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On Wednesday, November 26, the Department responded to multiple crashes.  Pictured are incidents on Washington Street, Adams Street, Highland Street by the Medway town line, and Highland Street by the Ashland town line.

On Wednesday, November 26, the Department responded to a report of a fire in a house on Fairlane Way.  Crews quickly extinguished an oven fire, and ventilated smoke from the dwelling.

On Friday, November 14, the Department responded to a report of smoke in the building on Rockland Street.  The smoke was found to be from a washing machine fire.

On Monday, October 20, members of the Ladder/Rescue company practiced using the extrication tools on a school bus.  Special thanks to W.T. Holmes Transportation Company, Inc. of Norfolk for providing the bus for our training, and to Andy Hladick of the Millis Fire Department for providing technical assistance.

On Monday, September 29, Chief Michael Cassidy delivered a speech during the opening session of the 20th Annual Massachusetts Fire & Life Safety Education Conference in Westford.  The Chief described the remarkable achievements of fire and life safety educators in MA over the last 20 years. He highlighted how this meaningful work makes a real difference in people's lives, including a 72% reduction in child fire deaths in the state. 

On Sunday, August 24, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a rollover on Highland Street.  One patient was transported to MetroWest Medical Center, Framingham.  Tow individuals denied injury and signed waivers.

On Friday, August 22, the Holliston Fire Department had the honor of presenting the colors during the pre-game ceremonies at the Red Sox vs. Mariners game at Fenway Park.

On Wednesday, August 6, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a shed fire on Hollis Street.  The fire was contained to the outside of the structure, and did not extend into the shed or to the nearby building.

On Tuesday, August 5, the Holliston Fire Department conducted a lost bather drill with counselors and lifeguards from Holliston Parks & Recreation at Stoddard Park.

On Monday, August 4 the Holliston Fire Department conducted search and rescue training at the Holliston High School.

 

On Monday, July 21, the Holliston Fire Department conducted extrication training.

On Monday, July 7, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a kitchen fire on Central Street.  The fire was contained to the area of origin; there was no extension to the attic.

On Tuesday, July 1, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a brush fire in the woods between Highland and Mellen Streets.  This was the first incident for the new Forest Fire 2, which had recently been placed into service.

On Thursday, June 26, the Holliston Fire Department hosted the the Holliston Police Department's Junior Police Academy for a session on fire department operations.

On Saturday, June 7, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a report of smoke in the building on Hopping Brook Road.  The smoke was caused by malfunctioning HVAC equipment.

On Tuesday, May 27, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a rollover crash on Norfolk Street.

On Thursday, May 15, the Holliston Fire Department partnered with a graduate student from the Boston University School of Medicine in a conducting a controlled burn to research the effect of fire on bones which had been subjected to blunt force trauma.

On Wednesday, April 9, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire on Briarcliff Lane.  The fire was contained to the room of origin.

On Thursday, March 13, the Holliston Fire Department investigated a report of an injured hawk on Dorset Road.  Animal Control transported to the bird to Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University for treatment of an ocular injury.

On Wednesday, January 8, the Holliston Fire Department investigated a report of a broken water pipe inside a residence on Mohawk Path.  The residents were traveling outside the country, and were notified of the break due to the Holliston Water Department noting high water usage.

On Saturday, January 5, the Holliston Fire Department responded to a broken sprinkler pipe at the Town Hall.

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