Emergency Response Log
2022

JANUARY
Incident Count - 62

FEBRUARY
Incident Count - 65

MARCH
Incident Count - 47

APRIL
Incident Count - 69

MAY
Incident Count - 67

JUNE
Incident Count - 63

JULY
Incident Count - 95

AUGUST
Incident Count - 129

SEPTEMBER
Incident Count - 115

OCTOBER
Incident Count - 73

NOVEMBER
Incident Count - 69

DECEMBER
Incident Count - 81

2022
EMERGENCY CALLS
935
  • EMS - 583
  • FIRE - 100
  • MVA - 74
  • HAZMAT - 2
  • OTHER - 176
2021
EMERGENCY CALLS
946
  • EMS - 582
  • FIRE - 144
  • MVA - 48
  • HAZMAT - 3
  • OTHER - 169
2020
EMERGENCY CALLS
647
  • EMS - 434
  • FIRE - 79
  • MVA - 60
  • HAZMAT - 2
  • OTHER - 72

AUGUST 2022 - ALL-TIME RECORD MONTH!
By Rick OBrien, SPOFR PIO

South Pend Oreille Fire and Rescue just finished our all-time busiest month. In August we averaged more than four calls per day for a total of 129 calls. We were running more than one call at a time for 24% of those hours. This breaks down to 55% of the calls being Emergency Medical Services or Motor Vehicle Accidents and 19% for Fire calls. Chief Mike Nokes wants to express his sincere gratitude to all SPOFR volunteers and staff for handling this all-time record high call volume. In addition, as our volume increases, we are in need of additional EMTs. This is a great opportunity to save a life and give back to your community. Classes will be starting on Saturday, October 22. If you are interested please call us at 509-447-5305 or drop in at our Diamond Lake Station #31. The class registration deadline is October 20. We at South Pend Oreille Fire and Rescue would like to meet with you. No matter where you live in Pend Oreille County, we will put you in contact with your local fire district.