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511VT Apr 9
The signal at the intersection of VT-2a and Industrial Ave is malfunctioning. Traffic is backing up. Crews are on scene making repairs. Thank you for your patience.
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Essex Junction Fire Mar 2
EJFD, Essex Fire, Essex Rescue, Saint Michael's Fire, Colchester Center Fire and are working a townhouse fire on Parizo Drive. No injuries reported, fire under control at this time.
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Garry Scott Feb 12
Travel conditions will quickly deteriorate as heavy snow arrives, causing low visibility and slick conditions.
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BTV Public Works Jan 24
Water break on Champlain College fire service (262 S. Willard). Water service disruption expected between Maple and Cliff streets. Traffic on S. Willard may be slow.
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WillistonFireL4611 Jan 22
with a great question! If you have a fire hydrant near your home or business and can shovel it out for us, it saves precious minutes during a fire 🔥
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WillistonFireL4611 Jan 21
Union President and Williston FD spreading the safety message on tonight. Thanks for the opportunity @ReneeMyNBC5
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WillistonFireL4611 Jan 20
Two Local 4611 firefighters on duty today during this winters worst weather yet. No matter what the weather...we will be there to help
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WillistonFireL4611 Jan 20
This snow might be light, but its still dangerous. When shoveling: 1) Drink plenty of water 2) Try to keep up with the storm 3) Know the signs of a heart attack!
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Vermont State Police Jan 20
One of our Troopers took this photo of clearing the interstate last night. It’s been a busy storm for them! Snow, wind, and cold weather continues today. If you have to drive, be careful!
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Garry Scott Jan 20
Check in on elderly neighbors/friends/relatives, Clear main doors to the outside (or have your kids do it!!),Clear your heating vents, Decide if you REALLY need to go out, If you lose heat, call 2-1-1.
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WillistonFireL4611 Jan 19
Three members of Local 4611 are attending this training while two additional L-4611 firefighters are staffing apparatus in preparation for this storm
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Garry Scott Jan 19
Stay off the roads. Prepare for power outages. Use generators outside only and away from windows. Check on neighbors & Pets Keep heating exhaust vents clear from snow
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Tyler Jankoski Jan 16
Some parts of Vermont should see well over a FOOT of snow — with less to the north and west. Too early for specific numbers. More thoughts:
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Local 22 & Local 44 Jan 16
Our own Spencer Thomas is currently on scene at what police are calling an 'active incident' at the Double Tree in South Burlington. No information as of yet, stay tuned to ABC 22 and FOX 44 at 7 for more information as this story develops.
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511VT Nov 29
There is a signal issue at the intersection of US-2 and VT-117 in Richmond that is causing major traffic delays. A signal technician is en route.
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KOOL 105 Nov 28
TRAFFIC AT 9:56AM: I-89 is now closed between Exit 15-16 due to that big fire at J&B International Trucks in Colchester.
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Vermont State Police Nov 28
TRAFFIC ALERT: Interstate 89 between Exits 15 (Winooski) and 16 (Colchester) is closed due to a nearby structure fire causing hazardous conditions. Troopers and is on-scene assisting with notifications and traffic. Please drive carefully.
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BFFA Local 3044 Nov 27
is hiring! Starting salary of $41,524.60. That’s for 56 hours a week not 40. You also need to already have your EMT certification and pay $100 to take and successfully pass the CPAT to even apply. Get your applications in now!
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WillistonFireL4611 Nov 5
Replying to @CVSDVT @WillistonFDPIO
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Williston Fire PIO Nov 5
We need your help! Do you know of any businesses in Williston that have an AED? ❤️ If so, please reach out via DM or email asimanskas@willistonfire.com ⚡️ We are compiling a list to better serve our Town
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