Around 7 am, Sandy Hook firefighters were dispatched to assist Newtown Hook & Ladder with an extrication on Trades Lane. First on scene -- which was Wasserman Way in front of Reed School -- was Chief Bill Halstead who reported a 21-year old female was trapped in her car up against a tree patient was conscious and alert throughout the extrication. Tools were used off of rescue trucks from both companies. The roof was removed and then the dashboard was lifted to make room to remove the patient. The extrication process to remove the patient took about 20 minutes. The patient was taken by Newtown Ambulance to Danbury Hospital for minor injuries. Sandy Hook returned to the scene and in service around 8 am.
October 12, 2015: Kansas City Fire Department Fire Apparatus Operator Larry J. Leggio, and Firefighter John V. Mesh died while battling a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex.
The mission of the Sandy Hook Vol. Fire & Rescue Co., Inc. is to strive for excellence in the performance of prevention of loss of life, personal injury and damage from fire, medical and other emergencies of any or all persons when called upon. We shall do this by maintaining a high standard of training and public education and act and perform in a safe, courteous and professional manner.
Volunteer firefighters display a flashing blue light to warn other motorists when they are responding to emergencies in their personal vehicles.
While Connecticut Motor Vehicle laws do not require motorists to pull over to the right, please be courteous and let them pass.
Remember: The faster we can get to the scene of a fire, an accident or a medical call, the sooner we can save lives. After all, you wouldn't want anyone to delay our response time if you needed to call 911, would you?
When you see the blue light, move to the right.
If you would like a patch please send a request, and $5, to
Sandy Hook Vol. Fire & Rescue Company
Attn Patch Request
PO Box 783
Sandy Hook CT 06482
HELP US FIND YOU FASTER!!
IF WE CAN'T SEE YOUR HOUSE NUMBER FROM THE SEAT OF THE VEHICLES RESPONDING TO AN EMERGENCY, IT COULD DELAY OUR RESPONSE AS WELL AS THE RESPONSE OF OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICE PROVIDERS.
They can be purchased for $15, and will be designed to hang vertically or horizontally (your choice) on your mailbox post.
Stop by the firehouse any Monday night or call 203-270-4392 to place an order.