Burn Ban & Wildfire Danger Map
Wildfire Danger as of 06.28.2017
On Monday June 5th a man was at a fruit stand in Hermitage Ark when he passed out. A family from Greenbrier, Ar was at the fruit stand when the customer passed out. The family helped revive him and waited until the ambulance arrived. Hermitage Ark Police Chief Poole used a AED (Artificial Defibrillator).
Recently we been made aware of a South Ark Resdient videoded a fatal wreck on May 24th on Hwy 85 1 mile west of U.S 65 Junction. All photos of fatal wrecks will not posted right away and may not be posted if they are to graphic. Thanks for the understanding we have to follow the 24-48 hour law on posting fatal wreck information
Trooper’s eat lunch too!! Last week, Troop F’s Cpl. Ritchie Whitley and Cpl. Frank Remick stopped for lunch at subway in Fordyce. Almost immediately, the troopers were approached by Abby and Isabel Bass. The girls’ parents told the troopers that they both loved police officers and they just couldn’t stop the girls from wanting to speak with them. Cpl. Whitley and Cpl. Remick were both very happy to have good company, and gave the girls ASP teddy bears before posing for a photo! Thank you to Abby and Isabel, as well at their parents for being so kind to our troopers! #kindnessmatters
In this video Crossett Ark FD Ambulance was responding Code 3 on HWY 452 S in Monticello Ark on Wednesday May 31st 2017 at 7:00 a.m.
Around 7:33 p.m all Lincoln County Ark FD was paged out to a house fire on Roosevelt Rd. They was told children was trapped inside. Everyone is ok and the cause for the fire is unknown.
Around 6:55 p.m Dermott Ark FD was paged out to Halley Ark for a mobile home fire on HWY 159 In Arkansas City at Trip Junction. Mcgehee Fire Dept would like to thank all the Dermott Firefighters and Halley firefighters for responding to this call
It makes it so much easier with the working relationship we have
3 Fire Departments,
5 pieces of fire apparatuses,
1 ALS ambulance .
Thank You from McGehee Ark Fire Department