Merdith Fire Department
Sunday, April 21, 2024
Fire Danger Today:
Fire Danger Day

Moultonborough 1st Alarm Structure Fire
November 19, 2010
14 Tanker 5 was called to assist Moultonborough at 70 Brick Kiln Road this evening. Additional reports from the Communications Center advised of multiple callers reporting heavy fire showing. 15C1 called for the 1st while en route to the scene. He arrived and reported a two an one half single family dwelling well involved with fire through the roof. Meredith personnel assisted with establishing water supply and remained on scene for approximately 3 hours.
Meredith to Holderness for Structure Fire
November 11, 2010
An initial call for a smoke investigation in Holderness quickly escalated to a 1st alarm blaze on Winnetaska Lane. 14 Engine 4 was assigned to station coverage at the Holderness station at the tone, but was diverted to the scene. Meredith personnel remained on scene for approximately one hour. The fire was later deemed suspicious in origin.
Bean Road Structure Fire in Moultonborough
November 9, 2010
At 9:23 a 1st alarm structure fire at 251 Bean road in Moultonborough brought 14 Tanker 5 to the scene to assist with water supply and fire suppression. The fire damaged several apartments in the building. Meredith companies remained on the scene for approximately two hours.
Meredith Assists Gilford at Two Structure Fires
November 4, 2010
14 Tanker and 14 Engine 2 responded to 72 Varney Point Road in Gilford to assist with a structure fire. Initially responding as part of a first alarm assignment, the incident quickly went to 3 alarms due to the structure involved being in close proximity to Fay's Boat Yard. Large numbers of fiberglass boats are stored there and presented a significant hazard due to the exposure problem. The fire was quickly knocked down and 14 Tanker 5 was released by command. 14 Engine 2 remained on scene for several hours to assist with overhaul. As 14 Engine 2 was about to go in service Gilford companies were alerted to another structure fire in the basement on Woodland Avenue. A 1st alarm was immediately called due in part to several of Gilford's apparatus still committed to the first scene. 14 Tanker 5 along with companies from Laconia and Belmont responded. Close proximity of Belmont's Engine 2 and Laconia's Ladder 1 made quick work of the fire and command returned 14 Tanker 5 prior to it arriving at the scene. 14 Engine 2 provided cover at the Gilford Station.

Follow Us on facebook
2024 Monthly Runs
{Month} {Total}
Run Totals
2023 510
2022 513
2021 503
2020 491
2019 448
2018 480
2017 474
2016 467
2015 414
2014 389
2013 445
2012 395
2011 384
2010 339

Meredith Fire Department 286 Daniel Webster Highway, Meredith, NH 03253 (603) 279-6061