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Updated: May. 25 (20:59)

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IAFF Local 1173
Extrication Training 5/25/16
New London Fire Fighters
Volunteer Needed!!
Aurora Fire Fighters
Membership Meeting
IAFF Local F-102
Local 21 Regrets To Announce The Passing Of Retired Firefighter Ray Kunzer
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IAFF/BCFD CBA Ratification Vote 5-24-16
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450 MONTAUK AVE.
Working Structure Fire 10/24/15
CUTLER ST CAR FIRE
Car fire near a house with quick knockdown.
2ND ALARM
NLFF's respond to 514 Ocean Ave. for a 2nd alarm, heavy fire on arrival.
WHALING CITY FORD
FFs battle a stubborn fire in the roof assembly.
New London Firefighters Local 1522. Thank you for visiting our site.
New London Fire Headquarters
Our members are working hard to keep New London safe.
BRIGGS ST ROLLOVER.
L-1522 members extricate accident victim.
We do much more than fight fires.
Members conduct public fire education.
BOAT FIRE
New London Firefighters
Acting Lieutenant John O'Connor
Killed in the line of duty on Feb. 1, 1993 at 2nd alarm, 91 Truman St.

 Important info: 

 Please remember that the incidents you read about below are more "newsworthy" than our everyday type of incident.  Local 1522 takes great pride in handling many of our responses without "fanfare".  We respond to over 6,000 calls for service per year with an average response time of approx. 3 minutes.  The calls we are most proud of are the heart attacks or the "small fires" that are kept under control by responding quickly, effectively, and efficiently. 

We would not be able to complete our mission without the support of the residents of the City of New London.  Thank you!

What's New at IAFF 1522
Extrication Training 5/25/16

While training behind the North Station tonight, the neighborhood kids that were playing basketball became interested in what we were doing. Members informed them that we were doing extrication training and showed them the tools we use at an accident scene.

Lt. Ray McCormack Seminar

The New London Burn Foundation Presents a Seminar with Lieutenant Ray McCormack on Saturday, June 11, 2016 from 8am to 4 pm. Please click on the link for more information.


Download: Ray McCormack Seminar.pdf
Scholarship Applications Posted 2/8/16

The Scholarship applications for the John M O'Connor Trust and the Dr. Carl Wies Scholarship Fund have been posted in the "Scholarships" link located on the left side of this website. Applications must be RECEIVED by April 1st, 2016.

Busy 2015

In 2015, Local 1522 had one of the busiest years, responding to 7135 calls. So far, 2016 is starting out very busy also. Currently we have responded to 752 calls since 1/1/2016.

Happy Holidays

Happy Holidays from the members of Local 1522. 

Cold Water Rescue Training 12/15/15

Cold water rescue training today with the new recruits at Lake Brandegee. Members took turns practicing with our new cold water rescue suits and equipment.

Department Promotions

Congratulations to both Lt. Tompkins and FF Dan Sawyer (pictured here with Chief Kydd). On Friday December 11th, Lt. Tompkins, a 31 year member of the department was promoted to Battalion Chief. BC Tompkins will take command of Group 1. FF Dan Sawyer, an 8 year member was promoted to Lieutenant and will also be assigned to Group1 as the A-11Lt. Mayor Michael Passero, who had just retired from the fire department after 31 1/2 years of service, swore both officers in at a packed ceremony in the City Hall Council chambers. Good luck and stay safe!

Working Fire 42 Terrace Ave.

At 0300 hours on 12/10/15 Group 3 responded to a reported structure fire. A-21 arrived on scene and reported a working fire. Tenants on the first floor where the fire originated had been sleeping at the time of the fire. Smoke detectors and a CO detector alerted them to the fire and they were able to exit the building prior to our arrival. A-200 did a search of the second floor smoke filled apartment and found the tenant sleeping. He was unaware of the fire and escorted from the building. The fire was located in the kitchen with extension to the cabinets and adjoining rooms. The fire was extinguished and extensive overhaul was performed. One firefighter was transported to the ER for a leg injury. All New London units responded to the scene. The Sub Base FAST team, Groton Ambulance and the Canteen also assisted at the scene. The fire is under investigation by FM Skau.

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