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Trumbull’s Long Hill Fire Department and Trumbull Center Department helped rescue two people trapped inside a vehicle after an accident Friday night.

Several units from Trumbull Center and Long Hill fire companies responded.


Please go to the following link for the full article. Volunteer firefighters help rescue two trapped in vehicle

Article courtesy of the the Trumbull Times

Trumbull volunteer firefighters from the Ling Hill and Center fire departments extricated two people following an accident Friday.

Please go to the following link for the full article. Trumbull Firefighters Extricate Two From Vehicle Following Accident.

Article courtest of the Trumbull Patch


With Trumbull Center assisting our sister Department Long Hill on this call, we all put our great teamwork together to safely extricate the victims involved in this crash. The patients were handed over to Trumbull EMS where they were taken to the proper facility for medical care.

We at the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company really do appreciate your gratitude and special thank you. We are very grateful that you appreciate what we as the Fire department do for the resident's of Trumbull.


We also would like to give a special thank you to the crew of Tower 104 who stopped for Elmo and let him have some candy and get a up close and personal look at the fire truck. We are glad that "Elmo" enjoyed his time with our fire truck.



With the winter weeks fully underway and the VERY cold weather we have had over the last week or so, residents are keeping their heat on during regular intervals to keep themselves warm, prevent pipes from bursting, etc. During the heavy use of our heating systems please make sure that your carbon monoxide detectors have new batteries, are checked regularly, and are not out of date.

Please go to the following links for some very helpful tips.

Now that we have an extra hour of sleep with the time change, please remember to change the batteries in your smoke & carbon monoxide detectors... Stay Safe!


Chief: Eric Levine

President: Brian O'Connor

Trumbull Volunteer Fire Co. No. 1
860 White Plains Road
Trumbull, CT 06611

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