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Just before 8:00 AM this past Wednesday, Croton Fire and Croton EMS were dispatched to Grand Street - also known as Route 129 - near the Village Line for a Rollover Motor-Vehicle Accident. Responding on this assignment were Engine 118, Rescue 18 and Car 2089 (Dep. Chief J.M. Munson).
Upon arrival, units found one vehicle, traveling westbound towards the village, had apparently left the roadway, ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 3:53 PM on Tuesday, Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department - along with Croton EMS and the Ossining Paramedic Unit - were dispatched to the Croton-Harmon Train Station for a person struck by and under a train. On the dispatch was Rescue 18, Engine 119 and Engine 120.
Engine 119 was first to arrive along with Croton EMS 55B2 within two minutes of dispatch. The crew of E119 and 55B1 made their way up ... (Full Story & Photos)
As members were beginning their monthly FASTeam training at our Station #2, the team was dispatched to the scene of a heavily-involved structure fire in the City of Peekskill. While turning out of quarters with a full crew, we were cancelled and the assignment was given to another company.
After securing E119 in it's bay, we were then alerted to a cover assignment in Peekskill for the report of ... (Full Story & Photos)
Around 9:45 AM on Tuesday, July 7th, Croton Fire and EMS were dispatched to a person struck by a motor-vehicle on Croton Point Avenue near the entrance to Croton-Harmon Train Station. On the assignment were Engine 120, Rescue 18, Croton EMS 55B1 and Ossining Paramedic 36M1.
Less than two minutes later, Car 2082 (Asst. Chief Mansfield) was on scene, reporting a female pedestrian was struck by and ... (Full Story & Photos)
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