The Smithtown Fire Department was toned out for a signal 13 (automatic alarm) at 18:02 (6:02pm) with the location of 2000 Raynors Way in the maintenance shop and golf cart storage facility at the Stonebridge Country Club on October 29.
Upon arrival at the scene the alarm was quickly upgraded to a working structural fire. The two story building was fully engulfed in fire and an exterior attack began to get it under control.
The primary attack was undertaken by Smithtown ladder 4-2-7 and Hauppague ladder 3-8-7. Hose lines were also deployed to one of the outside exposures.
Once the majority of fire was knocked down entry was made into the lower level of the facility to conduct a search. The search determined no one was in the building and there was no extension of fire.
The building suffered major damage with the upper level used to store gold carts a total loss and the lower level used to house maintenance equipment heavily damaged.
The fire was determined under control at 20:50 (8:50pm)
On scene were Smithtown Chiefs 4-2-30 (Murphy) 4-2-31 (Landrigan) 4-2-32 (Fitzpatrick) and 4-2-33 (Diecidue), Engines 4-2-1, 4-2-3, 4-2-4, 4-2-5, Ladder 4-2-7, Rescue 4-2-9, Ambulance 4-2-6-1 and 4-2-65.
Mutual aid at the scene was provided by the Hauppauge and Nesconset Fire Departments with additional ambulance support from Central Islip/Hauppauge Volunteer Ambulance.