Saturday, February 6th, 2021
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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...
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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...
Saturday, January 30th, 2021
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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...
Tuesday, January 26th, 2021
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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 ...
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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...
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The Engine and a crew attended a live burn drill in Summitville. 34-11 and 34-3 were used at a Tanker fill site. We had both new and older pump operators get some training time in.
Thursday, June 7th, 2018
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...
Tuesday, February 14th, 2017
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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...
Call history
Tuesday, September 9th, 2008
At 08:56hrs Station 34 was dispatched to wires down near 2380 Route 209. 34-5 arrived on scene to find a high voltage power line was down and burning along side the roadway. O&R arrived on scene and asked for assistance while they rerouted power and could shut down the 19,00 volt high voltage ...
Saturday, August 23rd, 2008
At 06:12hrs the alarm was sounded for an MVA near 1967 Route 209. 34-5 was on the scene in less than one minute to find a car had taken out a power pole. The victim had already been self extricated when 34-5 arrived on scene.
Saturday, August 2nd, 2008
Station 34 was dispatched at 05:21hrs for the Tanker mutual aid to a working structure fire in Bloomingburg. 34-31 was directed to access the scene on Boris Road via Old Turnpike Road. Upon arrival at the scene we quickly dropped our water to 62-31.
Wednesday, July 30th, 2008
At 23:46hrs Station 34 was dispatched for our Tanker to assist Otisville at a working fire involving a pile of railroad ties at Route 211 and Kelly Hill Road. While responding, 34-31 was redirected for standby duty at Otisville's Station.
At 16:02hrs Station 34 was dispatched to 1732 Route 209 for an automatic alarm. 34-11 arrived first and the crew found that the alarm had been set off by a pot burning on the stove without extension. 34-1 along with 34-61 and 34-31 also responded.
Friday, July 4th, 2008
Just as the Otisville Fireworks were about to start, Otisville was dispatched to an MVA with injuries on Mt. Hope Avenue near Finchville Turnpike. 34-1, 34-2, 34-3 and 34-11 responded along with Otisville DC-1 and R-144.
Tuesday, June 17th, 2008
At 18:21hrs Station 34 was dispatched for Mutual Aid to Wurtsboro to shut down Route 209 at Haven Road. Due to a strong thunderstorm, several trees and electrical wires were blown down onto the roadway.
Around 17:15hrs officers from Wurtsboro and Bloomingburg were investigating heavy smoke on the ridge between Westbrookville and Howells. 62-1 confirmed a large wildland fire in the Howells Fire District.
Saturday, May 3rd, 2008
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34-11 with a crew of 5 and 34-1 pulled standby duty at the Otisville Fire Station from 17:30hrs to 22:30hrs while Otisville firefighters were at their annual installation dinner. After a good meal at BaddaBing II, located at 61 State Street 386-2222 in beautiful downtown Otisville, the crew relaxed ...
Thursday, May 1st, 2008
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At 13:55hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a Pole on fire near 21 County Route 163. When units from Station 34 and Otisville arrived on scene they found an O&R power pole on fire along with a tree in the rear yard of an adjacent house.
Thursday, April 24th, 2008
Dry conditions fuel a brush fire to three alarms. At 15:47hrs the alarm was sounded for 34-51 and manpower to assist Wurtsboro at a brush fire behind 57 Old Westbrookville Road which is located in the Yankee Lake section of Wurtsboro's district.
Saturday, April 19th, 2008
At 17:35hrs Station 34 was dispatched for 34-51 and manpower to assist Bloomingburg at a fast moving wildland fire on Shawanga Lodge Road. The alarm was quickly upgraded to include 34-52 to respond as well.
Thursday, April 17th, 2008
While on standby, Otisville Car 1 and E-142 responded to a MVA on Route 209 north of Pine Kill Road. Upon arrival they found a SUV vs Deer property damage MVA. Otisville assisted the State Police with clearing the roadway of debris and returned to Station 34 for standby.
Thursday, April 17th, 2008
Station 34 was dispatched at 18:53hrs to a brush fire at 84 Rustic Hills Road. 53 Control reported that the fire was near a structure. Due to fire conditions a second alarm was sounded and Otisville was requested to the scene with an Engine and Brush Truck.
Sunday, April 13th, 2008
At 16:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a tree across Route 209 near Rustic Hills Road. Upon arrival units found a large tree blocking 209 and a motor vehicle under the tree. The occupants of the vehicle were not injured but the car had heavy damage.
Saturday, March 15th, 2008
At 21:15 hrs. Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid for the Tanker into the Wurtsboro Fire District for a working structure fire on Lake Shore Drive. 34-31 with a crew of 3 and 34-1 responded. Units were held on scene by 39-2 for approximately one hour and released.

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