On Sunday July 26 at approximately 9:00 am Tower 32 and Engine 27-9 participated in a mutual aid drill in the Greenport Fire District at Greenport Manor on Town Hall Drive.
Tower 32 dropped a 5 inch supply line from the former Moose Lodge and reported to the front of the building. The crew from Tower 32 was assigned to ladder the building. Crews assisted with searches on the 3rd floor before a water ... (Full Story & Photos)
The Hudson Fire Department turned out n force at the annual Columbia County Firefighters Association Parade held in Stuyvesant. Their efforts proved worthwhile as they walked away with two overall prizes and one third prize.
Members received the Best Appearing Overall in the parade without a ladies auxiliary, and Most Members In Line.
Last September members were informed that Ed Golden, the owner of one of Hudson FD's former engines, had passed away. The estate was looking to donate the vehicle back to the fire department.
The truck, a 1956 American Lafrance 700 series pumper, had been purchased in 1979 by Edward Golden of Chatham at a city auction for around $100.00. The vehicle it was learned had only been moved twice since ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 7:54 pm Hudson Fire units responded for a brush fire in the woods along the CSX rail line between Hudson Avenue and East Court Street.
Crews were able to access the blaze with long hose stretches from the rear of McGuires and the rear of the powerhouse on the grounds of the Hudson Correctional Facility. Crews spent approximately one hour dousing the flames and insuring no hots spots remained.
At 14:09 hours Hudson Fire was toned out for a possible fire on the roof of 451 East Allen Street. This area of the city is well know for its large and very old grand residences, many of which have been renovated into single family residences or offices.
Upon arrival Assistant Chief Shawn Hoffman reported a working fire in the attic and roof of the address. Assistant Chief Anthony DeMarco Jr. arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)
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