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🚨Mutual Aid House Fire🚨

On February 4 2021 at approximately 12:17am, LCFD was alerted to a report of a building fire at 206 Seagirt Ave. Upon arrival, Second assistant Chief Meyer Adler confirmed a fire in a single story structure / synagogue. Due to extreme environmental conditions, the fire quickly spread throughout the structure and while firefighters were battling the blaze inside, a total roof collapse occurred. Multiple firefighters were transported to the hospital as a result with non-life threatening injuries.
The fire was placed under control around 3am and was under the overall command of Chief of Department Thomas Foy.

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1 month ago

Woodmere Vol. Fire Department

The Woodmere Fire Department would like to thank “Munchy’s 24/6” for sponsoring a hot meal to our membership after training last week. Be on the lookout for the food truck when it officially takes the road. Thank you Munchies! ... See MoreSee Less

The Woodmere Fire Department would like to thank “Munchy’s 24/6” for sponsoring a hot meal to our membership after training last week. Be on the lookout for the food truck when it officially takes the road. Thank you Munchies!Image attachmentImage attachment

2 months ago

Woodmere Vol. Fire Department

Late into the evening of January 16th, 2020, The Woodmere Fire Department was dispatched to the scene of a house fire in Lawrence Cedarhurst. Woodmere along with other mutual aid units quickly put the fire under the control. The home was safely evacuated and no injuries were reported. The operation was lead by 3201 Chief Michael Bellinson.

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Congrats to (From L to R) Chief of Department Adam Slotnick, 2nd Deputy Chief Ross Rieman, and 1st Deputy Chief Michael Weiss on being officially sworn into the chiefs office tonight. ... See MoreSee Less

Congrats to (From L to R) Chief of Department Adam Slotnick, 2nd Deputy Chief Ross Rieman, and 1st Deputy Chief Michael Weiss on being officially sworn into the chiefs office tonight.

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Thank you all for keeping the Town of Hempstead safe. You are appreciated. Mazel tov.

Mazal Tov

Congratulations Chiefs - stay safe!

Congrats chiefs

Congrats, great staff!!

All the best chiefs for a safe term

Great job.

Congratulations

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