Smithtown Fire Department
Smithtown Fire Department
Smithtown Fire Department
Smithtown Fire Department

2014 Responses
Jan 355
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Mar 288
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May 306
Jun 264
Jul 266
Aug 272
Sep 0
Oct 0
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Dec 0
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2013 3293
2012 3457
2011 3329
2010 3381
2009 3224

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1935 Mack Arrives in Hope, Maine

Jeff Bressler, Public Information Officer, September 15

The official restoration of the Smithtown Fire Department 1935 Mack ladder truck began on Friday, September 12th when Restoration Committee members escorted the antique to Firefly Restorations in Hope, Maine.

The shop at Firefly is filled with restoration jobs in various stages of completion. Firefly is one of the world’s top restorers of fire apparatus.

We will keep visitors posted over the next ... (Full Story & Photos)

1935 SFD Mack Hook and Ladder Heads for Maine

Jeff Bressler, Public Information Officer, September 11

The SFD loaded up their antique 1935 Mack Hook and Ladder for the long trip to Hope, Maine to begin its ground up restoration.

The multiyear project began in October of 2011 when the Smithtown Fire Department acquired its former truck from the Melville Fire Department.

Smithtown sold the Hook to Melville after it went out of service back in the 1950's.

Melville eventually retired the Hook and ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Fitzpatrick Swears in his Son

Jeff Bressler, Public Information Officer, September 11

The fire service is full of rich tradition. One such tradition is seeing generations of family members serve together.

That tradition continued at the Smithtown Fire Department on Monday, September 8th when 3rd Assistant Chief Kevin Fitzpatrick had the distinct honor of swearing in his own son Connor during the monthly Department meeting. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Nissequogue River Kayaker Rescue

Jeff Bressler, Public Information Officer, September 07

The Smithtown Fire Department was toned out for a signal 23 (water rescue) at 17:52 (5:52pm) on September 7th with the location in the vicinity of 140 Oakside Drive on the Nissequogue River.

A solo kayaker who launched from River Road in Nissequogue got bogged down in low tide and needed assistance to exit the River. Smithtown set up command from its side of the River and observed a second kayaker ... (Full Story & Photos)

Smithtown Fire Department Participates in Marine Rescue Drill

Jeff Bressler, Public Information Officer, September 07

On September 6th, the Smithtown Fire Department participated in a marine rescue drill on Lake Ronkonkoma. Smithtown joined the Nesconset, Bay Shore and St. James Fire Departments in addition to the US Coast Guard in the effort.

Smithtown used their rescue craft to ferry scuba diver on a search in the Lake. The search utilized sight scan radar, which is deployed underwater to find victims or sunken ... (Full Story & Photos)


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