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Garage Destroyed, Truck Damaged In Fire

A garage was destroyed and a truck damaged in a fire Wednesday afternoon.
According to Trenton Fire Department Lt. Mike Moore, the garage was located at 401 E. Seventh St., and owned by Martin Little. When firefighters arrived, the detached garage was fully involved and a 1969 Ford F-110 pickup parked next to it was catching fire. Strong winds had caused the fire to spread rapidly and the garage was

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Firefighters Called To Former Hospital

Trenton firefighters were called to the former Wright Memorial Hospital building at 701 E. First St., Monday afternoon after combustible material ignited portions of the west wing.
According to information provided by the TFD, the fire and heavy smoke were coming from the west wing of the building, which is currently under demolition. Firefighters fought the blaze for about 30 minutes and were able to contain it to the west

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Second Annual Guns and Hoses Basketball Game Set

Trenton Police Chief Tommy Wright has issued a challenge to the Trenton Fire Department in what will be the second annual “Guns and Hoses” benefit basketball game between the police and fire departments.
The two departments will go head to head in a game scheduled for 6:30 p.m. on Friday, March 14 in the Trenton High School gymnasium.
Wright indicated that the firemen were formidable opponents last year as most

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Emergency Services 2-14-14

Trenton Fire Department
Feb. 10: firefighters went to a false alarm at 411 E. 24th Street.
Feb. 11: firefighters went to a front end loader fire at First Street and Johnson Drive and offered medical assistance at south and east residences.
Feb. 12: offered medical assistance at an east residence.
Feb. 13: did a carbon monoxide investigation at an east residence.
Trenton Police Department
Feb. 7: officers investigated a code

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Emergency Services Log Report 2-12-14

Trenton Fire Department
Feb. 11: firefighters were called to a grain storage facility at First and Johnson streets, owned by Hoffman and Reed, where the engine compartment of a front loader in the building had caught fire, causing significant damage to the piece of equipment, some damage to soybeans being stored in the building, but only minimal damage to the building. A passer-by had reported the blaze. Firefight-ers, who were

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Emergency Services Log Report 1-23-14

Trenton Fire Department
Jan. 21: firefighters responded to false alarms at Cross Hall on the campus of North Central Missouri College and at Dollar General.
Jan. 22: firefighters provided mutual aid to the Grundy County Rural Fire Protection District at a motor vehicle accident.

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Child Alerts Adults To Fire

A young child is being credited with alerting an adult to a fire that also saw two Trenton Fire Explorers take action to save the life of a cat caught in the blaze.
According to Trenton Firefighter Robert Romes-burg, the fire took place Sunday afternoon in a mobile camper at 2741 Lakeside Pl. The owner of the camper, Alan Palmer, said he was outside when he was informed by his

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Spickard Firefighters Staying Busy

Firefighters with Spickard Fire and Rescue have been very busy over the past few days, being called out three times.
Firefighters were called out to the Breaca Pemberton residence at 56 N.W. 125th St., on Monday morning. The fire was in the flue and resulted in only minor damage, as did a chimney fire Monday evening at the Keith Sharp residence at 206 Madison St., in Spickard.
A barn was

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Emergency Services 12-31-13

Trenton Fire Department
Dec. 27: Firemen were called to a dumpster fire at an east business.
Dec. 30: Firemen had a medical assist at an east residence.

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