Watch Hill Fire Department
Watch Hill Fire Department
2022 Incidents
Jan 7
Feb 0
Mar 0
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 7

Past Incidents
2021 158
2020 168
2019 160
2018 169
2017 124
2016 128
2015 133
2014 112
2014 140
2012 144
2011 178

Past Training Hours
2018 3553
2017 4063
2016 3635
2015 3841
2014 2699
2013 2591
2012 2265
2011 2379


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  • 01/16/2022: 2022/01/16 21:40:48 2 BLUFF AV #1012 - (WHFD) OCEAN HOUSE (BLUFF AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM BOX ALARM
  • 01/16/2022: 2022/01/16 11:13:27 2 BLUFF AV #1012 - (WHFD) OCEAN HOUSE (BLUFF AV) WESTERLY WATER EMERGENCY ACTIVE WATER LEAK
  • 01/15/2022: 2022/01/15 21:58:01 41 FOSTER COVE RD 41 FOSTER COVE ROAD (FOSTER COVE RD) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM
  • 01/15/2022: 2022/01/15 21:36:13 10 BLUFF AV 10 BLUFF AVENUE (BLUFF AV) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM
  • 01/13/2022: 2022/01/13 15:36:53 12 WESTERLY RD 12 WESTERLY ROAD (WESTERLY RD) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM
  • 01/13/2022: 2022/01/13 08:38:14 15 NEPUN RD 15 NEPUN ROAD (NEPUN RD) WESTERLY CO INVEST
  • 01/12/2022: 2022/01/12 02:55:37 18 FORT RD (FORT RD) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM
  • 01/12/2022: 2022/01/12 02:05:07 76 OCEAN VIEW HWY 76 OCEAN VIEW HIGHWAY (OCEAN VIEW HWY) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM
  • 12/30/2021: 2021/12/30 15:32:00 16 YOSEMITE VALLEY RD 16 YOSEMITE VALLEY (YOSEMITE VALLEY RD) WESTERLY MEDICAL ASSIST ELDERLY FEMALE DIFF BREATHING
  • 12/22/2021: 2021/12/22 23:54:31 9 LIGHTHOUSE RD 9 LIGHTHOUSE (LIGHTHOUSE RD) WESTERLY FIRE ALARM SMOKE DETECTORS ACTIVATED

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Chief Peacock Retires

Acting Chief Scott Harold, January 02

After serving as a Watch Hill Firefighter for 29 years, an officer for 24 years, and as Chief of Department for 9 years, Chief Robert “Bob” Peacock has retired as of January 1, 2022. Chief Peacock’s dedication to our District, Department, and Fire Company are second to none! Anyone who knows Bob knows that the WHFD came first in his life these past years.

Joining in 1993 after persistence by then ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Peacock monitors training operations
Chief Peacock monitors training operations

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No Caption WHFD Public Access AED / EMS / FIRE Equipment Boxes

Chief Robert Peacock, December 26

New signage and labels have been added to the five Public Access AED / EMS / FIRE Equipment Boxes which are located throughout the Watch Hill community. These boxes allow climate controlled secured storage with year round 911 access twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. Each box include an AED, a CPR Mask. a Narcan Administration Kit, a Bleeding Control Kit, and a Fire Extinguisher.

While ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ask A Firefighter Series: Fire Safety Tips For The Holidays!

Chief Robert Peacock, December 19

Please take a few moments to read Captain Perkins latest "Ask A Firefighter" article in the Westerly Sun.

This column was written by Jane Perkins, Fire Safety Specialist for the Rhode Island Southern Firefighters League and Captain of the Watch Hill Fire Department.

Please email her at askafirefighter@yahoo.com if you have a question you would like to have answered in her monthly column.

Your ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Watch Hill Firefighters Respond to Structure Fire at 25 Bay Street

Chief Robert Peacock, December 13

A fire in a commercial building at 25 Bay Street in Watch Hill was quickly extinguished this morning.

According to Chief Robert Peacock of the Watch Hill Fire Department, the incident was reported at 8:01 AM when the building fire alarm activated. At 8:04, the dispatch center received a 911 call from a person walking on Bay Street reporting heavy smoke and flames at the back of the building. Firefighters ... (Full Story & Photos)

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WHFD Conducts Large Volume Fire Attack Training

Chief Robert Peacock, December 12

Once again, despite the temperatures in the low thirties, Watch Hill firefighters conducted practical training on using large volume water nozzles on Tuesday evening this week.

Watch Hill firefighters conduct training on a regular basis, including every Tuesday night, to maintain, refine, and improve their skills and abilities.

The Watch Hill Fire District is a combination department with both ... (Full Story & Photos)

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