Irmo Fire Department recently participated in Lexington County Fire Service’s Swift Water Rescue Certification Course, with three members achieving the level of Swift Water Technician. The intensive 5-day course equipped personnel with a range of skills essential for swift water rescues, including shore-based rope throws, boat-based rescues, and hands-on victimContinue Reading

The Irmo Fire District has welcomed four new Probationary Firefighters. They are PFFs Nedwick, Burkes, Paynor, and Paunovich. The firefighters were pinned after completing a two-week Recruit Academy with Irmo Fire District.Continue Reading

On July 31 members of the Irmo Fire District, Irmo Fire Foundation, and their families welcomed Pierce Engine 171 into service with a traditional push-in ceremony at the Childs Street Station. The ceremony was held solely for Irmo Fire personnel as E171 was fallen Firefighter J. Michael Muller’s Engine, butContinue Reading

Irmo Fire officials survey the damage at Minnie’s Auto Repair Shop on St. Andrews Rd. after a Ford F-150 crashed into the building at a high rate of speed. The crash happened around 6:15 pm on Monday, December 12 and the vehicle went straight through the building coming out onContinue Reading

The Irmo Fire District held their annual Awards Banquet/Ceremony last weekend, where it honored Firefighter of the Year, Nick Powell, as well as Rookie of the Year, Dylan Williams. Powell and Williams were recognized by the department for their outstanding dedication and performance to the Irmo Fire District.Continue Reading