EDITH, or Exit Drills in the Home are a great way to get your family prepared should disaster ever strike!. Great video from ABC News below! Practice EDITH http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/video/house-fires-spread-quickly-32821653
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[…]
The Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company welcomed home one of their members who was deployed overseas on Active Duty. Firefighter and Private 2nd Class, Ryan Harkonen had been deployed with the US Army and is now home safe in Trumbull! Thank You for your service and Welcome you Home!
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?[…]
100% Volunteer Since 1925!
Since 1925, the Trumbull Volunteer Fire Company No. 1, Incorporated has provided fire protection services to the residents of Trumbull Center Fire District. Over the years, we have gone from a single engine (housed in a grain store) department responding primarily to alarms of fire to an all-hazard response department, with two front line engines, a ladder company and a rescue company. Our members receive training not only on firefighting skills, but also in such topics as vehicle extrication, gas and electrical emergencies, and hazardous material response. However, just like 1925, the firefighters of Trumbull Center remain 100% volunteer.