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Brattleboro Fire Department
103 Elliot Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone (802) 254-4831
Fax (802) 257-2328

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The Brattleboro Fire Department started out its summer with Retirements, promotions and hires.

Ending the month of June, Captain Ron Hubbard retired after 37 years of dedicated service to the Town of Brattleboro, the department, and surrounding communities.
Captain Hubbard was essential during his time on the department to the function of the Dive Team, leading the team for years. In the picture below he is shown to the left standing with his son, Matthew Hubbard, who is also a career member of the department.

Captain Hubbard Retirement

Taking Captain Ron Hubbard's place as Platoon 1 Commander is Captain Charles W. Keir III, (below right) who was promoted to Captain from Lieutenant effective July 1.
Promoting to Lieutenant to fill the vacant position on Platoon 2 is Rusty E. Sage (below left).

Capt. Keir Lt. Sage

Newly hired Probationary Firefighters William Streeter (left) and Alex Richardson (right) pictured below. Will is assigned to Platoon 2 and Alex is assigned to Platoon 1.

 

Kidde Recalls Millions of Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Kidde is recalling millions of Night Hawk combination smoke/Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms sold in the United States and Canada. According to Consumer Affairs, the alarm can fail to continue to chirp when the detector reaches it's seven (7) year end of life if the batteries are replaced, leading consumers to believe the alarm is still functioning. This poses a risk to consumers of not being alerted to a fire or CO emergency in their home. The company has received reports of incidents with the alarm, but no injuries have been reported.

The recall involves the Kidde Night Hawk talking combination smoke/CO alarm, model number KN-COSM-IB with manufacture dates between June 1, 2004 and December 31, 2010. The units are hard wired and has a compartment on the back for a replaceable 9-volt battery. Consumers can contact Kidde online or call 855-239-0490.

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