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JM15

2014 Run Numbers

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So how many calls did you do during 2014? Breakdown by fire or EMS

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I know I'm not in the greater NYC area anymore, so just to be safe Jon, I'll officially take us out of the running for that trophy you're giving out... :rolleyes:

Morningside Volunteer Fire Department

Prince George's County, MD Station 827

Engine 827: 1,056

Rescue-Engine 827: 977

Rescue Squad 827: 1,853

Ambulance 827: 2,824

Total: 6,709*

That's with minimum staffing of 3 interior on the Engine, 4 on the Rescue Squad, and 3 or 4 on the Rescue Engine depending on if its responding as an Engine Company or a Special Service. Ambulance is with 2 EMTs minimum, obviously. Though most of the time we run heavier than the minimum. As I've mentioned before we're staffed 24/7 with volunteers.

*Note: Some of those responses are incidents in which 2 or 3 pieces responded to the same call. I don't have the ability to break down how many unique incident numbers we went on, that kind of thing has to come from Communications, these are the numbers from our logbook. Some of those calls that suppression pieces went on are to assist EMS, but again I can't separate that data.

Edited by SageVigiles
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Croton Had 369 Total Fire Runs For 2014

Edited by Engine120

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Mahopac VFD 1100 total Runs

EMS 759 (Includes PIAA's)

Fire 341

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Somers:

Fire- 519

EMS- 1,583

Total- 2,102ish

MVA's are counted as EMS runs.

City of Danbury Fire Department (CT):

10,659

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Yorktown Fire :589

Millwood Fire: 274

Continental Village Fire: 181

Katonah Fire: 338

Goldens Bridge Fire: 260

Pound Ridge Fire:307

Vista Fire:253

Croton Falls: 622

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Brewster Fire Department (Putnam County) had 2,136 calls, between Fire-Rescue calls and EMS in 2014. Don't have the EMS vs Fire-Rescue calls breakdown.

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Some buff guy, check ya sources. Yorktown did 607.

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How about posting the numbers that mean something; i.e. Response times, # of INTERIOR FFs per call, etc?

Well then, go ahead.

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Bedford Hills Fire: 428

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Well then, go ahead.

You first, you have waaaaay more info than I could muster.

Once I can compile my agency's numbers, I'll gladly share.

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You sure showed him, a whole 18 runs he missed :rolleyes:

That was really my point, albeit reading back on it, it didn't come out clear at all. Run numbers mean absolute jack. It's stats like BFD1054 is asking for that really matter.

How about posting the numbers that mean something; i.e. Response times, # of INTERIOR FFs per call, etc?

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*Out of Area*

Owings Mills Vol. Fire Co.

Baltimore County, MD Station 31

Fire - 2,460

Ems - 3,501

Busiest Volunteer Fire Company in Baltimore County.

Edited by PM3049

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NYC EMS 1,600,000

What year was that? NYC*EMS went out of business almost 20 years ago. :D

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FDNY: total of 519,798 runs for the Fire Suppression units, broken down as follows: structural fires- 26,531; non-structural fires-15,512; emergencies-226,724; medical emergencies- 231,122; malicious false alarms- 19,909. The EMS Bureau did well over a million calls in addition to these numbers. The year 2014 was the busiest year in terms of total alarms.

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I have a question for our Maryland brothers.

Does everyone in MD walk around with a lit match?

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I have a question for our Maryland brothers.

Does everyone in MD walk around with a lit match?

Not everyone in MD, just Prince George's and Baltimore City... Haha

The majority of PG County is a low income area, especially after all the military families moved out and DC started being gentrified. Our Battalion borders Southeast DC, which is somewhere between Dodge City and Baghdad in terms of violence. Plenty of gang and drug activity in the county, I beleive during the 90's PG had one of the highest murder rates in America. Also lots of garden apartment buildings with no sprinkler systems, and just generally crappy building construction all over the place. It's not a nice place to live (with the exception of a few towns) but it's a helluva place to be a Fireman. Not too many other places where volunteers can get the fire experience you can get down here. (Or up here, in your case.)

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Haha yea trying to be PC. I know if I put FDNY 1.6 mill people will be "there were voluntary units doing runs with that..."

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Port Chester , nobody left to do reports ?

Not like you left at the beginning of the year. You could have done most of them

Now next years going to be different....

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Town of Bethel CT

Fire - 845

EMS - 2060

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Some buff guy, check ya sources. Yorktown did 607.

wrong yokrtown did 611

Breakdown is as follows

Automatic Fire Alarms- 236

CO Alarms- 42

Structural fire related Calls (IE house fire, building fire, chimney fires)- 22

Mutual Aid Request (FASTeam, Dive Team, Engine, Tanker, Ladder, etc)- 43

Utility Assist- 78

Smoke Investigations-43

Motor Vehicle Accidents- 78

Vehicle Fires- 14

Haz-Mat Related- 31

Brush/Outside Fire/ Misc- 24

this comes from YHFD facebook page

Edited by Spartan052

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