Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire Rescue

18-20 Riverside Road P.O. Box 783 • Sandy Hook, CT 06482

Hours

Phone
(203) 270-4392

Contact
Chief Bill Halstead

Business Bio

http://www.sandyhookfire.com

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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue

This is the official Facebook account for Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company, based in Sandy Hook, Connecticut. For additional information about our company, visit SandyHookFire.com. Comments and questions are welcome. However, those that are libelous, slanderous or defamatory will not be tolerated. Repeat offenders will be blocked.
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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & RescueApril 17, 2018 10:46am
A NOTE TO RESIDENTS OF OUR FIRE DISTRICT:
Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company does not solicit donations over the phone.

It has come to our attention that residents of Fairfield County, including many in Sandy Hook and Newtown, have received calls in recent weeks from people claiming to represent their local volunteer fire company. If you receive such a call — especially if the person says they are a member of our company, or calling on behalf of this company — it is a phishing call.

Please do not give them any of your personal information. Try to make note of the phone number the person is calling from, and what your Caller ID says the person’s name or organization is, and then hang up. Contact Newtown Police (203-270-4255) or Connecticut Better Business Bureau (860-740-4500 or bbb.org/Connecticut) and report what happened.

Sandy Hook will begin its annual fund drive soon. Those who live within our district should receive a letter from us within the next few weeks, asking you to consider a tax-deductible donation to our company. In late July or early August, we will be doing our annual door-to-door appeal. Our members will be wearing shirts with our company logo as well as photo ID tags when they visit homes and businesses within Sandy Hook at that time.

Thank you,
The Officers & Members of Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company
Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue
Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & RescueApril 10, 2018 10:52am
Between three calls yesterday, we also had our weekly work session at the main station and the monthly officers' meeting. Visit our website to see who also stopped by the firehouse to offer help to our Deputy Chief for a few hours.
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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & RescueMarch 30, 2018 11:57am
Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company extends its deepest sympathies to the Connecticut State Police following the death on Thursday, March 29, of Trooper First Class Kevin Miller, who died from injuries sustained during on-duty motor vehicle accident on I-84 East in Tolland.
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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & RescueMarch 24, 2018 11:28am
Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue extends its condolences to two fire departments that suffered three line of duty deaths this week.

FDNY Engine Company 69 Firefighter Michael R. Davidson, 37; York (PA) City Department of Fire/Rescue Services Firefighter Zachary Anthony, 29; and York (PA) City Department of Fire/Rescue Services Firefighter Ivan Flanscha, 50, all died on Thursday, March 22.

Please visit the Always Remember: LODD page on our website to learn more about these men (and others) who gave the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty:
http://sandyhookfire.com/custom.html?id=19610
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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & Rescue added 2 new photos.March 23, 2018 11:33am
Delays on I84 East between exit 10 & 11. One vehicle is rolled over after striking a DOT vehicle on the side of the highway working.
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Sandy Hook Volunteer Fire & RescueMarch 10, 2018 6:22am
Sandy Hook firefighters have cleared Rte. 34 but it remains closed between Bennett’s Bridge and Pole Bridge Rd while crews repair snapped utility pole.