Waltham firefighters participated in a mock fatal drunk driving crash for Waltham High School students, which is meant to teach students about the dangers of drunk driving. Photo Credit: Peter Lobo. No unauthorized use or reproduction.
A three alarm fire at Windsor Village displaced 15 people and caused heavy damage earlier this week. Firefighters had limited access and had to lay long lengths of hoses. Two residents had to escape by a safety ladder. Photos by Peter Lobo — NO UNAUTHORIZED USE.
Waltham Firefighters attended the funeral on Wednesday, March 22, 2017 for Watertown Firefighter Joseph Toscano, who was killed in the line of duty on March 17. Photos by Peter Lobo. NO UNAUTHORIZED USE.
On Saturday, March 11, firefighters responded to smoke in Evolve Hair dressers 580 moody Street. It took about an hour to pull and cut the ceilings to control the fire. Photos by Peter Lobo. NO UNAUTHORIZED PUBLICATION.
Feb. 22: Firefighters had to pull the ceilings and the exterior walls to access a fire at 252 Calvary Street. Photos by Peter Lobo
WALTHAM — Fire Chief Paul Ciccone (center) announces the following promotions: Matt Cunningham to lieutenant Scott Lawson to Lieutenant Brian Kiernan to Lieutenant John Bonadio to Captain Tom Ferrick to Captain Photo by Peter Lobo. No unauthorized use.
Pictured: Chief Paul Ciccone (center), Michael Carroll, David Castagno, Michael Leone, David Valego, Zachary Cardosa, Patrick Losi, and Stephen Porter.
WALTHAM — Deputy Fire Chief A. Randy Mullin was presented with a citation from Chief Paul Ciccone on Feb. 3 for completing an Executive Fire Officer Training Program, of a course of four years, through the National Fire Academy in Maryland. Deputy Mullin graduated with honors. Photos by Peter Lobo, No Unauthorized use.
The Waltham Fire Department took delivery of a new heavy rescue truck on Tuesday. Three fire fighters (Captain Paul Quaranto, Lt. John Babstock and FF Greg Davis) were instrumental in putting together the specifications for the new truck, which took nearly a year to build. Rescue 1 will replace Rescue 6 a much older
More than 120 people gathered over the weekend to celebrate several retirements from the Waltham Fire Department. Photos by Peter Lobo – NO UNAUTHORIZED USE