2014 Responses
Total Calls Mutual Aid
Jan 64 7
Feb 31 5
Mar 43 5
Apr 38 7
May 15 0
Jun 0 0
Jul 0 0
Aug 0 0
Sep 0 0
Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 191 24

Past Responses
2013 481
2012 466
2011 447
2010 630
2009 472
2008 523

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Hazardous Materials Team Responds into Richmond-Carolina

Lieutenant Phil Tretton, July 20

At 7:00 PM Sunday night the Hope Valley-Wyoming Haz-Mat team was dispatched to Carolina Nooseneck Rd in Richmond, to assist the Richmond-Carolina Fire District, and Hope Valley Ambulance in identifying a possible chemical mixture. Members of the Haz-Mat team suited up in protective gear and went down range with meters to try and identify the mixture. No hazardous materials were found but this incident ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ladder and Tanker Respond to Second Fire in Two Days

Lieutenant Phil Tretton, July 18

At 7:30 PM Friday night ladder 911 and tanker 916 were dispatched to Shannock Rd in Charlestown for a working fire. Hope Valley car 929 was first on scene and reported a fully involved shed fire. Firefighters from the Hope Valley-Wyoming Fire District stretched the second attack line and assisted in overhaul.... (Full Story & Photos)

HVWFD Responds into Charlestown for a Working Fire

Lieutenant Phil Tretton, July 16

At 12:30 PM Wednesday afternoon the Hope Valley-Woming Fire District was dispatched to Shumankanuc Hill Rd in Charlestown for a working structure fire. Engine 913 was the second due engine and assisted in stretching the first and second attack lines, ladder 911 provided manpower for ventilation and overhaul. Due to the aggressive interior attack the fire was contained quickly and prevented greater ... (Full Story & Photos)

HVWFD Responds to a Single Car MVA

Lieutenant Phil Tretton, June 24

At 1:10 AM Tuesday morning the Hope Valley-Wyoming Fire District was dispatched to Switch Rd. in the area of the high school for a reported MVA with entrapment. The exact location of the MVA was not known, till the police were able to track the callers phone using GPS. The car traveled several hundred yard though a turf field and approximately 150 feet into the woods. Firefighters had to carry extrication ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine 912 Responds into Richmond-Carolina

Member Phil Tretton, June 12

At 9:20 Thursday night an engine was dispatched out of Hope Valley to respond mutual aid into Richmond-Carolina's district for a car fire on Smallpox Trl. Police arrived on scene first and reported the car was fully engulfed. Hope Valley's engine was the first fire apparatus to arrive on scene and was able to extinguish the fire quickly. ... (Full Story & Photos)


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