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Updated: Feb. 01 (05:59)

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WATER RESCUE CONNECTICUT COLLEGE ARBORETUM
Group 1 members perform cold water rescue
CUTLER ST CAR FIRE
Car fire near a house with quick knockdown.
2ND ALARM
NLFF's respond to 514 Ocean Ave. for a 2nd alarm, heavy fire on arrival.
WHALING CITY FORD
FFs battle a stubborn fire in the roof assembly.
New London Firefighters Local 1522. Thank you for visiting our site.
New London Fire Headquarters
Our members are working hard to keep New London safe.
BRIGGS ST ROLLOVER.
L-1522 members extricate accident victim.
We do much more than fight fires.
Members conduct public fire education.
BOAT FIRE
New London Firefighters
Acting Lieutenant John O'Connor
Killed in the line of duty on Feb. 1, 1993 at 2nd alarm, 91 Truman St.

 Important info: 

 Please remember that the incidents you read about below are more "newsworthy" than our everyday type of incident.  Local 1522 takes great pride in handling many of our responses without "fanfare".  We respond to over 6,000 calls for service per year with an average response time of approx. 3 minutes.  The calls we are most proud of are the heart attacks or the "small fires" that are kept under control by responding quickly, effectively, and efficiently. 

We would not be able to complete our mission without the support of the residents of the City of New London.  Thank you!

What's New at IAFF 1522
Retirement Party

A retirement party will be held on Friday 2/6/15 for retired Lieutenant Todd Chilleri. Lt. Chilleri was hired in 1988 and promoted to Lieutenant in  November of 2000. Lt. Chilleri retired on 11/1/14. The party will be held at the Birds Eye on Jefferson Ave. starting at 5 p.m.. Tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased from Trish at Fire Headquarters. Congratulations Chill and thank you for your many years of faithful service.

Passing of Retired Firefighter Dane Sebastian

Local 1522 is sad to announce the passing of retired Firefighter Dane Sebastian. Funeral services will be held at 10 am Thursday at the St. James Episcopal Church 76 Federal St, New London. Calling hours will be held at Byles Memorial Home, 99 Huntington St. from 3 to 6 pm on Wednesday 2/4/15. A full obituary will be posted in The Day paper tomorrow. Our condolences to the Sebastian family.

Blizzard of 2015

           

Members responded to numerous calls during the recent blizzard. Some of the unplowed streets were a challenge for both our personnel and equipment. Through the EOC, a coordinated response with public works and the fire department helped manage the situation. Companies responded to 40 calls during the storm. Another great job by the members of Local 1522.

Passing of Retired Firefighter John Clark

It is with deepest regret Local 1522 announces the passing of Retired Firefighter John Clark. John came on the job in 1984 and retired in 2001. At John's request, there are no services being planned at this time. Our condolences to his family.

Rest in peace John.

I 95 South MVA

On 1/18/15 Group 1 responded to an MVA on I 95 South near the Williams St. off ramp. All on duty units responded to the scene where they found 22 vehicles involved with 15 injuries, 2 being serious. Ambulances from Waterford, Groton, Mystic River and the Sub Base were called to the scene. Picture below provided by Chief Kydd.

42 1/2 Jefferson Ave.

At 20:39 hours, a fire was reported at 42 1/2 Jefferson Ave. On arrival found heavy fire coming from the front of the structure. Residents next door reported that one female may have been trapped in the building. A primary and secondary search were completed with no occupants found. The tenant had smelled smoke and exited the building prior to our arrival. Companies made a quick knockdown but remained on scene for extensive overhaul. All New London units responded to the scene with the help of the Sub Base "FAST" team.

Two Car MVA 1/16/15

Group 3 responded to Bank and Spring for a two car MVA with two minor injuries. A-11, A-100, A-25 and a mutual aid ambulance from WTFD (W-100) responded to the scene. A-400 was on another call.

Xavier Getting Dirty

This years New London High School Intern has taken a liking to the fire service. Xavier is a senior at New London High School and chose to do his intern project with the New London Firefighters. Xavier completed his internship but has really become interested in the work we do. Xavier has spent time in all three firehouses and has also ridden along with the fire marshals office. Xavier has been issued his own set of gear and takes turns riding on A-11 or A-100 out of Headquarters. Tonight Xavier was first due to the structure fire at 42 1/2 Jefferson Ave. Xavier assisted the on duty crews by spreading sand on the ice that quickly formed from extinguishing the fire. Below is a picture of Xavier helping clean the equipment after getiing back to the station. Great job Xavier!

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