Among the many calls that we have had to respond to in the first quarter of this year, we also held elections for Officers of Fountain Fire Company and the Hamilton Fire Department. Elections for Company officers were held in February.
Amid the chaos and new rules of the COVID pandemic, the members of Fountain Fire Company were able to carry on the tradition of bringing in a new class of Colgate students for the fall of 2020. A modified open house and interview process were employed to ensure that we were still meeting the require...
The members of the Hamilton Fire Department regret to announce the unfortunate and untimely death of Clark Perkins. Valued member of the Hamilton Fire Department, Colgate University Class of 2018 and Marine Corp 1st Lieutenant.We Have no words to describe how much he will be missed.Talented, polite,...
Some of the highlights from the past few months:Covid shut down everything in Hamilton, and all Colgate students were sent home. Fountain Fire Company saw the need to keep as many of our student members in town, and ready for response.
Just before 9:00 this morning, Hamilton Fire was alerted on the automatic box with Earlville for a Structure fire @ 14 West Main in the Earlville Village. Engine 194 responded and was given the RIT assignment by Sherburne Chief Casscles who had command.
Just after 3:30 this afternoon, Hamilton Fire and SOMAC ambulance were dispatched to a car vs pole MVC on Eaton St.. in the village. 195 arrived finding the driver out of the vehicle. The crew secured the vehicle hazards and controlled traffic.
@ approximately 1:40 this afternoon, Hamilton Fire and Madison Ambulance were dispatched to a motor vehicle crash -Truck vs Tree, 12B north in front of the Price Chopper. Madison County Car 1 arrived with 1 patient self extricated on the ground.
Just after 0200am on 12/25/21, the Hamilton Fire Department was requested to respond mutual aid to Eaton with a heavy rescue to assist in an extrication. The initial call was for a pickup truck into a pole with the driver trapped but uninjured.