This morning Bedford Hills FD was dispatched as an extra Engine Company to the scene of a working structure Fire in Pound Ridge. First arriving Pound Ridge units found a well involved garage fire auto exposing to the second floor of the building. Bedford Hills Car 2032 responded as an additional safety Chief, Car 2033 and the crew from Engine 198 went to work once on scene.
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Today, BHFD along with our public safety partners from Katonah Fire Department, Bedford Police and New York State Police participated in the Katonah Bedford Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps. Open House. It was truly a great community event. Thank You KBHVAC for sharing the photos.... (Full Story & Photos)
On 5/6/2016 at approximately 23:00 hours, the Bedford Village Fire Department was dispatched to a reported garage fire. Upon arrival C2042 had fire showing from the garage and transmitted the 10-75, bringing in Bedford Hills Tanker 5 and the F.A.S.Team. Command placed the incident under control at 23:30 hours. Crews remained on scene to assist with overhaul. BHFD units were released and back into ... (Full Story & Photos)
On 5/4/2016 at approximately 17:00 hours, The Golden's Bridge Fire Department was dispatched to a reported structure fire. Upon arrival, Command C2142 transmitted a 10-75 with smoke showing from a 2 1/2 story wood frame, bringing in the Bedford Hills F.A.S.Team along with multiple mutual aid companies. Upon arrival, Tower Ladder 57 was put to work as the truck company. Utility 6 remained as F.A.S.T. ... (Full Story & Photos)