The SUV was fully engulfed by the time dispatchers summoned firefighters to the scene.
A multi-car pileup on Interstate 30 Wednesday morning has eastbound and westbound traffic clogged from Arkadelphia to Glen Rose.
By The Arkadelphian An Arkadelphia stormwater project is causing a drain on the city’s coffers. City directors on Tuesday will consider a change order to what was originally a $557,000 drainage project […]
While it is still safe to drink, the Fire Department recommends turning off automatic ice makers while fire hydrants are being flushed. The department also recommends waiting to wash light-colored clothing to avoid the possibility of discoloration.
What started as a single but gnarly accident Saturday morning on Interstate 30 led to a chain reaction of car wrecks that left traffic on the highway stalled for 3.5 hours.
At about 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 23, firefighters were summoned to a vacant brick home after a caller on the 1700 block of Walnut Street phoned 911 to report seeing smoke coming from the residence.
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The DeGray Fire Department was first summoned to the area at 1:10 p.m. Monday, followed by the Arkadelphia, Gum Springs, Hollywood, Amity and Alpine fire departments and the Arkansas Forestry Commission.
In 2021 your fire departments from across Clark County responded to 1,764 incidents.
If approved, it will take roughly 17 months to build the $957,272 fire engine and loose equipment such as hoses, pikes and extraction equipment. The purchase would not affect the 2022 budget.