Lexington Fire Department Lexington Firefighters Dispatched To Texas For Water Rescues By Karyn Czar • Aug 30, 2017 Josh James 18-members of the Lexington Fire Department have hit the road and are heading to College Station which is about 95 miles out of Houston. They’ll be assisting first responders there. Lexington Fire Department Holds Structural Collapse Rescue Training By Chase Cavanaugh • Nov 5, 2015 Chase Cavanaugh Firefighters from across Kentucky are in Lexington this week for specialized structural collapse training. Lexington Fire Dept. Study Unveiled At Council Work Session By Chase Cavanaugh • Oct 13, 2015 LFUCG A study on Lexington fire stations was made public at an Urban County Council work session Tuesday. Lexington Fire Dept. Among First In Kentucky Testing New Device By Josh James • Apr 6, 2015 innovativetraumacare.com The Lexington Fire Department is one of only two departments in the state testing out a new piece of EMS equipment designed to control severe bleeding in seconds. Lexington Fire Department Names Junior Chief By Chase Cavanaugh • Sep 30, 2014 Chase Cavanaugh Students, teachers, and firefighters gathered at Clays Mill Elementary School Tuesday morning to name this year’s Junior Fire Chief. Lexington Firefighter Terminated After Arrest By Associated Press • Sep 22, 2014 A Lexington firefighter who was charged with driving under the influence and leaving the scene of an accident has been fired. Lexington Firefighter Charged After Hit-And-Run By Associated Press • Sep 20, 2014 A Lexington firefighter has been placed on administrative leave after being arrested on charges of DUI and leaving the scene of an accident. Lexington Fire Dept. Welcomes New Engines, Equipment By Josh James • Sep 11, 2014 Josh James / WUKY The Lexington Fire Department unveiled what the city is calling an “unprecedented investment” in new fire trucks and medical vehicles Thursday. Kennel Club Donates Small Animal Equipment to Lexington Fire Department By Brenna Angel • Apr 3, 2013 LEXINGTON, Ky. - Lexington firefighters will soon learn how to help some unique patients suffering from smoke inhalation or other trauma.