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Selden, NY - During the early morning hours of September 19th, Selden firefighters responded to a reported structure fire, with one possible occupant trapped inside. Selden 1st Asst. Chief Peter Reimann entered the working structure fire through the front door without the protection of a hose line and began searching through smoke and flames for the reported missing occupant. Chief Reimann was able to find the occupant and with the help of others on-scene, they were able to remove the victim as firefighters began knocking down the fire. After the brave attempt made to save the woman, she sadly succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced at the scene. The SCPD arson squad and Brookhaven Fire Marshals also responded to the scene.
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news from Long Island can be found on our Massapequa, NY - The Massapequa Fire Dept. had a wet-down ceremony on Saturday morning, September 17th, for their three new Pierce Pumpers. Engine-6311 will be housed at Eng. Co. 1 in the West-End while E-6315 will be at Eng. Co. 5 at the Park House and E-6314 will be at Eng. Co. 4 in the East-End. Many surrounding departments attended the festivities to help christen and launch the new rigs. T.J. LAMBUI/LIHOTSHOTS
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Babylon, NY - On September 11th, town of Babylon Fire Departments held a 9/11 ceremony at Cedar Beach to remember the attacks and sacriﬁces that were made 15-years-ago on that tragic day. Pictured are the East Farmingdale and Wyandanch Tower Ladders proudly displaying the American Flag.