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10/24/2016: 1280 ALBANY POST RD CROTON: @SKYVIEW HEALTH CARE CENTER, Cross: PRICKLY PEAR HILL RD, Type:MVF, CAR, Time out: 14:57:46 Area: CROTN,Alarm lev: 0
On Sunday, October 16th, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department's volunteers opened up our doors to the community for our 35th annual "Fire Fair."
Fire Fair is held every year to coincide with National Fire Prevention Week. During the days before and after Fire Fair, our members go out and visit local schools and daycare centers to speak about home fire safety and our annual open house event.
At 11:15 PM Saturday night, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department was called to neighboring Ossining Fire Department for a working multi-car garage fire. Car 2082 and Utility 14 - with a dozen CFD volunteers - were on scene on Elizabeth Street just minutes later.
Fire heavily damaged the four-car, nearly two story garage. Ossining's Bravest quickly contained the blaze and kept it from spreading to ... (Full Story & Photos)
The first week of October had the CFD Volunteers answering a dozen calls for assistance. Here's a quick recap of those incidents.
10/1 - A two-car Motor-Vehicle Accident (MVA) occurred on Saturday morning on East Mount Airy Road near Lincoln Road. Car 2082 (Colombo), Car 2083 (Pesavento), Engine 118 (Chemical), Rescue 18(Fire Patrol) and Utility 14 (Washington) were on scene along with one Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)
The month of September was the third month in a row where our volunteers answered more than 40 calls for assistance, with a final tally of 42 incidents. This makes September the third busiest month of 2016 for us - so far - and taking our total number of responses in 2016 up to 314.
September saw some of this year's most notable incidents for the CFD - including three Mutual Aid Brush Fire responses ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Sunday, September 25th, 8 members of the Croton Fire Department participated in the Firefighter Stephen Siller “Tunnel to Towers” Run. Led by 2nd Lieutenant Thomas Mosler of Chemical Engine, the team - consisting of Firefighters Danny Bennett, John Donnelly, Ben Goldsmith, and Jake Tuttle (all of Chemical Engine), in addition to Firefighter Art Roosa III, PAF Jake Dominello and PAF Andrew Liebler ... (Full Story & Photos)
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