR image)
Three people were injured after a golf cart overturned in Viera on Thursday evening. The incident happened Thursday evening, according to Brevard County Fire Rescue. The injuries the victims suffered were “non-critical,” Brevard County Fire Rescue officials added.
Brevard County Fire Rescue units responded to a box truck fire in the southbound Interstate 95 lanes at mile marker 193 in Rockledge.
Brevard County Fire Rescue personnel responded Saturday evening to a report of a structure fire in the area of the 500 block of Palm Avenue in Merritt Island, which is located just south of State Road 520 and East of Courtenay Pkwy.
Brevard County Fire Rescue and Cocoa Fire crews responded to a structure fire on the 1400 block of Wilson Road in Cocoa. The call came in Sunday morning and units, upon arrival, fought a heavily involved mobile home blaze.
Brevard County Fire Rescue responded to a residential structure fire early Saturday morning in the 1700 block of North Merrimac Drive.
Two new fire trucks will be officially placed into service during traditional ‘Push In’ ceremonies set for Friday, April 26. Brevard County Fire Rescue Fire Station 44, 3780 W. King St, in Cocoa, will hold a ceremony from 1-3 p.m. and the Brevard County Fire Rescue Station 29, 3950 Canaveral Groves Blvd, in Cocoa, ceremony will take place from 3-4:40 p.m.
Brevard County Fire Rescue crews responded to a tractor-trailer crash early Saturday morning. The crash happened in the northbound lanes of Interstate 95 at mile marker 187, just south of the Pineda in Melbourne.
The Titusville Fire Department, assisted by Brevard County Fire Rescue, responded to a recent vehicle crash. The incident occurred on South Washington Avenue. Brevard County Fire Rescue Truck 24 was at the landing zone as the Health First First Flight helicopter arrived to evacuate a trauma alert victim injured in the incident.
Brevard County Fire Rescue crews responded to a 20-foot overturned sailing vessel in the Banana River near the State Road 528 on Sunday afternoon about 2 p.m.
Brevard County Fire Rescue the Titusville Fire Department responded to a rollover crash Saturday afternoon off State Road 46 in Mims near Interstate 95. Brevard County Fire Rescue reported multiple trauma alerts.
Brevard County Fire Rescue units responded to a residential structure blaze Tuesday evening about 7:40 p.m. The fire was reported at 6165 Banyan Street in Port St. John.
Congratulations and a happy and healthy retirement to Firefighter-Paramedic Elissa Paolino. Lisa has faithfully and selflessly served the citizens and visitors in Brevard County for 19 1/2 years with Brevard County Fire Rescue, and previously served many years with Harbor City Volunteer Ambulance Squad prior to BCFR’s acquisition of HCVAS.
he Titusville Fire Department, with assistance from Brevard County Fire Rescue, responded to the report at about 8:20 p.m. Saturday of a residential structure fire next door to 2147 Harrison Street.
Brevard County Fire Rescue (BCFR) is pleased to announce the donation of 174 Pet Masks. The donated masks will be used by the BCFR crews to treat our furry family members suffering from smoke inhalation during a fire event.