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Merdith Fire Department
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Meredith Crews Kept Busy
June 16, 2015

The Meredith Fire Department had a busy day today responding to several incidents.

The first incident for the day saw 14 Tanker 5 respond to 12 Boynton Road in New Hampton for a first alarm structure fire at 8:21. The tanker crew assisted with suppression and overhaul operations. 14 Tanker 5 was inserted into the tanker shuttle that had been established for water supply. 14 Tanker 5 was released by New Hampton command at 9:21 and returned to Meredith.

The second incident at 10:13 sent Meredith Fire and Stewart's Ambulance personnel to a motor vehicle accident in front of 444 Daniel Webster Highway (US Route 3). Information relayed to responding companies by the LRMFA Communications Center avised of at least three vehicles involved with airbag deployment. 14C1 arrived and confirmed the information but reported a T-bone type collision and that one vehicle occupant would need extrication. 14 Engine 1's crew deployed the hydraulic rescue tools and went to work, quickly removing the drivers door. Stewart's Ambulance personnel transported the vehicle operator to Lakes Region General hospital with non-life threatening injuries. All companies were in service at 10:53.

Command: 14C1

Companies on scene: 14 Engine 1

Meredith Fire Department personnel also responded to Interlakes High School and the Winnipesaukee Playhouse for fire alarm activations later in the day.

Route 25 1st Alarm Fire
June 31, 2015

Meredith Fire Department personnel were alerted at 12:04 to a structure fire at 336 NH Route 25. 20C4, who happened to be passing by, reported smoke showing from a 40' x 30' one and a half story single family dwelling. Based on the radio report, 14C2 requested a first alarm. 14 Engine 1 arrived at 12:13 and began fire suppression operations quickly making a knockdown on the fire.The first alarm brought Laconia, Center Harbor, Moultonborough and Gilford to the scene. New Hampton and Ashland provided engine companies to cover Meredith station during the incident All companies were in service at 13:59.

Command: 14C1

Companies on scene: 14 Engine 1, 14 Tanker 5, 14 Tower 1, 14 Engine 3, 13 Engine 5, 5 Engine 1, 15 Engine 4, 8 Tanker 1, 45 Ambulance 2

Companies at cover: 2 Engine 1, 2 Utility 1, 17 Engine 1

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2017 Monthly Runs
January
35
February
34
March
30
April
29
May
34
June
57
July
50
August
54
September
27
October
48
November
33
December
-
Total
431
Updated
12/1/17
Run Totals
2016 467
2015 414
2014 389
2013 445
2012 395
2011 384
2010 339
2009 322
2008 392

Meredith Fire Department 286 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH 03253 (603) 279-6061