Friday, April 11, 2014 01:58
Company 19 members were toned out 01:58 this morning for a PIAA on the NY State T-Way at 102.4 NB. Car ONE & Rescue ONE arrived to find a vehicle had rear ended a tractor trailer with 2 minor injuries. The West Siders assisted DIAZ Ambulance with patient assessment and packaging and were back in service at 02:24
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
At 7:46 this morning company 19 responded for a 2 car automobile accident at the intersection of 32 and the southbound thruway entrance. Crews tended to one patient with minor injury and another who RMA (refuse medical attention) at the scene. Crews cleared the scene of debri and awaited tow crews. On scene was rescue 2 and 3 with traffic control as well as cars 1,3, and 4, Diaz Ambulance, Ulster County Sheriffs, and Town PD
Chief Ricks (left) Lt. Tom Houlihan
(right) traffic control
Commissioner Phil Cobb and Past Deputy
Chief Phil Butta
Monday, April 7, 2014
The Commissioners would like to thank Past Deputy Chief Phil Butta for his dedicated 20+ years of service as a Company and Chief Line Officer to the Centerville Fire District and Cedar Grove Fire Company. Depicted above is commissioner Phil Cobb presenting Past Deputy Chief Phil Butta with a Past Deputy Chiefs badge.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Last evening members of the 19 were toned out to a car fire on Fred Short road. Per arrival of command units were notified of a working car fire. Crews from Engine 2, Tanker 1 as well as other firefighters on scene went to work extinguishing the car as well a small brush fire that had started. One scene was Tanker 1 and 2 as well as Engine 1 and 2 and Rescue 2 as well as arson investigation units, town police, and Diaz Ambulance.
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Early this morning company 19 was toned out for a two car accident with minor injuries. Per arrival of command, responding apparatus were notified that this was a jaws call. Rescue 1 put it's crew to work extricating one patient. One scene was Rescue 1 and 2 Engine 1, Ulster County Sheriffs, Saugerties PD as well as Diaz Ambulance. The roadway was cleared and all units were in service shortly after.
Captain Sean McKenna and Firefighter
Mike Callaghan operating the jaws.
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
On behalf of the Cedar Grove members, we thank Past Deputy Chief Phil Butta for his dedicated 20+ years of service as a Company & Chief Line Officer to the Cedar Grove Fire Company and The Centerville Fire District
Left to right 1st Lt. Tom Houlihan,
Asst. Chief Jon Lowrey, Past Deputy
Chief Phil Butta, Chief Randy Ricks,
Captain Sean McKenna, 2nd Lt. Matt
Tuesday, April 1, 2014 19:53
Last night during a monthly meeting at the Cedar Grove firehouse, company 19 was toned out for a chimney fire. On arrival car 19 confirmed an active chimney fire at 828 West Saugerties Woodstock road. Members of the westside contained the chimney fire and removed all reminents of the fire from the stove and chimney followed by ventilation of the house due to a light smoke condition in the residence. Members were back in service shortly after.
Firefighters Brett Bigando and Eric
Sunday, March 30, 2014
Centerville / Cedar Grove members were busy on Sunday responding to 4 calls during the day
Call#74 on the Year at 11:12 saw Rescue TWO handle a Public Service call at 41 Blue Mt. Road for a Flooded Basement
Call#75 at 12:19 had the 'West Siders" with all Equipment, Mt Marion's FAST Team and DIAZ Ambulance for a Stove Fire at 8 Saw Wood Lane, Command arrived to find the fire out and return all equipment with the stove being removed from the residence
Call#76 had the ONE NINE provide Mutual Aid stand by with Rescue ONE for the "5" as they operated at a 2nd alarm fire at the Big Bubble Laundry
Rounding out the day with Call# 77 for the year had Engine ONE, Rescue ONE & Tanker ONE respond to 1223 Church Rd. at 21:44 for a propane leak. High Winds caused a tree to topple and land on several tanks, Command arrived and shut down the tanks and units were back in service!!!
Thursday, March 27, 2014
Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to the Boston Fire Dept. as well as the families of the two firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice battling the 9 alarm fire yesterday.
Sunday, March 23, 2014
Company 19 takes great pride in their training and education to further help and support a community in need. Sunday evening the Westside joined Palenville Fire Department for a lesson on basic rope rescue skills and techniques. Members learned valuable knots and setups used during rope rescues. On behalf of all the members of Centerville Cedar Grove Fire Company, we thank Chief Chip Spring and the Palenville Fire Department for this valuable experience. We look foward to working with your department.
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