Thursday, April 12, 2007


The new website is up and running. For now its just calls i already have just alot more pictures.

if your typing it in remember the dash!

Saturday, March 24, 2007

Stonington House Fire

Stonington, CT – On the afternoon of March 24, 2007 firefighters from the Old Mystic and Wequetequock Fire Department responded to Pequot Trail for a report of a house fire. First arriving units from Old Mystic transmitted a first alarm for fire throughout a one and a half story wood frame. An aggressive interior attack was called off due to instability of the second floor and a numerous mutual aid tanks were called because of water supply issues. The fire was controlled in over two hours.
During overhaul of the building there was a partial collapse which trapped one firefighter. Rescue crews shored the collapse area and extricated the trapped firefighter who was transported with non life threatening injuries.

Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Bridgeport 445 Connecticut Avenue

Just after midnight on March 7, 2007 Bridgeport firefighters were called to fight a blaze at 445 Connecticut Avenue. On arrival units found heavy fire on the second floor of a two and a half story wood frame with extension to the neighboring building on the exposure 4 side. Firefighters used master streams to douse the main building involved while aggressively attacking the fire that spread to the second floor and attic of the exposure. The fire was contained to the involved building and the second floor and attic of the exposure 4 building.

Bronx All Hands Box 75-3398

This all hands fire was late March 6, 2007. Division 7 used all hands for a fire on the third floor of a five story H type. Engine 48 and Ladder 56 were first due also responding was ladder 37 and 33 as FAST Engines 79, 75 and 88 initial reports were of fire out the window with people trapped.

Monday, March 05, 2007

Niantic 2nd Alarm

Niantic, CT – Firefighters from East Lyme and Waterford were called to fight a fire in Niantic section of East Lyme early Monday morning March 5, 2007. A newspaper deliverer noticed the fire and called 911 reporting someone out the window. Arriving companies found a working fire and a homeowner trapped on the roof over the front porch. The fire quickly spread throughout the structure and adjacent house with burning embers falling throughout the neighborhood. Waterford firefighters were called to check surrounding homes for fire from the embers then put to work assisting firefighters from Niantic and Flanders. Mohegan Tribal Fire Department FAST team, additional Waterford Firefighters covering the empty East Lyme stations and Lawrence and Memorial Hospital Paramedics also provided assistance.

Sunday, February 25, 2007

East Lyme House Fire 2/25/07

The Niantic and Flanders Fire Departments responded to Clark Street for a report of fire in a private dwelling. First arriving units from Niantic Fire found heavy fire in the first floor breezeway of a two and a half story wood frame between the house and garage with extension to both. Searches were negative and the fire was brought under control in about an hour. The Mohegan Tribal Fire Department FAST team and East Lyme Fire Marshals Office also responded the fire. The cause of the blasé is under investigation.

Waterford Chimney Fire 2/23/07

Oswegatchie and Jordan responding to a chimney on Konomac Ave. Units found activing fire in the chimney with no extension to the house. Extinguishment was difficult due the construction of the chimney and extremly heavy buildup in the chimney. I was working on the roof with PJ so i got this picture as i was taking up.

Sunday, January 14, 2007

1/14/07 New London 2nd Alarm

Battalion 3 transmitted a second alarm for 203 Broad Street for fire in a occupied multiple dwelling. An extra truck from Waterford was special called as were other Waterford units to cover New London's stations. Sub Base Fire Department operated as the FAST team.

Obviously BC 3 Knew which truck company to call from Waterford... The Only one

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Providence 12/19/06

Providence fire responded to a roll over December 9, 2006 the accident happened on Pettys Ave. between Hartford Ave. and Killingly St. no one was injured and a code yellow was called by the first due units.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

FDNY - 12/4/06

Box 2139 Fulton Ave. between 175 St. and Cross Bronx Express for a carbon monoxide detector activation on the second floor. Ladder 27 transmitted a 10-35 code 1. E46 and L27 operated breifly.

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Waterford MVA 11/23/06

At 0118 Hours Thanksgiving Day Waterford Fire Engine Co. 1 responed to a report of vehicle into a pole with injuries in the area of Rt. 156 and Gardners Wood Road. First arriving units found a pickup truck that struck a utility pole. The pole was snapped about 10 feet off the ground with the top portion leaning almost horizontal. The driver of the truck wasnt injured, refused medical treat and was placed under arrest for drunk driving.

Saturday, November 18, 2006

FDNY 11/18/06

FDNY Bronx - All Hands, Harrison Ave. & Kingsland Pl. Engine 43 Ladder 59 first due to a kitchen fire. Engines 43, 75 and 46 Ladders 59, 33 and 27 as FAST operated. Battalion 19 and Divison 7 also.

Providence Oct 2006

Providence Fire at a roll over back in October 2006.

Thursday, November 09, 2006


FDNY Pictures from the past years

The spare rescue acting as Rescue 1 returning to quarters.

Engine 65 responding to an EMS box.