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Chimney fire

Captain Michael Deniger, January 06

Last evening, Ladder 911 was requested via automatic aid to the scene of a chimney fire on Punchbowl Trail in Carolina Fire District. The ladder reaponded with a full crew. The Fire was confined to the pipe and quickly put out. The new Ladder 911’s reach of 109’ came in very handy.
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Captain Michael Deniger, January 02

In the fire service, time is extremely important. The ability to quickly locate a fire hydrant and connect to it to a fire truck is critical. In winter, snow can bury fire hydrants making it extremely difficult to locate them for use. We are asking for your help to consider adopting a specific fire hydrant!

What responsibilities does adopting a fire hydrant entail?
Adopting a hydrant would entail ... (Full Story & Photos)

HVWFD assists Matthews Wish event

Captain Michael Deniger, December 08

Today , volunteers from Hope Valley Fire and responders from neighboring communities were proud to participate in a parade and delivery of toys for struggling families in the community in support of Matthews Wish. Thank you to all who supported Matthews Wish with donations of funds and/or toys at the drop off locations throughout town and to everyone who helped make the parade and delivery such a ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain Michael Deniger, December 07

Tonight, the hazmat team was requested by Carolina Fire Department and Richmond Police to the scene on Richmond Townhouse Road to assist in identifying unknown materials. Units are released from the scene and the incident is under investigation by Richmond Police. Great work by our volunteers. (As this is an active investigation we will not comment or speculate. All information requests are to be ... (Full Story & Photos)

HVWFD responds to rescue on walking trails

Captain Michael Deniger, December 06

HOPKINTON — More than 30 volunteers from four fire departments, working six at a time in rough terrain, joined in the rescue of a 230-pound man who had broken his ankle late Tuesday afternoon while on a hike about a mile from the Camp Yawgoog Road.

The volunteers came from the Hope Valley-Wyoming, Ashaway, Richmond-Carolina, and Voluntown departments.

"It was definitely a challenge. The terrain ... (Full Story & Photos)

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