Jamestown Fire Department Report

Issue 1 and Volume 64.

Jamestown Fire Department Report The annual report of Chief Howard S. Rodgers, of the Jamestown, N. Y., Fire Department for the past year, shows that the department received one hundred and ninety alarms during the year, an increase of forty-seven over the previous year. Of this number, nine were false, twenty the burning of rubbish and grass, six crossed wires on telephone poles, four automobiles, two street cars, one the City Garbage Dump, one a lumber pile, one hundred and forty-five within buildings and five were calls from outside the city. Of the calls from outside the city, one was for a dwelling in Fairmount Park, one a dwelling on the Busti Town Line Road, one a call from the Village of Fluvanna and two calls were from the Village of Falconer. Of these one hundred and forty-five buildings wherein fires occurred, forty-two were constructed of brick and stone, five…

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