Scottsbluff: Fire Incidents, Nebraska (NE)
Where are fire incidents reported in Scottsbluff, NE
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|Fire incidents reported|
2002 - 2018 National Fire Incident Reporting System (NFIRS) incidents
- Incident types reported to NFIRS in Scottsbluff, NE
- 6,00538.8%Rescue & EMS
- 5,61936.3%Hazardous Condition
- 9115.9%Good Intent Call
- 8795.7%Service Call
- 4232.7%False Alarm
- 220.1%Special Incident
- 180.1%Overpressure Rupture
- Fire incident types reported to NFIRS in Scottsbluff, NE
- 86453.8%Outside Fires
- 54934.2%Structure Fires
- 17210.7%Mobile Property/Vehicle Fires
Based on the data from the years 2002 - 2018 the average number of fire incidents per year is 94. The highest number of fires - 156 took place in 2012, and the least - 1 in 2006. The data has a decreasing trend.
The median response time based on all reported fire incidents is 5 minutes. This is lower compared to the state median value.
According to the reports from the years 2002 - 2018 the average number of fire-related yearly deaths is 0. The highest number of reported deaths - 1 took place in 2008, and the lowest - 0 in 2002. The data has a constant trend.
According to the reports from the years 2002 - 2018 the average number of fire-related casualties per year is 1. The highest number of reported injuries - 4 took place in 2002, and the lowest - 0 in 2005. The data has a declining trend. The average number of injuries per 1,000 fire incidents is 7. This indicator was the highest - 35 in 2002, and the lowest 0 in 2005. The trend for injuries per 1,000 incidents is decreasing. Compared to the state value the number of injuries per 1,000 fires is lower.
28.7% incidents where reported in the morning and 71.3% in the evening. The most fires (16.3%) took place on Saturday, and the least (12.4%) on Tuesday.
Based on the 1,605 fires from years 2002 - 2018 most fires (16.1%) took place during July, and the least (5.0%) in January.
Out of all 15,485 cases reported during the years 2002 - 2018, the most belonged to the categories: Rescue & EMS (38.8%), Hazardous Condition (36.3%), and Fire (10.4%).
When looking into fire subcategories, the most incidents belonged to: Outside Fires (53.8%), and Structure Fires (34.2%).