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Emergency Reports

Emergency Reports, also referred to as the "Morning Reports" within the Fire Department, contain a chronological list of the fire and medical emergency calls which the department responded to in the last 24 hours.

Two reports are generated each day at 3:00 a.m. from the department's automated dispatch system; one for fire responses, and one for medic and first-aid runs.

Please review the Emergency Report Guide for instructions on reading and understanding the morning reports.

The reports currently posted on this web site cover a period of the last 7 days. If you wish to view reports generated earlier than 7 days ago, then you'll have to use the Emergency Report Search which contains all the reports from 1995 to present.

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Last Modified:   December 22, 2008

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