Archive for October, 2014

DEATH ANNOUNCEMENT

Friday, October 31st, 2014

It is with deep regret that Fire Mutual Aid announce the passing of long time Board of Director Larry Daley from Peru Vt. Larry was also a long time member of the Peru Vt FD. He was very active as a Director and represented the Tri-Mountain area of our mutual aid system. Arrangements are pending and will be announced in the near future.

CONGRATULATIONS

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014

Congratulations to Dispatcher Kassie Dupre for 5 years of dedicated full time service to Fire Mutual Aid. She started part time 5/11/2009.

PRESS RELEASE FROM KEENE CITY HALL

Monday, October 20th, 2014

SUMMARY OF RESPONSE TO KEENE RIOTS/MCI ON OCTOBER 18, 2014

Monday, October 20th, 2014

A summary of the Fire and EMS departments who assisted in Keene on Saturday for the riots and level 2 MCI. The following were called in, once the level 2 MCI was declared.

Marl-Harris Ambulance 20A1
Troy Ambulance 34A1
Walpole Ambulance 35A1
Rescue Inc A2 and A5
Golden Cross Westminster 42A1
Fitzwilliam 10A1
Marlow Ambulance 21A1
Antrim Ambulance 2A1
Swanzey Fire 27C1, 27E2, 27L1
Marlborough NH Fire 20T1
Spofford Fire 29E1
Winchester Ambulance 40A1
Fire Mutual Aid MCI Trailer
DHART Helicopter

Side note – Jaffrey Ambulance was relocated to Troy Ambulance Station

Departments that were assigned to stations set up in Keene for the day were the following:
Diluzio Ambulance
Rescue Inc. Ambulance
Brattleboro Fire
Peterborough Fire
Westminster Fire
Putney Fire
Lempster Fire
Golden Cross Ambulance

All of this response is planned out carefully before the day even begins. When bad things happen, a well thought out plan works. Sadly, when people are having a bad day, our mutual aid system works and works very well. From the dispatch center personnel to all the personnel working in the field, it is a total team effort.

Our brothers and sisters that wear the police badge deserve a huge round of applause for their efforts. The police dispatchers, and a whole lot of people who work behind the scenes from the bus drivers to the Public Works employees and far too many other groups to name all came together to make a very bad situation go as smoothly as it possibly could.

We salute all of you! Stay safe out there!

MEMORIAL 5K WALK/RUN

Sunday, October 19th, 2014