City of Hudson Fire Department

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  • 11/26/2014: 30:2014:414 Dispatched FD-Wires/Transformer N 6TH ST / CLINTON ST ;HUDS
  • 11/25/2014: 30:2014:413 Dispatched FD-Carbon Monoxide 23, ALLEN ST;HUDS (S FRONT ST / S 2ND ST)
  • 11/25/2014: 30:2014:412 Dispatched FD-Fuel 32,N 5TH ST;HUDS (COLUMBIA ST / LONG AL)
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  • 11/23/2014: 30:2014:408 Dispatched FD-Carbon Monoxide 235, STATE ST;HUDS (N 2ND ST / N 3RD ST)
  • 11/23/2014: 30:2014:407 Dispatched FD-Alarm Act 39,S 5TH ST;HUDS (E PARTITION ST / E ALLEN ST)
  • 11/22/2014: 30:2014:404 Dispatched Mutual Aid Out of County 15 RIVER ST; CATSKILL
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City of Hudson Fire Department

 

In Memory

76 Year Member

Wilson "Harpie" Shea

Thanks for the memories Harpie, you were one of a kind. We will miss you.

 

"Pride is our pay!"

 

Home Heating Fire Safety

HFD New's Room, November 20

Guidelines to help prevent fires from home heating equipment.

Heating equipment is among the leading causes of home fires nationally and in New York State. Very often heating related fires are the result of a lack of maintenance or simple acts of carelessness. Following the guidelines below will help to ensure that you reduce the possibility of experiencing a heating related fire.

Fire Prevention

To ... (Full Story & Photos)

The "new" Engine 30 Wetdown!

Captain Justin Elliott, October 18

On Saturday October 11th, the City of Hudson Fire Department held a "Wetdown" at the Central Staion, in celebration of placing a new rig in service earlier this summer.

A wetdown is a ritual celebrated by many volunteer fire departments in the United States in which squads of firefighters from neighboring towns ritualistically commission a new fire apparatus by anointing it with water sprayed from ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hudson Tower Ladder 32, Stottville Ladder 50, and Catskill Tower 3-15 (l-r) operate on Sunday, October 12th at a mutual aid drill at Oakdale Lake in Hudson. (photo by Neal Van Deusen)
Hudson Tower Ladder 32, Stottville Ladder 50, and Catskill Tower 3-15 (l-r) operate on Sunday, October 12th at a mutual aid drill at Oakdale Lake in Hudson. (photo by Neal Van Deusen)

Mutual Aid Drill in Hudson

HFD news room, October 12

On a beautiful, cool, crisp Sunday morning, two dozen volunteer firefighters from the City of Hudson Fire Department, Stottville Volunteer Fire Company, No. 2, and the Catskill Fire Department conducted a mutual aid drill at Oakdale Lake in Hudson. The purpose of the drill was to test pumping a large volume of water from the lake. Although the entire City of Hudson is filled with hydrants, standpipes ... (Full Story & Photos)

Training, Training, Training!

Captain Justin Elliott, July 20

On Sunday July 20th, the City of Hudson Dive Team held a dive drill on the shores of the Hudson River.

It was a beautiful morning as Divers took to the water to practice search patterns and rope signals.

The water was quite warmer than normal but Divers were still challenged with currents and near zero visibility.

The Team worked well together as always and did a great job!

... (Full Story & Photos)

All Dive Operations are tethered for safety reasons and to help communicate between the diver and the tender.
All Dive Operations are tethered for safety reasons and to help communicate between the diver and the tender.

Trapped Victims Rescued From Stuck Elevator

HFD NEWS ROOM, May 25

On Sunday May 25th at approximately 10:00pm Hudson Firefighters were dispatched to a stuck occupied elevator between the fifth and sixth floors of Bliss Towers. Upon arrival firefighters found the elevator occupied by eight children and one adult.

Hudson Firefighters brought in special elevator keys to open the main elevator door; however the locking mechanism was not releasing properly delaying ... (Full Story)


 

 

 

 

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