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For the fourth time in April - and the second time in less than a week - the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department was called to a Working Structure Fire.
At 1:48 AM on Tuesday, the CFD was called as a FASTeam to the Briarcliff Manor Fire Department on their "10-75" assignment. Also on this box was an Engine & Truck from Ossining Fire Department, a Truck from Millwood Fire and Ossining Volunteer Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)
Residents noticed smoke filling their home at a South Ledge Loop home around 12:30 AM Thursday, summoning the volunteers of the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department.
Car 2082 (1st Assistant Chief Colombo) arrived minutes later reporting smoke showing from the roof line and that all occupants were safely out of the home. He then directed the first-in Engine Company - Engine 119 - to drop their 5" supply ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday afternoon, our neighbors to the south - the Ossining Fire Department - was called out to investigate an outside smoke condition in the Crotonville section of their district. After investigating the smoke, the source was found on Cedar Lane near the Cedar Lane Park. The smoke was emanating from a garage on fire with surrounding brush as well. Car 2331 (Chief Manicchio) struck out their ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Monday, April 3rd, Chief Mansfield placed the new Rescue 18 in service, replacing it's 1993 International / Cayel Craft predecessor which faithfully served us for 23 years.
The new R18 is a 2015 Spartan/Rescue One demo apparatus, sold to the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department by Hendrickson Fire-Rescue Equipment of Islandia, NY. The apparatus boasts some of the following features;
On Sunday evening around 6:45 PM, the Yorktown Heights Fire Department was dispatched to Wilson Road in the Hunterbrook section of their district for a reported house fire. Units arrived a short time later confirming the fire and struck the "10-75" working fire assignment, bringing Mutual Aid from the Croton-on-Hudson and other area departments to the scene and into their station for coverage.