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Hampton Bays Fire Department

Headquarters

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, December 30

(12//30/22) Fri. at 1:47PM the HBFD was activated for a structure fire on E.Argonne Rd. Initially called in by a neighbor that witnessed smoke from the residence. Pd on scene reported smoke coming from the second floor. Chief James Kappers went inside and saw visible fire from the 1-2 corner of the second floor and reactivated for 13-35. First in was engine 7-5-1, followed by engine 7-5-2, Rescue/Utility ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MVA with extrication

Member Alex Smith, December 26

(12/26/22) Tues. @ approximately 9:00 AM we were dispatched to a two car, MVA at the corner of Wakeman and Fanning Avenue. One driver was able to get out by themselves, the other needed to be extricated with double door and “B” post removal to allow members of the HBVAC to treat patient. Heavy rescue 7-5-2 and 7-5-4 worked together. Fire Police shut down the road in order for the crews to operate ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Alex Smith, December 23

(12/23/22) @ 7:20 AM we were dispatched for a person stuck in their vehicle in flood conditions on Dune Rd West of the bridge. Chief James Kappers set up Command post on the south side of the bridge by the pavilion. 7-5–8 High-water truck was to be first due because water levels exceeding 2 1/2 feet.
Responding Units
Command: 7-5-30/31/32/33
High-water Truck: 7-5-8
Brush Truck: 7-5-12A
Safety: #3 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chimney Fire

Member Alex Smith, December 09

(12/09/22) @ 6:42PM the HBFD responded to a chimney fire on wards Path. Roof team had to ladder the building to remove chimney cap and extinguish the fire. The fire was isolated to the chimney. Interior teams removed the contents of the fireplace that was still burning. Engine and truck crews from 7-5-1 and 7-5-3 worked together. Fire Police add traffic monitored.
Responding Units
Command: 7-5-30/31/33
Engine: ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Alex Smith, December 04

(12/4/22) @ 2:35 PM we were dispatched for a structure fire with smoke from the outlets on Nautilus Dr. Chief James Kappers was first on scene and ascertained a room and contents fire with extension into the walls. He was able to dampen down the fire with a quick hit from the water can and closed the door. 7-5-2 made a quick hit with outside ventilation by 7-5-1 with manpower support from 7-5-3 and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HBFD responds to reported structure fire

Member Alex Smith, December 03

(12/03/22) @ 6:22AM the HBFD responded to a roof fire on E.Tiana Rd. The fire had spread into the roof from an electrical fixture. Roof team had to cut and remove a large section of the roof to knock down and extinguish extension in the rafters. Interior operations included overhaul and removal of burning materials. Engine and truck crews from 7-5-1 and 7-5-3 worked together expeditiously to remediate ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member Alex Smith, November 08

(11/8/22) @ 7:02 PM working wind-driven structure fire over on Percy Place. Engine crews from 7-5-2 and 7-5-1 made an aggressive interior attack stretching three hand lines into the building to extinguish the fire while search teams looked for occupants. Search team found 3 dogs and 2 cats that were taken from the building. Ladder truck supplied by the tanker provided cover and prepared for master ... (Full Story & Photos)

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