Two more weekends left for Open Burning Season in MA! Permits are available at Shirley Fire HQ for $10 cash/check. Burning is allowed daily from 10-4 per discretion of the Chief. Please call the station at 978-425-4333 the day that you intend to burn with your Permit # and address.

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Massachusetts Department of Fire Services

There are two more weekends left in open burning season. Don't let your open burning get out of control. Get your permit and check the air quality conditions. B...urn small piles and slowly add to them. Stand by your brush pile with a hose, rake, shovel and cell phone in case you need to call 9-1-1. Call the fire department at the first sign the fire is out of control. It's more embarrassing and dangerous if you wait.

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A fun day yesterday for the SFD...we started off the day by conducting our annual MDA Boot Drive from 8-11. We were fortunate enough to raise $1400 in that time which goes directly to the MDA!!!...Later in the day as you will see here in the attached video we participated in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge after being called out by Brian Callahan. We are calling out the Shirley Shirley Police Department the Shirley Town Selectman and the Shirley Highway Department. You have 24 hours to complete the challenge and pay $10 to the ALS fund per person or you can not complete the challenge and pay $100 per person to the fund. The SFD Hose Company is donating $300 to the ALS fund!!! Have a fun but safe rest of your weekend!!!
Early this morning at approximately 1:45 the SFD and SPD responded to the area of 104 Center Road for a single car MVA. 35C, E5, A1, 36A1, and SPD responded. Upon arrival companies found a car into the woods with one patient entrapped. Companies used the jaws to remove both the drivers door, the drivers side rear door, and the "B" pillar. Due to to the MOI Med Flight was requested. The patient was extricated and transported ALS to NVMC where crews met Med Flight at the Landing Pad. The single patient was flown to Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston with non-life threatening injuries.
Here is a short video from yesterday's fire.