While we were picking up at the scene of a structure fire in Southeast we were dispatched for a MVA/rollover on I-84. We quickly collected our equipment together and responded to the MVA. Upon arrival we found a small passenger vehicle over the embankment with one occupant out and walking around. The driver refused medical treatment and the scene was turned over to the New York State Police.... (Full Story & Photos)
At around 4am Lake Carmel was requested under automatic mutual aid to Brewster Fire Department to the scene of a working structure fire. Upon our arrival we were assigned as the Fasteam. Our assignment was to watch over and assist any firefighters that may become lost or trapped in the fire. In short order the fire was brought under control and we assisted with searching the home for one of it's occupants ... (Full Story & Photos)
Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen/ Photo by Ex-Chief William Walters , July 24
Putnam county 911 dispatched LCFD to a reported wood pile on fire located in the rear of a residence. Under the command of Chief Keher 1731 and 1744 arrived on scene and extinguished the fire. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen/ photo by Ex-Chief William Walters, July 23
At 9:08pm Lake Carmel Fire Department was dispatched ifo 101 Route 311 for a subject hit by a vehicle. Fire apparatus, the ambulance, Putnam Medic 4 arrived on scene and under the command of Asst Chief David Churchill the patient was stabilized and transported to a nearby trauma center with severe injuries. The fire apparatus shut down the road to keep the scene safe and assisted Kent Police with ... (Full Story & Photos)
at 10:43 hrs Lake Carmel Fire Dept. was dispatch for a burning odor in the basement. Upon arrival of Asst. Chief Churchill and Capt. Lowndes it was determined that an Oil Burner "Blowback" had occurred, As a result of this the residence had filled up with CO gas to a level above 200 ppm. (An allowable level is that of under 8 ppm. with a residence that has cigarette smokers or wood burning stoves ... (Full Story & Photos)
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