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 13:05hrs Station 34 was dispatched for a structure fire on Pine Kill Road near Upper Pine Kill Road. Otisville Fire Department was also dispatched on Automatic Mutual Aid. 34-1 arrived on scene to find a smoke condition in the structure with fire in the chimney.
At 03:30hrs Chief L. Tunno had 53 Control sound the alarm for all firefighters to the Station for flooding along the Pine Kill. Chief Tunno met up with State Police and NYS DOT and surveyed the area flooding.
At 03:15hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at the Otisville Fire Station while they were operating at a second alarm structure fire. While en route to the stand by assignment, 34-11s assignment changed to respond to the scene of the fire on Mt.
At 20:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine and all available manpower to stand by at the Otisville Fire Station. Otisville had multiple units operating at a working structure fire in the Pocatello Fire District.
At 03:51hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to respond to a working structure fire on Burlingham Road near Sunset Circle. 34-31 arrived on scene and quickly dumped into a portable tank and went for water at the fill site.
At 02:30hrs Station 34 was dispatched mutual aid to the Cuddebackville Fire District. The Tanker was requested to respond to the Pine Grove Mobile Home Park off Route 209 for a working trailer fire. Upon arrival at the scene, 34-31 received orders from Cuddebackville Car 2 to feed Cuddebackville's T...
Less than 24 hours after going to a working fire in Wurtsboro, Station 34 went to the scene of another working fire in Summitville. At 00:22hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at Summitville's Station while they operated at a working structure fire.
With the temperature near 10 degrees and snow falling, Station 34 was dispatched at 04:29hrs for the Engine to the scene of a working structure fire in Wurtsboro. The fire was on Kingston Ave (Route 209).
At 20:57hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to respond to a structure fire in Deerpark Manor. 34-11 arrived on scene and was directed by Cuddebackville Command to assist with ventilation after a small stove fire was extinguished.
At 13:30hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a one vehicle MVA in front of 2250 Route 209. It was reported as no entrapment and there was one minor injury. 34-3 arrived on scene to find a pickup truck that left the roadway and was behind a house.
At 23:47hrs during the height of a Nor'Easter with blizzard conditions, Station 34 was dispatched to a structure fire on Pine Kill Road in the area of Upper Pine Kill Road. 34-11 arrived on scene to find heavy smoke pushing out of the front door of the house.
At 22:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to a working fire in Huguenot. 34-31 was the 3rd due Tanker to the fire off Neversink Drive. The crew quickly dumped into the porta-pond and went to the fill site at New Hope Farms.
At 16:55hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at Otisville. Otisville was operating at a working chimney fire. A full crew on 34-11 along with 34-2 covered their Station. 34-1, 34-2 and 34-11 responded.
At 15:30hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at Wurtsboro. Wurtsboro was operating both Engines, Rescue and Tanker at a working structure fire in Bloomingburg. 34-3 and 34-11 stood by at Wurtsboro while crews stood by at our Station with 34-31 and 34-61.
At 18:41hrs Station 34 was dispatched for a search crew to assemble at the Station to assist Rock Hill Fire Department. Rock Hill was requesting Station 34 to search the Neversink Gorge State Land from the Mamakating side.
At 06:43hrs Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid to Cuddebackville. The request was to shut down Route 209 South at Sullivan County Route 163 East. Cuddebackville was working a MVA with a tree down on Route 209 south of Port Orange Road.
At 1920hrs Station 34 was dispatched to an automatic alarm at 565 Pine Kill Road. A small fire in a cooking pot on the stove caused the alarm. 34-2 arrived to find a light smoke condition. 34-31 was first due because the Engine was out for PM.
At 17:35hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at the Otisville Station. Otisville was operating at a structure fire and had sounded a 2nd alarm assignment. Most mutual was canceled but the Engine was still sent for stand by duty.
At 15:12hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a smoke investigation between Pine Kill Road and Rustic Hills Road. Otisville was dispatched AMA with one Engine and 34-4 upgraded their response to include a Brush Truck.
At 19:18hrs Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid for the Tanker to respond to Wurtsboro. Wurtsboro was operating at a working structure fire on Yankee Lake Road near Wolf Pond Road. 34-31 was quickly on the road as the firefighters were at the station for weekly maintenance.
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