The Stamford Fire and Rescue Department (SFRD) provides fire suppression and rescue, as well as first-responder emergency medical services alongside five volunteer fire departments(Glenbrook, Belltown, Springdale, Turn of River, and Long Ridge) to the City of Stamford, Connecticut. The paid Stamford Fire and Rescue Department and the five all-volunteer fire departments protect a growing population of 125,109 residents living in 38 square miles.
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... Fire protection in the city of Stamford is provided by the paid Stamford Fire Rescue Department(SFRD) and 5 all-volunteer Fire Departments Glenbrook-New Hope, Belltown ... The Stamford Fire Rescue Department operates out of 7 Fire Stations(including 2 Substations) and share quarters with 2 volunteer fire departments(Glenbrook-New Hope and Springdale) ... The 5 all-volunteer fire departments' primary response districts include the Northern, more residential sections of the city, from Downtown to the New York State border ...
... Each unit operated by the Stamford Fire Rescue Department and the five volunteer fire departments in the city of Stamford holds a unique units number ... Command Vehicle) Unit 10(Utility Unit) Unit 16A(Technical Rescue Trailer) Unit 18(Transport Unit) Unit 30(Glenbrook-New Hope Volunteer Command Unit) Unit 35(Glenbrook-New Hope Volunteer Utility ...
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—Howard Moss (b. 1922)
“The LORD went in front of them in a pillar of cloud by day, to lead them along the way, and in a pillar of fire by night, to give them light, so that they might travel by day and by night. Neither the pillar of cloud by day nor the pillar of fire by night left its place in front of the people.”
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