Sunday, June 9, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on Purvis Road.
Monday, June 10, six units and eight personnel responded to a motor vehicle crash, involving a golf cart roll over with injuries on Highway O and Millstone Lodge Road.
Monday, June 10, two units and four personnel responded to a medical emergency on Highway TT.
Monday, June 10, three units and five personnel responded to an odor investigation involving a natural gas leak on Highway 135 and Black Elk Lane; it was unfounded.
Tuesday, June 11, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on White Side Lane.
Tuesday, June 11, one unit and three personnel responded to a medical emergency on Alyssa Road.
Wednesday, June 12, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on Ottersway Road.
Friday, June 14, three units and five personnel responded to a medical emergency on Island View Road.
Friday, June 14, three units and nine personnel responded to a medical emergency on Island View Road; transport by air ambulance.
Friday, June 14, two units and four personnel responded to a medical emergency on Highway 5.
Saturday, June 15, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on Highway O.
Saturday, June 15, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on Ginger Road.
Saturday, June 15, one unit and two personnel responded to a service call and lift assist on Highway 5.
Saturday, June 15, eight units and eleven personnel responded along with Missouri Highway Patrol, marine division with three officers, two ambulances from Lake West Ambulance, one ambulance from Mercy, one ambulance from Mid-Mo Ambulance District canceled prior to arrival, and Rocky Mount Fire Boat requested and canceled prior to arrival, to a boat explosion and five occupants with injuries on Highway O at the Millstone Marina. Five people were transported; four by ambulances and one by air.
Saturday, June 15, one unit and two personnel responded to a medical emergency on Red Hollow Road.
Saturday, June 15, three units and five personnel responded to a medical emergency, on Sheldon Point.
In other business, Gravois Firefighters completed a Vehicle Rescue Class with classroom instruction on the evening of June 13 and practical skills during the day on June 14 and 15.