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1ST Responder Newspaper - NE

December, 2017

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CONNECTICUT

NORWALK FD

Norwalk Firefighters Handle Structure Fire Norwalk, CT - The Norwalk Fire Department responded to a fire in a commercial building at 108 Water Street at 5:55 P.M. on October 24th. Norwalk combined dispatch received a call reporting smoke coming from the roof of a building on the corner of Water Street and Hanford. Further calls confirmed the address as 108 Water Street, which is a Landan and Rondano Marine repair shop. The first Engine arrived within two minutes of being dispatched. They encountered heavy smoke coming from the front door of the business. Engine-5 stretched a hose line, made entry into the store and encountered heavy fire in an office area. The fire did not spread outside of this office due to the fact that all the doors were closed that led to the rest of the repair shop. The rest of the building did encounter heavy smoke from the fire

JUMP TO FILE #103017104 that dissipated quickly with ventilation. The business owner was on scene and confirmed that the building was unoccupied. Multiple boats were in close proximity to the building, but the fire was extinguished before it could extend to any of them. In total, 25 suppression personnel arrived on scene utilizing three engines, two trucks, a rescue, and command car, along with support personnel from the Fire Prevention Bureau who were on scene to determined the cause and origin of the fire. No injuries were reported and at this time, the cause of the fire is still under investigation. - CHRIS KING

BILL COFFEYCAKE

(L to R): Bill Halstead, Chris Doyle and Bill Davin.

Firefighter of the Year Award Presented in Fairfield County Sandy Hook, CT - At the annual meeting of the Fairfield County Chiefs, Chris "Deck Gun" Doyle was awarded with the honor of Firefighter of the Year. After careful consideration of several nominees, Chris was chosen for the award. Chris served the city of Greenwich for many years and retired as

JUMP TO FILE #110117104 a Deputy Fire Marshal. He also serves his current hometown of Monroe, CT by being a member and past Chief of Stepney Vol. Fire Company for approximately 30 years.

Chris was presented with the award from two of his friends, Sandy Hook Fire Chief Bill Halstead and Monroe Fire Marshal Bill Davin. - KARIN HALSTEAD

Vehicle News

NORWALK FD KEN SNYDER

This 2017 Mack/KME 1500/3500 was acquired by the Gardner Lake VFC in the Town of Salem, CT.

Profile for Belsito Communications Inc.

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