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Springfield, MA Fire Dept. - American Medical Response (Springfield MA Division)
 
Springfield Firehouse Locations (Feq: Ch 1 - 154.400, Ch 2 - 154.175)
 
Springfield Fire Headquarters (Station 1) - 605 Worthington St.
Apparatus: Engine 1 and Ladder 1

Station 3 - 382 White St.
Apparatus: Engine 3, Ladder 3 & District Chief 2

Station 5 - Indian Orchard - 15 Odessa St.
Apparatus: Engine 5 and Ladder 5

Station 8 - Mason Square - 33 Eastern Ave.
Apparatus: Engine 8, Ladder 8 & Heavy Rescue
Station 9 - 1212 Carew St.
Apparatus: Engine 9 , Ladder 9, Hazmat 1, Arson/bomb Squad, and District Chief 1

Station 10 - 2729 Main St.
Apparatus: Engine 10

Station 12 - Sixteen Acres - 1265 Parker St.
Apparatus: Engine 12 and Brush 1

Station 16 - 16 Massreco St.
Apparatus: Engine 16
 
American Medical Response - Springfield (Feq: 155.295)

AMR Springfield provides emergency medical transport service and 911 emergency medical dispatching for Springfield, Holyoke, East Longmeadow, and Hampden. Founded in 1996, AMR Springfield employs approximately 322 paramedics and EMTs and handles about 50,000 calls annually.  Ambulance unit numbers for AMR Springfield are all in the 400s (Ex. 401, 402); this is the ambulance region number AMR Springfield was given years ago.

Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency - Amherst Repeater (Feq: 153.905)

The Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is the state agency responsible for coordinating federal, state, local, voluntary and private resources during emergencies and disasters in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Communications Dispatchers for MEMA are responsible to monitor all fire reports around the state, severe weather throughout the state, and all seismic activity in New England. They dispatch for the Department of Fire Services, Department of Conservation and Recreation (State Fire Wardens & State Park Rangers), Department of Public Safety, Department of Environmental Protection, and of course the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency.

Scanner Equipment - Broadcasting from Springfield, MA