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2019 Incidents
Month Co. #3 Town
Jan 49 65
Total 49 65

2018 Incidents
Month Co. #3 Town
Jan 42 59
Feb 33 44
Mar 35 52
Apr 43 56
May 38 52
June 35 47
July 36 55
Aug 35 50
Sept. 68 69
Oct. 50 62
Nov. 43 51
Total 458 597

2019 Top 10 Responders
RANK MEMBER # of Responses
1 Sturgeon 34
2 Kureczka 32
3 Adamczuk 31
4 Papa 28
5 Temple 27
6 Alicea 26
7 Bryers 25
8 Sargis 24
9 Cop 23
10 Simons 22
As of: 1/31/19




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No Caption Single Car MVA

J. Dumin, May 18

At 16:31 Company 3 was dispatched to a single car mva, car into telephone pole, at 257 Woodlawn Rd. Upon arrival Car 31 assumed command and found the car had snapped the pole. All occupants were already out of the vehicle and being evaluated by Hunters Ambulance. Engine 8 arrived on scene and its crew made the vehicle safe. Engine 8 was returned to service while Car 31 waited on scene for a crew ... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA - Chamberlain Highway

J. Dumin, May 05

At 12:11 am, South Kensington Fire (Company 4) was dispatched to a head on mva in front of 1077 Chamberlain Highway. Car 45 arrived on scene and reported two vehicles with heavy front end damage and 3 occupants, 2 requiring extrication. East Berlin Fire (Comapny 1) and Berlin Fire (Company 3) were added to the assignment. All occupants were removed from the vehicles and transported by Hunters Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Advanced extrication training

Captain Christopher Sargis, April 28

Today members from companies 1,2, and 3 participated in an advanced extrication training class. Evolutions consisted of scenarios that are above and beyond our run of the mill call. These evolutions gave our members some insight into the capabilities of our equipment, amount of manpower needed to complete an evolution, and any additional resources that might be needed should we run into something ... (Full Story & Photos)

National Telecommunicator week

Captain Christopher Sargis, April 14

Every emergency call begins with our tele-communicators (dispatchers). They are the voice on the other end of the phone when you have an emergency. They juggle many tasks from working with all emergency services in addition to numerous 911 calls at once, often times for the same incident. Today marks the start of national tele-communicators week. Beginning with our own dispatchers at the police department ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Happy Birthday Hunter!

J. Dumin, April 13

Today, members of the BVFD hosted a birthday party for Hunter Messina Jr. This party was donated by the fire department as part of the auction at the Ryan Lee Golf Dinner this past year. What started out as a rainy day turned to a beautiful, sunny day. The children were served pizza and cupcakes. In addition there were a variety of activities including a bounce house, face painter and various ... (Full Story & Photos)


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