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Armor Tuff Flooring
Apparatus For Sale
Choice Clean Gear
EJ Boughton Co.
Choice Marketing Fabco Power
Fail Safe Hose Testing
Firehouse Expo Firematic
Fire Plates N’ More Five Star Fire
Flash Fire Industries
Foremost Medical Equip. Greenwood Emergency Holdsworth Group
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LI Mega Show
Mid Atlantic Rescue
NE Chiefs Show
Minuteman Fire & Rescue New England Fire Equip
New England Marine
Professional Vehicle Corp.
Quinsigamond College Shaker Auto Group
Spotted Dog Technologies Sprint
Task Force Tips The Fire Store
Translite, LLC. Veinlite TurboDraft
Utility Communications Waterway
WEH Technologies Inc.
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Third alarm in Burlington’s Old North End On Friday, April 8, 2016 at approximately 8:26 p.m., the Burlington Fire Department received multiple 911 calls for a report of a fire at 8 Haswell Street. Engine Co. 2 arrived three minutes after dispatch and reported heavy fire at the rear of a two story residential structure, transmitting a second alarm on arrival. DC Brown arrived moments later and requested a third alarm due to the very close proximity of adjacent buildings. The main body of fire was knocked down and the incident controlled within two hours of the call. Extensive overhaul efforts were required due to the balloon-frame construction and renovations of the building.
Firefighters respond to abandoned car on fire near sandpits
On April 30, 2016 at approximately 6:15 a.m., Highgate Fire Department and Missisquoi Valley Rescue responded for an abandoned car on fire off Airport Road in Highgate near the sandpits. MVR was canceled. There was no one in or around the car. The car had been burning awhile before firefighters were called. The cause of the fire is under investigation.