SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Springfield Fire Department is out with its 2018 annual report and it was a busy year for firefighters and EMTs.
The report shows firefighters were out in the community educating children and installing free fire alarms as part of project Redzone but the stats that stand out the most are the amount of calls for service.
Crews responded to around 50 incidents a day totaling nearly 18,000 incidents for the year.
Anything ranging, from medical responses, vehicle accidents, flooding to large fires.
The fire chief says the department also made two major upgrades to their training facilities last year.