Haleyville Fire Department

Man loses everything in house fire


Firefighters battle the blaze and check for hot spots. The fire consumed the residence.
BEAR CREEK - The Alabama Fire Marshal is scheduled this week to begin an investigation into the cause of a fire that destroyed the home where a Bear Creek man had been living, resulting in the loss of all of his possessions.

New model fire truck approved by Haleyville Council


Acting Fire Chief Terrell Baccus, seated front, talks to the council about the need for a fire truck at the council meeting. Also shown are Haleyville firefighters Doug Brakefield, Craig Thomas and David Eckl, sales rep for Emergency Equipment Professionals.
HALEYVILLE - A long overdue upgrade for the Haleyville Fire Department came Tuesday night, Jan. 21, when the Haleyville City Council approved the purchase of a...

Haleyville man charged with arson after apartment fire


Yellow crime tape remains around the apartment structure during an ongoing investigation into the fire.
HALEYVILLE  - An early morning blaze at an apartment building at 802 6th Avenue in Haleyville has resulted in arson charges against a Haleyville man after fire officials entered the lower level of the structure to find a chair fire had spread, endangering the second floor.

Mobile home fire in Pebble

PEBBLE - A mobile home was consumed by fire Friday, Sept. 13, on County Road 3437 in the Pebble community.  Haleyville, Pebble and Ashridge Fire Departments responded to the scene, along with the Winston County Sheriff's Office.  More details as they become available.

Vacant structure fires keep area firefighters busy


A firefighter climbs the ladder of the Haleyville ladder truck preparing to spray water downward on the flaming building.
HALEYVILLE - The largest fire in Haleyville in recent history - bringing the most response since the 2011 Bama Textile fire nine years ago this month - resulted in 10 fire departments facing the long, grueling task of battling a blaze Sept. 8...

2nd vacant structure burns within 24 hours


Firefighters brave intense daytime temperatures to fight the second fire at a vacant structure within 24 hours.
HALEYVILLE - Less than 24 hours after at least 10 fire department responded to a massive blaze consuming the vacant building once used as Boshell Chiropractic Clinic and Reece Realty on Highway 13, firemen were dispatched to another vacant structure, finding it engulfed in flames Monday, Sept. 9.