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Denell Lee Boyd

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Firefighter III and PIO

Phone: (770) ***-****  HQ Phone
Email: d***@***.org
Local Address:  Atlanta , Georgia , United States
Cobb County Chamber of Commerce
1792 County Services Pkwy
Marietta , Georgia 30008
United States


Employment History

  • Fire Spokeswoman
    Cobb County Chamber of Commerce
  • Public Information Officer
    Cobb County Fire Department
  • Spokeswoman
    Cobb County Fire Department
  • Fire Spokeswoman
  • Firefighter
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No one was hurt in the ..., 25 May 2012 [cached]
No one was hurt in the fire, but there were about 20 employees and several patients inside when it started, said Cobb County Fire spokeswoman Denell Boyd.
An employee said she saw two men climb the stairs to the third floor of the building around 10 a.m. and then quickly descend before a fire started on that floor.
News | Austell News, 1 Sept 2014 [cached]
According to Denell Boyd with the Cobb County Fire Department, none of the injuries were life-threatening. She says most of the kids in the van were not wearing seat belts, including one that should have been in a car seat.
Boyd said she did not have word on where the group was from or where they were going.
Denell Boyd, the public ..., 30 Jan 2014 [cached]
Denell Boyd, the public information officer for the Cobb County Fire Department, says two teenage girls were helping their grandmother push a car steered by their mother.
"The grandmother had the little boy's ..., 4 April 2010 [cached]
"The grandmother had the little boy's hand, but somehow they got separated," Denell Boyd, spokeswoman for the Cobb County fire department, told the AJC Friday night. "The little boy was screaming 'grandma! grandma!' and she couldn't go back and get him."
Neighbors said the fire appeared to have started in the front of the home, located in the 5600 block of Graceland Court not far from the Douglas County line, and spread quickly Boyd said.
One of the first responders to the scene said she could feel heat from the fire burning her arm as soon she got of the truck, Boyd said. The home was fully engulfed when firefighters arrived and is a total loss, she said.
Heat from the blaze melted the vinyl siding on a neighboring home, and firefighters also had to fight a grass fire, Boyd said.
The cause of the fire has not yet been determined, Boyd said. Firefighters were still on scene shortly after 9 p.m. and will be checking the location throughout the night for any lingering hot spots.
Many of the firefighters on the scene were emotional after learning the child had perished, Boyd said."They feel like they could've done more,"
The Red Cross is assisting with the family's immediate needs, Boyd said.
MARIETTA - Cobb County Fire & ... [cached]
MARIETTA - Cobb County Fire & Emergency Services is expected to add three new engine trucks to its fleet within the next week, Cobb Fire spokeswoman Denell Boyd said.
"Obviously, you can spread over more area," Boyd said. "You're not confined to one spot."
Boyd said the county's fire engines typically are used full-time for 12 years and for 5 years in reserve.
Early next year, the county will add two ladder trucks, purchased from Sutphen of Amlin, Ohio. The trucks, which cost $1.1 million each, will replace trucks at Station 22, 4700 Austell Road in Austell, and Station 4, 1901 Cumberland Parkway.
"The ladder trucks are used at the big fires, the apartment fires, because they have to reach up high," Boyd said.
Ladder trucks have a slightly longer lifespan than engines, with 15 years on the front lines and five years in reserve, Boyd said.
The Cobb Board of Commissioners approved the truck purchases at its Feb. 14 meeting.
Boyd said the county was able to save money by buying several trucks at once.
"I'm glad to see that the county does consider budget as if it was money coming out of your own pocket," she said. Copyright 2012 The Marietta Daily Journal. All rights reserved. Share This Article | similar stories
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