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The Shelton Fire Department is always looking for new volunteers. As a member you will be provided with all the necessary training and equipment. If you think you can handle the heat and would make a good volunteer firefighter click the button below to get started.

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Chief Officers
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Francis T. Jones III

FIRE CHIEF
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Paul J. Wilson

DEPUTY CHIEF
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The Shelton Fire Department wants to remind you of a few safety tips for the impending snow storm: * Make sure you clear the snow from around your exterior furnace vents* take breaks when shoveling, do over exert yourself.* Stay off the roads. Avoid leaving your home until the roads are cleared.* Charge your cell phone.* Ensure your generator is functioning properly and at least 30’ feet from any windows and doors. DO NOT operate it in your garage!* Help us, help you… If you have a fire hydrant on your property, please clear the snow away from it so we can get to it in a timely manner.Thank you and STAY SAFE!!

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Another tragic day for the fire service. The Baltimore City Fire Department lost 3 Firefighters and one remains in critical condition. Our thoughts and prayers are with BCFD and the Families of Firefighters Sadler, Lacayo and Butrim as well as the Firefighter battling for his life.

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***Press Release***Date: January 24, 2022Time: 7:13amLocation: Route 8 SouthNature: MVA with extrication At around 7:15am, companies 1 and 3 of the Shelton Fire Department were requested to respond to RT 8 southbound in the area of exit 13 for the motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival of the FD it was determined that a pregnant female operator was heavily pinned inside a vehicle that came to rest off of the roadway. Crews from Squad 1 and Rescue 30 stabilized the vehicle prior to conducting a roof and door removal to free the patient. As members were extricating the trapped operator, 2 pediatric patients were packaged and transported to a local trauma facility by Echo Hose Ambulance. Once the patient was removed, she was placed in the care of Storm Ambulance who transported the patient to a local hospital for evaluation. Approximate 12 members with Squad 1, Rescue 30 and Utility 4 operated under the command of Assistant Chief Bob Finta. Derby Fire Chief David Lenart was operations.

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Chief Officers
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Francis T. Jones III

FIRE CHIEF
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Paul Wilson

DEPUTY CHIEF
Shelton Fire On Facebook

The Shelton Fire Department wants to remind you of a few safety tips for the impending snow storm: * Make sure you clear the snow from around your exterior furnace vents* take breaks when shoveling, do over exert yourself.* Stay off the roads. Avoid leaving your home until the roads are cleared.* Charge your cell phone.* Ensure your generator is functioning properly and at least 30’ feet from any windows and doors. DO NOT operate it in your garage!* Help us, help you… If you have a fire hydrant on your property, please clear the snow away from it so we can get to it in a timely manner.Thank you and STAY SAFE!!

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Another tragic day for the fire service. The Baltimore City Fire Department lost 3 Firefighters and one remains in critical condition. Our thoughts and prayers are with BCFD and the Families of Firefighters Sadler, Lacayo and Butrim as well as the Firefighter battling for his life.

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***Press Release***Date: January 24, 2022Time: 7:13amLocation: Route 8 SouthNature: MVA with extrication At around 7:15am, companies 1 and 3 of the Shelton Fire Department were requested to respond to RT 8 southbound in the area of exit 13 for the motor vehicle accident. Upon arrival of the FD it was determined that a pregnant female operator was heavily pinned inside a vehicle that came to rest off of the roadway. Crews from Squad 1 and Rescue 30 stabilized the vehicle prior to conducting a roof and door removal to free the patient. As members were extricating the trapped operator, 2 pediatric patients were packaged and transported to a local trauma facility by Echo Hose Ambulance. Once the patient was removed, she was placed in the care of Storm Ambulance who transported the patient to a local hospital for evaluation. Approximate 12 members with Squad 1, Rescue 30 and Utility 4 operated under the command of Assistant Chief Bob Finta. Derby Fire Chief David Lenart was operations.

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