Smoke in the Residence – 2/22/18

February 22, 2018:

At 2038 hours, Long Hill and Trumbull Center responded to Floral Lane for smoke in the residence. TC-1 was first on scene and began to investigate. Upon investigation, Car 1 reported a possible furnace malfunction. Tower 104 arrived and assisted Car 1 with the investigation and metered the residence for toxic gases. Units found approximately 30 PPM of Carbon Monoxide. Crews ventilated the structure and the furnace was shut off. After the residence was free of all hazards, units picked up and returned to service.

Other units on scene:

Long Hill Car-2, Engine-206, and Trumbull PD

 

Live Fire Training

On Tuesday, February 21, 2018 Trumbull Center joined the Long Hill Fire Department (LHFD) and ventured to Fairfield Fire School for live fire training. LHFD Assistant Chief, San Fan Andre lead crews through multiple stages including fire suppression, a search team, and RIT (Rapid Intervention Team) on a 3 story structure.

 

Special thanks to LHFD for allowing us to join them in this training and to Fairfield Fire School for allowing us to use the facilities!

Company Celebrates 93 Years

On February 17, 2018 Members traveled to the Courtyard Marriott to celebrate 93 years of service to the Town of Trumbull.  Several awards were given out, a delicious meal was had, and many stories were told.

 

Special thanks to Long Hill Fire Department and the Nichols Fire Department for providing coverage to the Trumbull Center district for the evening.

 

Press Release – Plumb Creek Road Incident

Carbon monoxide levels have returned to normal in Trumbull after elevated levels were found in the air in part of town Friday night, fire officials say.

Authorities believe construction may have caused a pocket of carbon monoxide to be released from bedrock.

Firefighters went door to door in the area of Plumb Creek Road, checking carbon monoxide levels. They say there were no high level readings in any homes.
PressReleasePlumbCreek

Heavy Rescue Training

Members of the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company have been simulating a motor vehicle accident with a junked school bus for the last month. This simulation is what firefighters will face at this evenings drill. Some tools that will be used are cribbing, hydraulic tools, struts and hand tools. Want to be part of this team? Call us 203 261 9028!

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