Stony Brook Fire Department
Stony Brook Fire Department
2017 Incidents
Jan 84
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2016 Incidents
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Mar 72
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May 97
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Total 970

2015 Incidents
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2014 Incidents
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Nov 88
Dec 84
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We held our annual Open House, planted a 'Survivor Tree' and got a new boat! 


 

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Firefighters, EMT's, Paramedics, Fire Police are all needed.
All training and equipment is provided at no cost.
Your time is all we need.
 
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SBFD Fire Prevention & Open House

Webmaster Ron Gilone, October 14

Every year the Stony Brook Fire Department holds Fire Prevention and Open House. We visit local elementary schools to tell students the importance of fire safety as well as opening up our fire house to the public. This year we had some rain (first time in over 15 years) but it did not dampen our enthusiasm. Thank you all for coming. Photos by Frank Sarno... (Full Story & Photos)

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SBFD Takes Delivery of a Water Rescue Boat

Webmaster Ron Gilone, September 10

Stony Brook Fire Department has purchased a rescue boat from the Port Jefferson Fire Department.

The boat is a 27 foot Boston Whaler powered by twin 225 HP Mercury outboards. It is equipped with
radar, deck mounted water cannon, forward spotlights, and many other features not present in our old boat.

The boat, which will be renamed 5A3-26, is currently at Station 2 where it is being outfitted. The ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief Meringolo (right) hands keys to Lt Hengerly. Ex-Commissoner Callahan in background.
Chief Meringolo (right) hands keys to Lt Hengerly. Ex-Commissoner Callahan in background.

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The original 'Survivor Tree, in lower Manhattan.
The original 'Survivor Tree, in lower Manhattan.

Stony Brook Fire Dept. Received a 9-11 Survivor Tree

Webmaster Ron Gilone, August 31

The Stony Brook Fire Department received a 9-11 Survivor Tree in a ceremony held at Mt Sinai Fire Department.

This tree is a seedling of the Survivor Tree located at the site of the World Trade Center.

The tree has been planted in front of Station 2 fire house on Stony Brook Road.

A total eighty-five seedlings from the Callery Pear (Bradford Pear) tree that survived 9-11 are to be planted in 28 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SBFD Junior Explorers Hold Car Wash

Regular Member Ron Gilone, June 21

The Juniors of the SBFD held a car wash on Saturday at Station 2. This is a fund raising event to benefit the Juniors and to clean up Stony Brook's dirty cars.

The Juniors are a group of local boys and girls between the ages of 14 and 17, learning firematics at SBFD. At the age of 17 they become eligible to become regular members of the department (instead of the usual 18). SBFD has had approximately ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SBFD Receives Suffolk County Award

Member Ronald Gilone, April 29

On March 29, 2014, nine members of the SBFD were recognized by Suffolk County Legislator Kara Hahn for their efforts in delivering premature twins.

On March 11 SBFD responded to a call for an expectant Stony Brook mother who was in active labor with twins. When the responders arrived they found the mother about to deliver the first child who was not breathing and required life saving procedures to ... (Full Story & Photos)

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