Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
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WOODBURY CT – Nearly 50 firefighters from the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Dept and four neighboring Connecticut towns contained a fire that destroyed a home in the early hours of New Year’s Da...
Tuesday, November 26th, 2019
On Thanksgiving eve, the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department responded to a MVA accident when a BMW left Middle Road Tpke, crossed over Route 6, and crashed through the Garden’s assembled Christm...
WOODBURY – The Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department extinguished an electrical transformer fire that briefly caused evacuation of 11 units in the Woodlake development Sunday night November 24th. ...
Monday, December 31st, 2018
During the year 2019, the Woodbury Volunteer Fire Department responded to 344 total calls with an average of 11 firefighters rolling out each time.Fire (flame involved fires) 15False Alarms - 123Every...
Call history
Wednesday, December 1st, 2010
The month of December is here and the department has had it's first call. As a storm producing high, gusty winds moves across our state the WVFD received was toned out for wires down. Upon arrival Car 1 found a telephone pole snapped in half and large trees resting on the wires further down the r...
Friday, October 1st, 2010
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The WVFD was quick to respond to Roxbury with Tanker 9 and Engine 5 for mutual aid in the wee early morning hours for a structure fire. The single family home was under a great electrical load and the panel box was arching and sparking.
Thursday, September 30th, 2010
The WVFD spent a busy evening chasing wires down all over town. The winds and rains took three trees down which were entangled in power lines. Although there is not much the fire department can do until the power is turned off, they do respond and close the road until the police can get on scen...
Monday, September 27th, 2010
Early this evening the WVFD was sent out to an activated CO alarm. After metering the home, no elevated readings were found. The unit that had activated was very old and it was suggested that it be replaced.
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
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The weekend ended on a sad note and a long night for the firefighters of the WVFD. A barn located on 120 White Deer Rocks Road was lost to a fire late Sunday evening. The initial call for a possible brush fire was called in by a neighbor but it was quickly updated to a structure fire by the first ...
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
Early Sunday evening, just before 6pm the WVFD responded to 229 Bacon Pond Road for smoke detectors sounding within an apartment. The call came in from a neighbor who could hear the beeping coming from the apartment below.
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
WVFD firefighters didn't even have time to get back in their cars and return home Sunday morning from their first run when they received their second call of the day at "Cadillac Joe's", as the locals call the stone house.
Sunday, September 26th, 2010
The WVFD started Sunday morning with a quick run out to Whittelsey Road for a residential fire alarm activation. The first officer on scene found that the Sunday morning breakfast - french toast - was a little over done.
Sunday, September 19th, 2010
The WVFD ended its calls for the weekend with a motorcycle accident out on Washington Road. A single bike was involved. The firefighters cleaned up a minor fluid spill and assisted the Woodbury Volunteer Ambulance with the loading of the patient into the ambulance.
Sunday, September 19th, 2010
As WVFD was finishing up a surprise fire drill at North Church it would seem that St. Paul's did not want to be left out. As the Chief was signing off with dispatch, dispatch asked if they were conducting another drill at St.
Saturday, September 18th, 2010
The WVFD was dispatched to a accident where two motorcycles had collided. An updat from the scene was given that neither bike was damaged and that one rider had some road rash. There were no leaking fluids.
Saturday, September 18th, 2010
514 Main Street North is a very unique building that gets a lot of attention from motorists, the newspaper and lately the WVFD. "Cadillac Joe's" as the locals refer to the place, is a unoccupied stone house that the owner has been building for over 25 years.
Tuesday, September 14th, 2010
Just before 7:30am the dry spell was broken. The WVFD was dispatched to a commercial fire alarm sounding at 814 Washington Road, the tubing building at Woodbury Ski Area. Upon arrival Car 1 assumed command and stated nothing was showing from the outside but she would be investigating.
Monday, September 13th, 2010
Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh........................... It was a extremely quite weekend. Not a single alarm.
Monday, August 23rd, 2010
Friday night started the weekend off for multiple calls for commercial fire alarm activations. 49 Jacks Bridge Road started the evening off - after the OIC investigated the alarm, nothing could be found and the alarm was reset.
Monday, August 9th, 2010
The WVFD remained quiet for the most part this weekend. Saturday morning a little after 9 am they did respond to a commercial fire alarm sounding at 1633 Main Street South. The alarm was set off from cooking on a stove.
Thursday, August 5th, 2010
WVFD responded to a request from the Roxbury Volunteer Fire Department early this morning. They were at a working structure fire and needed an additional engine and crew to assist them extinguish the blaze.
Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
The WVFD was out was again this evening. At approx. 7:30pm the received a call for a residential alarm sounding. Upon arrival Car 1 found the home owner on the phone with the alarm company trying to figure out what had set it off.
Thursday, July 8th, 2010
WVFD responded to a residential fire alarm sound at approx. 21:41 hours. Upon the arrival of the duty officer, nothing was showing. This call did have a key holder responding which allowed access to the home to make sure there was nothing wrong.
Tuesday, July 6th, 2010
WVFD responded, again, to a residential fire alarm sounding - nothing found upon arrival. No key holder was available. After a 360 of the structure and viewing as much of the interior through windows, the fire department cleared the scene.

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