Manhasset-Lakeville Goes To Work at Plandome Manor House Fire


On Friday, February 13, 2015 at 5:02PM, Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department Companies 1, 2, 3 and the Ambulance Unit were dispatched to the intersection of Bourndale Road North and Chester Drive for a reported house fire in that vicinity. Chief of Department Farrone (8705), Deputy Chief Kiess (8701) and Ambulance 8767 were the first units to respond and were advised of a direct call from a resident stating that they see a house on fire in that area. Seconds later, the dispatcher advised the units that multiple calls were being received through Firecom all reporting a house fire at 32 Brookwald Drive. With this information, Chief Farrone requested the Port Washington Fire Department be requested for a F.A.S.T. (Firefighter Assist & Search Team).

Ambulance 8767 was the first unit to arrive on scene and reported “smoke showing” and confirmed that all occupants were out of the house. Deputy Chief Kiess (8701) arrived on the scene two minutes later and transmitted a “Signal 10” for a working fire in a 2 ½-story private dwelling. Deputy Chief Kiess reported that he had smoke pushing from all sides of the structure and visible fire in the rear. 

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M-LFD Responds To Burning Vehicle Up Against House in Manhasset


On Friday, October 10th, 2014 at 8:32AM, Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department Companies 1 and 2 were dispatched to 19 Shoredale Drive in Manhasset for a reported vehicle fire up against a structure. Engine 8725 was the first unit to respond, followed by Deputy Chief Candan (8704), who requested Company #3 be added to the initial assignment. Engine 8725 arrived on scene and advised responding units of a working car fire in the driveway with no extension to the structure. Engines 8712, 8735 and Quint 8728 also responded to the scene. Deputy Chief Garrigan (8703) released all units from the scene within twenty-five minutes.

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M-LFD Company #5 Extricates One From Car vs. Tree On L.I.E.


On Saturday, March 1st, 2014 at 10:29PM, Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department Companies 3, 5 and the Ambulance Unit were toned out to the westbound Long Island Expressway west of the Searingtown Road entrance ramp for a reported car versus a tree. Deputy Chief Candan (8704) arrived on the scene and reported that there was one patient trapped inside the vehicle with the vehicle up against a tree. The crew of Squad 8759 immediately used their extrication equipment to remove the trapped driver and they were transported by NCPD Ambulance 2366 to North Shore University Hospital. All units were released from the scene by Deputy Chief Garrigan (8703) within thirty minutes.  Click below for additional photographs from this incident.

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Manhasset-Lakeville Makes Quick Work of House Fire In Flower Hill


On Friday, February 28th, 2014 at 4:24PM, Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department Companies 1, 2, 3 and the Ambulance Unit were toned out to 8 Old Pine Drive in the Village of Flower Hill. Chief of Department Pisani (8702) was the first unit to respond and was advised of a 9-1-1 hang up reporting a house fire at the location. Chief Pisani arrived on scene three minutes later and reported that he had "smoke showing" and requested that the Firefighter Assist and Search Team (FAST) be notified to respond. After locating a fire in a room on the first floor of the 2 ½-story private dwelling, Chief Pisani transmitted a “Signal 10” for a working house fire. 

Engine 8712 and Quint 8728 were the first two pieces of fire apparatus on the scene. The crew of Engine 8712 stretched a 1" ¾ hose line, while the crew from Quint 8728 performed searches and vented. The crews from Engine 8735 and Tower Ladder 8724 assisted the first-due units and also checked for any extension. All searches throughout were negative and there was very minor extension to the floor above. The Port Washington Fire Department responded to the scene as the Firefighter Assist and Search Team (FAST) with Rescue 8522 and Assistant Chief Vogley (8502). 

The main body of fire was knocked down rather quickly and the scene was placed under control within twenty minutes. The Nassau County Fire Marshal’s office was called to the scene and is currently investigating the cause of the fire. All units were released from the scene by Chief Pisani in an hour.

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