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2022 Incidents
Month Town Total
Jan 43
Feb 54
March 40
April 72
May 49
June 77
July 54
Aug 77
Sept 80
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total 546

2021 Incidents
Month Town Total
Jan 37
Feb 36
Mar 43
Apr 53
May 59
Jun 56
Jul 69
Aug 76
Sept 100
OCt 57
Nov 67
Dec 57
Total 710

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No Caption Annual Tree Lighting

J. Dumin, November 26

On Saturday, 11/26/22, the Town of Berlin held the Annual Tree Lighting, coordinated by the Town of Berlin Fire Department. This year, children were able to make snow globes before Santa arrived to light the tree. Santa arrived in a festively decorated fire truck and then used the ladder truck to reach the top of the tree to work his magic. Once the tree was lit, children and families were able ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lifestar Training

Chief Jonn Massirio, October 24

Tonight Lifestar was in town presenting on services provided by their flight staff, integration with fire department and EMS operations, and safe landing zone procedures.
Lifestar provides a highly skilled and equipped critical care flight option to first responders when time, or a elevated level of care is critical in providing a positive outcome for the patient. Lifestar operates 2 helicopters based ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Thomas Farr II, October 13

The Town of Berlin Fire Departments send our deepest condolences to the Bristol Police Department. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Bristol Police Department and the families of the fallen and injured officers.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Structure Fire and Multiple Accidents

Chief Jonn Massirio, September 26

The towns fire departments were kept busy on the evening of 9/25 responding to a house fire and two seperate motor vehicle accidents, all within a two hour span.
Mutual aid companies from neighboring Newington and Rocky Hill were called in to assist.

At 20:41 dispatch reported a possible chimney fire called in by the homeowner at 31 club drive. Car 21 arrived to find a light smoke condition inside. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Jonn Massirio, September 22

Early in the morning of 9/22 the town's fire companies were dispatched to multiple incidents.

At 00:44 dispatch reported an alarm at the CWPM transfer station located at 415 Christian Ln. The first arriving crew reported a working fire inside the transfer building and requested an upgraded assignment. Fire personnel worked to extinguish the fire with the assistance of heavy equipment from the facility. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Wethersfield Fire Chief Retires

Chief Jonn Massirio, September 19

Engines 8 and 7, along with apparatus from other Task Force 51 towns, were in Wethersfield on Monday participating in a apparatus parade for retiring fire chief Richard Bailey.
Chief Bailey started his career in Wethersfield December 21st, 1987 and served as Chief of the Department for the last 10 years. Chief Bailey retired September 19th after serving a total of 35 years.

The officers and members ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Jonn Massirio, September 18

Truck 9 and Tower 3 were on flag detail this morning for the 18th annual Peter Lavery Memorial Ride.
MPO Lavery was a Berlin resident and Newington police officer who died in the line of duty while responding to a domestic disturbance in 2004.
Members have gathered yearly in honor of his memory.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Stop and Shop Plaza Gas Leak

Chief Jonn Massirio, September 15

All 4 fire companies were dispatched to the Stop and Shop Plaza for a large, high pressure gas main that was struck by an excavation company.
Fire department personnel evacuated the plaza and the block was closed off until gas company employees were able to isolate and shut off the supply.
Local businesses were temporarily effected but have since reopened after being metered and deemed safe, and gas ... (Full Story & Photos)

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