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2011

Total Calls:

 

 

15

Structure

Fires:

1

MVA:

7

M/A to the

scene:

 

Drills:

6

AFA and Wires:

2

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January 26, 2011 Milton Engine was dispatched to a reported structure fire at 775 Lattintown Rd. 39-3 was first on scene reporting working fire with exposure concerns.  39-10 arrived shortly after with a full crew of fireman. The fire was knocked down a short time after. Assisting Milton was Marlboro’s 4x4 pumper, Highland with a tanker and an engine to Milton head quarters.  Milton remained on scene for about 3 hours. 

Joseph M. Rodelli, Sr. died at Vassar Brothers Hospital on January 14, 2011, surrounded by his loving family at the age of 88. Joe was born December 12, 1922 in Milton, and was a lifelong resident. He was the son of the late Michael C. Rodelli and the late Mary Mannese Rodelli...He was
Asst. Chief for 18 years.

2010 Call Totals

 

Calls- 109

Structure Fires- 6

MVA’s- 28

Mutual Aid- 7

Automatic Alarms- 13

Wires down- 23

 

 

 

 

MVA Serious Entrapment

Milton Engine responded to a Serious MVA w/ Entrapment. First on scene Chief Kneeter Request 2 dispatch for man-power, Marlboro to the scene with 38-60 and helicopter to the scene.  The most serious patient was extricated first within 15 of 39-20 arriving on the scene. Milton remained on scene for traffic control and to assist State Police with there investigation.

 

 

 

 

 

Memorial Day Parade 2010

 

 

M/A to HIGHLAND

On Sunday May 30th Milton was called Mutual Aid to the Highland Fire Department.  They were operating at a Storage shed fire.  Milton was called for man power, demo and to help with the extensive overhaul. Also called was  Marlboro’s fast team and Esopus to stand bye in Highland station one.  Milton remained on scene for several hours.   

 

 

 

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