Dunn's Corners Fire Department

2024 Call Stats
Fire EMS Total
Jan 22 7 29
Feb 18 3 21
Mar 15 4 19
Total 55 14 69

2024 Training Hours
Jan 220
Feb 179
Mar 199
Total 598

Past Call Stats
2010 369
2011 289
2012 450
2013 579
2014 684
2015 796
2016 921
2017 744
2018 899
2019 1038
2020 741
2021 470
2022 412
2023 399

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Visitors Today
Visitors Since
November 4, 2006

Radio Frequencies
Main Dispatch:
151.0625 Hz
Additional Frequency:
46.50 Hz
Fireground Ops:
46.28 Hz

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DCFD Training- hose lines and ground ladders

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, March 23

On Wednesday members responded to multiple different calls and attended weekly training. This Wednesday nights focus was on hose line operations, pumper operations and ground ladders. If you’re interested in joining the fire department stop by on any Wednesday night around 6pm, our members would be happy to show you around the station and provide you with an application.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, March 20

We were hoping that we wouldn’t have to make one of these posts this year, but obviously we do. As of March 15th we are in a burn ban, that means you cannot burn unless you call us and get a burn permit (which would only be granted if it’s actively raining). Neighboring departments have responded to multiple brush fires over the past couple of days, some of which have threatened houses and other property. ... (Full Story & Photos)

DCFD Junior Training

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, March 17

This morning both senior and junior members took time to train, the topics we covered were hose line management, gear and SCBA, hydrant operations and drafting operations
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Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, March 07

This evening members responded to the Woody Hill Management area to assist an individual who was lost in the woods. Members were able to quickly enter into the woods and locate the individual at their last cellphone ping. The individual left the scene with no injuries and members quickly cleaned up and returned in service. Thank you for the quick and professional response of our volunteers.... (Full Story & Photos)

DCFD On the Scene- Reported Structure Fire

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, February 28

This morning just after 1AM DCFD responded to its first due for a reported structure fire. Upon arrival there was a smoke condition in the house, the smoke was caused by an appliance in the basement. Members ventilated the house and metered it for CO levels, once it was deemed safe the homeowner was let back in. Tanker 1, Engine 5 and Car 1 responded. Thank you to Cross' Mills Fire Department and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, January 26

Charlestown Police Department is hosting a Citizens Public Safety Academy! Here are the details and how you can apply...

You have asked for it, a we have heard you ! 📣📣 We are excited to announce we will be hosting a Citizens Public Safety Academy in 2024 ! Along with our public safety partners 🚓🚒🚑,Charlestown Ambulance Rescue Service, Dunn's Corners Fire Department, Cross' Mills Fire Department, ... (Full Story & Photos)

DCFD Ice Rescue Training

Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, January 25

Yesterday evening Rescue Products International, Inc. instructor Sean Barry came to DCFD to train members on ice rescue operations. During the training we completed a hands-on refresher on our Marsars Water Rescue Systems ice rescue sleds. We were also glad to have members from both Misquamicut Fire Department and Watch Hill Fire Department attend this training. Our mutual aide partners are always ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Deputy Chief Jeffrey Thomas, January 18

Thursday night wisdom! Slow down and move over it’s the law. When you see Emergency vehicles, Tow trucks, ect. on the side of the road slow down and move over. In Rhode Island failure to follow this is punishable by a fine. Be part of the solution, and please don’t make our jobs more dangerous than they already are.... (Full Story & Photos)



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