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Echo Hose Supports a Fellow Firefighter

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Members of the Echo Hose received an awesome message this morning from the nurses at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute!

 “Hello Echo Hose! Here is a picture of the leukemia nurses at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in Buffalo, NY wearing the t-shirts you sent us! Patient and fire fighter Dave Blank matches us with his shirt as well. Thank you all for the support and love. “

 

Echo Hose Updates its Fleet

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The Echo Hose took delivery of a brand new 2014 Pierce Velocity PUC Rescue truck this week. The new truck has several new features including a remote controlled deluge gun, light tower, wireless headsets, auto awning, quick-connect Hurst tools, and a 30 kilowatt generator. The new “Squad 1″ will replace Engine 4, a 1986 Pierce pumper, and Squad 5, a 1985 Ford Rescue. Members have begun training on the new truck and plan to have it in service by November.

20141018_144025_resized2014 Pierce Velocity Cab and Chassis, 24,000 pound TAK-4 Front Suspension, Alcoa Wheels, Hendrickson Air Ride Rear Suspension, Cummins 500HP ISX Engine, 26″ Front Bumper with 12,000 pound winch, Setcom 900 Series Wireless Intercom, 430amp Niehoff Alternator, PUC 1500 GPM Pump, 500 Gallon Poly Tank, Husky 3 Foam System, Whelen Pioneer Scene and Warning lights, 22-foot Custom Tandem Axle Rescue Body, Girard Auto Awning, 30 kilowatt Harrison MPC Generator, Wilburt NS 4.5 9000 Light Tower, Full compliment of Hurst extrication equipment, Full compliment of Paratech Rescue struts and air bags

Members Honored at Salute to CT’s Bravest Dinner

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Members of the Echo Hose were honored during the state-wide Exchange Club’s Salute to Connecticut’s Bravest event on October 16th at the Aquaturf in Plantsville. A contingent of 36 people attended from Shelton, including firefighters, friends, family, Mayor Mark Lauretti, and local Exchange Club members. In total, more than 600 people attended the ceremony. Echo Hose firefighters were honored for their roles in two fires that occurred on Howe Avenue in the month of January.

FFOY Dinner

Medal of Valor recipients: Captain Mike Plavcan, LT. Matthew Eckert, Firefighter Michael Neuendorf, Firefighter Douglas Petrie Medal of Gallantry recipients: Firefighter Michael Pellegrino, Firefighter William Tortora, Firefighter Jim Cavallaro, Firefighter Aaron Lugo                                                                                               Life Saving Award recipients: Driver/Operator Joe Clark, Firefighter Michael Meresko                                                       Distinguished Service Award recipients: Firefighter Chris Jones

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"We have been serving the City of Shelton for over 130 years!"

− Pride, Dedication, Courage

"Our members have and will put their lives on the line to save those in need."

− Going the extra mile
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