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On Sunday, May 5, the department joined HYBSA coaches and K-6 players in their parade to mark the beginning of the season.

On Wednesday, May 1, Rescue 1, Engines 1 and 4, the ambulance, paramedics from Medway Fire, and an ambulance from Sherborn Fire responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. Two patients were transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester. Two individuals denied injury; signed waivers were obtained.

On Monday, April 29, members of Engine 4 continued training with extrication equipment on Hopping Brook Road.

On Saturday, April 27, the department extinguished a brush fire on Central Street with the assistance of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) Bureau of Forest Fire Control.

  On Saturday, April 27, members of the department participated in the practical evolutions of a 2-day Department of Fire Services' EVOC (Emergency Vehicle Operations Course).

  On Wednesday, April 24, members of the ladder company assisted the Maynard Fire Department with a firefighter candidate assessment center.

On Tuesday, April 23, Engine 4 secured a landing zone on South Street, so that Boston MedFlight could transport a medical patient to Mass General Brigham by helicopter.

  On Monday, April 22, Rescue 1, Engine 4, the ambulance, paramedics from Medway Fire, the Holliston Police, and representatives of the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine of Tufts University trained on extrication, treatment, transport, and transfer of care of an injured canine on Hopping Brook Road.

On Friday, April 19, the department bid a final farewell to Retired Deputy Chief Arthur "Jim" Moore. Following a funeral service at Chesmore's Funeral Home, he was laid to rest at St. Mary's Cemetery in Holliston.
Click here to hear the recall announcement broadcast on our radio frequency during the interment ceremony.

On Monday, April 15, Engine 1, Engine 3 and Ambulance 2 crews supported mutual aid partners in Hopkinton and Ashland during the running of the BAA Boston Athletic Association Boston Marathon.

On Wednesday, April 10, the on duty ambulance crew joined Chief Michael Cassidy and Assistant Chief Brian Kelley at fire drill at the Robert Adams Middle School.

On Tuesday, March 26, Chief Michael Cassidy testified at the Joint Committee on Ways and Means at the State House. He is shown after his testimony (L-R) with Rep. Natalie Blais, Sen. Joanne Comerford, Williamsburg EMD Denise Banister, Easthampton Fire Chief / EMD Chris Norris, Suffolk University EMD Christian Cunnie, and Worcester EMD Charles Goodwin.

On Sunday, March 24, crews responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. Ambulances from Ashland, Hopkinton and Sherborn Fire Departments also responded. Three patients were transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester.

On Monday, March 18, during a regularly scheduled training night, personnel trained on drafting and rural water supply operations.

On Monday, March 18, crews responded to a motor vehicle crash on Central Street. The driver denied injury; a signed waiver was obtained.

On Saturday, March 9, members of the department participated in the Fight for Air Climb - Boston, to raise funds for the American Lung Association.

On Friday, March 1, Engine 1 secured a landing zone at the High School, following a pedestrian crash on Washington Street. One patient was transported by Boston MedFlight to Boston Medical Brigham.

On Thursday, February 29, the department responded to a structure fire on Shaw Farm Road. One resident was transported to Milford Regional Medical Center.

On Wednesday, February 28, EMT Rachel Crawford and FF/EMT Brendan Malone participated in a training exercise with Boston MedFlight.

On Tuesday, February 27, Deputy Alan Greendale delivered an optional training on leadership to members of the department.

On Monday, February 26, EMS personnel trained in the use of CPAP in the pre-hospital setting.

On Monday, February 26, Engine 2 secured a landing zone at the High School, following a medical emergency on Hollis Street. One patient was transported to UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester by UMass Memorial LifeFlight.

On Thursday, February 22, the ambulance responded to a motor vehicle crash on Washington Street. There were no injuries; signed waivers were obtained.

On Thursday, February 15, Chief Cassidy responded mutual aid to Sherborn for a gas leak on Washington Street; serving as Accountability Officer for the incident.

On Tuesday, February 13, the department responded to a tree into a house on Washington Street. There were no injuries.

  On Sunday, February 11, personnel from Rescue 1 and Engine 4 trained on ice rescue.

On Saturday, February 10, Engine 3 responded mutual aid to Ashland for a structure fire on Central Street.

  On Friday, February 9, the department hosted Nero's Law training at the Johnson Training Room of the Holliston Police Department.

On Friday, February 9, Engine 4 provided station coverage for Medway Fire while personnel were at a training outside their jurisdiction.

On Monday, February 5, Lieutenant Rich Coughlin trained members of the department in hazardous materials response.

On Friday, February 2, Ambulance 2 provided station coverage for Sherborn Fire while personnel were at an awards ceremony.

On Wednesday, January 31, Chief Cassidy lobbied congressional offices with members of the Holliston Drug and Alcohol Awareness Coalition (HDAAC) and other MA coaltitions during CADCA's 34th Annual National Leadership Forum.

On Saturday, January 27, the department co-hosted Narcan training at the Johnson Training Room of the Holliston Police Department.

On Wednesday, January 24, Chief Cassidy and members of the on-duty ambulance crew joined a wellness class at the Holliston High School to discuss the role of EMTs in sports injury management.

On Monday, January 22, members of the department trained in CPR and Firefighter Down CPR.

On Sunday, January 21, the department hosted Nero's Law training at the Johnson Training Room of the Holliston Police Department.

On Friday, January 19, Engine 1 responded to a car fire on High Street. There were no injuries.

On Thursday, January 18, Chief Cassidy and Engine 3 responded mutual aid to Sherborn for a 2-alarm structure fire on Ash Lane. Photo M Donovan Photos.

On Wednesday, January 10, members of the DPW were instructed in CPR and First Aid at the Johnson Training Room of the Holliston Police Department.

On Saturday, January 6, members of the ambulance corps covered the primary and backup ambulances during a Nor'easter.

On Tuesday, January 2, members of the department recertified in CPR, and reviewed the procedures for conducting CPR on a firefighter wearing personal protective equipment (PPE).

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