nbspFarmington Fire and Victor Farmington Ambulance responded to a vehicle fire on Plastermill Road under the Route 332 bridge. On arrival 80 reported a vehicle upside down fully involved on the railroad tracks. nbspSheriff Deputies on scene reported the female victim out of the vehicle with minor injuries. nbspFarmington fire assisted with lighting the scene to aid deputies in their investigation after the fire was extinguished. nbspSheriff Deputies determined the intoxicated female lost control of her vehicle on route 332 plunging off the bridge 20 to the railroad tracks below. Farmington called back at 0313. Responding units 80 811 832 871.
nbspFishers Fire and Victor Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corp. with automatic mutual aid from Farmington Fire were dispatched for a SUV vs tractor trailor at mile marker 351 westbound on the NYS Thruway Fishers 90 and Farmington 80 arrived on scene with a tractor trailor on its side leaking fuel and a badly damaged SUV both blocking the left lane. nbspFishers engine 911 reported 2 check overs only and 100 gallon diesel spill Farmington assisted Fishers with spill containment and returned to service at 1805. nbspFishers remained on scene for several more hours. nbspResponding units Fishers 90 901 911 912 and 971. Farmington 80 812 832 and 871. nbspVictor Fire stood by in quarters for both Fishers and Farmington. nbspState Police determined the SUV made an illegal u-turn in front of the tractor trailer causing the wreck.
Lynn Angarano and Adam Snell
pFarmington Fire and Victor Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corp were toned out for a two vehicle crash at State Route 96 and County Road 8. A further update by a Sheriff Deputy reported entrapment.nbsp 801 amp 803 arrived on scene and confirmed one person trapped.nbsp Rescue pumpers 811 amp 812 responded . The extrication was completed within 10 minutes with VFVAC transporting 3 patients.nbsp Also assisting at the scene Ontario County Sheriffs Office and Farmington Fire Police.nbsp Units were back in service at 2112p
pVictor Fire with Farmington Fire were dispatched bynbspOntario County 911 to a reported chimney fire on County Road 41.nbsp Victor 2701 on scene reported heavy smoke from the chimney and no extension was fond in the attic or surrounding walls.nbsp ppResponding units were Victor 2701 Ladder 2781 Rescue Pumper 2711 Farmington Rescue pumper 811 and Heavy Rescue 871.nbsp Units called backed at 1430.ppnbspp
pAs Farmington Fire was finishing up at the scene of a minor vehicle crash the tones were dropped for a refuse truck leaking fluid in the Doe Haven residential development. Responding were 803 Rescue Pumpers 812 amp 811 and Rescue 871.nbsp 811 on location reported a small trail of Hydraulic fluid throughout the neighborhoodnbsp 803 further reported a large spill of at least 50 gallons under a refuse truck and trailing down Hanover Road for about 250.nbsp Car 1 NYSDEC and Farmington Highway were requested to respond.nbsp Speedy dry and stone dust were applied by Farmington Town HighwaynbspDeptnbspand the area cleaned up under the supervision of NYSDED spill response manager.nbsp Victor Fire stood-by for Farmington.nbsp Units called back in service at 1430.ppnbspppAlong with this call Farmington responded to a minor MVA CO detector activation and mutual-aid to Macedon for a possible chimney fire all with a 2 12 hour period.p
pFarmington Fire was toned out for fire alarms activated in a Saratoga Crossing Town Home complex.nbsp Pumper Tanker 832 responded with a full crew and upon arrival was met by neighbors reporting alarms going off in a next door home. nbsp 832 crew investigated bynbspconducting a 360 degree finding nothing visible and requested a sheriff deputy as force able entry was being considered.nbsp After raising a ladder to a 2nd floor window a firefighternbsp encountered a heavy smell of smoke.nbsp Forced entry was made at the front door and smoke was encountered. 832 then requested a response from Victor Fire to the scene.nbsp Interior crewsnbspfoundnbsp a pan burning on the stove and primary search found a lone adult occupant who became verbally combative and would not leave the structure.nbsp Sheriff Deputies removed the occupant and the structure was ventilated.nbsp The occupant refused a check over by Victor Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corp.nbspppFarmington called back at responding units – Farmington 807 Engine 832 Vitor 270 27012702 p
pAs a thunderstorm pasted over the area Farmington Fire was dispatched for a brush fire in the area of Cline and Brownsville Roads.nbsp 801 arrived on scene and reported primary lines down and burning.nbsp RGampE was requested to the scene while fire police and the crew from Pumper Tanker 832 secured the area.nbsp Farmington called back in service at 1645.p
pA 5 gas main along E. Main Street in Shortsville was hot and severed by a village D.P.W. backhoe.nbsp This requirednbsp the evacuation of a village neighborhood block.nbsp Shortsville command requested a full response form Manchester a pumper from Clifton Springs to the scene and one pumper from Farmington to cover both the villages of Shortsville and Manchester.nbsp Farmington was then requested to the scene for manpower and to assist with water supply.nbsp It took gas crews from NYSEG about 3.5 hours to splice in a 2 diversion line and control the leak.nbsp Farmington called back in service at 1500.nbsp Victor Fie stood-by in their quarters for Farmington.p
pFarmington is now utilizingnbsp the Ontario County 700MHZ radio system.nbsp All radio equipment – stations mobile and portable are installed and operational.nbsp The county 911 center should be fully functional along with UHF dispatching by October 9th 2013.p
pOur new Chiefs vehicle replaces our 10 year old used Tahoe.nbsp Final Cost after outfitting was just over 40000. Includes a command center utilizing the countys new 700 radio systemp
pFarmington Fire and Victor Farmington Volunteer Ambulance Corp were dispatched to County Road 8 and Allen Padgham Road for a two car crash with entrapment.nbsp 80 and Rescue Pumper 811 arrived on scene and confirmed one entrapment. One door was popped and the occupant was packaged by VFVAC with minor injuries.nbsp ppAlso responding were Rescue Pumper 812 Farmington Fire Police and the Ontario County Sheriffs office.p
pM.A.B.A.S. was activated for a fork lift fire inside a large warehouse facility on County Road 8 in Farmingtons district.nbsp Farmington 803 and Victor 270 arrived on scene with employee reports of the fire knocked down with a haze of smoke in the structure.nbsp Upon further investigation the assignment was reduced to Engine 832 and Ladder 2781.nbsp Anbsp small oil fire was extinguished on the engine and the unit was towed outside.ppUnits called back in service at 0410.p
pFarmington and Victor Fire were toned out under M.A.B.A.S. for smoke in a residential home.nbsp Farmington 832 and Victor 2711 responded with full crews. 803 arrived on scene and reported nothing showing on A side of a large two story residential. The interior crew reported no smoke visible but a sulfur odor was detected.nbsp A thorough investigation found no apparent cause later a small child admitted to playing with matches and sparklers in his room hiding the remains under boxes in his closet.nbsp Units back in service at 1245.p
pFarmington was dispatched to fill-in at Macedons Fire Hall as they had responded mutual aid to Macedon Center for a structure fire.nbsp Rescue pumper 812 responded with a crew of 4.nbsp Farmington called back in service at 1516.p