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No Caption First Due Structure Fire

MVFA Webmaster, March 20

On Saturday morning 3/20/21 at approximately 5:15am, Mohegan FD was dispatched to Enrico Dr in Cortlandt for a possible structure fire. Upon arrival, an exterior fire was found with extension into the residence. Firefighters quickly opened up the exterior and interior and extinguished the fire using one 1 3/4” hoseline from Engine 256. The 10-75 was transmitted, which brought Putnam Valley FD’s FAS-Team, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FAS-Team Responds to High Rise Fire

MVFA Webmaster, March 13

On Saturday evening 3/13/21 at approximately 10:25pm, Mohegan FD’s FAS-Team was requested to respond to a confirmed structure fire in the Bohlman Towers high rise apartment building on Main St in the City of Peekskill. Upon arrival of units, Peekskill FD had the fire knocked down and was assisting with ventilation of smoke on numerous floors. Also assisting on scene were Montrose VA FD, Buchanan FD, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Garbage Shed Fire

MVFA Webmaster , March 13

On Saturday evening 3/13/21 at approximately 5:50pm, Mohegan FD was dispatched to Paulding Ln in Crompond for a reported garbage can on fire. Upon arrival, an approximately 10 foot by 20 foot garbage can shed and small brush fire was found with the flames in close proximity to the overhead house electric service wires. One 1 3/4" hoseline was quickly stretched from Engine 254 and the fire was knocked ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Change Your Clocks Change Your Batteries

MVFA Webmaster, March 13

Chances are about 96 percent of households have a smoke alarm in your home. However, 23% of them do not work due to old or missing batteries. This means that 26 million homes, nationwide are at risk. A working Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm can mean the difference between life and death. Over 6,000 deaths occur in house fires each year. Most people die from smoke and toxic gases rather ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Morning Brush Fire

MVFA Webmaster , March 12

On Friday 3/12/21 at 9:20am, Mohegan FD was dispatched to a brush fire on East Main St in Shrub Oak. Upon arrival, an approximately 20 foot by 50 foot brush fire was found. Firefighters stretched one 1 3/4” hoseline from Engine 252 and quickly knocked down this fire. We remind everyone to be extremely careful with fire pits. Units on scene were Car 2262, 226-38, 2265, 2269, Engine 252, Engine 255, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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