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Southern RI and SE CT Fire and EMS


  
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 Southern RI and SE CT Fire and EMS

Covers Fire & EMS for southwest Rhode Island and southeast CT. Includes Westerly Regional Dispatch Center & Lifestar Medevac Helicopter.

Status: NOW BROADCASTING ALPHA TAGS OF THE CHANNEL NAMES ALONG WITH THE AUDIO
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Feed Notes

This scanner feed covers Fire & EMS frequencies in the following towns:

RI:   Westerly, Charlestown, Richmond, Hopkinton, Exeter, West Greenwich, South Kingstown (fire only, not EMS), and Block Island.

CT:  Stonington, North Stonington and Ledyard, CT.

This feed also includes:

Lifestar Helicopter  on 155.385

Air Emergency Frequency 121.5 (aka "Guard")

Air Search & Rescue  Frequency 123.1  (multi agency SAR coordination)

US Coast Guard channels are available on my separate aviation feed. See note below.

Other Notes relating to the Southern RI and SE CT Fire & EMS feed:

About Me:

My full time job is a public safety radio communications technician.  I'm also a radio hobbyist including  amateur "Ham" radio (Extra class license holder), and scanning public safety, aviation, Coast Guard and military frequencies.   I'm a  former  volunteer firefighter/EMT.  

I run a separate aviation scaner feed  which covers the smaller general aviation airports (CTAF),  Flight Watch, Flight Service, US Coast Guard,  RI Air National Guard Ops, and NORAD Air Intercept  frequencies in the  RI  & southern New England area.  It does not carry  ATC frequencies such as Providence Approach/Departure or Boston Center.    My aviation feed is streaming 24/7 via LiveATC.net.  Here's the link:  http://www.liveatc.net/search/?icao=kwst.

I welcome feedback and comments from listeners regarding both scanner feeds.  You can email me at aa1plradio@verizon.net.  Thanks for  listening.

Pete H. 

AA1PL