Busy Start to December
 
By Assistant Chief Alexander Dennett
December 1, 2018
 

On Saturday December 1st, Bedford Hills Volunteers answered 5 calls for service including 2 mutual aid requests, a first due residential alarm, vehicle rollover and a machinery entrapment/trench rescue.

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02:07 hours - Mutual Aid Request to Bedford Village for a commercial Alarm

03:45 hours - Mutual Aid Request to Bedford Village for a carbon monoxide incident

11:06 hours - Residential Alarm in the south end

11:59 hours - Vehicle Rollover on the Saw Mill Parkway

14:38 hours - Heavy Machinery/Trench Rescue

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We are grateful for our dedicated volunteers, but are always recruiting new members!

Do you live or work in Bedford Hills?

Are you looking for a way to give back to your community?

Have you always wanted a way to make a difference in someone’s life?

Consider joining the ALL VOLUNTEER Bedford Hills Fire Department

Call: (914) 666-8253
E-Mail: info@bedfordhillsfd.org
Visit: www.bedfordhillsfd.org
Or stop the Firehouse on Monday evenings between 7-9PM!

 
Units: Car 2031, Car 2032, Car 2033, Engine 198, Engine 199, Tanker 5, Rescue 10, Mini Attack 9, Utility 6
 
Attachments:
Attachment BHFD Recruitment.pdf  (16,820k)
 
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