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    Default Call totals for 2003

    Well, now that 2003 has come and gone it's about time we heard how everyone's year went. How many calls did your stations do? My station did 6731(we just count the calls. we don't count for each truck going on the call). I was surprised, it didn't feel that busy. I must be getting used to it.
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    Haven't I seen or replied to this question somewhere else?

    Anyway, we finished the year with 711 runs. That compares with 578 in 2002, 509 in 2001 and 530 in 2000. So, things are certainly picking up in my district.

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    The Marlborough Fire Department ended 2003 with a total of 4,987 incidents. I haven't had the time to break them down to incident type (fire, EMS, MVA, hazmats, special calls) as of yet.

    We also did 1,312 fire inspections.
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    It will be right around 39,000 for the year- about 9600, give or take, fire related; the rest medical. Will edit when I hear the actual numbers.
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    Asking our Lt. in charge of run forms, he indicated that in 2003 we ran about 510 alarms. He is not done compiling the actual totals, so this figure may change. Last year we ran approximately 630 calls.
    We're down from the previous year, but have started strongly this year with 8 alarms in 5 days.
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    My department ran 7449 calls last year. My company ran 1,869 of them
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    Yes cozmosis theres a thread like this in the Junior/Explorer section.

    We ran 253 calls for the year 2003 which is up from 208 for the year of 2002.
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    Geneva ran around 2500 calls including Medical, Fires, and False Alarms.

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    We broke the 64,000 mark.

    My company ran about 6000.

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    The department total for 2003 was 3300 calls. My company ran 1045 calls during the year.

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    We ran a total of 1494 calls for the year 2003.

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    Fire for 2003 - 548

    EMS for 2003 - 1304

    Fire was down from 610 in 2002, but EMS runs are up 1181
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    My dept. ran 480 calls in 2003.
    An increase from 430 calls in 2002.
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    Total Callouts for 2003, 465.... all fire related, we don't run EMS.

    Of that the real jobs were:

    151 Were Confirmed Fires and/or Explosions
    19 MVA's
    24 Hazmat's (INCL, Natural Gas Leaks and Ruptures)

    The rest, all false alarms and good intent calls.

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    Default 2003 total runs

    Our department ended the year with 1267 run ( both medical and fire ). Our last run was at 11:56 on new year eve [ drunk driver hitting a pole about 3 ft in the air with no injuries ].
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    1 station with maximum of 5 people on duty per shift. City area only.

    Calls for 2003 = 1877. This is down 1.1 calls/day from last year but you have to consider the fact that we lost a huge amount of coverage area when the County took it from us.
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    Oakland Fire Department Stats:

    Total runs - 59,255
    Total Structure Fires - 1,862
    Busiest Engine - 23 Engine - 3,460 runs
    Busiest Truck - 6 Truck - 2,045 runs
    Busiest Chief - Batt Chief 2 - 1,035 runs
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    We ran 162 calls in 2003, which is down from the 185 we ran in 2002, and down from the 240 we ran in 2001 (notice a trend?). Only calls of notation were 2 shed fires, a car fire, and a chimney fire, no other fires (luckily?)

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    We ran 1,841 calls in the year 2003,about 400 were fire related (fires,alarms,MVA's) the rest were medical, 10 working structure fires and several mutual aids
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    Somewhere close to 1200 for us. It has been increasing exponetially each year, as we go mutual aid more and more often. I expect to see over 2000 by next year as we start our AMARS agreement in June and help out a department being put to the budget screws by the government and them seeing over 3000 in 2003.

    It will be a busy summer, that's for sure.

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    Here, Engine Four ALONE, ran 3,724. Our city runs fire, E.M.S.(BLS), Rescue, and HAZ-MAT.
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    City of Perrysburg calls for 2003:
    EMS - 1117
    Fire - 198

    Both down a little from last year.

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    Havent heard the exact number but we should break the 80k mark. Last year we ran somewhere in the neighborhood of 75,000.

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    195 down here in our world in Alabama. 113 of them were EMS and 2 workin fires in our first due and a couple of fires in our mutual aide areas and then some misc. calls. We normally average about 15 workin fires a year so this past year was very slow. Oh well we had our first worker for this year yesterday.
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    Cool 2003 run totals

    We ran approx. 8,020 here #'s maybe a little off we changed into a new CAD system in July

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