Monday, November 21st, 2022
FD AUTOMATIC FIRE ALARM |CROSS BROOK RD - Luckily for all involved - Unopened flue - homeowner self ventilated the smoke.
Friday, September 30th, 2022
WVFD sent Eng 5 with a crew to the scene of a structure in Heritage Village, The crew assist with exposure control in an adjacent unit. The WVFD is always willing to assist a neighboring town when c...
Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
WOODBURY CT – Nearly 50 firefighters from the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Dept and four neighboring Connecticut towns contained a fire that destroyed a home in the early hours of New Year’s Da...
Tuesday, November 26th, 2019
On Thanksgiving eve, the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department responded to a MVA accident when a BMW left Middle Road Tpke, crossed over Route 6, and crashed through the Garden’s assembled Christm...
Call history
Wednesday, February 10th, 2010
“Woodbury Fire to all units – possible structure fire, home filling with smoke.” The tone came in at approximately 12:41pm. It was a cold, windy day and a light snow had been falling all morning.
Tuesday, February 9th, 2010
Yes - the WVFD responded to a call for assistance at the Woodbury Shell Mini Mart - but it was not a haz-mat or fuel related emergency. It was simply a water problem. There was a problem with a water line going into the building and the main shut off on the street could not be found.
Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010
Just as the day was winding down and most people were preparing to end their work day and head home the department received a request for an Engine and crew to standby at the Southbury main fire station.
Friday, January 29th, 2010
The WVFD was dispatched to a residential fire alarm sounding at 1163 Main Street South. Upon arrival, Car 1 found no one, apparently, home. From the front porch you could see into the main level of the home.
"Woodbury Fire to all fire personnel, the fire department is requested at 2 South Pomperaug for smoke in the building" said the dispatcher as the pagers toned out at approximately 21:12. The OIC, Car 6 - Lt.
Thursday, January 28th, 2010
At approximately 5:20pm the WVFD was toned out to a fire alarm sounding at 105 Old Grassy Hill Road. Car 8, Lt. Hatstat signed on to go to the scene. Within moments of the tone dispatch told Car 8 that a call back had been received from the alarm company and that the alarm had been set off due to...
Wednesday, January 27th, 2010
The department responded to a MVA - car off the side of the road at Nettleton Hollow and Washington Road. Upon arrival Car 1 found a full size suburban off the left shoulder. The vehicle had taken down several wooden guard rails before coming in contact with a large tree.
Monday, January 25th, 2010
Today there was a minor incident involving a school bus and a town truck at approx. 9:03am. A town truck and stop to work some work along side the road to do some work. As the bus went around the truck, it cut back in a little to soon and clipped the front bumper of the town truck.
Thursday, January 21st, 2010
Just after 5:30pm the department was toned out for a Tanker and Engine to respond to the scene of a working structure fire in Roxbury. Within moments of the dispatch Tanker 9 and Engine 4 signed on waiting for a crew.
Last evening at approximately 6:21pm the WVFD was toned out for a possible opening burning permit that was not properly extinguished. As firefighters responded to the area it was difficult to find the fire due to it's location off in a field just below a slight rise.
Thursday, January 7th, 2010
The WVFD ended the night with one and started the day with one. The pagers rang out again this morning just after 9am for a 2 car MVA with heavy damage at the South end of town. Car 1 arrived on scene and found a 3 car MVA but all drivers were out of their vehicles and appeared more shaken up than...
Wednesday, January 6th, 2010
Just before 5pm the WVFD and the WVAA were called to the scene of a 2 car MVA at the intersection of Rout 317 and Hollow Road. There were single occupants (the drivers) in both vehicles. Car 1 was the first fire officer to arrive on scene and advised the Rescue 3 was needed for fluid containment an...
Friday, January 1st, 2010
The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department started the New Year off with an lift assistance call to help the WVAA remove a Woodbury woman from her home and down an icy path to the ambulance. It was a little before 8 am and 11 firefighters responded with assistance.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department ended their day with a call for a possible illegal burn on Pilgrim Trail. OIC Lt. Lampart responded directly to the scene and found a homeowner and his family and friends roasting marshmallows over a barrel.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department was called to 785 Washington Road - Woodbury Ski Area to assist the Woodbury Volunteer Ambulance Association in removing a 9 year old child from the tubing hill. The EMT's had the patient packaged and on a backboard when Chief Morgan arrived.
Wednesday, December 30th, 2009
"Wires down in the area of 271 Washington Road" the pager rang out, a little before 8am. And the day was off to an early start. Car 1 responded directly to the area and found a cable TV wire had come loose from a home and was hanging next to the road.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
Just when the evening was winding down the final call of the day came in. Water in the basement. The report was that there was about 4" of water in the basement and the leak could not be found. Quick response by Capt.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
Again, the tones rang out before noon. This time the department was off to a reported large tree that had been up rooted by the high winds and was nestled into another tree near a home. The home owner was worried that the first tree might push the second tree over and onto her home.
Tuesday, December 29th, 2009
Woodbury Fire Department was called to assist the Bethlehem Fire Department at the scene of a motor vehicle accident mid morning. WVFD stopped traffic at the intersection of Weekeepeemee and Chohees Trail.
Monday, December 28th, 2009
The department responded to a 2 car mva at 6 &64 this morning. The 2 car accident occurred mid morning and luckily it appears there were no life threatening injuries. Chief Morgan arrived on scene and reported that the only occupants were the two drivers and no entrapment.

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