On Tuesday February 12th, Wyoming Fire–EMS responded to two incidents. The first occurred at 2:00 a.m. at a single-family residence on Harriet Street near Cooper Avenue in Lockland. Floor joists were found to be smoldering due to a wiring/electrical issue. The family of five was temporarily displaced and was assisted by the Red Cross. Responding units were on scene for approximately an hour and 45 minutes.

Later that evening, Wyoming units responded to the Gold Kist Distributers on Glendale-Milford at Chester Road along with crews from Woodlawn, Lockland, Springdale, Forest Park, Evendale, Lincoln Heights, and Reading. This building was formerly the Roadway Truck Terminal and now houses several businesses. The fire began about 5:45 p.m. apparently when workers using an acetylene torch caught foam insulation on fire. The fire spread between the walls and up to the roof.  Most of the crews remained on the scene past 9:00 p.m.