Category: Palm Bay Fire Rescue

Palm Bay and Brevard County Fire Units Douse Garage, Vehicle Blaze on Jarvis Street NW

Brevard County Fire Rescue units assisted Palm Bay Fire Rescue to fight a residential structure and vehicle blaze Sunday afternoon. According to Brevard County Fire Rescue officials, at 12:59 Sunday afternoon, BCFR units assisted Palm Bay Fire Rescue with a heavily involved garage and truck fire. The incident occurred in the 1300 block of Jarvis Street NW in Palm Bay. No injuries were reported and the circumstances of the fire have not yet been released.

Palm Bay Fire Rescue Engine Dedication Ceremony Set For Saturday at 10 a.m.

Palm Bay Fire Rescue (PBFR) invites residents and members of the media to a public push-in ceremony celebrating the arrival of the city’s new fire engine and tender fire truck. at 10:00 a.m. this Saturday, September 22nd at Station 1, located at 1201 Pt Malabar Blvd.

Brevard County Fire Rescue, Palm Bay Fire Rescue, Florida Forest Service Douse Brush Fire in Grant-Valkaria

Brevard County Fire Rescue, with the assistance of Palm Bay Fire Rescue and the Florida Forest Service, responded to a brush fire in the 6800 block of Las Pamos Drive in Grant-Valkaria. The fire was contained to approximately three acres. No homes were damaged, no injuries occurred, and no evacuations took place.

Palm Bay Fire Rescue Responds To Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Trauma Alert on Robert J. Conlan Boulevard

Palm Bay Fire Rescue Engine-1, Truck 1 and Safety 1 responded to a vehicle vs. pedestrian incident on Robert J. Conlan Boulevard on Sunday evening. According to Palm Bay Fire Rescue, one Trauma Alert was issued and the victim was transported to the hospital. RJ Conlan Boulevard was closed after the crash but all lanes are now open. Authorities have not yet reported the circumstances of this incident or the identity of the victim.

IMAGE OF THE DAY: Palm Bay Fire Rescue B-Shift Engine 2 Extinguishes Vehicle Blaze On I-95

Palm Bay Fire Rescue B-Shift Engine 2 from Malabar Road extinguished a car fire Monday afternoon on I-95 northbound. The owner said the car started smoking and once they pulled over it caught fire. According to Palm Bay Fire Rescue, luckily, most of the contents were already removed before E-2 arrived on the scene. No injuries or the cause of the fire were reported.