December 21, 2006 at 1341 the dispatch center took a call for a building fire across from 23 Ledge Road.
Hancock was dispatched as a first alarm and additional mutual aid units from Peterboro, Stoddard and Nelson were also started.
At 1346 14C3 requests a 2nd alarm and fire units from Bennington, Stoddard, Dublin, Harrisville, Greenfield, Antrim and MAC1 were sent to the fire scene. Jaffrey, Antrim, Francestown, Temple, New Ipswich, Marlow, and Hillsboro covered stations that had equipment at the fire. The American Red Cross was dispatched to scene for refreshments and care of the property owner. The fire was reported as under control at 1529.
All photos by George Brown.
Archive for December, 2006
Lempster Fire Department was called to a reported commercial garage fire on Route 10 in East Lempster on Monday, December 11 at 1506 hours. Lempster was assisted at the scene by units from Goshen, Marlow, Washington, Unity, and Newport. Washington covered the Lempster station, Claremont covered Unity and Newport covered the Goshen station.
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