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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

A message from Local 760

A message from Local 760

Bell_Martinez Press release 10_15_14
Bell Memorial T-Shirt

Kevin Bell laid to rest.

The last alarm was sounded for Firefighter Kevin Bell. As he was laid to rest, Dispatcher Andrew Nichols paid tribute.
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Brother Patrick Dooley recorded the services and has shared the photographs with us.
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He has created a tribute for Firefighter Kevin Bell on his website. Thanks Patrick.

City left in good hands while Hartford Firefighters attended memorial service.

Numerous fire departments sent apparatus and personnel to protect the Capital City while Hartford Firefighters said goodbye to their fallen brother.
Here is the audio from 07:00 to 17:00. Condensed into 50 minutes.
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Unofficial HFD Historian, Ignatius Kapalczynski documented the fire companies and their assignments during the Firefighter Bell Memorial Service and Funeral. Thanks Iggy.
Engine Companies:
Bridgeport E-1, Acting Engine 1
East Hartford E-3, Acting Engine 2
Manchester E-4, Acting Engine 5
New Britain E-1, Acting Engine 7
Waterbury E-4, Acting Engine 8
UCONN HCFD E-1, Acting Engine 9
Southington E-51, Acting Engine 10
Middletown E-4, Acting Engine 11
Stamford E-1, Acting Engine 14
Meriden E-4, Acting Engine 15
Westport E-2, Acting Engine 16
Bristol E-1, Acting Engine 21 @ E-7 Quarters
West Haven E-25, Acting Engine 22 @ E-10 Quarters
West Hartford E-7, Acting Engine 23 @ E-11 Quarters
Ladders:
UCONN-Storrs TL-122 Acting L-21? @ Tac-1 Quarters
Norwich TL-2, Acting Ladder 2
New Britain L-1, Acting Ladder 3
Norwalk T-2 (Tiller), Acting Ladder 4
West Hartford Q-3, Acting Ladder 5
Bridgeport TL-5, Acting Ladder 6
Rescue:
Fairfield R-1, Acting Tac 1
Chiefs:
East Hartford, Acting District 1
New Britain, Acting District 2 @ Engine 7’s quarters
Safety: East Hartford Chief
Mechanic:
New Britain Unit 21
It should be noted that the East Haven Fire Department committed to send an Engine or Truck with a crew, however they were not assigned.

Bell_Martinez Press release 10_15_14
Bell Memorial T-Shirt

Kevin Bell laid to rest.

The last alarm was sounded for Firefighter Kevin Bell. As he was laid to rest, Dispatcher Andrew Nichols paid tribute.
00:00
00:00

Brother Patrick Dooley recorded the services and has shared the photographs with us.
IMG_4642
He has created a tribute for Firefighter Kevin Bell on his website. Thanks Patrick.

City left in good hands while Hartford Firefighters attended memorial service.

Numerous fire departments sent apparatus and personnel to protect the Capital City while Hartford Firefighters said goodbye to their fallen brother.
Here is the audio from 07:00 to 17:00. Condensed into 50 minutes.
00:00
00:00

Unofficial HFD Historian, Ignatius Kapalczynski documented the fire companies and their assignments during the Firefighter Bell Memorial Service and Funeral. Thanks Iggy.
Engine Companies:
Bridgeport E-1, Acting Engine 1
East Hartford E-3, Acting Engine 2
Manchester E-4, Acting Engine 5
New Britain E-1, Acting Engine 7
Waterbury E-4, Acting Engine 8
UCONN HCFD E-1, Acting Engine 9
Southington E-51, Acting Engine 10
Middletown E-4, Acting Engine 11
Stamford E-1, Acting Engine 14
Meriden E-4, Acting Engine 15
Westport E-2, Acting Engine 16
Bristol E-1, Acting Engine 21 @ E-7 Quarters
West Haven E-25, Acting Engine 22 @ E-10 Quarters
West Hartford E-7, Acting Engine 23 @ E-11 Quarters
Ladders:
UCONN-Storrs TL-122 Acting L-21? @ Tac-1 Quarters
Norwich TL-2, Acting Ladder 2
New Britain L-1, Acting Ladder 3
Norwalk T-2 (Tiller), Acting Ladder 4
West Hartford Q-3, Acting Ladder 5
Bridgeport TL-5, Acting Ladder 6
Rescue:
Fairfield R-1, Acting Tac 1
Chiefs:
East Hartford, Acting District 1
New Britain, Acting District 2 @ Engine 7’s quarters
Safety: East Hartford Chief
Mechanic:
New Britain Unit 21
It should be noted that the East Haven Fire Department committed to send an Engine or Truck with a crew, however they were not assigned.

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