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      What's New at IAFF 892

      Several members spent last week receiving their Confined Space Rescue Technician certification.  Training was provided by the IAFF.

      Upon arrival, NFD found a vehicle that had crashed into the rear yard of a residence after leaving the parking lot behind the Holy Trinity Church on Washington Street. One occupant was evaluated and transported.  The scene was secured.

      On August 3, around 4:15pm, a working fire was called at 57 Prospect St/234 Hickory St.  Due to the ballon frame construction and the heat/humidity, the fire went to 3 alarms.  Four firefighters were transported to the hospital and released.  Photo by Rob Ladd

      Around 18:15 on August 1, Engine 2 and Headquarters were dispatched to 90 Sixth Street for a possible structure fire.  A working fire was confirmed while units were responding.  E2 arrived and stretched a hand line to the top floor of the 2 1/2 story wood frame, single family house.  Additional units supplied water and performed a primary search, while Truck 1 vented the roof.  All occupants were out of the house and the fire was quickly contained.  The house required extensive overhaul.

      Photo by Sean Tyler

      Stonington Road fire, June 10 2020

      Photo Credit: Jeffery Hynds

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