Lake Carmel Fire Department
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2019 Inxidents
EMS Calls Fire Calls
Jan 67 12
Feb 53 14
Total 120 26

2018 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 24 60
Feb 10 50
Mar 37 71
Apr 18 59
May 53 69
Jun 13 65
Jul 16 57
Aug 20 68
Sep 10 59
Oct 21 60
Nov 16 63
Dec 17 72
Total 255 753

Previous Years
Fire EMS Total
2013 197 619 816
2014 206 693 899
2015 234 680 914
2016 205 721 926
2017 219 771 990
2018 255 753 1008

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  • 04/21/2019: Announcements – Week of April 21, 2019
  • 04/21/2019: BREATHING PROBLEMS
  • 04/20/2019: BREATHING PROBLEMS
    PUTNAM NURSING AND REHAB
    404 LUDINGTONVILLE RD,KENT
    APT 210
    STA 17
    XS BOWEN RD/ROUTE 311
  • 04/20/2019: The Rescue Tech. Basic class has been cancelled for today due to weather and rescheduled for 04/27/2019 per Eric Schmidt.
  • 04/20/2019: SICK PERSON

    168 TERRY HILL RD,KENT
    STA 17
    XS CHAMPLAIN DR/N TERRY HILL RD
  • 04/19/2019: MEDIC ALERT

    21 LONGVIEW RD,KENT
    STA 17
    XS UNION RD/WIXON RD
  • 04/19/2019: FALLS/BACK INJURY
    PUTNAM NURSING AND REHAB
    404 LUDINGTONVILLE RD,KENT
    APT 3E 325 W
    STA 17
    XS BOWEN RD/ROUTE 311
  • 04/17/2019: PSYCHIATRIC/BEHAVIORAL

    422 LUDINGTONVILLE RD,KENT
    STA 17
    XS BOWEN RD/ROUTE 311
  • 04/17/2019: BRUSH FIRE


    STA 17
    XS MOONEY HILL RD/SABRINA CT
  • 04/17/2019: BREATHING PROBLEMS

2019 TRUCK RAFFLE  

Tickets are still available
stop by the fire house
Sundays 930-12pm for tickets

Grand Prize- 2019 Chevrolet Silverado 
2nd & 3rd Prize - $1000
4th & 5th Prize - $500

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Lake Carmel FD responds to a few MVA's recently

Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen Photos by Capt Luis Rodriguez and LT James Gallagher, December 21

There have been a rash of Motor Vehicle Accidents in recent weeks that plagued the Kent area in recent weeks.

On Tuesday December 18th around 6pm LCFD responded to a serious MVA on I84 east bound east of exit 17. On arrival of Chief TJ Donohue he found three cars involved. One car was rolled over in the middle of the road, one off the road in the woods and NYS Trooper car on the shoulder of the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Congratulations to our new officers for 2019

Ex-Chief Robert Shannon, December 07

Introducing out new officers for 2019

President William Walters
Vice President Ed Schaeffler Jr.

Chief TJ Donohue
1st. Asst, Chief Justyn Lewis
2nd. Asst Chief Ken Launzinger

Capt. Donnie Lowndes
Capt. Luis Rodriguez
Capt. Cris Dellaripa

Lt. Ryan Morin
Lt. Mike Bishop
Lt. Mike Madsen
Lt. Nick Cesere
Lt. James Gallagher
Lt. Rob Benson

Ambulance 1st Lt. Nicole Wahlers
Ambulance 2nd Lt. Cathy ... (Full Story)


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No Caption Check your Smoke Alarms, when you change the Clocks!

Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen, October 31

Daylight Saving Times Ends November 4th-

Most fatal fires occur at night. Every home needs working smoke alarms to provide an early warning. Install smoke alarms in all sleeping rooms, hallways that lead to sleeping areas, basements and each additional
level of your home. Smoke alarms should be mounted on the ceiling 4” from the wall; wall mounts should be 4-12” from the ceiling. Do not install ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ken Clair formally appointed as Putnam county Commissioner of emergency services

Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen, October 25

– With former Commissioner of Emergency Services Tony Sutton in attendance along with 100 firefighters from Carmel to Cold Spring, Ken Clair was formally appointed as Putnam County commissioner of Services by County Executive MaryEllen Odell at a ceremony Wednesday in Carmel.

Clair, a lifelong Brewster resident and emergency services provider for more than a quarter century, had served as acting ... (Full Story)


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Ex-Chief Shawn Madsen, May 16

The County Executive continues to oversee the operations at the Putnam County EOC meeting with Governor Cuomo to review the destruction. The priority is the safety of our responders and the public. “It's our hope today after the utility companies complete their make safe mode and assessment that the county and local highway crews will begin to cut and clear the downed trees and poles,” County Executive ... (Full Story & Photos)

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