Mid morning our unit was paged to a chemical spill at Saint James School in Lower Hutt
4926 responded to assist with crowd / traffic control, working longside Wellington Operational Support and Wainui Operational Support
Our new home is getting closer and closer to completion. We are very excited for the future with the state of the art and environment friendly facilities!!
With the build progressing on time we are hoping to be in our new home by the middle of November - Watch this space!
Check out the gallery for more photos of the
In the very early hours our unit was paged to a 2nd alarm shed fire which had spread into the ajoining house
4928 responded and were tasked with road closure and refreshments
In the very early hours of the morning our crew were paged to a 2nd alarm fire in a firewood yard in Upper Hutt
Both 4926 and 4928 responded and was tasked with providing refreshments for all the crews present
Our crew were paged to an MVA on the river road and Totara Park traffic lights
Both 4926 and 4828 responded and assisted other crews and police with Traffic Control
in the late afternoon HWOSU were paged to a 2nd alarm scrub fire in the Stokes Valley area
Both 4926 and 4828 responded to the scene and were tasked with traffic control
You can read more about the fire here https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/suspicious-very-dangerous-scrub-fire-under-power-lines-in-lower-hutt-extinguished
At 11.17pm HWoSU were paged to respond to a 3rd level alarm fire at Upper Hutt College
Their technology block was well involved when arriving at the scene
Both 4926 and 4928 attended and assisted on scene with traffic and crowd control, refreshments and running tasks.
For further details please click on the link below on Stuff
We have ben offline for sometime - we are back!
All settled in with John at the wheel and we are away again, with 3 new members joining our crew, our new station is not too far away from completion and our new van that will replace our aging 4926 is getting closer and closer to being put on the road! Check
Our unit was rocked with the passing of Senior Station Officer Wayne Bedford on the 19th January
Wayne had served for over 45 years in the fire service both in the paid and volunteer world, with being a member of our brigade for just over 10 years and within that time he has contributed with his leadership, knowledge and mentoring of our
After a well-deserved break over the silly season our brigade is back into weekly drills, hitting the ground running with our busy training schedule. With making the most of the good weather we have been getting out and about on training nights with our crews - check out the gallery for various pictures