Lake Ozark Fire Says They Saw A Significant Increase In Service For 2020

Local News Monday, February 15th, 2021

The latest numbers are out for the Lake Ozark Fire Protection District following one of the busiest years for the entire Lake Region in recent history.

Fire Chief Mark Amsinger tells KRMS News they had 1,487 calls for service, 30 more calls than 2019.

He says they’ve also had an increase in building permits and dock inspection requests.

The district also added 3 new ambulances to the fleet, replacing a 20-year-old ambulance and moving 2 others into reserve service.

Amsinger also reports the district received $300,000 from the CARES ACT, which was used to purchase decontamination equipment, additional PPE and new cardiac monitors.

2020 Year-End Report

Local News Monday, February 15th, 2021

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