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Here is some important information from our fire department regarding this weekend’s extremely cold weather, including warming centers available for residents to keep warm. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you

Everybody stay safe out there.

Roadway incident alert:
Please use caution in the area of Dave’s Marketplace at Hoxsie 4 Corners. Apparatus, including 4 rescues, are currently responding.
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Good job guys

One of the most dangerous intersections in the City.

This just appeared on my feed today… lmao

Nice to have someone who shares this kind of information.

Drove by yesterday and was wondering what was going on.

Our Warwick’s Finest!!

Stay safe

Thanks for updates and warnings

It was probably Rob Cote following to closely 🥴

Prayers for all including the responders 🙏🙏🙏

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Someone rear ended a ripta bus. Went by before responding personnel. Didn’t look pretty

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Two of our off-duty members sprang into action this past New Years Eve. In addition to being trained firefighters, we are all licensed EMT-Cardiacs. We’re thankful our off-duty members were close by to put those skills to use. We’re even more thankful the gentleman is well on his way to recovery. A nod to a job well done by our on-duty crews who responded as well and to the other by-standers who lent assistance.While most of our country witnessed NFL player, Damar Hamlin, nearly lose his life on the football field on national TV on January 2, those of you who were present at our NYE show at the Crowne Plaza in Warwick just 2 nights earlier experienced nearly the exact circumstance when our dear friend Glyn Morgan suffered cardiac arrest on the dance floor just after midnight. Many of you who have been to our shows may know him by sight or even by name. He is the fun-loving, kind-hearted, high-energy, tambourine-shaking Cranston resident by way of East Sussex south of London, England with the best selection of shades, the warmest smile and poshest style. Over the past three weeks, we have received many messages of concern inquiring about Glyn and his condition. Like Damar Hamlin, we have wonderful news.

Thanks to the quick actions of two off-duty Warwick firefighters and a Morton Hospital ER nurse, CPR began within a matter of seconds. An equally astute server from the Crowne Plaza retrieved the hotel’s automated external defibrillator and Glyn was defibrillated into a normal sinus rhythm and spontaneous respirations after just one shock. The Warwick Fire Department transported Glyn to Kent County Hospital where he was further stabilized. He was then transported to Rhode Island Hospital where he would be cared for in the cardiac unit for the next week.

We are incredibly grateful to those who assisted Glyn both on-site and beyond on his continuing road to recovery. We are sure that without all of these people taking quick action in this moment of high stress this outcome would have been much different. Glyn has since been released and is now back out and about with a newly-implanted cardioverter-defibrillator as well as a new lease on life. Surprisingly, Glyn & his girlfriend Carol graced us all with their presence this past weekend at Pub On Park in Cranston. He is in great spirits and wants everyone to know he is thankful for their care, concern and support. We are also very grateful for Glyn. He’s always had a larger-than-life personality and is now truly “BIONIC”. He’s an inspiration to all of us.

Quick action, CPR & AEDs save lives. 🙏
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Two of our off-duty members sprang into action this past New Years Eve. In addition to being trained firefighters, we are all licensed EMT-Cardiacs. We’re thankful our off-duty members were close by to put those skills to use. We’re even more thankful the gentleman is well on his way to recovery. A nod to a job well done by our on-duty crews who responded as well and to the other by-standers who lent assistance.

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Continuing to provide the very best Fire and pre-hospital medical care to the community. Congratulations WFD!

What would anyone expect from off duty Warwick FireFighters? Whether on duty or not, they jump into action and do what needs to be done to save a life! They are the best of the best! The citizens of Warwick should be proud of their Warwick Firefighters. They work long and hard and rarely get the recognition due them! So Thank you to the off duty firefighters and to all involved in saving this man’s life!

Another great job very lucky to have such great first responders in Warwick

As usual great job by firefighters and nurses. Never forget what they do for their community!!!!!

Anyone surprised ? If you are then you don’t know the excellence we have with the WFD and WPD.

Fantastic !! Great job by all !!

Great job guys!

Warwick Firefighters another life saved, great job

Firefighters always on duty - great job !!!

Congratulations

Awesome! Nobody better than WFD! ♥️

Great work!!

Outstanding work

WFD 👍👏👏👏

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