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2023 Incidents
Month CO. 3 Town
Jan 10 37
Feb 38 58
March 30 42
April 43 74
May 33 51
June 37 59
July 43 61
Aug 58 82
Sept 55 88
Oct 37 65
Nov 20 48
Dec

2022 Incidents
Month Co. 3 Town
Jan 31 43
Feb 31 53
Mar 28 40
April 54 72
May 36 49
June 57 77
July 34 54
Aug 58 77
Sept 62 80
Oct 36 60
Nov 33 57
Dec 35 63
Total 495 725

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On behalf of the Town of Berlin Fire Departments, we want to say thank you to all our Dispatchers that service the community every day during this National Telecommunicator Week, April 14th-20th

Berlin Volunteer Fire Department, April 15

They are the heroes behind the headset and radio. Your hard work will never go unnoticed.

Thank you for keeping all the first responders safe.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Berlin Upbeat Fundraiser

Chief Jonn Massirio, April 14

Recently Berlin Upbeat students visited the firehouse to deliver care baskets for the Town's Four Fire Departments.
Students raised money which was used to purchase card games and stuffed animals.
Stuffed animals are commonly used to help comfort children at incidents such as vehicle accidents.
Card games will be put to good use by members of the department. It is common practice for responders to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Companies on scene of a strange odor in the home on Deerfield Dr.

Berlin Volunteer Fire Department, April 12

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No Caption The Berlin Fire Department wishes all a safe and happy Eid al-Fitr!

Berlin Volunteer Fire Department, April 09

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April 6, 2024 by Chief Massero The American Lung Association "Fight for Air" stair climb was held today in Hartford

Berlin Volunteer Fire Department, April 07

The annual fundraiser aimed to combat lung disease and cancer involves the public and first responders completing 677 steps up 34 floors, many first responders competing in full protective equipment.

Berlin Fire Department's Firefighter Michael Adamczuk, his son Philip, and Kensington Fire Department cadets Cassidy Kemp and Peyton Miller participated as part of the Task Force 51 group this year ... (Full Story & Photos)

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