Webster Fire Department Sees Busiest Month Since 1991
 
By NEJFD Executive Director Steven C. Small
April 5, 2017
 

Last month the Webster Volunteer Fire Department saw its busiest call volume month in more than 26 years. The District’s volunteer firefighters answered more than 220 calls in March, many due to the series of windstorms and a snow storm that struck the region just days apart. The all-volunteer Webster Fire Department logged thousands of man hours in March both answering the large number of emergency calls and staffing the fire stations with stand-by crews. The effort, led by Chief Chris Smith and his staff, resulted in all of the calls being answered both promptly and efficiently. It hasn’t been since the ice storm in 1991 that the department answered this many calls for service in such a short timeframe. The Webster and Penfield communities owe a great deal of gratitude to all of our volunteer firefighters and emergency responders for their outstanding service delivery during this difficult time.

 
2017 Wind Storm
2017 Wind Storm
2017 Wind Storm
2017 Wind Storm
 
1991 Ice Storm
1991 Ice Storm
1991 Ice Storm
1991 Ice Storm
 
2017 Wind Storm Holt Road Webster
2017 Wind Storm Holt Road Webster