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06/26/2016: 40 ARROWCREST DR CROTON: @HUDSON NATIONAL GOLF CLUB, Cross: RED MAPLE RIDGE, Type:ALARM, COMM, Time out: 13:39:05 Area: CROTN,Alarm lev: 0
06/24/2016: YORKTOWN RD/SHORT HILL RD CORTLANDT, Cross: YORKTOWN RD, Type:MVA, INJURIES, Time out: 09:38:58 Area: CROTN,Alarm lev: 0
06/22/2016: 94 COLABAUGH POND RD CORTLANDT, Cross: MT AIRY RD E, Type:BRUSH, default, Time out: 13:38:59 Area: CROTN,Alarm lev: 0
A 47 Year Old Brooklyn man drowned off of Croton Point this past Tuesday.
At 10:55 on a somewhat hot, sunny morning, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department was called to Croton Point Park for a possible drowning. Conflicting reports couldn’t pinpoint the exact location of the incident in the park originally, and the original response assignment was based on information the subject may have been out ... (Full Story & Photos)
Today, in front of nearly 90 members and guests, the Washington Engine Company No. 2 held their annual Memorial Day Service at our firehouse. The event, as it has been for many years, was emceed by Company President Joe Streany. This years event was dedicated in memory of two of our past Captains - Louis Giglio and Elwood "Skip" Munson - whom passed away since last Memorial Day. Also remembered ... (Full Story & Photos)
The month of May is known also as "National Water Safety Month." With multiple bodies of water within our response area, as well as the large number of residential swimming pools, the Croton-on-Hudson Fire Department wants to ensure all of our residents and visitors are as safe and educated as possible when it comes to swimming, boating and just being around one of Croton's great attractions.
Every year, the two Companies of the Harmon Firehouse - Harmon Engine Company #3 and Croton Fire Patrol #1 - hold their annual Memorial Service around the time when they moved into their current firehouse. Officers and Members from both Companies read the names of their fallen and reflect on their memories.
At 6:40 PM on Wednesday, 4/20, the Somers Volunteer Fire Department as well as multiple Mutual Aid companies were operating at a large, wind-driven brush fire off of Lovell Street. A shift in the wind caused the fire to rapidly grow and move towards some nearby homes, so additional resources - including our Tanker 10 - were called to the scene.