The Hartsdale Fire District will be holding a Monthly Meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners on Monday, April 13, 2015 at 7:30PM at Hartsdale Fire Station No.2 located at 300 West Hartsdale Ave Hartsdale, New York 10530.
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At 1323hrs, E-170 was dispatched as an additional company with Fairview for a reported structure fire at 28 Tomahawk Drive. Fairview units arrived on scene and a 10-75 assignment was requested by E-176's officer. It was reported by command that all residents were out of the structure. The fire was located on the "D" side, exterior of the structure. Upon arrival, members of E-170 assisted Fairview ... (Full Story)
At just before 3pm on Sunday March 8, 2015 Hartsdale Fire Dispatch received a 911 call reporting a fire at 200 Highpoint drive. The caller was a resident on the third floor. The caller reported smoke and heavy odor of something burning from the apartment below. Hartsdale dispatched Car 2172, Engine 170, Engine 169 along with Fairview Engine 174 and Ladder 1. Within just under 3 minutes and 30 seconds ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 6:12pm, HFD dispatch received a commercial alarm; smoke detector activation in the bar area of 191 E. Hartsdale Avenue, Vega Restaurant. A full assignment was dispatched along with Ladder 1 from Fairview. Engine 170 arrived on scene, reporting a 1 story commercial structure, and that they were investigating. Members of Engine 170 made contact with the manager of Vega who reported a smoke condition ... (Full Story & Photos)
At just after 2 am Sunday, March 1, 2015, Hartsdale units were dispatched to a reported ceiling collapse at 415 N. Central Ave. Engine 170 was first arriving confirming a ceiling collapse with the front windows shattered. Car 2172 arrived and assumed command. Greenburgh Police expressed concern that it maybe a robbery attempt. Fairview Ladder 1 was requested to position in the front of the building ... (Full Story & Photos)
Over the last two weeks 13 Hartsdale members completed a joint training program with local police and fire departments. The training was to prepare fire, police and emergency medical responders for an active shooter incident. The training was extremely detailed including several realistic scenarios. A special thank you goes out to the Greenburgh Police Department for providing this great training ... (Full Story)
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