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Columbia Police Department
800 Westover Drive
Columbia , Tennessee 38401
United States

Company Description: The Columbia Police Department was officially established by a Mayor/Alderman form of government on June 13, 1883. This police department was made up of a Town...   more

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City of Columbia, Tennessee, 8 Jan 2015 [cached]
E-mail :Fire Chief Lee Bergeron
Fire Chief Lee Bergeron
Lee Bergeron Fire Chief
MIS Department
(931) 560-1550
KnoxNews: State [cached]
Assistant Fire Chief Lee Bergeron said at least 25 residents were being treated at hospitals for burns and smoke inhalation.
Bergeron said the fire appeared to have started in a second-floor corner room, which was filled with smoke when firefighters arrived.He said a task force of state and local authorities would try to determine the cause of the fire.
Asked about the absence of sprinklers, Bergeron said, "It definitely would have made a difference" in saving people's lives.
The evacuated residents were taken to a terrace outside and to a hospital directly across the street.
Colder weather also creates more ..., 5 Jan 2015 [cached]
Colder weather also creates more opportunities for fires, Columbia Fire Chief Lee Bergeron said.
"Make sure that you have working smoke alarms on every level of your home and inside and outside sleeping areas," he said. "We are more concerned that they can get out, if they have a fire."
The Columbia Fire Department will install smoke alarms in homes for free. For more information, call (931) 560-1700.
Residents should avoid using unapproved heating systems to warm homes, including ovens, Bergeron said. Flammable materials also should be kept away from heating devices.
Homes that use natural gas, propane or butane heaters are encouraged to have a working carbon monoxide detectors, Bergeron said.
"We lose too many people from house fires in the winter, but we also have a large number of people that we lose from carbon monoxide poisoning," he said.
Residents should leave faucets dripping and open cabinet doors under the sink to avoid freezing pipes, Bergeron said. If freezing occurs, do not use flames to thaw pipes.
"Firefighters aren't plumbers, but we know the end result. If pipes freeze, people have a tendency to use unsafe practices because they need the water," Bergeron said.
The fire started about 1 a.m., ..., 13 Sept 2007 [cached]
The fire started about 1 a.m., and the bar suffered only light damage, said Lee Bergeron, assistant chief for the Nashville Fire Department.
City of Columbia, Tennessee, 8 Jan 2015 [cached]
Lee Bergeron Fire Chief
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