Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019

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Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019
Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019
Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019
Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019
Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019
Fire Department Responded To Nearly 1,200 Calls in 2019

At the start of the annual Fire Department inspection Tuesday evening at Cedar Hill Country Club, Assistant Fire Chief Kevin Francione, and Deputy Chiefs Ralph Rea, Josh Lewis, and Tracy Bent inspected the turnout gear and safety equipment for each member of the department. Following the inspection, Chief Christopher Mullin detailed a full report of the department’s 2019 work, which included more than 1,000 alarms and drills.

The 2019 roster featured 64 members of the volunteer department. In all, the Livingston Fire Department responded to 36 general alarms, 1,127 still alarms, and conducted 35 drills, for a total of 1,198 responses during the year.

 

 

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