Category Archives: Incidents

Traffic Accident – Old Williamston Rd

On May 3, Whitefield firefighters responded to a single car accident on Old Williamston Rd. Firefighters found one victim pinned in the vehicle upon arrival, and used extrication equipment to free the driver from the vehicle. The patient was transported by Belton EMS to a local hospital.

Units responding: Rescue 22, Engine 22 and Brush 22

   
  

 

Structure Fire – Kirsch Dr

On January 17, Whitefield and Cheddar firefighters were dispatched to a structure fire on Kirsch Dr in Williamston. Upon arrival, firefighters worked to extinguish a fully involved 35 foot camper fire that was being used as a residence. No injuries were reported.

Responding units: Engine 22, Engine 22-1, Tanker 22, Engine 12, Engine 12-1, Tanker 12, Rescue 12, Medic 4-1

Traffic Accident – Welcome Rd

On August 4, Whitefield and West Pelzer firefighters assisted Piercetown Fire Department with a head-on collision on Welcome Rd near the intersection of Reidville Rd. Multiple injuries were reported in the crash, and several victims required extrication.  A landing zone was also secured for one patient to be flown to a nearby hospital.

Traffic Accident – US 29 North at Cromer Rd

On August 2, Whitefield firefighters responded to a traffic accident on US 29 North at Cromer Rd across the highway from the scene of a wreck earlier this week. Six victims were assessed on scene for injuries. Firefighters assisted Medshore Ambulance Service with victim assessments and provided traffic control while awaiting the arrival of the SC Highway Patrol.

Responding units: Rescue 22, Engine 22-1

  

   
 

Traffic Accident – US 29 North @ Old Williamston Road

On August 2, Whitefield firefighters responded to a head-on traffic accident at the intersection of US 29 North and Old Williamston Rd. Three victims were transported to local hospitals for assessment of their injuries.  US 29 North was closed for over an hour while emergency responders worked the scene and awaited the arrival of the SC Highway Patrol.

Responding units: Rescue 22, Tanker 22, Brush 22