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Feb 34
Mar 43
Apr 42
May 50
Jun 52
Jul 81
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2021 569
2020 628

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Welcome to Madison Hose Company #1
An all volunteer Fire Department serving downtown Madison since 1907.

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Member Chris Marinaro, September 23

At 2:29 on Wednesday afternoon, Madison Hose Company # 1 was dispatched with North Madison for a possible structure fire on Winding Road. The initial dispatch reported multiple calls to 911 reporting heavy smoke from the roof of the house and the front door. North Madison Engine 10-57 was first due and confirmed a working fire, bringing additional resources to the scene include Guilford Fire Department ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Chris Marinaro, September 07

Come join us at Donahue's Madison Beach Grille on Thursday, September 21th for a fun evening of great food and beverages served by Madison Hose Company firefighters and raffles generously donated by businesses within the community.

The event begins at 5pm. We hope to see you there!... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Madison Hose Company # 1 Mourns the Loss of John Bodner

Member Chris Marinaro, August 15

Madison Hose Company # 1 is mourning the loss of long time member, John Bodner. John joined Madison Hose Company # 1 on December 10th 1959. A mechanic by trade, he quickly became an asset to the company because of his knowledge of how the trucks and their pumps worked.

During the early 1970’s John helped to restore our 1926 Childs antique fire engine to parade condition. This apparatus holds ... (Full Story & Photos)

Madison Hose Company # 1 Salutes The 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit

Member Chris Marinaro, July 14

Our friends at the Old Lyme Fire Department are celebrating their 100th anniversary of service to their community tomorrow. Part of this celebration will include the new Tunnel to Towers Foundation's 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit.

"The 9/11 NEVER FORGET Mobile Exhibit is a tribute to all who lost their lives on September 11, 2001, including the 343 members of the Fire Department of New York ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Chris Marinaro, April 11

At approximately 7:27 AM this morning, units from Madison Hose Company # 1, were dispatched to 21 Boston Post Road for a possible motor vehicle fire. MHC Car 202 was first on scene and confirmed a working car fire next to the structure with exposure issues. Because of the close proximity to the structure, an upgraded assignment was dispatched bringing resources from North Madison Volunteer Fire ... (Full Story & Photos)

Madison Hose Co. 1 Handles Structure Fire on Wall Street

Member Chris Marinaro, February 14

Last night at approximately 6:05pm Madison Hose Company # 1 was dispatched for a possible structure fire at 817 Boston Post Road. The initial alarm included an engine and tanker from North Madison, Guilford for RIT, an engine from Clinton, and Madison EMS. Chief of Department, Car 2-0, was first on scene within minutes and determined the fire was located at 20 Wall Street, part of the Scranton Library ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Chris Marinaro, January 15

At approximately 10:08am yesterday morning, Madison Hose was dispatched to assist Madison EMS with a downed hiker along Indigo Woods Trail near the Neck River. The fire department’s all-terrain vehicle (ATV) was used to access the patient, who had a knee injury and was not able to ambulate. Crews made contact with the patient by walking ahead on foot, which included members of Madison PD, Madison ... (Full Story & Photos)

Winter Storm Keeps Madison Hose Company # 1 Busy

Member Chris Marinaro, December 24

Members of Madison Hose Company # 1 spent much of yesterday responding to emergencies throughout the duration of the storm. Multiple calls for wires down, transformer fires, flooding and high water conditions, and carbon monoxide alarms were handled as well as a call for a tree on a garage, a chimney fire, a possible structure fire, a motor vehicle accident and assisting a motorist with exiting their ... (Full Story & Photos)

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