02/05/2016: 100 TRUESDALE DR CROTON, Cross: OLD POST RD S, Type:INVEST, CO-NO, Time out: 16:42:37 Area: CROTN,Alarm lev: 0
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With a new year comes some changes in the ranks at the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department.
On Thursday evening, in front of members, family, friends and the entire Village of Croton-on-Hudson Board of Trustees - including Mayor Greg Schmidt - the newly elected and appointed Officers for the new year were sworn in, taking their oaths of office for 2016.
A car fire on the southbound Croton River Bridge snarled traffic this New Year's Eve morning.
Croton's Bravest were called to a fully involved car fire at 7:42 AM. Tanker 10 arrived first and put a 1 3/4" line to work knocking down the bulk of the blaze. Engine 118 arrived next and was assigned to put a foam line to work on the burning fuel and fuel tank.
A Residential Fire Alarm is credited with notifying the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department of an actual fire in the home this past Monday.
At 11:32 AM, the CFD was dispatched to 3 Hollis Lane in the Mount Airy Fire Protection District in Cortlandt. Car 2082 (Mansfield) arrived and reported smoke in the house and requested the assignment to be upgraded, bringing the balance of CFD units and 2 Mutual ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 12:33 PM on a rainy Wednesday, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department was called to an unusual event on Bungalow Road - where a car drove off the roadway and into the pond. On the initial dispatch were Engine 120 and Rescue 18 along with EMS.
Car 2089 (DC J. Munson) arrived less than two minutes later and reported the vehicle was fully submerged in the pond and the driver was out of the car and ... (Full Story & Photos)
A fast-moving blaze destroyed a large Garrison home on Monday night, bringing our Tanker 10 in on the 2nd Alarm Tanker Task Force. Car 2083 (Colombo) and Tanker 10 were on scene just 12 minutes after dispatch with over a dozen Croton Fire volunteers.
Upon T10's arrival as the 3rd arriving Tanker, we assisted by shuttling water to the scene from a hydrant a few miles away and provided manpower to ... (Full Story & Photos)
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