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2015 Arson Investigation Statistics
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Fire Prevention Week 2016 theme announced
NFPA has officially announced “Don't Wait: Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years” as the theme for Fire Prevention Week, October 9-15, 2016. The focus on smoke alarm replacement comes as the result of a recent survey conducted by NFPA, which showed that many people don't know how old their smoke alarms are or how often they need to be replaced.
Minneapolis Fire adds NARCAN to treat overdose patients
The Fire Department added Narcan to its complement of medical services provided in Minneapolis. The drug can reverse an overdose from heroin and other opioid-based drugs and medications. In the first week, the Fire Department’s medical response teams saved seven lives with it. The Fire Department administers a vaporized version of the treatment nasally. The cost of the drug treatments and a portion of the training costs are being reimbursed by the Minnesota Metropolitan Emergency Services Board.
Fire Station 14
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Fire Station 14
2002 Lowry Ave. N.
Minneapolis, MN 55412
In an emergency Call 911 – Do not call the fire station directly.
Other Contact Information
Minneapolis Fire Department
City Hall, 350 S 5th St., Room 233
Minneapolis, MN 55415
General Information: (612) 673-2890
Fire Department Fax: (612) 673-2828
Fire Department TTY: (612) 673-2157
Originally opened as Station I located at 2023 North 4th Street in 1887 with Chemical 4. Engine and Hose 14 was added in 1888. On January 12, 1891 the department was reorganized and Station O became Station 14. New Station 14 was relocated in 1949 to 1704 33rd Avenue North then to its present location at 2002 Lowry Avenue North in 2006. The old site at 1704 33rd Avenue North is now home to EMS Central.
- Chemical 4 in service 1887, moved to Station 4 in 1902
- Hose 14 and Engine 14 in service 1888
- Ladder 10 in service from Station 25 in 1940
- Combination 14 replaces Engine 14 and Ladder 10 in 1941
- Engine 14 and Ladder 10 replace Combination 14 in 1960
Last updated Jul 28, 2015