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FIRE DEPARTMENT

Chief:

William Carrico

Deputy Chief:
Thomas A. Corriveau

Office Personnel:
Lisa Malcolmson

Captains:

Timothy Q. McMahon
James B. Huska
Robert R. Black III
Scott F. Ames

Lieutenants:
Richard A. Lizotte
Sean Butler
Peter M. Pozerski
Jason Viveiros

Firefighters:
David G. Ames
Martin Baumhoff
Robert Black, IV
Daniel J. Brun
Lee E. Burrill
Donald G. Campbell
Andrew Davison
Christopher George
Robert J. George
Joshua Glaser
Peter Halliday
Michael Harrington
Jonathan Houde
John LeVangie
Daniel Keane
Drew Lahteine
Lawrence Machado, Jr.
Karen Macedo
Joseph Maciel
Michael Goodwin
Sean Miller
Tammy Pimentel
Nicholas C. Souke
Matthew Thompson

Fire Prevention:
John J. Burke

EMS Officer:
Brian Leary

Dispatchers:
Christine A. Lawrence
Kathleen M. Keene
Bina Sargent
Kim Simmons

Contact:
115 Route 6A
Sandwich, MA 02563
Phone: (508) 888-0525
Fax: (508) 833-8010
E-mail: fire@townofsandwich.net

For emergencies:†
Dial 911

About the Sandwich Fire Department:
Sandwich Fire Department proudly protects 23,500 people living in an area of 43.95 square miles. The Fire Department responds to limit the effects of fire and other disasters, medical emergencies, and to assist our neighboring communities through an extensive mutual-aid network. Sandwich has three stations, two engines and one heavy rescue/engine, a 95í platform/quint, four advanced life support ambulances, two brush breakers, one tanker, three boats, and four command and support vehicles. The department's staff consists of 24 career firefighters, 4 Captains, 4 Lieutenants, 4 Civilian Dispatchers, an Administrative Assistant, a Fire Prevention Officer, an Emergency Medical Officer, and a Deputy. The departmentís mission is to establish aggressive fire prevention and training programs and develop its service to a level which will provide fire and/or advanced life support equipment with trained personnel at the scene of an emergency incident in 95% of Sandwich, 95% of the time, within six minutes of notification of the emergency units.