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
Monday, April 29th, 2013
WVFD responded to a "C/O alarm sounding" call Thursday night. Upon metering the building, no readings were found. The detectors were just at the end of their lifespan and the homeowner was advised they may want to replace them.
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
An earlier evening chimney fire took the department out to Upper Grassy Hill. The quick response by the homeowner to call 911 helped contain the fire to the flue. Firefighters were able to ladder the roof and were drop ansul bags into the flue and extinguish the fire quickly with no structure dama...
Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
At approximate. 5:30 pm the fire department was dispatched for a possible chimney fire on Hesskey Meadow Road. Upon her arrival the Chief confirmed with the first firefighters on scene that there had been a chimney fire in the flue but it had appeared to extinguish itself - almost.
Monday, August 6th, 2012
The WVFD started Monday off at 7:07am with a commercial alarm activation. Upon the arrival of Car 1 she found that breakfast was a little over done. The apartment had a light smoke condition that was being cleared through natural ventilation.
Monday, August 6th, 2012
WVFD responded back to Old Town Farm Road several hours after the initial call for fluids in the road way. Once the tow truck and secured the vehicle back on it's wheels fluids leaked to the road way. The fire department applied speedi dri and cleared the scene.
Sunday, August 5th, 2012
WVFD was dispatched for a 5th time today. This time they were out to a tree limb and leaves resting on CL&P lines. The fire department investigated and reported the incident to CL&P and cleared the scene.
Sunday, August 5th, 2012
WVFD responded to a CO alarm activation and found high readings due to a emergency generator running. The building was ventilated and the reading brought down to standard levels. The homeowner was told to have the generator and the installation of the exhaust inspected prior to using it again.
Sunday, August 5th, 2012
WVFD responded to a motor vehicle accident on Old Town Farm road at approx. 9:15 am. The car was on it's roof but both occupnats were out of the car. Broken telephone pole, no fire danger. FD cleared and turned scene over to Police.
Sunday, August 5th, 2012
WVFD responded to a request for mutual aid to the Town of Roxbury. One Engine and crew and the Tanker 9 were requested to stand by as Roxbury was responding to a call of smoke coming from a roof. WVFD was canceled prior to leaving the station.
Saturday, August 4th, 2012
WVFD was dispatched to a tree on wires and wires burning. Upon the arrival of Car 1 and Car 2 and the investigation it was found that a small secondary feed to the home was burning. The flame extinguished itself and CL&P was advised.
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
WVFD responded to a transformer hissing and sparking according to the first caller. Upon the arrival of Chief Morgan and DC Morgan they found a tree limb had broken during the brief storm that had just passed through and was lying on the power, cable and telephone lines.
Tuesday, May 29th, 2012
WVFD responded to a reported appliance fire on Grassy Hill. Chief Morgan responded and found the element in the bottom of the oven and been arching. The homeowner had quickly turned off the breaker, used her fire extinguisher in the oven and the fire was out.
Monday, May 28th, 2012
WFVD was out again, after just arriving back from an appliance fire they were dispatched to a residential fire alarm sounding. Chief Morgan arrived on scene to find the homeowner looking for a reason why the alarm was going off.
Monday, May 28th, 2012
As WVFD tried to put trucks, gear and hoses back in order from the structure fire and automatic alarm, they received yet another call...........wires down and burning. Cpt. Lampart responded to the scene and found a branch had fallen down on to the power lines and was arching across the low voltage...
As WVFD was in the middle of a structure fire on Flanders Road they received another call for an Alarm at St. Teresa's Church on Main Street. Deputy Chief Frank Morgan diverted Car 3 (Capt. Corey Shaker) to the second call.
Monday, May 28th, 2012
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WVFD left their picnics, families and Memorial Day events to respond to a gas grill/structure fire at approximately 2:07pm. A caller was frantic on the phone. The grill was on fire, her husband had been burned and the house was catching on fire.
Sunday, May 27th, 2012
The WVFD had just finished marching in the Memorial Day parade and had not made it back to their stations when that were sent out to a car vs. motorcycle accident. Luckily, it was very minor. The driver of the motorcycle refused treatment.
Friday, April 6th, 2012
WVFD responded to a residential fire alarm activation just after 9am. The alarm was set off by cooking. Car 5, Lt. Murphy confirmed that the alarm was from cooking. Natural ventilation was used to evacuate the smoke and all fire units were returned.
Thursday, April 5th, 2012
WVFD was requested to respond to the Town of Roxbury for a possible structure fire. Tanker 9 and Engine 5 started to Roxbury but where canceled before arriving on scene.
Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012
WVFD was called to the scene of a possible chimney fire on Scuppo Road at approximately 3:30 today for a possible chimney fire. Car 5, Lt. Murphy confirmed that there was a chimney fire and under his command had the fire extinguished.

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