On January 5th, the Mocksville Fire Department along with the Davie County Rescue Squad, Davie County Fire Marshal's Offiice, and Davie EMS were called out to Buck Seaford Rd to assist Davie County Animal Services with a horse stuck in a frozen pond. When personnel arrived the horse was found a few feet off of the bank, but its lower legs were stuck under the ice. Members of the Davie County Rescue Squad and the Davie County Fire Marshal's Office were able to don dry suits and enter the water to free the horse's [...]
The week of October 23rd was a busy week for the Mocksville Fire Department. The department was lucky enough to access the old Davie County High School during demolition. Mocksville Fire Deparment and the school system teamed up to allow firefighters the use of two of buildings before they were demolished. This facility provided a great location for the firefighters to practice search drills, hose advancement, ladder techniques, and firefighter down drills. The department took full advantage of the grounds and were able to train for a total of 15 hours that week. [...]
On October 20th Assistant Fire Chief Lonnie Horne was inducted into the Davie County Firefighter Hall of Fame. Chief Horne has been serving the Mocksville Fire Department since 2005. Chief Horne has earned this due to his many years of service to our community. Mocksville Fire Department would like to honor and congratulate Chief Horne on this great accomplishment.
The Mocksville Fire Department is proud to announce that we have met the standards set forth by the NC Association of Rescue and Emergency Medical Services, Inc. to be recognized as a Light Rescue Provider, Confined Space Rescue Provider and Medical Responder Unit.