Since 1940, the Southbury
Training School (STS) Fire
Department & Emergency Medical
Services has served residents,
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The Southbury Volunteer Firemen's Association, Inc.is a private, member governed corporation, operating as a non-profit organization and is chartered for the purpose of providing emergency service to the community. Serving a rural territory which includes several miles of Interstate 84, single family homes, industrial, heavy commercial, institutional, and some multi-family occupancies. Founded in 1932, we operate out of 4 facilities, with 16 specialty fire vehicles, and 107 department members. The Department provides services including Fire Suppression, Motor Vehicle Extrication, Operations level Hazardous Materials handling, Confined Space, and Water Rescue to the community.
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When You See a Blue Light, Pull to the Right.Volunteer Firefighters are required to display a flashing blue light to warn motorists while responding to emergencies in their personal vehicles. Although Connecticut Motor Vehicle Law does not require motorists to pull to over to the right, be courteous and let them pass.
The members of SVFA decided to hold a "Patch Contest" where several amazing ideas were entered. However the winning patch goes to Assistant ChiefDan Tomascak for his incorporation of the Pomperaug High School Panther. We are selling the patches for $5 each, if you are interested please get into contact with Sarah Palmer or JD McAulay! Thank you!
On Saturday afternoon members responded to an AT&T truck partially rolled over near Stonegate Rd. Hazmat situation with oil/hydraulic fluid getting into small creek. Very small amounts were lost. Rescue 1, Car 1, Car 4 and Car 7 responded....
At approximately 16:20 hours Southbury was called mutual aid to Middlebury for a structure fire. Originally 2 tankers were asked to respond. Tanker 11 and Tanker 9 along with Car 2 responded. About a half hour later an engine was asked to respond for man power assistance. Engine 5 with a full c...
On Friday morning around 5:30 AM SVFA was dispatched to Romatic Manufacturing for an alarm which quickly turned into a confirmed structure fire. Upon arrival fire was already through the roof. Firefighters worked diligently to get apparatus set up and water flowing. Car 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, and 7 were all...
On April 19 at approximately 17:00, SVFA members were dispatched to a brush fire behind Heritage Hotel. The wind picked up causing the fire to spread, but members were able to extinguish the fire quickly. Apparatus on scene was Brush 3, Engine 7 and Engine 6. Officers on scene were Car 1, 3, 4, 5, a...
Early this morning crews were dispatched to an address on Old Waterbury Rd for a vehicle fire around 4:40AM. Upon arrival Car 7 found a full involved pick up that was parked next to the side of the house. Engine 5, Engine 6, Tanker 9 and Rescue 1 were apparatus on scene along with Cars 1, 4, 5 and 7...
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