Congratulations to Part time Dispatcher Anna Kercewich for 4 years of dedicated service to Fire Mutual Aid.
Congratulations to Lt. Kevin Kennedy for six years of dedicated service to Fire Mutual Aid. Kevin was first appointed a part time dispatcher on 8/1/2006. Kevin also worked full time from 1975 – 1979.
ON THIS DATE IN HISTORY – 17 years ago on May 7, 1996 – Aaron Pallet Fire on Rte 12 in Fitzwilliam. Second alarm with additional companies. 3 ladders operating.
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Congratulations to Radio Shop Tech/Manager Dale Paquin (MAR-1) for 17 years of dedicated service to Fire Mutual Aid.
Fire officials with the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation urge the public to consider postponing any open burning until Vermont has received a significant wetting rain. Any open burning requires a burn permit from the Town Forest Fire Warden and should be done with the mindset of having a controlled burn. There has been very little rain for almost 2 weeks which has significantly increased fire danger. This warm, dry stretch of weather is predicted to last until early next week and all sizes of wildland fuel will remain critically dry. Until the weather changes, weigh the timing and need of any open burning against the risk that a wildland fire poses to people and property.
April 30, 2013 20:44 Hours – Single Vehicle into Telephone Pole area of 40 Michigan Road in Jaffrey
Single occupant of vehicle No entrapment still in vehicle upon arrival of Fire Department
Transported to Silver Ranch Airport for Med Flight. Med Flight crew determined patient was stable so patient was ground transported to Monadnock Hospital in Peterborough NH
Accident under investigation by the Jaffrey Police Department
See attached courtesy photo from the Jaffrey Fire Department