Pahrump Fire was dispatched to a one vehicle accident with possible entrapment.
Crews completed a scene size-up/risk assessment and found no entrapment.
Crews transported one to the local hospital.
Crews were dispatched for a structure fire. They arrived to find a large gazebo on fire.
The fire was quickly controlled with no extension.
Engine 1 and Tower Ladder 1 set up at the front of the building. Crews found an advancing fire in the attic space.
Crews stretched supply and attack lines and quickly controlled the fire with no further extension.
Portions of the building were re-opened later the same day.
Pahrump Fire was dispatched for a commerical structure fire. Upon arrival, cres found smoke showing from the roof.
Pahrump Fire was dispatched for a two vehicle accident involving a car and a motorcycle.
Crews found both the auto and the motorcycle on fire with one fatality.
Crews quickly extinguished the fires and Medic 5 (PVFRS) transported one to Trauma.
Pahrump Rescue Engine 1, Medic 5 and Car-2 responded.
Pahrump Fire was dispatched for a structure fire extending to a mesquite grove.
Upon arrival, Engine 1 found a fully involved trailer used as a fixed-structure.
Crews quickly controlled the fire and ensured no further extension.
This was the first structure fire for Pahrump's recently received 2019 KME Predator Engine.
Pahrump Fire was dispatched for a structure fire with people trapped.
Within minutes, crews arrived to find a fully involved heavy timber structure previously used as stables.
The fire was discovered on the former Binion property. After entering the complex, Engine 2 found a second well-involved structure.
Crews laid a 5" supply line from the Ishani Ridge development and commenced a defensive/exterior attack with large lines and appliances.
Heavy fire conditions, heavy timber construction, and numerous exposures hampered firefighter efforts.
The second building continued to burn into the early morning hours.
Firefighters controlled the fire with no further extension.
The fire is suspect in nature and under investigation.
PVFR was dispatched on a mutual aid assignment into CA for a one vehicle rollover with injury.
Upon arrival, crews found the vehicle off of the roadway with significant damage and no entrapment.
Crews assessed, packaged, and transported the patient to the hospital without incident.
Pahrump Fire was dispatched for an unknown type of fire located well off of the closest roadway.
Command was established and Brush 2 was assigned to investigate.
Crews found two fully involved fifth wheel trailers used as fixed structures.
The fire was quickly controlled with no extension. The fire is suspect in nature and under investigation.
PVFR was dispatched for a vehicle fire. While responding, crews were notified of an RV park on fire.
Crews arrived and found heavy fire involving three trailers used as fixed structures with exposures.
Engine 1 had a 5" supply line from a nearby hydrant and commenced a Defensive Attack with Master Streams.
Crews quickly controlled the fire with no further extension to the exposures.
The investigation revealed an apparent accidental fire from use of a welder. There were no injuries.
Crews were dispatched for a structure fire.
Crews arrived to find fire showing from a one-story, 1.5 car, detached garage.
Crews quickly controlled the fire with no extension. There were no injuries.
Crews were dispatched for a two vehicle accident with unknown extent of injuries.
Crews arrived to find the accident with significant damage to both vehicles.
The investigation revealed no entrapment; however, one patient was flown to trauma and 3 others to the local hospital.
PVFRS was requested for a mutual aid assignment two vehicle accident.
While responding, crews were informed that the accident involved a p-up truck that struck a gravel truck from the rear.
The assignment was upgraded to a Rescue adding Fire Chief Lewis and Mercy Air 7.
The trapped occupant was extricated via a door removal and dash displacement.
Crews were initially dispatched for an unknown type fire. Upon arrival, they found a mixed-fuel brush fire.
The wind swept fire quickly extended the fire through mesquite and salt cedars.
Flame lengths approached 20'-30' in height.
Command was established along the East Flank.
Responding agencies included Pahrump Fire, NDF. BLM, and US Forest.
PVFR was dispatched for a structure fire in the homeless camp.
Crews arrived and found a fully-involved travel trailer used as a fixed-structure.
Crews quickly controlled the fire with no extension to other camps.
Crews overhauled the area and found all occupants accounted for.
Responding apparatus included Engine 1, Brush 2, Car-1 (Chief Lewis) and Medic 1.
Chief Lewis investigated.
Crews were dispatched for a two vehicle accident with two unconscious patients.
Upon arrival, crews found a head-on collision with significant damage and scondary impact with a light standard.
The second vehicle continued off of the roadway.
Responding apparatus included Car-2 (Chief Lewis), Heavy Rescue 1 and Medics 5,3, & 1
Mercy Air 21 landed at the scene and flew one patient to Trauma.
Arriving crews found a strong odor of smoke and an audible fire alarm from a second floor apartment.
They forced their way in and found an unattended cooking fire. The fire was quickly controlled and the apt ventilated.
Responding apparatus included Car-1 (Chief Lewis, IC), Engines 1,3 & 5, and Medic 1.
