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Updated: Dec. 14 (08:00)

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E1 and A200 at the Whale Tail
91 SQUIRE ST
2nd alarm fire. Fire on the 2nd floor and attic.
404 COLEMAN ST
Taco Bell 2nd alarm fire. Fire in the ceiling on arrival.
PLANT ST MVA
Multiple car accident
40 EASTERN ST
2nd alarm fatal fire
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
NLFD IS AWARDED THE LT. JOSEPH DIBERNARDO GRANT

The NLFD was awarded the Joseph DiBernardo grant. This grant will provide our members with bailout kits and training for them. The Joseph DiBernardo foundation was started after Joseph succumbed to his injuries when he jumped out of a 5 story window during the Black Sunday Fire on November 22, 2011.

To learn more, please go to: https://www.joeydfoundation.org/about-joey/

2ND ALARM FIRE - 91 SQUIRE ST

   On October 14th at approximately 19:00 hours, the NLFD responded to a second alarm fire on 91 Squire St. On arrival Engine 4 (in place of engine 1) met a 2.5 wood frame building with flames showing on the front of the 2nd and top floor. An aggressive attack was started on the 2nd floor. Units switched to a defensive attack due to fast fire extension in the attic and roof. Fire was knocked down soon after. Here is a short video. More video to follow.

NLFD MEMBER GALLERY UPDATED

The picture gallery for the NLFD members has been updated and can be viewed here.

OFFICER PROMOTIONS
BILLY ALLYN RETIREMENT PARTY

Please join us for Billy Allyn's retirement party. Please see either Lt. Dan Sawyer or FF Tim Jefferies.

Throwback Photo

A quick throwback photo after some work. Pictured from left to right are FF's Ventura, Rosado, McGuirk and LT. Wargo.

Gross Decon Training 9/13/18

The NLFD has many nearby potential hazardous materials sites. Members often train on how to best deal with these potential incidents. Today members trained on gross decontamination. Pictured is a quick set up using two engines that will spray effected people with a gross rinse of water before they are seen by medical professionals.

There are two fog nozzles pointing towards each other and a third fog nozzle pointing down from the connecting ladder. This set up is to deliver an approximate 30 gallons of water per individual.

Pictured are firefighters Evan Giesing and Jack Tackling. 

September 11, 2001

This week we remember the lives cut short on September 11th, 2001. The following photo is of ladder 118 responding out of Brooklyn Heights. All 6 firefighters on board never made it out of the towers. 

Ladder 118:

-Vernon Cherry age 49

-Leon Smith age 48

-Robert Regan age 45

-Pete Vega age 36

-Joey Agnello age 35

-Scott Davidson age 33

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