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Pulaski FD responds to record number of incidents

Pulaski Fire Department responded to a record number of incidents over the past fiscal year, according to its annual report.
During the 2008-09 fiscal year, which began July 1, 2008 and ended Tuesday, the department responded to 359 incidents.
The record had been 356.
While 54 of the incidents occurred outside the town limits in Pulaski County, 305 were inside the town.
According to Chief Bill Webb,
Total estimated value of property involved in the incidents was $2,642,400. The estimated property loss was about half that amount at $1,292,075.
Webb points out that while the loss value of the town’s train station is listed at $1 million, the estimated replacement cost is $2 million.
The department held 12 business meetings during the year. Firefighters also participated in 64 hours of training.
For the month of June, the department responded to 35 calls, with 32 being inside the town limits.
The total estimated property loss for the department’s fires for the month of June was $10,400.

The department is currently participating in an ongoing Firefighter I Class.

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Pulaski FD responds to record number of incidents

Pulaski Fire Department responded to a record number of incidents over the past fiscal year, according to its annual report.
During the 2008-09 fiscal year, which began July 1, 2008 and ended Tuesday, the department responded to 359 incidents.
The record had been 356.
While 54 of the incidents occurred outside the town limits in Pulaski County, 305 were inside the town.
According to Chief Bill Webb,
Total estimated value of property involved in the incidents was $2,642,400. The estimated property loss was about half that amount at $1,292,075.
Webb points out that while the loss value of the town’s train station is listed at $1 million, the estimated replacement cost is $2 million.
The department held 12 business meetings during the year. Firefighters also participated in 64 hours of training.
For the month of June, the department responded to 35 calls, with 32 being inside the town limits.
The total estimated property loss for the department’s fires for the month of June was $10,400.

The department is currently participating in an ongoing Firefighter I Class.

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