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Miss Junior Teen New England 2007-2008, Melissa Hoffman, joins Turn of River Firefighters at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center on Maple Sugar Sunday. TRFD Firefighters had just performed an ice-water rescue demonstration within the Museum’s lake. Click on the picture to see a larger image.
TRFD unveils our brand new 2007 HME Heavy Duty Rescue! Meet Rescue #66! This highly anticipated rig has now been officially delivered to Turn of River FD. It is now in service as a first due heavy rescue out of Station One on Turn of River Rd. Rescue #66 responds to all reports of motor vehicle accidents involving injuries, building collapse, and other emergency rescue situations. Keep an eye out for us and remember: Always pull over to the right for activated lights and sirens. Please allow us to get there safely so we can get you to safety!
This is Engine #64! This rig is now in service as the first due apparatus out of Station One on Turn of River Rd. With E64 we are keeping with the black over red paint scheme and it looks sharp! This machine carries a 1000 gallon tank and plenty of top notch equipment. Expect to see this engine out on a roadway near you as it responds to emergencies throughout the Turn of River Fire District.
Structure Fire, 35 Arnold Drive. TRFD’s Engine #63, Engine #61, Tanker #68, Truck#67, along with Belltown FD’s Truck #45, Long Ridge Fire Co.’s Tanker #78, Engine #72, Noroton Heights FD Tanker #22, along with Engine #5 and Engine #7 from the Stamford Fire and Rescue Department battled a difficult basement fire in a recently remodeled home which had already spread to the front and roof of the home prior to our arrival on scene. Click on the picture for further information!
TRFD’s Engine #62 and Rescue #66 respond to a motor vehicle accident involving a report of a vehicle into a pond in the vicinity of the intersection of Den Road and Doolittle Road. Upon arrival E62 ascertained the vehicle was not in a pond, however, the occupant could not be immediately located. Click on the picture for more details!
TRFD Contact info:
EMERGENCY: Dial 911
Routine Business: (203) 322-0943
Fire Marshal Services: (203) 322-2555 Ext. 1
TRFD Fax Line: (203) 322-8367
Turn of River Fire Department, Inc.
268 Turn of River Road
Stamford, CT 06905
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