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  • Fire Department Seeking Bids in New Ladder Truck

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    Clinton Recorder
    Posted: December 24th, 2002

    The Clinton Volunteer Fire Department has begun the process of replacing the department's 28-year-old ladder truck with a new machine equipped with the sanctuary of longer ladders. Authorized to solicit bids on a new machine, the department estimates its cost at $820,000, with another $47,000 for equipment.


  • Fire Destroys Century Old Home In Hartford

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    Posted: December 23rd, 2002

    A mother and her teenage son are feeling lucky Monday after escaping a raging, early-morning fire. The fire destroyed their 100-year-old Hartford home.


  • House Fire Wreaks Extensive Damage

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    Shore Publishing, CT
    Posted: December 20th, 2002

    All three occupants including their pets were removed safely, however, one resident was taken to the hospital.


  • Board Upholds Chief's Picks for Biohazard Team

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    The Bridgeport Post
    Posted: December 16th, 2002

    MILFORD - In a defeat for a firefighter looking to join a new biohazard response force, fire commissioners have voted to uphold the fire chief's selection of city firefighters who work with the regional unit


  • Selectmen Looking To Fill Regional EMS Seat

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    Posted: December 12th, 2002

    DEEP RIVER -- The Board of Selectmen has put out a call to residents interested in serving as the town's representative on the Board of Directors of the Emergency Medical Services Council of South Central Connecticut


  • Clinton to Fight Fire With New Truck

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    New Haven Register
    Posted: December 11th, 2002

    CLINTON — When there’s a fire below it, the inviting expanse of a truss roof is not a safe for a firefighter


  • New Stratford Fire HQ Stymied

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    Connecticut Post
    Posted: December 11th, 2002

    STRATFORD - A proposal to issue $6 million in bonds to build a new Fire Department headquarters has fallen short.


  • Shelton Workers Flee Downtown Blaze

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    Connecticut Post
    Posted: December 11th, 2002

    Workers at Diversified Temporary Services were evacuated Tuesday afternoon when a fire broke out in the attic of their office.