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Official Twitter account of the Nashville Fire Department, serving the residents and visitors of Nashville, TN.
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Nashville Fire Dept 3h
The fire at 109 29th Avenue is contained. There are no injuries to report. This building is under construction. The fire marshal’s office is on scene investigating the cause. Our crews got here fast and made a good stop.
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Nashville Fire Dept 15h
My week on Twitter 🎉: 7 Mentions, 1.07M Mention Reach, 90 Likes, 13 Retweets, 25.9K Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Nashville Fire Dept 16h
Our biggest fans this week: gwoman9810, wrenn_scott. Thank you! via
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Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance 23h
Proud to share the news that the grant-funded "Get Alarmed, Tennessee!" has been renewed for another year! Since the program’s inception, 279 people have been alerted by working smoke alarms installed through “Get Alarmed.” Details:
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 14
My week on Twitter 🎉: 5 Mentions, 163K Mention Reach, 81 Likes, 31 Retweets, 1.26M Retweet Reach. See yours with
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 14
Our biggest fans this week: Titans, WSMV, WKRN. Thank you! via
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Chattanooga Police Nov 14
TAKE YOUR KEYS/FOB: Nearly HALF the vehicles reported stolen in the month of October had keys/fob somewhere in the vehicle. Please don't make it this easy for criminals to take your car.
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 14
Replying to @NashvilleEOC
There will be a heated waiting area with shuttles back and forth to Harding Place. There is NO direct access to the overflow shelter. The capacity at the Metro overflow shelter is 150 people. There has been sufficient capacity all night at Nashville Rescue Mission.
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 14
Metro will open an overflow shelter at 7 pm Thursday to 7 am Friday. The location is a vacant DCSO dormitory at 5131 Harding Place. To access the shelter, people need to come to a staging area at The Salvation Army Center of Hope, at 631 Dickerson Pike starting at 7 pm.
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 12
Do not use a stovetop or oven to heat your home via
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 12
Replying to @NashvilleEOC
This is separate from the overflow shelters that are activated in accordance with the Cold Weather Response Plan.
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 12
We will have our ESUs out doing cold patrols tonight. Our volunteers will go to areas where we know homeless people gather. We will offer blankets donated by and will connect them to resources if needed. We do this when temperatures are 23 degrees or lower.
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Mayor John Cooper Nov 12
The work of our first responders is paramount to the growth and prosperity of Nashville. Through this partnership, we are better positioned to protect the citizens and visitors of our city when we face serious incidents.
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 12
Tuesday Morning and announced an historic partnership between the Nashville Fire Department, and TN Army Guard.
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 12
Replying to @NashvilleEOC
To access the shelter, people need to come to a staging area at The Salvation Army Center of Hope, at 631 Dickerson Pike. There will be a heated waiting area with shuttles back and forth to Harding Place. There is NO direct access to the overflow shelter.
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Nashville EOC/OEM Nov 12
Temperatures will be below 28 degrees Fahrenheit tonight (11/12) and Metro will open an OVERFLOW shelter at 7 pm Tuesday to 7 am Wednesday. The location is a vacant DCSO dormitory at 5131 Harding Place.
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Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Nov 12
Staying warm *and* safe today? We hope so! Always turn off portable heaters when leaving a room or going to bed.
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 12
Replying to @NashvilleFD
The helicopter, along with other equipment from various agencies, will serve as a static display and visual aid to HART operations and presents no danger to the public.
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 12
PUBLIC NOTICE: As part of the Helicopter Aquatic Rescue Team (HART) announcement today at Nissan Stadium, a UH-60 Blackhawk Helicopter from the Tennessee Army National Guard will land in the vicinity of parking lot “N” at approximately 9:30 a.m. CST.
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Nashville Fire Dept Nov 11
Thank you for taking care of them!
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