The Hartsdale Fire District will be holding a Monthly Meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners on Monday Oct. 13, 2014 at 7:30PM at the Hartsdale Fire Station No.2 located at 300 West Hartsdale Ave Hartsdale, New York 10530.
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Seven members of the Hartsdale Fire Department completed the Tunnels to Towers run this past Sunday to help support our brothers from the FDNY and raise money for the Stephen Siller Foundation. We will never forget!... (Full Story & Photos)
DC Perritt, FF Vergo, PFF Collins, FF Palmesi, FF Esterly, Chief Rush, FF Musorrafiti at the start of the Tunnels to Towers Run
lowering and raising a horizontal stokes basket configuration with an attendant
Over the course of the last four days, five members of the department along with multiple members of the Greenville, Fairview, Yonkers, New Rochelle Fire Departments and members of Westchester County DES completed the New York State Rope Rescue Operations Course. The Training consisted of building on skills the members had already learned during Rescue Technician Basic. The Topics included repelling, ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Monday, September 8th friends and family gathered to take part in a very special night for the members of the Hartsdale Fire Department. The Hartsdale Fire District held its annual awards ceremony to recognize members of the organization for outstanding performance or meritorious actions taken throughout the 2013 calendar year.
The process for selecting recipients involves a panel of representatives ... (Full Story & Photos)
On September 9th at 1353 hours, Hartsdale Fire Department Dispatch Center received a 911 call for the report of a vehicle that had struck a utility pole and was now on fire, unknown injuries. Hartsdale Fire Dispatched Car 2172, Engine 171 and E-170. Engine 170 arrived on location and reported they had an active car fire confined to the engine compartment, all occupants appeared to be out of the vehicle. ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 0014Hrs Elmsford's Chief, Car 2111 transmitted a working fire for smoke showing from a commercial building at 13 Haven Street. The first alarm assignment included Hartsdale Engine 170. Engine 170 responded and was instructed by command to stretch a line and assist on the "A" side of the building. The crew stretched a 2.5 inch hand line and then began assisting Elmsford members with cutting roll ... (Full Story & Photos)
Photo Credit: Elmsfordfd.com
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