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Mon. Oct 19th 2015
22 Mountain Lane ~ burnt food

During the evening, while Engine 5 was still in New Milford, Engine 8 had just returned from Washington and Middlebury's ...

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Mon. Oct 19th 2015
Washington Mutual Aid - Given

Crews from 5 towns battle blaze that gutted home BY JOHN MCKENNA ~ REPUBLICAN-AMERICANWASHINGTON, Conn. — A fast-moving...

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Mon. Oct 19th 2015
Assistance to Middlebury Barn Fire

BY PAUL SINGLEY ~ REPUBLICAN-AMERICANEarly Sunday morning the WVFD was called to assist the Middlebury Volunteer Fire Departm...

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News Headlines
Fri. Jan 22nd 2016
DATE CHANGE ~ CHRISTMAS TREE BURN

Due to the possibility of bad weather Saturday night....................... The annual Christmas tree burn will be held TONIG...

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Fri. Jan 15th 2016
Why you have less time to escape a house fire today than 30 years ago

Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today, you have only 3 or 4 minutes. TODAY...

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Fri. Jan 8th 2016
Heating and Carbon Monoxide Safety Warnings

Heating fires are a leading cause of U.S. home fire deaths With the winter months upon us, the National Fire Protec...

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News Headlines
Fri. Jan 22nd 2016
Due to the possibility of bad weather Saturday night....................... The annual Christmas tree burn will be held TONIGHT (FRIDAY January 22nd)We don't want you to have to worry about "slip-slide'n" home tomorrow night during the chance of slippery roads.So......................
Fri. Jan 15th 2016
Research shows that 30 years ago, you had about 17 minutes to escape a house fire. Today, you have only 3 or 4 minutes. TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen conducts a dramatic demonstration that shows why, and how you should prepare. 
Fri. Jan 8th 2016
Heating fires are a leading cause of U.S. home fire deaths With the winter months upon us, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is reminding homeowners about the fire dangers associated with heating equipment. Improper use of such equipment like portable or stationary space heat...
Tue. Jan 5th 2016
The Association of the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department is once again accepting trees for it's annual Christmas Tree Ceremonial burn on January 23rd at 6pm.Trees may be dropped off in the meadow in the front of the Orenaug Station - 25 Quassuk Road.  The firefighters only ask on favor - P...
Fri. Dec 4th 2015
Last evening Santa, in the middle of his busy schedule, made a stop at the annual Christmas parties of the fire companies.It looks like Santa and some of the firefighters had a great time.As he visited with the firefighters several sat on his lap and asked for a quiet and safe holiday season...........
Recent Calls
Mon. Oct 19th 2015
During the evening, while Engine 5 was still in New Milford, Engine 8 had just returned from Washington and Middlebury's Engine was still in town for coverage, the department got called to 22 Mountain Lane.Upon arrival Chief Morgan found cooking was the culprit for the alarm.  The tenant ha...
Mon. Oct 19th 2015
Crews from 5 towns battle blaze that gutted home BY JOHN MCKENNA ~ REPUBLICAN-AMERICANWASHINGTON, Conn. — A fast-moving fire left a house at 64 Carmel Hill Road in ruins Sunday.The two-story saltbox on a wooded lot was a charred wreck after the fire, reported at 3:45 p.m., was extinguished by ...
Mon. Oct 19th 2015
BY PAUL SINGLEY ~ REPUBLICAN-AMERICANEarly Sunday morning the WVFD was called to assist the Middlebury Volunteer Fire Department in fighting an early morning barn fire.Smoke and flames pour from a large storage barn on a South Street farm in Middlebury on Sunday morning. With the closest hydrant sev...
Tue. Aug 4th 2015
So, it's Monday - Yup and it was a busy one.The day started off quiet and the department hoped it would stay that way.  It was hot and humid.  Who wants to put gear on and fight a fire in this weather?Well, that wishful thinking ended a little after the noon whistle.  Dispatch bro...
Thu. Jul 30th 2015
One - Flanders Road - Tree on wires.  Car 3, Cpt. Shaker, investigated and found some tree branches touching the wires as the wind blows.  No FD response needed.Two - Heather Court - Electrical outlet issues - sparking and arching.  Car 6, Lt. Kiessling, investigates and finds that a ...
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