Monday, September 14, 2015  Training with Winhall, South Londonderry, and Wardsboro Fire Departments.

Photo by Chris Liller

Photo by Chris Liller

Photo by Chris Liller

Photo by Chris Liller


Tower 1 on Display at Stratton July 4th Celebration

Saturday, July 4, 2015 



Engine 1

Saturday, April 4, 2015  Our new Engine 1 was put into service on Saturday.



DART Landing Zone

Saturday, February 28, 2015   Establishing a night time DART landing zone on the mountain.



2nd Alarm Fire at Stratton Base Lodge

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 604 The Fire Company responded to an alarm with sprinkler flow at the Stratton Mountain Base Lodge Tuesday morning.  With inital reports of smoke in the building a first alarm was struck.  With addition reports being recieved of fire in the building a 2nd alarm was struck bring in mutual aid from Winhall, South Londonderry, Jamaica, Wardsboro, West Dover, Manchester, Wilmington, Londonderry Rescue, and Stratton Mountian Rescue.



North Brookwood Car Fire

Thursday, February 12, 2015  Car fire on North Brookwood.



1st Alarm Fire in Winhall

Friday, January 23, 2015  Stratton assisting Winhall at a First Alarm fire at Piper Ridge.



Stone's Lodge Fire in Winhall

Thursday, July 3, 2014 



Bondville St. Patrick's Parade

Sunday, March 17, 2013 



Fire Prevention

Monday, October 15, 2012  On October 2nd, the Stratton Mountain and South Londonderry fire departments visited the primary grades at Flood Brook School. The volunteer firefighters walked in the classrooms dressed in full gear, including masks, which in the words of one child “made them sound like Darth Vader in Star Wars!” One of their goals was to eliminate the fear that children sometimes have when seeing a fireman. They want to ensure that in a real-life situation, a child would not be afraid to go to them.
Later, when the firemen were outside showing the fire truck and all its equipment, they rescued the soccer balls from the roof, then gave Principal Neal McIntyre a ride in the bucket of the ladder truck. He was taken over 100 ft. up in the air as kids screeched and cheered him on. A great big thank you goes to the Stratton Mountain and South Londonderry fire departments from the FBUS community.
Article and Photo from Flood Brook School



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