The Vanderhoof Fire Department got a new fire truck this year in February. (Aman Parhar/Omineca Express)

Quarterly fire report from April until June, 2019

The quarterly fire report for the District of Vanderhoof was released on July 24 at a regular public meeting.

Between the months of April and June 2019, the fire operations communications centre received 305, 911 calls for Vanderhoof and area

Of the 305 calls received, 49 were forwarded to the fire operations communications centre for fire department response.

READ MORE: Fire forces 36 people at Vanderhoof care home to evacuate

In terms of percentages of call type — 78 percent were fire related, 18 percent rescue and 2 percent were medical related.

See the chart below for more details.

Aman Parhar
Editor, Vanderhoof Omineca Express

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The charts below indicate the Total 9-1-1 calls received by Month and by Call Type. (DOV regular public meeting document)

The charts below indicate the 9-1-1 calls received by Month and by Call Type. (DOV regular public meeting document)

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