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Icy Roads Create Havoc: Numerous Crashes for Local FDs and EMS

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ER in Huntington. Photo by Jim Milazzo.

Black ice caused by freezing rain created havoc on area roads and surfaces early Sunday morning, January 18, causing numerous auto accidents and slips and falls, which brought the response of volunteer fire departments

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Dix Hills FD Battles Second House Fire in Five Days

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Volunteers from the Dix Hills Fire Department battled their second house fire in the last five days on Thursday, January 15, at 5:10 p.m. on Jason Court. Firefighters arrived to find flames shooting out of

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Dix Hills Fire Department Battles Attic Fire

Phots by Steve Silverman.

Phots by Steve Silverman.

Volunteer firefighters from the Dix Hills Fire Department responded to reports of fire from the roof of a house on Carlls Straight Path near Patri Court, Saturday night, January 10, at around

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Halesite FD Escorts Santa and Elves Around the District

Santas Ride-Kevin Kelly and FamilyLast Saturday, Halesite’s trucks escorted Santa, Buddy the Elf and a host of other elves around the Halesite Fire District in Santa’s Sleigh. With the intent to visit as many of the children of the district as possible, the brightly lit

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Dix Hills FD Santa Spreads Holiday Cheer

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Santa arrived in Dix Hills from the North Pole this week when his sleigh landed at the Dix Hills Fire Department. Fire engines and ambulances  escorted Santa on his journey through the streets to spread

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Commack Head-on Crash Injures Two on Jericho Turnpike

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Photo by Steve Silverman

The Commack Fire Department and Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps responded to a head-on collision Saturday night on Jericho Turnpike near Valmont Avenue at around 7:15 p.m. The crash involved a car and

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Dix Hills Fire Dept. Responds to Thanksgiving Crash

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Volunteers from the Dix Hills Fire Department were dispatched to a three-car collision on Deer Park Avenue near Straight Path, Thanksgiving evening, November 27, at around 9 p.m. Under the command of

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Car Slams House in Huntington Station Crash

Photo by Steve Silverman.

Photo by Steve Silverman.

The Huntington Manor Fire Department responded to a crash on East 23rd Street in Huntington Station, shortly after 1 p.m. on Sunday, November 16, 2014. The crash involved a Jeep Cherokee and

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Greenlawn Fire Department Saves Dog From House Fire

Cooper the dog with his rescuers, Greenlawn Firefighters, Lieutenant Angelo Santomauro and John Modzelewski. Firefighters turned the dog over to neighbors Sue Ambrogi, left, and Al Ambrogi, right, until the homeowner's arrived. Photo by Steve Silverman.

Cooper the dog with

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Fire Damages Ralph’s Ices and Nathan’s in Commack

Photo by Steve Silverman

Photo by Steve Silverman

The Commack Fire Department responded to a commercial building fire that heavily damaged Ralph’s Italian Ices, Nathan’s Famous and Lorenzo’s Pizza on Commack Road, Wednesday night, October 8, at 8:33 p.m. About

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