Dial 911 for emergencies. To reach the station for non-emergency situations, dial 617-343-2880.
The station…More houses not only Boston Fire Department Engine 28 and Tower Ladder 10, but also the headquarters for Division Two, one of the two groupings into which the Boston Fire Department is split. The station is part of District 9.
The firefighters who man this station round the clock all receive specialized traning in technical rescue. They learn how to rescue people from collapsed buildings, wells, manholes and ship holds.
The ladder truck stationed here has one of the longest reaches in the Boston Fire Department. For every fire in Division Two that reaches two or more alarms, Tower Ladder 10 responds.
Each morning at 8:30am the firefighters hold an equipment check. Children are welcome to attend with their parents or guardians.
For public transportation: The 38 and 39 buses go to the fire house from the Forest Hills station (Orange Line).
The Boston Fire Department's firefighters and other personnel work out of …More href="http://www.cityofboston.gov/fire/locations.asp">35 fire stations around the city. The department provides fire protection and basic emergency services, in addition to many specialized skills, such as dealing with hazardous materials and water rescues. For emergencies, dial 911. The phone number for the administrative headquarters is 617-343-3415.
Here are the neighborhood fire stations in neighborhoods served by Patch:
Charlestown: Engine 32 and Ladder 9
Charlestown: Engine 50
Jamaica Plain: Engine 28 and Tower Ladder 10
South End: Engine 3 and Special Unit
South End: Engine 22, W-25 & Hazardous Materials unit