The Irmo Fire District was presented with stuffed toy donations by Sylvan Learning of Irmo. Sylvan Learning collected numerous toys and stuffed animals during a “Christmas in July” drive they hosted over the summer. The firemen give stuffed animals/toys to children as a means of comfort during traumatic situations. TheContinue Reading

Firefighters from E171 responded to reports of an entrapped kitten this afternoon. Upon arrival, the kitten was found to be wedged between the wheel well and the engine of a motor vehicle. Firefighters had to disassemble the wheel well to safely extricate the kitten. They have since named him Roscoe.Continue Reading

The Irmo Fire Department was glad to welcome multiple Girl Scout troops to our Headquarters Station this week. Each of these young ladies received a VIP tour of the station, learned about Engine 171 and its equipment, and had some Q&A time with our B Shift firefighters. Their favorite partContinue Reading

“Join us at Irmo Fire District Headquarters, 6017 St. Andrews Road, for a Community Blood Drive that benefits all!“ The Irmo Fire District has partnered with The Blood Connection and the Irmo Fire Foundation to assist with the ongoing blood shortage crisis. The Blood Connection will be offering a $10Continue Reading

“It’s the season of giving! This year, all three of Irmo Fire District’s Fire Stations will serve as drop-off locations for the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation! You may drop off new, unwrapped toy donations throughout the entire month of November to the following stations:  Headquarters Station- 6017 St. AndrewsContinue Reading

During the early hours of Friday, Nov. 5 an overturned 18 wheeler tanker truck carrying thousands of gallons of fuel blocked the roadway at the intersection of Nursery Road and Fork Avenue. Traffic had to be rerouted from the area and the clean-up took more than 15 hours to complete.Continue Reading

Irmo Fire Department responded to a water main break at the corner of Charing Cross Rd. and N. Royal Tower Rd. in Old Friarsgate subdivision on Monday, Aug. 30. The 4-inch pipe burst to cascade thousands of gallons of water down the street towards Broad River Rd. Columbia Water DepartmentContinue Reading