Dispatcher Morton received a call from the police at 00:51 reporting the crash. Toned to the scene were Engine 2 with a crew of Captain Hansen and Firefighters Brideau and Cormier and Ambulance 2 with a crew of Firefighters Mamone and Lappin. On arrival crews found one vehicle had crashed into three
other vehicles parked in a driveway with heavy damage. One patient was found with minor injury and treated by the ambulance crew. Engine 2 removed hazards from the vehicles and covered spilled fluids on the scene. The call was placed under control at 01:14. The patient was
transported to a Nashua Hospital for further treatment. Engine 2 remained on the scene for a time assisting the police and awaiting a wrecker to remove the vehicles.
Crews responded to 65 Ferry Street on May 5th, to this accident involving four vehicles.
Ferry Street Crash Injuries One Damages Several Vehicles
A vehicle struck a telephone pole, stone wall and three parked vehicles before coming to rest at 65 Ferry Street on May 5th.
Local 3154 Donates To The Zach Tompkins Fund
On March 8, 2010 11 year-old Zach Tompkins died
unexpectedly at his Hudson home. Zach a fifth grader with high honors student at Presentation of Mary Academy, touched the lives of many. He also excelled as a baseball player and personified the ideal athlete as a Hudson-Litchfield Bear Football Team.
A week before he died, Zach made a plate in the shape of a
stadium. He named it “Zach’s Stadium,” and it was to be the home of the Hudson-Litchfield Bears, which Zach played for. To insure that Zach dream was realized his family has created a memorial fund in Zach’s memory with the hope of raising enough money to make his vision of the stadium a reality. The Town of Hudson, Hudson-Litchfield News, Board of
Selectmen, town organizations, citizens, and to many others to name have joined forces to see this project completed and to make his dream a reality. On May 9th, Mothers Day the Tomkins Family came to the
Central Fire Station to receive a donation to the Zach Fund. Local 3154 President Erich Weeks and several firefighters were on hand to present the family a $1000.00 check towards the fund. Many members of the department have helped out in other
ways. Once construction starts many hours of manpower will be needed to build the complex. Firefighters have pledged to work in all areas of the project donating their time. Also many
Hudson Heat May 2010
Pictured above left to right front row Local 3154 Secretary Greg Rich, Jim Bavaro, Mike Tompkins, Nicole Tompkins, Nick Tompkins, Chris Tompkins, Justin Greenlaw, Local 3154 President Erich Weeks and Dan Skafas. Back row left to right Dennis Haerinck, Al Dube, Dean Sulin, Dave Brideau, Jim Lappin and Martin Conlon.
members have purchased wrist bands to wear to honor the 11 year- old and to support the cause. If anyone would like to donate time or would like to purchase a
wrist band please see Jim Paquette or Dave Morin. A big thank you goes out to the members of Local 3154 for their donation to make a little boys dream come true.
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