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We serve 19,000 residents of Bethel, CT with
Fire, Rescue & EMS response 24 hours a day
Well folks it is over with a great turnout. See below note from Chief Galliford.
“Big thanks to Lt Magyar, Chris Strolin, and AJ as well as our WCHN Paramedics for organizing and running Saturdays Hands only CPR class.
We had close to 50 people!, from young kids to older adults come and learn some quick, simple CPR that may help save a life! It was a great community pub Ed and public relations event.
Thank you to them for an awesome event!
Great job Guys!”
We lost a great Chief and Friend Emile Racenet
Emile joined Stony Hill FD in 1963 and served as Chief from 1983-1985. He served close to 40 years with our Company. He helped bring the department into the modern era through many projects and safety upgrades, sitting on the committee to purchase Engine 1 (now Engine 11), a 1983 Pierce Pumper that now serves the entire Town of Bethel as a reserve apparatus. He was the epitome of a no nonsense, hard working firefighter and Boss. He touched the lives of many both thru the FD and in his personal life and will be missed. Rest In Peace Chief, we got it from here. For more info on this great man click here. Also click on our Facebook page.
Services was held at SHFD on Sunday on May 22 at 11AM. Thank you for you support.
Watch this video on what to do in the event you have a grease fire. Never panic, stay calm, think and you can save a life and your home. If you feel you can not do this then get everyone out and call 911, we will do the rest.
Keep your eyes open for SHFD members wearing new “Strike Team” shirts with these patches.
The Stony Hill team looks forward to serving and protecting the Bethel community to the best of their ability. If you are interested in joining, please contact the Stony Hill Vol. Fire Department at 59 Stony Hill Rd., Bethel, Conn.
Friends, it takes a special person to volunteer their personal time to serve and protect so that we can stay safe in Stony Hill. Please take a moment and let them know you are thankful. Just drop us a quick email.
Please keep all Fire/EMS and the people in our care in your prayers when you hear the siren or see a blue light pass by. If you see us coming please pull to the right and let us by, It could mean life or death. Thank you.
Hey, click on the “Home” tab and check out the “Safety Tip” page, be safe.
The Stony Hill Volunteers would like to ask you, our friends, families and neighbors to take extra time this up coming summer.
Please do not text while driving.
Remember to have a designated driver if you are drinking.
Have a safe summer, your family depends on your choices.
From all of us. Love life, be safe.
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