Local fire departments are sending out the call for help. They say in todays busy world they're struggling to find enough volunteers to help fight fires and respond to other emergencies. In Carmel, Chief Michael Azevedo says he has a hard time making sure enough people are available for when people dial 911. He relies on mutual aid agreements with other towns just to have enough manpower to respond. Without those agreements, there could be big delays in situations where every moment counts. Chief Azevedo says his department is not alone He's urging people to check with their own departments to learn about the need in their communities.