A stubborn fire within a mulch / yard waste pile including large logs in the Town of Mount Pleasant kept area firefighters busy this week.
On Tuesday morning, Briarcliff Manor FD was dispatched to the Mount Pleasant Sportsman's Club on Clay Bird Lane for an outside odor of smoke. Upon their arrival, they found a significant amount of fire in the 50-60 foot high pile. With no fire hydrants nearby, ... (Full Story & Photos)
Last night, in front of over 65 family members, friends and peers, the Washington Engine Company No. 2 recognized it's four senior men for their years of service to the company and the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department.
The night's honorees were Vito Calcutti Sr., Donald "Tex" Fagan, John Giglio and Harold Waters. These men have given over 62, 70, 70 and 59 years, respectively, to the company and ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Monday morning around 11:00 AM, Croton's Bravest were dispatched to a reported motor-vehicle fire on northbound Route 9, near Croton Point Avenue. A highway assignment of two Engines (E120, E119), Tanker 10 and Rescue 18 were dispatched.
Car 2083 (Asst. Chief Colombo) arrived first, reporting smoke from a vehicle on the northbound Croton River Bridge. He instructed first-arriving Engine 119 ... (Full Story & Photos)
Certain Smoke and Combination Smoke/Carbon Monoxide Alarms manufactured by Kidde have been voluntarily recalled by Kidde and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The models involved are the hard-wired type with a battery back-up that can be “latched” to other detectors within a residence. It has been determined that the affected alarms may not perform as designed following a power ... (Full Story & Photos)
Even though the weather didn't cooperate, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department's annual Inspection still went off without a hitch.
Due to on again, off again rain all day, the apparatus were judged in their respective quarters prior to the start of the event at Harmon Firehouse. After, all of the apparatus assembled for review by department members, Village officials and visiting fire departments.