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)
Greenport's FAST team ready at the front of the structure.
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HFD's Central Station busy with activity as parents are educated and demonstrated proper and safe car seat use.
Three members of the City of Hudson Fire Department completed training to become National Child Passenger Safety Seat Technicians. Firefighters Nick Pierro, Dan Hickey Jr., and Justin Elliott are now certified technicians and will join technician Mike McCrady as HFD’s first Child Passenger Safety Team.
The extensive four day training class culminated with HFD’s first ever Child Passenger Safety ... (Full Story & Photos)
The New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee and the Hudson City Fire Department are pleased to announce the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s “Standardized Child Passenger Safety Technician Training Course.” The course will be held:
April 14 – 17, 2015 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM Hudson City Fire Department 77 North 7th Street, Hudson, NY ... (Full Story & Photos)
On Saturday February 28th, 2015 the City of Hudson Fire Department was dispatched to a possible porch fire in the rear of 336 State Street.
Chief James Schermerhorn, on an unrelated call just a couple blocks away, arrived within seconds and reported a working structure fire. Mutual aid was request from Greenport and Catskill immediately. The fire had rapidly spread within minutes to 338 State Street. ... (Full Story & Photos)
Firefighters from the City of Hudson Fire Department went to work quickly in the New Year by holding a department drill Saturday morning on State Street. Over 35 volunteers participated in the drill, under the command of the new Fire Chief James “Buddy” Schermerhorn, Jr. and his two assistants Anthony Demarco Jr and Shawn Hoffman.