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This profile was last updated on 3/2/14  and contains information from public web pages.

Denell Lee Boyd

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Cobb Fire Spokeswoman


Employment History

  • Spokesman
    Cobb County Fire Department
  • Public Information Officer
    Cobb County Fire Department
  • Fire Spokeswoman
  • Firefighter
  • Fire Spokeswoman
    Cobb County
  • Firefighter
    Cobb County
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No one was injured in the ..., 2 Mar 2014 [cached]
No one was injured in the blaze, said Denell Boyd, the public information officer for Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services. But fire damage to three apartments and water damage in two more means the residents will be aided by Red Cross and not be able to stay in their homes.
Boyd said the fire may have been started by a grill. A resident called the fire in.
"It was pretty bad," Boyd said. "Any time you get on the scene and flames are showing, you know it's a pretty big fire."
The dog was rescued after the fire was under control, Boyd said.
Cobb County Fire Department spokesman ..., 1 Feb 2014 [cached]
Cobb County Fire Department spokesman Denell Boyd said the 14-year-old may have been trying to help push her family's disabled vehicle on an icy road when she was hit by a car that was unable to stop.
Cobb Fire spokeswoman Denell ..., 30 Dec 2013 [cached]
Cobb Fire spokeswoman Denell Boyd said it did not take long to put out the house fire, but about 10 Cobb Fire vehicles with 22 responders remained at the scene because of a strong chemical smell.
At the time, Boyd said she could not confirm the house was a meth lab, "but it all points to looking that way."
Denell Lee Boyd of the ..., 22 Dec 2013 [cached]
Denell Lee Boyd of the Cobb County Fire Department told the Marietta Daily Journal ( ) two houses in the western region of the county were struck by lightning early Sunday morning.
Boyd says lightning hit the front door of a home around 8 a.m. and caused a small fire that had been extinguished by the time emergency responders arrived on the scene.
Boyd said minutes after the first fire, authorities responded to another blaze in an attic that was liked to a second lightning strike.
MARIETTA - Two west Cobb homes ... [cached]
MARIETTA - Two west Cobb homes were thought to have been hit by lightning Sunday morning, causing minor damage, said Denell Lee Boyd, a spokesman for the Cobb County Fire Department.
At about 8 a.m., lightning hit a hole in the front door at of a home on Benbrooke Lane in Acworth, and started a small fire, which was out by the time the fire department arrived, Boyd said. Firefighters covered the hole with a tarp. No injuries were reported, but Boyd said the family was evacuated when firefighters arrived.
Just a few minutes later, at 8:16 a.m., the fire officials were called to Fernstone Drive in Acworth after lightning struck a house and generated smoke in the attic, Boyd said. The family was evacuated, and there was some damage to the home, but Boyd could not elaborate Sunday.
No injuries were reported, he added.
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