Watch Hill Fire Department
Watch Hill Fire Department
2019 Incidents
Jan 3
Feb 6
Mar 2
Apr 2
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 13

Past Incidents
2018 169
2017 124
2016 128
2015 133
2014 112
2013 140
2012 144
2011 178

2019 Training Hours
Jan 0
Feb 0
Mar 0
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 0

Past Training Hours
2018 3553
2017 4063
2016 3635
2015 3841
2014 2699
2013 2591
2012 2265
2011 2379


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  • 04/20/2019: http://911txt.co/r/wd/163203/215 2019/04/20 11:01:54 215 WATCH HILL RD WESTERLY MEDICAL ASSIST HIGH BP
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New Squad 100 Highlighted in Local News

Chief Robert Peacock, April 21

The arrival of our new Squad 100 was recognized in the local newspaper this week. The link is below.

As noted in our previous posts, we sincerely appreciate the continued support of the Watch Hill residents and taxpayers for recognizing the value of providing their firefighters with the tools and equipment they need to provide the emergency services that the Watch Hill community expects and deserves. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Watch Hill Fire Places New Squad Truck In Service

Chief Robert Peacock, April 14

The new Watch Hill Fire Department rescue vehicle, designated as Squad 100, has been fully equipped and placed into service. The new Squad is a 2019 Chevrolet Silverado one ton pickup with a full crew cab. It replaces a 2006 GMC 3/4 ton pickup with a regular cab. The new squad carries an extensive collection of water and ice rescue equipment as well as hydraulic rescue tools for vehicle extrication. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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WHFD Rescue Boats are in Service for the Season

Captain Jane Perkins, April 07

Watch Hill Fire is pleased to announce that our rescue boats have been launched and are in service for the season. Watch Hill Firefighters are continuing to refine their skills with multiple on the water training exercises in preparation for the busy summer season.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Ask A Firefighter Series: Attracting Female Firefighters

Deputy Chief Jason Simmons, March 31

Read Captain Perkins' article about the history and importance of attracting and retaining female firefighters.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Watch Hill Fire Particpates in New England Small Town Fire Chiefs Seminar

Chief Robert Peacock, March 24

Four members of the Watch Hill Fire Department participated in the New England Small Town Fire Chiefs training seminar presented by the New England Volunteer Fire and EMS Coalition and hosted by the Rhode Island Southern Firefighters League. There were 51 participants representing 34 departments from throughout New England including 28 from Rhode Island, 15 from Connecticut, and 8 from Massachusetts. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firefighter/EMT Lisa Evans of West Newbury Fire in Massachusetts shares ideas for recruiting and retaining minorities in the fire service.
Firefighter/EMT Lisa Evans of West Newbury Fire in Massachusetts shares ideas for recruiting and retaining minorities in the fire service.

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