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I welcome you to my blog site; I hope to show you the fire service in NLC in some interesting events. During the next few years, I will improve on the content and photos to keep you coming back for more. I take pride in my photography and try my best to be first in when possible. The majority of the photos will be from the Norwich companies & surrounding area departments, but sometimes I Buff out of state cities for a change of pace.



As of late I have missed or worked a lot of the incidents. I have a great support group of Photographers to help the site keep up with all the incidents. There are too many to list, So thanks for your support. Thanks for visiting and enjoy .RD Ladd



As of May 2015, my site has had 300000 hits thanks for viewing. If you keep coming I will keep posting. First time visitors for older post click on the month links right side.



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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Moosup Ct 2nd Alarm 06-22-16

Around 02:45 QV dispatched Moosup and M/A for a house fire. First due found a large dwelling fully involved with extension to the exposures. The PD found a occupant in the rear that needed medical aid. Command requested  2nd alarm. During the incident the primary dwelling collapsed, the two exposures where heavily damaged.
 The fire is under investigation.



 

Monday, June 20, 2016

Lisbon W/F 06-20-16

Lisbon Fire was dispatched to Bundy Hill Rd for a smoke investigation, On arrival they found a active fire at 210 Bundy Hill RD lot 47 a mobile home. A working fire was declared and M/A was stated from Taftville w/Yantic for FAST. Crews has the fire knocked down in a few minutes.




 

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Southington 3rd Alarm 06-15-16

Around 6pm, Southington Fire operated at this vacant commercial building at 315 Main St,  for several hours.
 No injuries reported