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Rescue Box 1-4 "Multiple MVC w/ Rollover"

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 18

At 1546hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for the MVC with rollover in front of DARK HORSE ANTIQUES @ 2923 OCEAN GTWY in the Cambridge 1-4 Box Area. Chief 1 arrived on location with A 4 vehicle MVC, 1 on it's roof with entrapment and established command. Units (Rescue 1-1 & Rescue Engine 1-1) arrived on location and formed the rescue group to stabilize & cut 1 patient out of the vehicle on it's ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Box Alarm 1-4 “ Reported Structure Fire”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 17

At 1339hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for A reported "STRUCTURE FIRE" at 5405 Bonnie Brook Rd in the Cambridge 1-4 Box Area. Chief 1 arrived on location to find A tent, table and brush on fire in the rear of the structure and established command. Units (Engine 1-3 & Rescue Engine 1-1) arrived on location and finished extinguishing the fire with a water can. Command cancelled all incoming ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Still Box 1-2 “Gas line Struck”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 17

At 1302hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for the "Odor of Gas" at 703 Douglas St in the Cambridge 1-2 Box area. Chief 1 arrived on location to find A broken gas line with active leak on side Bravo of the structure and established command. Units (Engine 1-3 & Rescue 1-1) arrived on location and stretched 200' of attack line to the structure while crews contained the leak. Command was terminated ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Local Box 1-1 “Hydraulic Oil Spill”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 12

At 1036hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units to 755 Race St (HADDAWAYS SHELL) for A CONTAINED SMALL SPILL in the Cambridge 1-2 Box Area. Chief 1-2 arrived on location with a large hydraulic oil spill on the roadway (Race St/Washington St) and in the parking lot of Haddaways Shell. Chief 1-2 established command and call for extra absorbent and CPD to shut down the intersection. The spill was contained ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Thank You to our Seafood Feast-I-Val Sponsors!

Assistant Chief Brad Walters, August 09

Rescue Fire Company would like to thank and ask you to support our sponsors who graciously said “yes” when we asked them to help us pull off this huge event in our home town. Hope to see you tomorrow!!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Box Alarm 1-1 “Sailwinds Visitor Center”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 09

At 0733hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for A "COMMERCIAL BUILDING FIRE" @ 2 Rose Hill Dr. (SAILWINDS VISITOR CENTER) in the Cambridge 1-1 Box Area. Chief 1 arrived on location with an odor and haze in the building and established command. Crews (Engine 1-3, Tower 1 & Talbot Rescue 32) formed investigation group and determined it to be a problem with the air handler. Command placed the situation ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Local Rescue Box 1-9 “Town Point Rd”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 08

At 2203hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for A MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISION @ TOWN POINT RD / DARK RD in the CAMBRIDGE 1-9 Box Area. Captain 1-3 arrived on location with 1 vehicle off the roadway with no entrapment and established command. DCEMS obtained 2 patient refusals while the crew of Rescue 1-1 provided lighting, personnel and equipment. Command placed the situation under control approx. 60mins ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Local Rescue Box 1-1 “Washington/Race”

Firefighter Kevin Carr, August 07

At 2139hrs Dorchester Central dispatched units for an MVC (motor vehicle collision) at Washington/Race St. Chief 1 arrived on location with multiple vehicles involved in a rear end style collision with no entrapment and established command. Units (Rescue 1-1 & Talbot Rescue 32) arrived to assist EMS with patient packaging for transport, debris and hazard clean up. Command placed the situation under ... (Full Story & Photos)

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