10/01/2015: 121 CLAY BIRD LN BRIARCLIFF: @MT PLEASANT SPORTSMANS CLUB: @MOUNT PLEASANT SPORTSMANS CLUB, Cross: CLAYBIRD LN, Type:MA, FIRE, Time out: 08:19:51 Area: BCLFM,Alarm lev: 0
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Croton Fire and EMS were dispatched along with Ossining Fire and EMS to a reported rollover motor-vehicle accident on southbound Route 9 this Saturday night. Due to conflicting reports of the incident's whereabouts, both Croton and Ossining had units responding until it was verified to be within the Village of Croton.
Car 2083 (A/C Colombo) arrived seconds after Ossining was dispatched and confirmed ... (Full Story & Photos)
Our Tanker 10 was part of a "Tanker Task Force" to the Briarcliff Manor Fire Department today. Units, once again, were called to extinguish a fire in a compost/waste pile on Claybird Lane in the Town of Mount Pleasant.
T10, along with Tankers from Millwood Fire, Pleasantville FD and Pocantico Hills FD shuttled over 100,000 gallons of water to the scene. Tanker 10 operated for close to six hours ... (Full Story & Photos)
Last Sunday morning, 5 members of the Croton Fire Department participated in the Stephen Siller "Tunnel to Towers" Run. Chemical Engine Firefighters Ben Goldsmith, Danny Bennett, Jake Tuttle, John Donnelly, as well as Engineer Art Roosa III (Washington Engine), strapped on their full turnout gear and ran the 14th Annual 5K Race, in honor of FDNY Firefighter Stephen Siller.
On Sunday, September 20th, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department finally placed into service our new "Utility 14" - a Special Support Vehicle purchased in 2014.
The vehicle is a Ford F450 crew cab 4x4 with a custom body built by Knapheide. The truck was constructed at Burquip Inc. in Bedford Hills, NY. Some of it's features include a portable electric winch that can be used on the front or rear ... (Full Story & Photos)
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