Welcome to the
Perth Volunteer Fire Company Inc.
Alarms to date in 2019 : 362
Total Alarms for 2018: 329
October new member:
Welcome back Firefighter William Boswell
Thursday (Nov. 7, 2019) @ 6PM is the town of Perth meeting @ town hall with Town and Fire budget hearings.
Come show your support!
In Memory of Captain Matt Phillips of the Providence Volunteer Fire Department who had started his volunteer career with the Perth Volunteer Fire Company as an Explorer at the age of 14. Matt was taken from us way to young on July 5, 2014 in a tragic motorcycle accident! He was a fourth generation volunteer firefighter.
Matt, you will always be in our hearts and never forgotten! Until we meet again brother!
View the 2018 Perth Volunteer Fire Company's News Letter!
In a fire, seconds count. Seconds can mean the difference between residents of our community escaping safely from a fire or having their lives end in tragedy.That’s why this year’s Fire Prevention Week theme: “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out!” is so important. It reinfor...
Across the country, Fire,EMS and Police emergency responses are delayed as they are unable to locate the correct address. When someone calls 911 for an emergency, emergency responders are dispatched to that address, for example "Perth fire respond to 1234 Main Street". If you're ...
At 2318 hours Perth units were dispatched to a one car MVA on Sacandaga Rd. Perth Chief 12-5-2 and Engine 12-1-1 arrived to find the vehicle had collided into a telephone pole. Gavac on scene to complete patient care while Perth units secured the vehicle. All units back in service at 2353 hour...
At 0347 hours Perth was requested to stand-by in our station while Hagaman Fire Department was out on a mutual aid structure fire on Truax Rd in Cranesville district. Units relieved from stand-by at 0723 hours with 13 members responding.
Dispatched at 2000 hours to State Highway 30 for a repair shop that had a vehicle on a lift that started on fire while repairing it. Perth Chiefs12-5-1, 12-5-2, 12-5-3, engine 12-1-1 and 12-1-2 arrived on scene to find the fire was mostly extinguished by the owner with dry chem extinguishers. Perth ...
Dispatched at 0132 hours with Gavac for a 1 vehicle MVA roll over with 3 passengers trapped inside. Perth Chief 12-5-1 arrived to find the truck on its side with 1 passenger inside still, unable to climb out. Perth 12-5-2, engine 12-1-2, utility 12-4-2 and 12-4-1 arrived on scene ladders were placed...
Dispatched with Gavac for a 1 car MVA, vehicle in the ditch. Perth Chief 12-5-1 arrived on scene to find the vehicle off the road, no injuries reported, FCSO on scene. Per Deputy, units cleared and Perth engine 12-1-2 was cancelled en-route.
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