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TODAY!!!Donate Blood and help save lives!
May 6, 2024 @Woodmere Fire Headquarters
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Donate Blood and help save lives!
May 6, 2024 @Woodmere Fire Headquarters
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Donate Blood and help save lives! 
May 6, 2024 @Woodmere Fire Headquarters
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Woodmere Vol. Fire Department

Proudly Serving the Woodmere and surrounding communities since 1889 🚒 ... See MoreSee Less

Proudly Serving the Woodmere and surrounding communities since 1889 🚒

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A great group of people past and present.

2 months ago
Woodmere Vol. Fire Department

Rest in Peace NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller, who was killed protecting the city of New York. ... See MoreSee Less

Rest in Peace NYPD Officer Jonathan Diller, who was killed protecting the city of New York.

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On March 20th, 2024, The Woodmere Fire Department was dispatched as a mutual aid engine to Inwood FD for a house fire. The call initially came in as a gas alarm. Chief Klein (3102) arrived to a smoke condition on the block and upgraded the alarm. On arrival a fire on the second story of a 2 family home. The fire was quickly extinguished and units were back in service in just over an hour. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is being investigated by Nassau County Fire Marshals office.
Inwood Fire Department

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On March 20th, 2024, The Woodmere Fire Department was dispatched as a mutual aid engine to Inwood FD for a house fire. The call initially came in as a gas alarm. Chief Klein (3102) arrived to a smoke condition on the block and upgraded the alarm. On arrival a fire on the second story of a 2 family home. The fire was quickly extinguished and units were back in service in just over an hour. No injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is being investigated by Nassau County Fire Marshals office. 
Inwood Fire Department

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