At 04:56hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a possible structure fire. Car 1 signed on and 911 updated the incident to a possible furnace malfunction. 34-1, 34-2 and 34-11 arrived on scene to find nothin...
At 07:35hrs Station 34 was dispatched on a 1st Alarm AMA to the Cuddebackville Fire District for a reported structure fire in Deer Park Manor. 34-11 and 34-1 arrived 1st due to find all residents eva...
At 13:09hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a fully involved structure fire on Haven Road. Otisville was dispatched on our 1st alarm AMA with an Engine and a Tanker. 34-31 and 34-2 arrived on scene to fi...
At 14:43hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a working structure fire on Martin Road in the Huguenot Fire District. 34-31 arrived on scene at the 3rd due mutual aid Tanker. 1st due companies had the fire ...
Station 34 held a mutual aid drill on Pump and Tanker Operations. Otisville, Cuddebackville, Summitville and Wurtsboro attended the training which involved 25 Firefighters. Drivers were able to work o...
Station 34 Officers and Members would like to welcome Mike Petitti to the Westbrookville Volunteer Fire Company. Firefighter Petitti comes with many years of experience as he served as a Firefighter w...
Station 34 hosted the February meeting of the Sullivan County Volunteer Firefighters Association. We would like to thank eveyone who came to the meeting last night. For more information on the Associa...
At 11:19hrs 34-1 had Control sound the alarm for a bicyclist down on Route 209 near Sullivan County Route 163. 34-61 arrived and began traffic control while EMS from Hatzolah, Mamakating and Port Jervis worked on the patient.
At 11:45hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a Structure Fire in the Otisville Fire District. 34-3 and 34-31 responded. Upon arrival Otisville Command had 34-31 stage behind Howells Engine. After holding the Tanker on scene, Command released Station 34 units.34-3 and 34-31 responded.
At 20:44hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to assist Cuddebackville at a 2nd Alarm structure fire on Route 209. 34-1 and 34-31 responded and an additional alarm was sounded for the Engine to establish a fill site on Orange County Route 61.
At 10:47hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a MVA with one of the vehicles on fire. 34-11, 34-31 and 34-3 found a working truck fire on arrival. The crew placed one CAFS line in operation and knocked the fire down.
At 21:44hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to a working structure fire in the Wurtsboro Fire District. The crew had just returned to the Station from a prior call and the Tanker was on the road during dispatch.
At 11:32hrs Station 34 was dispatched to assist Lumberland Fire with a search for a lost person along the Deleware River. The crew was released after the victim was located.34-1, 34-2, 343 and 34-62 responded.
At 15:01hrs Station 34 was dispatched to close Route 209 South at Port Orange Road in the Cuddebackville Fire District. Cuddebackville was operating at an MVA with a utility pole involved. 209 was closed and traffic was rerouted until Cuddebackville Command released Station 34.34-1, 34-3 and 34-61 r...
At 15:56hrs Station 34 was dispatched to the Huguenot Fire District for a working Structure Fire. 34-31 and 34-31responded. After arriving on scene Water Ops had all incoming Tankers turn around and stage at near the scene.
At 15:31hrs Station 34 was dispatched Inter-County Mutual Aid to a working Barn fire in the Huguenot Fire District. Crews were at the Station and 34-31 and 34-2 were responding upon dispatch. 34-31 arrived on scene and fed Huguenots Tanker.
At 03:15hrs Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid to Otisville for a barn fire. A second alarm was sounded for the Engine to a fill site. 34-31 arrived on scene and filled Slate Hill's Tanker that picked up the supply line.
At 16:14hrs Station 34 was dispatched to assist Rock Hill to search for a lost hiker. The lost hiker was in the Neversink Gorge when he became lost. 911 had coordinates that the lost person was walking into Station 34s district.
At 22:28hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker Mutual Aid to Cuddebackville for a working shed fire. 34-31 responded and dumped 1 load of water. After clearing the fill site, 34-31 was released from the scene.All units were back in service at 11:55hrs.34-1, 34-2, 34-3 and 34-31 responded.
At 18:30hrs Station 34 was dispatched to an MVA with entrapment on Route 209. 34-11 signed on with Sullivan Fire and updated that there was heavy entrapment and serious injuries reported. On arrival 34-11 found 2 occupants extricated prior to their arrival.
At 16:20hrs Station 34 was dispatched to an MVA on Route 209 near Pine Tree Lane. 34-2 arrived on scene of a 1 car MVA that struck a utility pole. 34-11 arrived on scene and controlled the hazards and set up traffic control.
At 15:17hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine on a 1st Alarm assignment to Cuddebackville for a structure fire in DeerPark Manor. When 34-1 signed on with Sullivan Fire, they gave an update that Orange 911 was taking multiple calls on a working fire.
At 19:14hrs Station 34 was dispatched to assist Rock Hill for a SAR of a lost Hiker in the NYS DEC area of the Gorge along the Neversink River. Station 34 had 2 crews that went in off McIntyre Road and made their way down to the River which as over 3 miles off road.
At 13:42hrs Station 34 was dispatched to standby in quarters for Cuddebackville as they were responding to a reported structure fire on Brandt Road. The call was updated by 53 Control that we were now requested to the scene for a working fire.
At 09:18hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to standby at Wurtsboro while they were operating at a structure fire in Summitville. While the crew for 34-11 was assembling, a second alarm was sounded for the Tanker to the scene of the working structure fire in Summitville.
At 15:30hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Brush Equipment and manpower to the scene of a working brush fire on Rout 211 in the Howells Fire District. 34-3 along with 34-51, 34-52 and 34-61 responded.
At 20:56hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to Standby at Huguenot while they operated at a structure fire in their district. 34-1, 34-2 and 34-11 responded. All units were back in service at 23:30hrs.
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