At 22:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to respond to a working fire in the Huguenot Fire District. 34-31 responded and went into the Tanker rotation. After several hours operating at the fire, the Tanker was released by Huguenot Command.
34-1, 34-2, 34-3 and 34-31 responded. All units were back in at 01:22hrs.
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At 12:11hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine and manpower to standby at the Howells Fire Station. Howells was operating in the City of Middletown at a multiple alarm commercial building fire and brush fires. Wurtsboro was placed on AMA for all calls in our District while at Howells.34-1, 34-2, 34-11 responded. All units back in service at 16:36hrs.
At 07:48hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Route 209 and County Route 163. 34-1, 34-2 and 34-11 found a bicyclist down upon arrival with minor injuries. The crew from 34-11 began treating the patient before EMS arrival and set up traffic control. The patient was transported to a local hospital by Mamakating EMS.Station 34 was back in service at 08:30hrs.
At 13:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched to assist Cuddebackville with a brush fire off Route 209. 34-51, 34-61 and 34-52 responded. Crews worked the leading edge of the fire with a foam line off 34-52. Wurtsboro was placed on standby at Station 34 with an Engine.34-1, 34-51, 34-61 and 34-52 responded. All units were back in service at 16:30hrs.
At 22:03hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to respond to a working fire in the Huguenot Fire District. 34-31 responded and went into the Tanker rotation. After several hours operating at the fire, the Tanker was released by Huguenot Command.34-1, 34-2, 34-3 and 34-31 responded. All units were back in at 01:22hrs.
At 07:34hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Engine to stand by at Wurtsboro's Station while they operated at a working structure fire. While the Engine and crew was on stand by, Otisville was placed on AMA for all calls in the district.34-3, 34-11 and 34-62 responded.
At 16:41hrs Station 34 was dispatched Mutual Aid to the Cuddebackville Fire District for our Brush equipment to assist them at a brush fire off Rt.211 near their Station. Upon arrival 34-51 was used to fill their Brush Truck working a vegetation fire. 34-52 and the crew stood by near the scene but was not put to work. After a short time on scene, all Station 34 units were released by Cuddebackville Command.34-1, 34-2, 34-3, 34-51, 34-52 and 34-62 responded. All units were back in service at 17:5...
At 00:43hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker and manpower to a structure fire in the Forestburgh Fire District. 34-31 responded and 34-61 responded with a interior crew. 34-31 arrived and was put into staging as Tankers had to back down a long unimproved road one at a time to the scene. 34-61 arrived and was put into the staging area and the crew walked about a 1/4 mile into the scene. 34-3 took over as the staging officer for the Tankers and worked with 27-1 to get the Tankers in a...
At 04:15hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to a rekindle on Route 209 in Cuddebackville. Upon arrival at the scene, Command (Huguenot Car 1), asked for the Engine and all available manpower to the scene for a working fire. Sullivan Fire was contacted for the request and the Engine was dispatched. 34-31 supplied Huguenot's Engine until they were out of water. The crew from 34-31 assisted Huguenot's Tanker to hook up to the supply line to Huguenot's Engine. The crew then pack...
At 21:24hrs Station 34 was dispatched for the Tanker to the scene of a structure fire on Route 209 in Cuddebackville. Upon arrival on scene and checking with Cuddebackville Command for orders (Huguenot Car 1) asked if Station 34 could send the Engine to set up a fill site on Port Orange Road. Sullivan Fire was contacted for the request and the Engine was dispatched. 34-31 was given orders to supply Cuddebackville's Tanker. After dropping the 1st load of water, 34-31 went to the fill sit...
At 18:48hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a Structure Fire on Brandt Road. Control Advised 34-1 there was a smoke condition in the house, the caller stated an electrical sound was heard in the wall and they advised the resident to evacuate. 34-11 arrived on scene, 34-1 had 34-31 hold at the bottom of a long driveway. The crew on 34-11 found a moderate smoke condition on the 1st floor. The resident stated there was a loud electrical sound behind the stove and then the room filled with smoke. As th...
19:59hrs Station 34 was dispatched to powelines and a tree down on Pine Tree Lane. Control advised they had multiple calls of a brush fire in the area. 34-3 went on scene and radioed they had multiple high voltage lines down with fire. O&R Utilities was requested to the scene. Route 209 was closed due to powerlines across the roadway. Wurtsboro was requested to assist with closing Route 209 North. Mamakating Highway Dept. was requested to the scene with a loader to assist O&R to mov...
At 20:07hrs Station 34 was dispatched to a car fire on Pine Kill Road near the Intersection of Upper Pine Kill. Car 3 found a pick-up truck fully involved with the driver out of the vehicle. 34-11 arrived on scene and the crew put one CAFS line in operation and quickly knocked the fire down. 34-31 arrived and fed 34-11. Crews from 34-31 and 34-51 assisted the initial crew in overhaul.34-1, 34-3, 34-11, 34-31 and 34-51 responded. All units were back in at 22:20hrs.
At 11:00hrs Station 34 was dispatched for 34-52 to assist Cuddebackville at a water rescue. Reports were 2 victims were in distress in the Neversink River. Station 34 was assigned to stage with 34-52 at HBE to assist with getting ground assets into the remote areas along the river while searching for the victims. Station 34 was released by Command at the end of the search operation.34-1, 34-2, 34-3, 34-52 and 34-62 responded. All units were back in service at 18:00hrs.
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. A Medivac had been placed on standby but Hatzolah had Fire stand down the Medivac as they determined the patient would be transported by ground.34-1, 34-4 and 34-61 responded. All units were back in service at 12:00.
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. 34-2, 34-3 and 34-11 responded to the fill site. 34-31 arrived on scene and was assigned to supply Otisville's Tanker. 34-31 dropped it's load of water to TA-145 and headed to the fill site. The crew from 34-11 established the draft and ...
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. A Tanker from Otisville was called to the scene and Huguenot was placed on standby in Station 34 with an Engine.34-2, 34-3, 34-11 and 34-31 responded. All units were back in service at 12:30hrs.
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. 34-31 and 34-3 arrived at the scene and dumped 2 loads of water before being released by Wurtsboro Command.34-1, 34-2, 34-3 and 34-31 responded. All units were back in service at 23:45hrs.
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. All units were back in service at 14:30hrs.
390 entries in the Call History
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