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New Canaan Fire Department

60 Main Street
New Canaan, CT 06840
Station: Headquarters
( 203 ) 594-3140


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Multicar MVA brings traffic to a stand still
Saturday, June 25, 2016 
Engine 1 and Rescue 5 responded to Rt. 15 south between exits 37 and 36 for the multicar MVA. Upon arrival, crews found a 5 car MVA with heavy damage to 3 of the vehicles. All of the occupants were out of their cars and evaluated by EMS. 2 patients were transported for evaulation as FD waited for all the cars to be removed.

MVA Rollover on Rt. 15
Saturday, June 25, 2016 
Group 1 responded to a single car MVA on Rt. 15 between exits 37 &36. Upon arrival, crews found a single car MVA that had rolled over several times. The occupant had self extricated prior to the arrival of Engine 1 andf Rescue 5. The occupant was transported for evaluation by NCVAC.

Group 1 working a car fire
Saturday, June 25, 2016 
On June 17th, at around 02:30hrs, Group 1 responded to an MVA with one car on fire. Upon arrival, Engine1 found a vehicle heavily involved. Crews quickly knocked down the fire. The occupant was not injured in the crash.

Engine 1 and Rescue 5 take in a small pin job
Sunday, March 13, 2016 
On Saturday, March 12th, Engine 1 and Rescue 5 were alerted to an MVA with injuries on South Ave near Waveny Park. Upon arrival, units found a 2 car MVA, both vehicles sustained heavy damage. One vehicle required a door pop to extricate the female occupant. The operator was then transported to a local hospital for evaluation of non life threatening injuries.

NCFD runs mutual aide to Wilton
Monday, December 28, 2015 
At approx. 4:45pm on 12/27/15, NCFD's Engine 1 was requested to assist our Brothers in Wilton for a working house fire. Upon arrive of Engine 1, the Wilton FD had the bulk of the fire knocked down in a 2 story private dwelling. Crews had a difficult time getting to the seat of the fire to to the layout of the home. NCFD assisted with salvage and overhaul along with Wilton and Westport FD. No one was injured during the blaze and all firefighters returned to their respective stations safe and sound!

Santa makes a special stop!
Monday, December 14, 2015 
Ho, ho, ho!!! That's right, Ole St. Nicholas himself made a special stop at the New Canaan Winter Club with the NCFD! Santa took the ice with a large group of little hockey players to run some drills with the future stars!

Group 2 with a technical rescue
Thursday, December 3, 2015 
On Monday November 30th, members of the New Canaan Fire Department responded to an "EMS assist" call. Upon thier arrival, they were informed that a Firefighters utilized the ladder truck to assist the patient from a 2nd floor window via a stokes basked. Once the victim was removed, the patient was transported to the hospital with nonlife threatening injuries.

Happy Thanksgiving!!
Friday, November 27, 2015 
From our Family to yours, have a safe and happy Thanksgiving from the New Canaan Firefighters of Local 3224!!

Coldwater rescue training
Wednesday, November 25, 2015 
On November 25th, Group 1 of the NCFD conducted coldwater rescue training at the Kawanis Park. Crews went over victim removal, triangulation and throwbags. Good day of training!!!

Ash Can give away!!!
Thursday, November 19, 2015 
Safe Ash Disposal This fall, the New Canaan Fire Department is holding a free drawing for 3 metal ash disposal buckets, curtesy of New Canaan Firefighters and Weed and Duryea. Entry forms can be obtained at Weed and Duryea, at New Canaan Fire Headquarters or by sending your name and address to the New Canaan Firefighters at newcanaanfirefighters@hotmail.com (New Canaan residents only please). Five Days. That is how long an ember can remain active in fireplace ashes after the flames have gone out. Until then, if you must, ashes must be removed to a metal container with a tight lid for safe disposal. The container then must be removed to an outside area away from a structure or anything combustible. The region has already experienced its first fire, in Weston, caused by improper disposal of ashes. This happened when ashes from a charcoal grill placed outside, adjacent to the foundation of the home which ignited the homes siding. The good news is the fire was discovered before major damage could occur. Following is a list of safety tips for safe disposal of ashes: 1. Let’em wait! What’s the rush? It’s a fireplace/wood stove/grill. Fires actually burn better with a bed of ashes. 2. Be mindful that several of the past experiences with improper ash disposal have involved housekeepers or care takers being “helpful” and cleaning out the fireplace and then placing the ashes in the trash. 3. If you insist, use an approved metal container with a tight lid. These are available at Weed and Duryea and other home goods locations. 4. Also little known is the fact that if the improperly disposed of ashes don’t set your house on fire, they can ignite in the garbage truck which is a real quagmire as the truck must quickly dump the load, wherever they are, in the street! That is the true definition of a MESS! 5. And if they don’t erupt in the garbage truck, they can create quite a problem when they ignite at the Recycling Center/Transfer Station. 6. Make sure you have working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to safe guard against any fire or carbon monoxide situation. As you may recall the horrific Christmas morning fire in Stamford was caused by improper disposal of fireplace ashes. Please be safe for your family’s sake. For more information call 203-594-3140 or email us at newcanaanfirefighters@hotmail.com

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