Watch Hill Fire Department
Watch Hill Fire Department
2021 Incidents
Jan 8
Feb 4
Mar 6
Apr 5
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 23

Past Incidents
2020 168
2019 160
2018 169
2017 124
2016 128
2015 133
2014 112
2013 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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  • 04/18/2021: 2021/04/18 17:27:36 14 NEPUN RD WESTERLY FIRE ALARM GENERAL FIRE ALARM
  • 04/16/2021: 2021/04/16 18:45:00 145 ATLANTIC AV #2017 - (MFD) MISQ. BEACH FRONT INN (ATLANTIC AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM BOX ALARM
  • 04/16/2021: 2021/04/16 14:15:02 132 ATLANTIC AV #2015 - (MFD) MARIAS RESTAURANT (ATLANTIC AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM
  • 04/12/2021: 2021/04/12 10:36:06 149 ATLANTIC AV #2019 - (MFD) SANDY SHORE HOTEL (ATLANTIC AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM
  • 04/09/2021: 2021/04/09 16:49:10 1 BAY ST WESTERLY RESCUE ELEVATOR EMERGENCY 101 ONLY TO HANDLE
  • 04/03/2021: 2021/04/03 13:46:20 132 ATLANTIC AV #2015 - (MFD) MARIAS RESTAURANT (ATLANTIC AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM BOX ALARM ADD WHFD L104
  • 03/20/2021: http://911txt.co/r/wd/196557/2 2021/03/20 16:32:37 2 FORT RD WESTERLY WATER EMERGENCY TER FLOWING FROM THE APT
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  • 03/12/2021: http://911txt.co/r/wd/196179/65 2021/03/12 08:26:34 65 ATLANTIC AV #2013 - (MFD) PLEASANT VIEW MOTEL (ATLANTIC AV) WESTERLY BOX ALARM
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WHFD Practices Fire Attack Scenarios

Chief Robert Peacock, April 18

Watch Hill Firefighters took advantage of the sunny but cool weather this month to continue practicing various fire attack scenarios at the Watch Hill Motor Court.

Firefighters have visited the complex several times over the past six months to train and to practice various firefighting skills and evolutions within the motel complex.

As always, we sincerely appreciate the willingness of many of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chaplain Clayton "Cal" Lord at a recent training exercise.
Chaplain Clayton "Cal" Lord at a recent training exercise.

WHFD Fire Chaplain Discusses Firefighting in His Weekly Newspaper Column

Chief Robert Peacock, April 10

Please enjoy the attached newspaper article by our Watch Hill Fire Chaplain in which he reflects on his experiences as a firefighter.
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Ask A Firefighter Series: What You Can Do To Spring Into Fire Safety

Chief Robert Peacock, April 04

Please take a moment to read Captain Perkins latest article in the Westerly Sun concerning What You Can Do To Spring Into Fire Safety.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption WHFD is Always Searching for New Members

Captain Jane Perkins, March 28

Watch Hill Fire District is a combination department with both paid firefighters and volunteer firefighters.

If you are interested in learning more about the various volunteer roles available, please feel free to visit the station or call 401-348-8932.

... (Full Story & Photos)

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Welcome to Spring! Brush Fire Danger Remains High!

Chief Robert Peacock, March 21

The arrival of Spring means the weather is warmer, but the danger of brush fires is high. Recently, the risk of forest and brush fires has reached critical levels due to low humidity, lack of rain, strong winds, and bright sunshine.

The risk for forest fires typically increases in early spring, not long after the snow melts. During early spring, the sun is climbing high in the sky, and with no ... (Full Story & Photos)

The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning which means warm temperatures, very low humidity, and strong winds are expected to combine to produce a significantly increased risk of fire danger.
The National Weather Service has issued a Red Flag Warning which means warm temperatures, very low humidity, and strong winds are expected to combine to produce a significantly increased risk of fire danger.

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