The Ohio State Highway Patrol responded to a one car rollover accident Monday afternoon.
It happened shortly before 3:00 p.m. just east of Chandlersville at the intersection of 146 west and Watson Road. According to the highway patrol, a man in his early 60s was heading east on 146 when he veered off the right side of the road and struck a culvert. That impact caused his Toyota RAV4 to roll onto the passenger side and land upright on the opposite side of Watson Road.
A family in New Concord is chased from their home after a fire break out,
Three people who rent the home at 212 West Main Street got out safely Wednesday night. The New Concord Fire Department said they got the call around 10:30 p.m.
"We got there and there was significant fire on the first floor, crews made entry extinguished the fire and ensured that no one else was in the home," said Captain, Matthew Hamsher of the New Concord Fire Department.
Each month Genisis Hospital honors one EMS or Fire Department with the fastest response time to a heart attack, with an award ceremony called a STEMI, which stands for SegmenT Elevation Myocardial Infarction.
Early January 62-year-old Gary Norris was traveling on U.S. Route 40 when he began experiencing severe chest pains. He pulled over to the side of the road and notified his daughter who called 911. New Concord Fire Department and Paramedics responded on the scene.
Muskingum County Firefighters said a final goodbye to one of their own today. Rick Hunt, a 31 year Veteran lost his battle with cancer this week.
Hunt was a firefighter, fire investigator and EMS for for many local fire departments in Ohio. A salute and formal procession was held in his honor. Med Flight also carried out a fly over to pay respect. Lieutenant of the New Concord Fire Department, Matt Wood, first met Hunt 8 years ago during his time volunteering for the department....
Every year, a select few fire service members, across the state of Ohio, are honored for their outstanding accomplishments in firefighting.
The individuals recognized by the Ohio Fire Service Hall of Fame, received Ohio's highest firefighting honors. For 2013, The Instructor of the Year was New Concord Fire Chief, Brent Gates, who was humbled by the award.
"I can honestly say, that in the state of Ohio, there is an extreme amount of very good fire instructors out there, or...
A fire engulfed a home late Saturday night completely destroying the structure.
New Concord Fire Department was first on the scene and say that they received a call from a witness who noticed smoke coming from the home on the 10000 Block of Coshocton Road. They arrived at approximately 9:30 p.m. and firefighters say no one was injured and that the family was on vacation in Virginia Beach at the time of the blaze.
One of the oldest homes in New Concord erupted in fire around noon Monday. It happened at 68 West Main Street.
New Concord Assistant Fire Chief Troy Cole says no one was hurt in the blaze and only one person was home. Crews from New Concord, Cassell Station, Perry Township and Falls Township, responded to the fire and took about 10 minutes to get it contained. The cause remains under investigation, but fire investigators say it appears to have started on the first floor.
Friends and Family gathered to say goodbye to a former Fire Chief in New Concord on Friday.
Richard King Cole, Sr. passed away Monday at OSU Medical Center in Columbus after a battle with cancer. The former Fire Chief served in the Ohio National Guard, and was also a former town council member and Boy Scout leader. Current New Concord Fire Chief, Brent Gates, talked about the tradition of firefighting that runs in the Cole family, and what It meant for the Fire Department to...