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By: Robert Avsec, Executive Fire Officer
Recently, a fire broke out in the firehouse of the Goldens Bridge (NY) Fire Department. The early morning blaze was discovered around 9:00 a.m. with an alarm going out to the department’s volunteers around 9:25 a.m. By the time those volunteer firefighters could get to their own house, they were able to remove several vehicles, but still lost three of their seven pieces of apparatus: a rescue truck and two SUVs. One firefighter sustained smoke inhalation injuries during his efforts to get a vehicle out of the hazard area.
This incident underscores the necessity for all fire departments, career and volunteer alike, to engage in the same fire prevention practices that we communicate to the public during our public fire education efforts. We are not immune from those same hazards that pose…
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