Holbrook Fire Department - Suffolk County, New York

2015 Incidents
Jan 72 126
Feb 43 149
Mar 65 105
Apr 60 142
Total 240 522

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2014 634 1704
2013 612 1514
2012 736 1480
2011 620 1518
2010 694 1448
2009 671 1471

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RIP Detective First Grade Brian Moore

May 02

On May 2nd, 2015, Police Officer Brian Moore was shot and killed while on Patrol in the Borough of Queens. Officer Moore, a 25-year-old New York City police officer, died after being shot while trying to question a man. 25-year-old was pronounced dead at a Queens hospital, two days after being shot in the head. Up to 30,000 officers from around the country attended Officer Moore's funeral.

Rest In ... (Full Story & Photos)

Tractor Trailer Fire

April 23

On Thursday, April 23rd, the Holbrook FD was activated for a tractor Trailer fire inside of a local gravel yard. Engines 4 & 5 responded under the command of LT. Stahl. Both engines arrived on scene to a tractor fire inside of the vehicle cab. Both crews knocked down the fire and checked for any extension to the rest of the cargo.

30 Minutes into the alarm, LT. Stahl Placed a Signal 4-Under Control ... (Full Story & Photos)

Backdraft Training

April 18

On April 18th, 2015 Members of HFD participated in a Train the Trainer segment for the Backdraft Simulator. 14 Members spent the weekend going through multiple evolutions in the simulator, being training on operations and management of the Simulator, while also enhancing their knowledge of fire behavior and tactics. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Motor Vehicle Accident with Working Car Fire

April 07

On the morning of April 7th, 2015, the Holbrook FD was activated for a reported 2-Car Motor-Vehicle Accident on Sunrise Highway. Rescue 7 was the first unit to respond out of Headquarters. Upon Arrival, Captain Steve McGerty, notified dispatch that he was establishing Command and to reactivate the alarm as a Working Car Fire as one of the vehicles was now catching fire. The crew of Rescue 7 quickly ... (Full Story & Photos)

Car Fire

Ex Chief Cliff Pendl, March 30

At 1658 hrs. Holbrook was activated for a car fire in front of 267 Blue Point Road West. Upon arrival of Engine 5 Lt. Wolff notified Chief Heinssen, who was responding, of a working car fire. Engine 6 arrived and the crew assisted Engine 5 while Engine 2 EMS 18 stood by.... (Full Story & Photos)


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