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CONTACT INFO

Associate Director
Charles Kelleher
ckelleher@qvec.org
860-412-1499

Administrative Manager
John DonFrancisco
qvec@sbcglobal.net
860-412-1498

Operation Supervisor
Travis Irons
tirons@qvec.org
860-412-1493

Fax
860-779-0712

Website
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All other inquiries
860-412-1500
860-774-7555
860-564-5610


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   South Killingly Fire
   East Killingly Fire
   Danielson Fire
   Williamsville Fire
Town of Scotland
   Scotland Fire & Amb
Town of Woodstock
   Woodstock Fire & Amb
   Bungay Fire
   Muddy Brook Fire
Town of Plainfield
   Plainfield Fire
   Moosup Fire
   Moosup-Plainfield Amb
   Central Village Fire
   Atwood Hose Fire
Town of Canterbury
   Canterbury Fire & Amb
Town of Brooklyn
   Mortlake Fire & Amb
   East Brooklyn Fire
Town of Thompson
   Thompson Hill Fire
   Community Fire & Amb
   Quinebaug Fire
   East Thompson Fire
   West Thompson Fire
Town of Sprague
   Baltic Fire & Amb
Town of Lisbon
   Lisbon Fire & Amb
Town of Pomfret
   Pomfret Fire & Amb
Town of Griswold
   Griswold Fire
   Griswold Ambulance
   Jewett City Fire
Town of Hampton
   Hampton Fire
   Hampton-Chaplin Amb
Town of Chaplin
   Chaplin Fire
Town of Putnam
   East Putnam Fire
Town of Eastford
   Eastford Fire
Town of Voluntown
   Voluntown Fire & Amb
Town of Sterling
   Sterling Fire
   Oneco Fire
Paramedic Service
   American Ambulance
 

 

CL&P PRIORITY SYSTEM

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Priority Level One
(Life Threatening)
A level 1 exists in a situation where a person or persons cannot be rescued until the electric company either shuts off the power or disconnects a service line at the scene.  This is a life-threatening situation.

Example 1: A person (conscious/unconscious) is trapped in a vehicle with a fallen power line laying across it.  Injuries are unknown.

Example 2: A structure is on fire and a person or persons is trapped.  The electric service to the structure is energized limiting appropriate action such as raising ladders, etc.

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Priority Level Two
(Hindering Operations)
A level 2 exists in a situation where an electrical hazard exists that is hindering operations, but is not life-threatening.

Example 1: A structure is on fire, it has been confirmed that no one is inside.  The electric service to the structure is energized and the fire department is unable to cut power at the fuse/circuit breaker box.

Example 2: A structure fire is in the process of being extinguished.  Service wires to the building are hindering or obstructing full access for overhaul and other related operations.

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Priority Level Three
(Electrical Hazard Exists - Non-Threatening)
A level three exists in a situation where an electrical hazard exists but in a location that is non-threatening or of no immediate threat to life or property.

Example: Wires down or transformer fire.  Police or fire standing by securing the scene with an appropriate safety zone.

 

 

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