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Hampton Bays Fire Department

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69 West Montauk Highway

Hampton Bays, NY 11946

 

 


 



Hampton Bays Fire Department

Station 1

106 Ponquogue Avenue

Hampton Bays, NY 11946

 

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Member Alex Smith, May 24

(5/24/2022 at 8:06PM) the HBFD was dispatched to an MVA involving a single car that lost control hitting a mulch pile, fence, assorted landscaping equipment before jettisoning over an in ground pool and into another fence. Chief James Kappers was first on scene and had command. The sole occupant was able to self extricate and treated by the members of the HBVAC. Crew of 7-5-2 secured the vehicle. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Working structure fire

Member Alex Smith, May 21

At 15:23PM on Saturday, May 21st, Hampton Bays FD was dispatched for a reported structure fire at 171 Wakeman Road. Upon the arrival of 3rd Assistant Chief Lou Stellato, smoke was seen coming from the residence and upon further investigation a “working fire” was declared. Engine 7-5-2 arrived first due and stretched 2 hand lines. Engine 7-5-1 arrived 2nd and it’s manpower assisted in venting the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Alex Smith, April 30

April 30th at 20:33PM HBFD was requested to respond with their Rapid Intervention Team to a working structure fire in Southampton Village located at 47 South Hill Street. Under the command of 1st Assistant Chief Rick Nydegger (7-5-31), Engine 7-5-1 responded to the scene and Tower Ladder 7-5-3 relocated from Station 1 to HQ's with a second crew to standby in the event another call came in or the aldder ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFD responds to a vehicle into the water

Member Alex Smith, April 28

At 17:11PM on April 28th, Hampton Bays FD was notified of a vehicle into the water at the end of West Landing. Ex-Captain Mike Zarro arrived on scene first and relayed to Chief of Department James Kappers (7-5-30) that there was a confirmed unoccupied vehicle approximatley 20 feet into the water. Members utilized cold water suits from both Rescue Engine 7-5-2 and Rescue 7-5-5. Three members entered ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Alex Smith, April 15

At 01:15 hours on Friday April 15th, HBFD was requested to assist the East Quogue FD at the scene of a working garage fire located at 81 Old Country Road. Engine 7-5-2 responded and operated under the command of Chief of Dept. James Kappers 7-5-30. Members operated for approximately 1-1/2 hours. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFD responds to working structure fire

Member Alex Smith, April 10

Sunday 4/10 at 11:50 am HBFD was dispatched to a reported kitchen fire in a trailer located in the trailer park off West Montauk HIghway. Upon arrival of 1st Assistant Chief Rick Nydegger 7-5-31, a reactivation for a working fire was declared and EMS was requested for a person with smoke inhalation. Engine 7-5-1 was first on scene followed closely by Engine 7-5-2 and Tanker 7-5-7, as well Rescue 7-5-5 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Working Structure Fire

HBFD, April 01

Hampton Bays Fire Department was dispatched at 1542 hours on April 1, 2022 for a reported structure fire at 317 East Montauk Hwy. Upon arrival, Chief James Kappers, reported heavy fire condition in a two story residence. The following apparatus responded from HBFD: Chief & 3 Assistant Chiefs, 1 Aerial Tower Truck, 3 Pumpers, 1 Rescue Truck, 2 Fire Police Units along with additional support units throughout ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFD responds to serious crash with entrapment on Montauk Highway

Member Alex Smith, February 09

(2/9/2022) 11:38pm the HBFD responded to an MVA with two people trapped in a vehicle on E.Montauk Hwy. The vehicle had struck a utility pole, multiple boat trailers, and boats before coming to rest wedged on its side under another boat. Rescue crews from 7-5-2 and 7-5-4 using rescue struts stabilized the vehicle so the roof and doors could be safely removed to allow patient access and removal. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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