1 day ago
At 12:15 this afternoon, the Port Washington Fire Department responded to a report of a kitchen fire on Sandy Hollow Rd. Upon arrival of the first unit (Assistant Chief Waterson) confirmed a working kitchen fire and that all occupants were out of the house, a signal 10 was transmitted by Chief of Department Tom Golden.
The fire was quickly knocked down and overhauled before it was able to spread to other parts of the house. Secondary searches were conducted and members were able to locate the homeowners 2 cats.
The PWFD was assisted by by our neighboring departments, the Manhasset Lakeville FD, Roslyn FD and had East Norwich, Plandome and Great Neck Vigilants on standby to cover any additional calls.
Pictures taken by Pam Monfort
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God Bless and thank you for your service!! You are all awesome!! ❤️🥰🙏🏻
Great job guys!!!👨🚒🐱❤️
You guys all have a special place in my heart❗❤ 🚒🚨
Thank you. You are the best.
Read that at first as "cover any additional cats" and got a giggle.
Port is burning! Multiple jobs in the “Golden Era!”
Way to go guys!
PWFD the best
2 days ago
Yesterday at 11:25am the Port Washington Fire Department was called to assist the Glen Cove Fire Department at a multi alarm building fire. Tower Ladder 8517 responded to this commercial building that was being used to store movie equipment.
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4 days ago
Interested in giving back to the community? Port Washington Fire Department is always looking for volunteer firefighters and EMS personnel. Do you have what it takes?
All training provided. Lots of perks!
Visit our website at www.pwfd.com to learn more about the PWFD.
Click here if you are interested in joining:
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