Hartford Fire Department

Fire Damages Hartford Home; No Injuries ReportedFirefighters in Hartford were busy with an early morning structure fire.
Fire Damages Hartford BuildingFire investigators are trying to determine the cause of an early morning blaze in Hartford.
New Breathing Apparatus For Hartford Firefighters
Hartford Fire Department Mourns Former Chief
Officials: Hartford Deputy Fire Chief Suspended Without PayA Hartford deputy fire chief has been suspended after officials say he endangered firefighters under his command.
Report: Firefighter Killed In Blaze Got Stuck On FurnitureA firefighter killed in a house blaze in October became entangled in furniture and couldn't get out of the building, while firefighters did not hear a lieutenant's mayday call, according to a fire department report released Friday.
Hartford Fire Was Intentionally SetThe Hartford Fire Department says a fire in a vacant, multi-family house at 18 Haribson Avenue last night was intentionally set.
Firefighter Injured In Restaraurant FireA Hartford firefighter suffered minor injuries while extinguishing flames at a building that houses Tico's Place restaurant on Franklin Avenue this morning.
Hartford Nursing Home Employee Inhales Fumes, HospitalizedA maintenance worker at a Hartford nursing home was hospitalized after inhaling fumes from accidentally mixing chlorine and acid.
Ex-Hartford Fireman Charged In Shooting
Hartford Fire Department Settles Safety ComplaintsThe Hartford Fire Department plans to replace all of its breathing apparatus at a cost of $1.3-million, as the department works to address complaints lodged by state workplace safety officials.
Alarm On Air Tank Of Firefighter Who Died Fell Short In Feds' TestA federal investigation into the death of a Hartford firefighter during a house blaze last October has found that a low-air alarm on his breathing tank failed a test after the fire, but Hartford officials say the alarm activated.

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