They’re behind the scenes for police and fire, but dispatchers are instrumental for law enforcement and firefighters which allows them to do their job.
Photo courtesy of Battalion Chief Erin Jones.
The Guthrie Fire Department has responded to several unusual calls throughout the years, but the latest occurred on Sunday night when a family pet fell several feet below a Guthrie home.
Touch the Trucks was delayed a few months, but that did not stop several from coming out and enjoying some cool vehicles and machinery on Sunday.
One person was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital following a single vehicle accident on I-35 on Friday afternoon.
The Guthrie Fire Department recently added four gooseneck LED light fixtures in front of the fire station near the bay doors. Not only does the lighting provide a warm, welcoming feel, but also is energy-efficient.
Thanks to neighbors and a maintenance worker, an apartment resident was left with minimal damage following a small fire inside a living room.
An electrical outlet is believed to have caused a fire inside a double-wide home on Monday afternoon.
On Monday, Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow lifted the burn ban for the city limits of Guthrie.
A camp fire on Sunday evening turned into a resident’s fence catching fire on Monday afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Legislation that strengthens the pension system for Oklahoma firefighters has passed the House with a vote of 93 to 0.
A vehicle burst into smoke and flames on Tuesday morning as a child was being transported to school on Guthrie’s west side.
Two semi-trucks collided on Interstate 35 Sunday afternoon leaving one in flames.
Update at 1:49 pm – Battalion Chief says they have control of the fire, but will be on scene awhile putting out hot spots. Fire embers are of some concern with several cedar trees in the area. Update at 1:37 pm – Firefighters trying to get a stop of the fire, but having a hard time […]
While the fine people at The Firefighter Museum were cleaning up, they discovered something very interesting.
Pictured below is water and Gatorade donations that came pouring in 2012 when the department ran low on supplies after several wildfires.
The Guthrie Fire Department has come to the rescue for many, but now they are asking citizen to help them with their supply of bottled water and Gatorade.
A Logan County home went up in flames on Wednesday afternoon and quickly spread to a grass fire in the southern part of the county.
Effective immediately, Fire Chief Eric Harlow has placed the City of Guthrie in a burn ban. This ban is being enacted due to the prolonged dry conditions and little to no forecasted precipitation in the near future. This burn ban includes all areas within the Guthrie City Limits only and will be in effect until […]
Guthrie fire officials say a windmill motor was the cause of a wildfire in southern Logan County on Tuesday resulting in two homes being destroyed by flames.
3:41 – Guthrie EMS just received their sixth medical call since the start of fires. All medical calls are unrelated to the fires. 3:28 – This fire is not in the Guthrie Public School district. No Guthrie buses will be affected for the ride home. 3:25 – Blackhawk helicopter drops 600 gallons of water on house […]
A space heater was the cause for another fire on Thursday morning. The latest fire occurred on the east side of Guthrie. The Guthrie Fire Department responded to 1224 E. Harrison Ave. at 10:27 a.m. Fire crews found a small fire in a bedroom. Fire Chief Eric Harlow says a space heater was placed too […]