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The month of May is known also as "National Water Safety Month." With multiple bodies of water within our response area, as well as the large number of residential swimming pools, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department wants to ensure all of our residents and visitors are as safe and educated as possible when it comes to swimming, boating and just being around one of Croton's great attractions.
At 6:40 PM on Wednesday, 4/20, the Somers Volunteer Fire Department as well as multiple Mutual Aid companies were operating at a large, wind-driven brush fire off of Lovell Street. A shift in the wind caused the fire to rapidly grow and move towards some nearby homes, so additional resources - including our Tanker 10 - were called to the scene.
Just after 6:30 AM on Thursday 4/14, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department's volunteers were dispatched to a residential fire alarm in the Scenic Ridge Townhouses on the north end of the village. A "Minor Alarm" response of the First Due Engine (Engine 119), the Tower Ladder (TL44) and Rescue (R18) was dispatched.
Upon the arrival of E119, they reported nothing visible from the exterior of a three-story ... (Full Story & Photos)
A rollover motor-vehicle accident at 3:00 AM Sunday morning, April 3rd, awoke Croton's Bravest. Units were dispatched to Croton Avenue in the Town of Cortlandt for an overturned vehicle with no driver or occupants, however New York State Police requested the assistance of the CFD.
Units arrived to find one vehicle on it's roof about 1/2 a mile in from Route 129. The State Police Troopers on scene ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Sunday evening, the Harmon Engine Company No. 3 recognized two of their three senior-most members for reaching - and surpassing - 50 years of service. These honorees were Past Captains Pat Calcutti, who joined in November 1964, and Harold Lockwood, who became a member in April 1963.
Over the years, much has changed at Harmon Engine - a new firehouse, new apparatus and plenty of new faces - ... (Full Story & Photos)
50 Year Members Pat Calcutti and Harold Lockwood.
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