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LATEST NEWS

2018-07-15

Structure fire

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Structure fire

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Vehicle fire

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Structure fire

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Fire alarm

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Traffic control

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Proudly serving America's County since 1893.

Home fires can start and spread quickly but a bit of planning can save the lives of your family.

  • Make sure children are able to hear the sound of a smoke alarm, and know how to respond.

  • Teach children two ways out of every room in your home.

  • Practice your home fire escape plan with your children.

  • Teach them how to get out of the home in case you are not able to assist them.

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National Night Out

August 14, 2018

Somerset Fire Department invites you to attend the Somerset Night Out on Tuesday, Aug. 14 at 6:00 p.m. at the West Union Street Playground. There will be a display of fire trucks, and firefighters will be on hand to answer your questions about fire safety or becoming a volunteer firefighter.

The Somerset Fire Department is currently seeking new members to help serve our community. Responding to almost 400 calls for service per year is a demanding job and WE NEED YOUR HELP! To learn how you can serve your community call 445.4343 for more information. Volunteer Today

No experience necessary!

Great benefits including...

  • FREE Training
  • Great life EXPERIENCE
  • Be a part of a TEAM
  • FREE annual physical
  • Lifelong CAMARADERIE
  • FREE fitness membership
  • The opportunity to make a DIFFERENCE!
Incident Report for June 2018
Structure fires
4
Structure fire rekindle
1
Structure fire (mutual assist)
1
Small fire of minimal damage
1
Vehicle fire
1
Brush fire
1
Small fire of minimal damage
1
Automatic alarms
7
Vehicle accidents
7
Vehicle accidents (mutual assist)
2
Hazardous materials incident
1
Ruptured gas line
1
Physical rescues
2
Weather emergency
1
Flooded basements
2
Downed trees
2
Total Incident Count:
35
Incident Report for May 2018
Structure fires
2
Vehicle fire
1
Brush fire
1
Small fire of minimal damage
1
Automatic alarms
4
Vehicle accidents
7
Physical rescue
1
Haz mat incident
1
Flooding
1
Traffic control
1
   
   
   
   
   
   
Total Incident Count:
20

 

Somerset Station 601 MEMBERS ONLY

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