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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)
Another school year has come and gone, and for the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department, that means graduation time for six of our High School students.
The recent graduates from the Croton-Harmon High School this year were Tommy Kaplan, Richard Leach and Daniel Vlad Jr. Graduating from the Hendrick Hudson High School in Montrose are Taylor Brown, Naomi Moledo and Alyssa Rinaldi.
The Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department operates a team of firefighters who specialize in and prepare for the daunting task of firefighter rescue. In plain English, these members prepare for incidents where we may have to save one of our own. For our department, this team of well-trained members has been in existence for nearly 18 years.
At 7:05 last Monday morning, Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department units were called to Amber Drive and Robin Lane in the Village's north end for a dumpster fire. Units dispatched were Engine 119 and Rescue 18, and both were responding minutes later along with Car 2081 (Chief Vlad), and Deputy Chief 2084 (G. Munson).
E119 arrived first, and the crew of five pulled the front bumper mounted "Trash Line," ... (Full Story & Photos)
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