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2000 Run Stats

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  • 2000 Run Stats

    We just got our run stats for 2000 here they are The Monrovia Fire Department Run Stats for 1999 and 2000
    122 Fire Calls
    1.567 EMS Calls
    59 Haz Mat Incidents
    Total 2,351 runs for 1999

    For 2000
    252 Fire Calls
    2,060 Ems Calls
    32 Haz Mat Incidents
    960 Other Service Incidents
    3,304 Runs for 2000
    So what were your stats for 2000?

    [This message has been edited by Engine 101 (edited 01-08-2001).]

  • #2
    I posted a question in the volunteer forum on how many calls everyone did in 2000. I didn't think of doing it here, mosly because I'm a vollie.

    Glenn Ralston
    Bay Ridge Fire-Rescue
    [email protected]


    • #3
      We don't have a breakdown yet but the O'Fallon Volunteer Fire Department who protect 44 square miles of St.Clair County Illinois responded to 659 calls in 2000 which was up 110 from the 549 we responded to in 1999. I will update with a breakdown as soon as we get one.


      • #4
        The Marlborough Fire Department responded to 5,800 incidents for 2000; an 8.75% increase in runs over 1999. We also performed 1,411 inspection details.

        And on the eighth day...God created Firefighters!
        Captain Gonzo

        [This message has been edited by Captain Gonzo (edited 01-09-2001).]


        • #5
          Pocono Township, PA ran 396 Runs, Up slightly from last year. When I get the full break-down I'll be sure to post it.


          • #6
            South Montgomery County FD ran 1750 calls for 2000. Don't have the exact break down but around 63% of those calls were medical. This is up 300 calls from 1999.


            • #7
              The Mountain Home Fire Department ran 1244 runs in 2000, a 25% increase over 1999. 71% of the calls were for medical assistance and auto accidents.


              • #8
                City of Waco(TX) fire department had 10,146 runs in 2000. My Engine, E-6 ran 1140 of those with; 197 structure fires(17.28%),578 medical emergencies(50.7%), 20 car fires(1.75%), 35 rescue calls(3.07%), 36 smoke(3.15%), 38 trash fires(3.33%), 69 service(6.05%),64 alarm activations(5.61%), 92 miscellaneous calls(8.07%, and 11 grass fires(.96%).Only reason I know this is because I totaled them up.

                Any Opinion expressed, are my own, and do not reflect my Department...RB


                • #9
                  I don't the totals for the department yet but Eng Co. 23 made 3718 in 2000 up from 3416 in 1999. That puts us second busiest in Cincinnati behind Eng Co. 5 they made a little over 3800.

                  Views stated do not reflect that of my department or local.


                  • #10
                    in the year 2000 we only ran 91 calls. this year so far we have ran 242 calls.
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