A Wolfeboro home suffered only minor damage thanks to the mutual aid of multiple fire crews in the Wolfeboro area. ~ Photo courtesy of Wolfeboro Fire-Rescue
WOLFEBORO, NH – There was a Sunday morning fire in Wolfeboro that could have been much worse if it weren’t for the cooperation of multiple fire crews.
The Wolfeboro Fire-Rescue posted a grateful message on their Facebook page thanking other departments for their help after a structure fire broke out on Beach Pond road at 1:24 am Sunday.
Wolfeboro crews were committed to medical call for a critically ill patient when the call to the fire went out.
Meanwhile Wolfeboro Central Dispatch immediately contacted the Carroll County Sheriffs Office to request a 1st alarm assignment bringing Tuftonboro, Ossipee Corner, and Wakefield Fire departments to the scene of the fire.
Responding crews were able to make quick work of the fire keeping damages to a minimum with no injuries reported.
The department thanked all of those who responded adding “This incident is a perfect example of why the Ossipee Valley Mutual Aid system is so important to our community.”