Apartment Fire – 8/15/14

Written by Captain Plavcan. Posted in Fire

At approximately 6:00pm on Friday, August 15th fire companies 1, 4, and 5 were dispatched

to 106 River Road for the apartment fire. Upon arrival fire officers reported a working

apartment fire located on the bottom floor of the building. Crews from Engine 2 and

Ladder 47 arrived quickly and were able to knock down the main body of the fire. One

occupant was transported to the hospital by Echo Hose Ambulance. Squad 5, Engine

44, Engine 52, Car 3, Capt 101, LT 102, and Car 3 were also on scene.

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Motor Vehicle Accident Rollover

Written by Captain Plavcan. Posted in MVA

At 9:00pm companies 1 and 5 were dispatched to 198 Leavenworth Road (Mont’s Mart) for the motor vehicle

accident rollover into a fuel pump. Units arrived confirming a motor vehicle accident rollover with the occupant

still trapped inside the vehicle. Crews used Paratech struts to stabilize the vehicle and the Jaws of Life to cut open

the roof and remove the patient. All hazards were mitigated and the patient was transported to the hospital by

Shelton EMS.

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New Scott Air Packs have Arrived!

Written by Captain Plavcan. Posted in General

The Echo Hose Hook & Ladder along with the rest of the Shelton Fire Department received new Scott-75 air packs

with 45-minute bottles as part of a federal government grant. These new Scott air packs will replace our current

Drager air packs which only have 30 minute bottles. These air packs will allow our firefighters to perform

firefighting duties longer and have the ability to be more inter operable with neighboring fire departments.

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Latex Foam Fire – 6/26/14

Written by Captain Plavcan. Posted in General

On June 26th Company 1 members were dispatched to 510 River Road, Latex International for a

building fire. The blaze began in a large industrial drying machine, approximately 20 x 200 feet

in the buildings basement. The fire then spread through the duct work, through various conveyor

belts and extended through the ventilation system up to the roof.

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Mobile Home Fire – 6/17/14

Written by Captain Plavcan. Posted in Fire

Around 5:45am companies 1,4 and 5 were dispatched to the area of 5th Avenue in the Sunnyside

Mobile Home Park for a reported structure fire. Car 1 arrived confirming a well involved mobile

home with several other homes and propane tanks in danger. Engine 2 arrived and quickly was

able to knockdown the main body of fire while Engine 44 layed a supply line from the hydrant

and along with Engine 52 assisted with operations. No injuries were reported and the fire was

confined to the main home with minor damage to surrounding structures. Truck 9, Rescue 45,

Car 3 and Car 5 were also on-scene.

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