Upon arrival, crews found a fully involved truck with extension to a mesquite grove.
The mesquite grove fire was wind driven and further threatened other mixed fuel brush.
Crews quickly controlled the fire with no further extension.
Crews completed suppression and the investigation revealed that the vehicle was reported stolen earlier in the day.
Pahrump Fire Rescue was dispatched for a structure fire with an initial report of a working fire.
Crews arrived to find fire showing at the rear of a vacant three story dwelling, The fire was quickly extinguished.
Pahrump Fire Rescue responded to a vehicle fire on Hwy 95.
Crews arrived and found a mostly consumed passenger vehicle with no exposures.
The fire was quickly extinguished without incident.
The fire was visible for miles.
The fire was observed by the Fire Chief from Fire Station #1 before any 911 calls were received.
Upon arrival, crews found an approximate 1+ acre mixed fuel brush fire
The advancing fire was difficult to access as there were no roads in the area.
Brush 2 anchored at the heel of the fire while handcrews worked the flanks.
The fire was 100% contained within 40 minutes after arrival. Remnants of a homeless camp were found in the center.
Upon arrival, crews found fire showing with extension onto the front porch.
Crews commenced a quick knockdown before moving to an interior attack.
The fire self-vented in several areas,
The fire was placed "Under Control" approximately 20 minutes after arrival. One occupant was medically assessed.
Some of the responding apparatus.
The single vehicle accident occurred in the morning hours and was initially obscured from the street.
The scene size-up/risk assessment revealed no entrapment; however, the driver was transported to the hospital.
Crews responded to a three vehicle accident with unknown extent of injuries.
Despite minor injuries, no occupants were transported to the hospital.
Upon arrival, crews found a travel trailer fully involved with extension to a Conex container
Despite two venting propane tanks, the fire was quickly controlled.
Crews completing salvage while checking for extension.
Upon arrival, crews found the vacant trailer fully involved.
Responding apparatus included Engine 1, Tender 2, and the Fire Chief in Car 1.
Fire conditions on Division C.
Two vehicle accident with injuries. Two people were transported to the hospital.
The Nye County Sheriff's Office is investigating.
July 2, Motorcycle accident at Hafen Ranch Road near Indian Ranch Road
Car-1, Medic 1, and Engine 4 responded. Mercy Air 21 was added to the assignment
Mutual Aid Assignment: June 30, 2019, Fort Amargosa, Highway 95
Undated photo of Fort Amargosa store and gas staion on Highway 95
Motorcycle had caught fire following a collision with another vehicle.
Two Mercy Aid helicopters transported two critically injured persons from the scene.
Photo shows PVFRS resources committed to the incident.
Fire conditions upon arrival
Structure Fire: Dwelling under construction at 3806 E. Weld Street. June 26, 2016 at midnight.
Tower Ladder 1 in service at Division B.
Structure Fire: Dwelling under construction at 3806 E. Weld Street. June 26, 2016 at midnight
One acre, wind driven brush fire.
Brush 2 operating.
PVFRS Heavy Rescue 1 crew and Medics extricate the trapped driver.
View of scene and some of the responding apparatus
View of the fire as fire crews arrived.
Active fire at the rear of the residential property.
Once de-energized, fire crews extinguished the surrounding ground cover fire.
View of the damaged equipment.
Upon arrival, crews found fire showing through the roof and "B" side wall.
Views of the structure after the fire was extinguished.
View of Engine 1 and crew in service.
PVFRS Heavy Rescue 1 crew stabilized the vehicle and began extrication while Medics provided care.
Rescue crews accessed the patient by using hydraulic tools to remove the rear hatch.
View of some of the responding apparatus including Heavy Rescue 1 and Car 1.
Upon arrival, one story, double-wide manufactured dwelling.
Heavy fire throughout the dwelling with all occupants accounted for. One occupant was injured and transported to the hospital.
Venting propane within the structure hampered suppression efforts.
Division A/D corner
Fire under Control
Crews continue overhaul.
Blitz fire in service at the front of the house.
One vehicle roll over with one occupant ejected and fatally injured.
View shows some of the responding apparatus assigned to the call.
Upon arrival, crews found a fully involved vehicle fire next to a commercial structure.
The fire and resulting smoke condition were blowing toward the fuel island.
Engine 1 crew operating and protecting the exposures.
Fire under control, no extension to the exposures. Response apparatus shown.
Crews arrived to find heavy fire conditions at Division A.
The fire rapidly spread across the front of the double-wide, manufactured dwelling.
After a quick knock down, the fire was placed Under Control with no further extension.
Crews completing overhaul.
Upon arrival, crews found a fully involved passenger vehicle off of the roadway into a large debris pile.
Upon his arrival, Chief Lewis found the wind swept fire advancing further into the debris pile.
Engine 1 arrived and was assigned to Suppression Group with the Medic Unit and Tender supplied.
Engine 1 crew quickly controlled the fire with no further extension.