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Central Islip NY N.Y. – On the weekend of May 13th & 14th the Islip Town Fire Museum & Education Center hosted its 2nd annual Man VS. Machine training. This year’s training consisted of 2 days of training and valuable material. Departments from across Suffolk and Nassau
Winona Lake Engine Company responded to a two vehicle MVA on May 24th at intersection of State Route 17K/Unity Place.
Town/Newburgh EMS and Police were at scene. One driver was transported by Town/Newburgh EMS to Montefiore-St Lukes
Hospital. Fire fighters spread speedy
FARMINGTON, NY - On Saturday, May 21, at 12:32 p.m., firefighters from Farmington, Victor and Canandaigua responded to fire in a mobile home at 10 Melbar Drive.
Units arrived on location and reported a working fire with exposure issues.
Unfortunately, one dog
PATERSON, NJ - A three alarm fire tore through a large commercial building in Paterson with a bow-string truss roof early on May 22nd. The building was destroyed, but there were no reports of serious injuries.
Companies were dispatched to Levine Industries, at 21 Florida
On Saturday May 21st 2022 at 10:56 am the Mastic Fire Department, Mastic Ambulance Company, and Suffolk County Police Department were dispatched to 116 Riverside Avenue between Whittier Drive and Orchid Drive. Units quickly went on the road and were advised that the caller
Shortly after 8pm on Friday, May 20, 2022, the Windsor Locks Fire Department was dispatched to 11 Patty Lane for a reported attic fire. Upon arrival, crews found smoke coming from the dwelling and active fire in the attic. A significant smoke condition was also found coming
North Patchogue N.Y. – On Tuesday May 17th at about 8:12 AM the North Patchogue FD was activated for a report of a structure fire at 311 Robinson Ave in the Fairfield Apartments. The Hagerman FD was also activated as automatic Mutual aid to the scene.
Julio’s Pizza Co., a popular Atlantic Highlands, NJ, restaurant, generated $400 in donations for the Atlantic Highlands First Aid & Safety Squad with a recent fundraiser.
During the day-long event, a portion of the proceeds from sales at Julio’s was earmarked for the
BRONX, NY - At 2:46 AM on May 18th, the first of several phone alarms were received reporting fire from the roof of a three story multiple dwelling. Different addresses were being received on E. 143rd Street, but as units arrived it was very apparent where the fire was. Very
Units were dispatched for a report of a fire. Units arrived with heavy fire and smoke showing from a room of a motel. Bellmawr along with multiple mutual aid companies operated and quickly brought the fire under control.
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