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On July 14th, 2024, the Woodmere Fire Department was alerted to an overturned vehicle with multiple injuries on Saddle Ridge and Peninsula Boulevard. Chief Perlzweig (3502) quickly arrived on scene and confirmed the overturn but reported no victims entrapped in the vehicle. Engine 354, Ladder 352, and Ambulance 359 followed closely behind to treat patients and stabilize the vehicle. In total, 6 patients were assessed, treated, and transported by Woodmere, Lawrence Cedarhurst, Inwood, Hatzolah, and Nassau County Emergency Ambulances. ๐Ÿ“ธ: Avi Tuchman
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On July 14th, 2024, the Woodmere Fire Department was alerted to an overturned vehicle with multiple injuries on Saddle Ridge and Peninsula Boulevard. Chief Perlzweig (3502) quickly arrived on scene and confirmed the overturn but reported no victims entrapped in the vehicle. Engine 354, Ladder 352, and Ambulance 359 followed closely behind to treat patients and stabilize the vehicle. In total, 6 patients were assessed, treated, and transported by Woodmere, Lawrence Cedarhurst, Inwood, Hatzolah, and Nassau County Emergency Ambulances. ๐Ÿ“ธ: Avi Tuchman
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On July 4th 2024, the Woodmere Fire Department was dispatched to a reported house fire in Woodmere. The alarm was dispatched to Woodmere FD at 10:28 PM. Mutual Aid Chief 3201 arrived 3 minutes later followed by Woodmere Engine 354. A working fire was transmitted and 2 lines were put into operation. Units had the fire under control within 40 minutes and the scene closed within an hour. Mutual aid was provided by surrounding department. Incident command was run by Woodmere Chief Greenstein (3501). No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is under investigation.
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On July 4th 2024, the Woodmere Fire Department was dispatched to a reported house fire in Woodmere. The alarm was dispatched to Woodmere FD at 10:28 PM. Mutual Aid Chief 3201 arrived 3 minutes later followed by Woodmere Engine 354. A working fire was transmitted and 2 lines were put into operation. Units had the fire under control within 40 minutes and the scene closed within an hour. Mutual aid was provided by surrounding department. Incident command was run by Woodmere Chief Greenstein (3501). No injuries were reported and the cause of the  fire is under investigation. 
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Thank you for being there and fighting the fire! Kol Hacavod!

Today, we honor the memory of Ex-Chief Peter Lund, who made the ultimate sacrifice on this day in 2005 while bravely battling a house fire in Woodmere. Alongside his roles as a chief in Woodmere, Pete served as a decorated FDNY lieutenant and a dedicated Kentland MD fireman. Despite his significant responsibilities, he was always approachable in the firehouse, offering guidance and support to all. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers today. ... See MoreSee Less

Today, we honor the memory of Ex-Chief Peter Lund, who made the ultimate sacrifice on this day in 2005 while bravely battling a house fire in Woodmere. Alongside his roles as a chief in Woodmere, Pete served as a decorated FDNY lieutenant and a dedicated Kentland MD fireman. Despite his significant responsibilities, he was always approachable in the firehouse, offering guidance and support to all. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers today.Image attachmentImage attachment

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RIP. Thank you for your service and prayers to your families.

My friend my mentor, thank you brother . I leaned so much from you. R.I.P brother. Till we meet again ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผโค๏ธ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿš’

My mentor as a probey in 1977, proud to call him friend tooโค๏ธ

Use to see Pete at the deli in the morning and we would discuss our firefighter sons. Truly a nice guy.

RIP Pete. Till we meet again ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™

Rest, easy Brother๏ฟผ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ™๐Ÿซก๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ

Never Forgotten, Rest Gently dear friend.

Continue to R.I.P. Chief ๐Ÿ˜ข

Great guy!! He was my friend

Rest in Paradise Peter

May he rest in peace

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Rip thank you for your service

CLASS!

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