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    Default Total Run #'s for Calendar year 2003

    It's now the year 2004, meaning that our run totals reset back to 0 (Zero)

    What was your departments total # of call's during 2003? If we get no more runs by midnight, my dept will have responded to 192 calls.

    What is the difference between your call totals for 2002 and 2003?
    2002: 180
    2003: 192
    Difference= +12
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    2003:390
    2004:381, so 9 more
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    Cant reply to this right now never know what could happen. i'll post next year
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    We ran 2,214 calls or so, not exactly sure. Last year we only ran 1,999 calls, which equals a gain of 215 calls this year. With new development and businesses coming to town, I wouldn't be suprised if we ran more in 2004. Also, we're supposed to start on station 2 sometime soon, to lighten the load at station 1 a little bit.
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    2002 Total - 1,701
    2003 Total- 1,841

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    2002- 208
    2003- 253
    Difference of 45 calls, we are a rural department with only about 4 square miles we cover. Id say 2004 will give us more calls maybe up to 300!
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    Call #1 for 2004, dispatched at 1:10 AM, gunshot wound. Something tells me this year is gonna be LOVELY!!! Yes kids, this is called sarcasm.
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    2002 We ran 277
    2003 We ran 273

    4 less calls this year than last however in 2002 We had a couple of bad storms that gave us 22 calls one weekend and another that gave us 15 calls.

    With that said we were busier with the stuff we like to do insread of sitting or investigating downed wires. When I get my year end numbers scrunched down I will let you know how this actually breaks out. You know get rid of the wild weather stuff.

    Take care all and stay safe in 2004

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    470 calls for 2003, up from 400 for 2002, and 383 for 2001. Haven't had a call yet today to start off the year yet, but its coming.
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    In 2003 Geneva ran a little more than 2400 calls including medical, rescue, false alarms, and structre fires. We ran roughly 10 or so structre fires.

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    Please tell me you weren't happy to see those 10 properties destroyed? Just inquiring because of the you had on there.
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    2002:1192 runs
    2003:1210 runs

    23 more runs this past year.

    we run on every thing (med., pia's, false alarms, fires, rescue, etc.)

    hope everyone has a safe 2004.
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    Talking no medicals

    we ran about 1200 calls none of which were medicals...if we did we would easily have 2000 a year. id say about 10 structures... thats for u WFDjr1 lol i was on the outside anyways casue im just a lonely junior changing airpacks and such...my day will come




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    Default Re: no medicals

    Originally posted by E7T1Stick
    we ran about 1200 calls none of which were medicals...if we did we would easily have 2000 a year. id say about 10 structures... thats for u WFDjr1 lol i was on the outside anyways casue im just a lonely junior changing airpacks and such...my day will come lol




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    2003-625
    2002-617
    2001-565

    plus 8 for 2003
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    Hey Stick Just a Question? If you ran 1200 calls with no medical and only 10 structure fires. What was the majority of the 1190 calls you ran.
    Just curious.

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    we ran so many activated alarms car fires water calls mutual aids u name it just not medicals...

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    Our city is growing by leaps & bounds... and, all of a sudden, our run numbers are reflecting that.

    2003: 711
    2002: 578
    2001: 509
    2000: 530

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    I was right on the original post about our numbers last year we had 36 power lines down compared to only 10 this year. Our numbers were about the same. We did run more medical calls this year however.


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    Originally posted by WFDjr1
    Please tell me you weren't happy to see those 10 properties destroyed? Just inquiring because of the you had on there.
    No not at all!!! It is just that we havn't had this many structre fires in our own town in one year since the early 1990's. Thats what this ---> is all about.

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    MIS usually comes out with figures end of January/beginning of February... will get 2003 figures for everyone when it comes out

    The truck I ride usually averages around 3000 calls a year, and we're one of the top ten busiest units in the county (Miami-Dade). Last year I believe we were #6 or #7. The territory is the busiest in the county in terms of seperate alarms.

    Our busiest Rescue runs about 4,000 calls a year... our slowest runs about 200 (if even!). Very, very diverse county.
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    2003-576
    2002-405

    a really big difference

    First call- Motor Vehicle Crash, Boro of Westville. Minor
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    For Engine Company Four in the year 2003, they ran 3,724 calls ALONE. I am trying to find the city-wide numbers, when I do I will post them.
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    we had a whole 28 calls. here's the break down:
    structure fires:6
    Brush fires:10
    First Responders:10
    MVA's:2
    started 2004 with our first call tuesday night with a first responder and yesterday morning with first responders.
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    My volunteer department did 239 calls this year, 2 shy of our all-time record.

    And we did it with two of our biggest recreational sites (a ski hill and a rodeo grounds), responsible for usually 60 calls between them, closed for the year.

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