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Did you know?

In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds. Escape planning and practice can help you make the most of the time you have, giving everyone enough time to get out.

Plan ahead for your escape. Make your home escape plan and practice today. Read More >>

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MOTORISTS:
Move over for emergency responders!

When you see emergency lights, slow down and move over to keep working responders safe.

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 August 2019
Structure fire
1
Vehicle fires
3
Wires burning
2
Controlled burning
1
Mulch fire
1
Trash fire
1
Automatic alarms
5
Automatic alarms (mutual assist)
2
Smoke investigation
1
Odor investigations
2
Physical rescue
1
Vehicle accidents
8
Vehicle accidents (mutual assist)
2
Fuel  spill
1
Traffic control
1
Debris on roadway
1
Wires down
1
Trees down
2
Ambulance assist
1
Total Incident Count:
37
Incident Report for July 2019
Structure fires (mutual assist)
2
Smoke in structure
1
Vehicle fires
3
Electrical fire
1
Appliance fire
1
Smoke investigation
1
Controlled burning
2
Automatic alarm
4
Physical rescues
3
Vehicle accident
6
Fuel  spill
1
Ruptured gas lines
2
Wires down
1
Trees down
4
Ambulance assist
1
Flooding
1
Public service detail
1
   
   
Total Incident Count:
35

 

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