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…LIGHT SNOW POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING… Cold rain will likely change to a period of light snow this afternoon into the early evening. A light dusting up to a half an inch of snow could accumulate as snow is falling, but will likely melt once precipitation ends late this afternoon into the evening. Several reports of light accumulations have already occurred

…LIGHT SNOW POSSIBLE THIS AFTERNOON AND EARLY EVENING… Cold rain will likely change to a period of light snow this afternoon into the early evening. A light dusting up to a half an inch of snow could accumulate as snow is falling, but will likely melt once precipitation ends late this afternoon into the evening. Several reports of light accumulations have already occurred

On Thursday, 12/20/18, Captain Scott Dannheimer, after working the scene of a structure fire, was in the seat of an engine performing after action duties when he collapsed.  CPR was immediately performed, and Dannheimer was transported to the hospital where he passed away a short time later.  The nature and cause of the fatal injury have not yet been reported.  Captain Dannheimer was a member of the Coal Township Fire Department/East End Fire Company, Station 120.

Thank you to all the citizens in the St. Matthews and Lyndon area that dropped of new toys at one of our fire stations.  Thanks to the donations of our caring neighbors, many children across the Louisville Metro area will have a slightly better Christmas this year.

Thank You!

Assistant Chief Dennis Straight was directing traffic at an accident scene on the on-ramp to Highway 5 from the northbound lane of Highway 521 when he was struck by a vehicle. Life-saving efforts were administered on scene and Straight was then transported to Springs Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

Incident Location: On-ramp to Highway 5 from the northbound lane of Highway 521, Lancaster, SC (U.S. National Grid: 17S NU 17689 54692 (DD: 34.834, -80.806))

On 11/21/18, Firefighter Michael Galay responded to smoke and a fire alarm activation at an office building. He returned from the incident and proceeded to assist several firefighters at Station 1 with the arrival of a new engine company. Galay then went home, where, on the morning of 11/22/18 at approximately 0645hrs, his wife attempted to wake him and found him unresponsive. CPR was administered and Galay was transported to the hospital where he died a short time later.  The nature and cause of fatal injury are still to be reported.

St Matthews Fire & Rescue

Station 1
240 Sears Ave
Louisville, KY 40207
502-893-7825

Station 2
4400 Brownsboro Rd

Louisville, KY 40207
502-895-2340

Station 3
8126 New LaGrange Rd

Louisville, KY 40222
502-425-7474

Station 4
8414 Westport Rd

Louisville, KY 40242
502-425-1566

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