Your Invited to the 47th Annual Jamboree Wed May 15th to Sat May 18th!
Approximately 20 members of Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department responded to the town’s first structure fire of 2013,
at a residence on Freedom Drive. There were no reported injuries at the scene.
The fire was under control within the hour, the emergency scene did not clear until approximately 10:00 p.m. with firefighters,
conducted overhaul; assisting the Fire Marshal with his investigation; and extensive repacking of fire apparatus due to frozen hose
and the couplings that join them.
WHO: Approximately 27 members of Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department responded to the town’s first plane crash, in memory.
WHAT: Canton volunteer firefighters/EMTs spent a long, cold night into the early morning hours, locating then extricating
the two victims of a single engine airplane that crashed on Onion Mountain.
HOW: While firefighters/EMTs searched the Mountain on foot, state police helicopter Trooper 1, searched overhead. Once Trooper 1
located the wreckage, they guided the ground crews to it. The wreckage was found about a 30-minute hike up the Mountain.
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Town of Canton Volunteer Fire and EMS are looking Firefighters and EMT's.
Have you ever wanted to be a firefighter or emergency medical technician?
We can make you one. We will pay for training and give you a place to practice what you
learn while making a difference in the community.No cost to you or obligation we will answer
all your questions and maybe tomorrow you too can be helping out your neighbor as a member of
the Town of Canton Fire and EMS.
Fill out the Member Application and bring it to any three Stations on a Monday Night or call (860) 693-7858.
Town of Canton Fire and EMS Department Member Application
From the Desk of Fire & EMS Chief Rich Hutchings Town of Canton Volunteer Fire & EMS Department
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