The Hartsdale Fire District will be holding a Monthly Meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners on Monday, May 9, 2016 at 7:30PM at Hartsdale Fire Station No.2 located at 300 West Hartsdale Ave Hartsdale, New York 10530.
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At 19:20 hours on 4/30/15, a 10-75 was transmitted by Scarsdale FD at 19 Cayuga Rd for an electrical fire in the basement. Engine 170 was requested as the FASTeam to the scene. Members assembled FAST equipment and reported to the front of the fire building, where they were informed the fire was knocked down and over-haul was in progress. Members stood by until command released Engine 170, as the ... (Full Story & Photos)
The Hartsdale Fire Department is proud to be hosting the Municipal Training Officers Delivery of Confined Space Rescue Technician Training. This is a 32 hour class which provides emergency response personnel with practical training in confined space hazards, air monitoring and ventilation, space isolation techniques, Personal Protective Equipment, retrieval systems and methods for confined space rescue. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Early Sunday morning just after 1 am with the thunder and lightning storm in full effect Hartsdale Fire was alerted to a possible basement fire on Ridge Road. A full assignment with Greenville Squad 15 was dispatched. Hartsdale units encountered some severe rain, hail, winds, thunder and lighting while responding. On arrival HFD units were advised there was a fire in the basement that was possibly ... (Full Story)
Captain Timothy Mentrasti, Photos By:Alan Zale, March 17
Just after 3am Hartsdale dispatch was alerted by a resident of Cross Hill Road that her house was filling with smoke and could possibly be on fire. Hartsdale dispatched Car 2172, Engine 169, Tower Ladder 15 with an engine from Greenville for a reported structure fire. Engine 170 was already operating at a Medical emergency on East Hartsdale Avenue and would be delayed. Based upon the potential delay ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Wednesday morning multiple members of the Greenburgh Police Department, Hartsdale and Fairview Fire Departments reported to the New Tappan Zee Bridge. The technical rescue team members were there to walk through the site and pre-plan the site in the event of a future emergency. The project will be on going for at least another two years. The towers of the new span create an interesting challenge ... (Full Story & Photos)