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At 12:12 PM on Wednesday, Engine 119 (Washington), Engine 118 (Chemical), Rescue 18 (Fire Patrol) and Croton EMS were dispatched to the north end of the village on Albany Post Road for a single car accident.
On scene, units found an elderly female in an Audi that went off the roadway heading northbound, that struck a large rock and was substantially damaged. Car 2089 (DC J. Munson) assumed command ... (Full Story & Photos)
At Midnight on Thursday, following an evening of hands-on training for Croton's Bravest, we were dispatched to 100 Maple Street for a reported structure fire.
Car 2089 (Deputy Chief John Munson) arrived first about two minutes later reporting fire showing on sides Bravo (left) and Charlie (rear) of a three-story wood-frame residence and transmitted the "10-75" Working Fire Assignment. Car 2083 (Pesavento) ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Wednesday night, 30 of Croton's Bravest participated in a Department Drill at the Millwood FD Training House on Route 134. The focus of the drill was residential fire operations - something that would be used less than two hours after the drill concluded at a house fire in the village.
Members rotated through five different evolutions simulating a residential structure fire. The crews took turns ... (Full Story & Photos)
This past Saturday, ten of Croton's Bravest - and a pair from Millwood Fire Department - spent the day reviewing techniques on how to save one of our own. This type of training is of unmatched importance and is a skill set any firefighter who puts on the gear needs to know.
Starting bright and early, we ventured over to the Metro-North Croton-Harmon Yard where we spent a couple of hours reviewing ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 9:39 Friday morning, Croton Fire, Croton EMS and the Ossining Paramedic Fly Car were dispatched to Route 129 (Yorktown Road) and Short Hill Road in Cortlandt for a two-vehicle collision. On the initial assignment was Engine 118 (Chemical) and Rescue 18.
Car 2081 (Chief Mansfield) arrived minutes later, reporting a two-vehicle accident and that one subject was still in the car requiring a "Door ... (Full Story & Photos)
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