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2022 Incidents
Month Fire Rescue Total
Jan. 32 115 147
Feb. 20 71 91
Mar. 22 86 108
April 30 108 138
May 19 106 125
June 40 105 145
July 42 111 152
Aug. 25 108 133
Sept. 29 101 130
Oct.
Nov.
Dec.
Total 259 911 1169

2021 Incidents
Month Fire Rescue Total
Jan. 23 54 77
Feb. 22 84 106
Mar. 20 101 121
April 17 82 99
May 36 92 128
June 32 85 117
July 32 118 150
Aug. 25 92 117
Sept. 26 96 122
Oct. 22 87 109
Nov. 29 85 114
Dec. 20 109 129
Total 304 1085 1389

Past Incidents
Year Fire Rescue Total
2012 372 717 1,089
2013 337 735 1,072
2014 293 747 1,040
2015 321 700 1,021
2016 305 757 1,062
2017 304 787 1,091
2018 300 915 1,215
2019 289 927 1,216
2020 311 917 1228
2021 304 1085 1389

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By Deputy Chiefs Mark Donnelly
July 22, 2022

On Friday July 22, 2022 at 10:29 PM, WRFD was activated for a residential structure fire on N. Wading River Rd. WRFD 2nd Assistant Chief Mark Donnelly (6-3-32) was on scene in less than 3 minutes and declared a “Working Fire”. Chief of Department Denise Gluck (6-3-30) and 1st Assistant Chief Kevin Berg (6-3-31) arrived shortly thereafter. Chief Gluck assumed Incident Command, Chief Berg Operations and Chief Donnelly Interior. Engine 6-3-11 arrived on scene and the crew put 2 hose lines into operation and with Chief Donnelly conducted a primary search of the residence. All visible fire was knocked extinguished within 15 minutes and the incident was declared under control within 22 minutes of activation. Rocky Point FD responded with 4 Chiefs (5-A7- 30, 31, 32, 33), 1 engine (5-A7-7) and 1 truck (5-A7-14). RPFD crews conducted a secondary search and helped with overhaul. Wading River 1st Responder (6-3-80) stood by at the scene to provide medical care if necessary. Ridge FD with 2 Chiefs (5-22-30,32) and 1 Engine (5-22-3) and Riverhead Volunteer Ambulance with 1 Chief (6-5-30) and Ambulance (6-5-19) were standing by at the WRFD Firehouse to handle any additional alarms. Brookhaven National Laboratory responded as the RiT (Rapid Intervention Team). Suffolk County Fire Rescue and Emergency Services coordinators 6-0-1 and 5-15-05 responded to assist the Chief. The Riverhead Fire Marshal was called to help with the investigation into the cause and origin of the fire. Riverhead Police also responded. Wading River in total responded with 17 members and 8 pieces of apparatus.
The Chiefs would like to thank the members and the mutual aid departments for their response and help at this incident.

Units: 6-3-30, 6-3-31, 6-3-32, 6-3-5, 6-3-10, 6-3-11, 6-3-17, 6-3-80,
 
Mutual Aid: Rocky Point FD: 5-A7-30, 5-A7-31, 5-A7-32, 5-A7-33, 5-A7-7, 5-A7-14,. Ridge FD: 5-22-30, 5-22-3, Riverhead Ambulance: 6-5-30, 6-5-19 Brookhaven National Laboratory FD: 5-20-5 SCDFRES Coordinators: 6-0-1, 5-15-05 Riverhead Town Fire Marshals: 6-0-40, 6-0-42
 

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