Rochester, NY: Metro Fire Scanner

Rochester, NY: Metro Fire Scanner

Provided by: Incident Broadcast Network

The Rochester Fire Department is a Paid Department of over 500 Firefighters protecting the Population of approx 250,00 people in a City located on the south shore of Lake Ontario from 18 strategically located stations. The Rochester Department also responds to numerous emergency situations, such as, vehicle extrications, medical emergencies, high-level rescue, hazardous materials incidents, structural collapse, swift water rescue, and many more.

There is 1 Volunteer Unit that has a Paid Fire Department Driver, this unit handles salvage and overhaul duties.

The audio player below will automatically start, delivering you a full and uncensored feed of the Rochester emergency dispatch. The audio may take a moment to start, but if you do not hear anything within a few minutes, try the additional streaming player, or click the link below to play in your preferred audio player.

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Rochester, NY: Metro Fire Scanner

Special thanks to David Weimer, Operator of the Rochester Metro Feed and System Administrator for IBN for corrections to this information.