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Mon. Feb 1st 2016
Vehicle Accident

At 9:53 a.m. on 2/1/2016, Milton Fire & Rescue responded to the report of a tractor trailer accident on Highway 625 on Pe...

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Sun. Jan 31st 2016
Vehicle Accident

Dispatched to the report of a vehicle vs tree. 8501 arrived on scene and found a Ford Ranger truck off the roadway into a tre...

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Tue. Jan 12th 2016
Structure Fire

At 4:52 this morning Milton and Bedford Fire Departments responded to the a structure fire on Stark Ln in Bedford. Crews work...

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Sun. Jan 31st 2016
Vehicle Accident

At 10:44 p.m. on 1-31-2016, Milton Fire & Rescue responded to the report of a single vehicle accident on Milton Hill. Fir...

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Thu. Jan 28th 2016
Vehicle Accident

At 7:20 a.m. on 1/28/2016, Shannon Raines of Milton was headed South on Highway 421 near the intersection of Highway 1492 whe...

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Tue. Jan 12th 2016
Home Fire Safety

We are starting to see more structure fires in the area including 2 in Trimble County this month. Here are some statistics on...

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Milton Fire and Rescue
P.O. Box 256
Milton Kentucky 40045
Non-Emergency: 502-268-3016
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