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Mar 24 54
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Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department



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No Caption MVFD TAKES PART IN ANNUAL KIDS DAY & SPIRIT DAY

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, June 14

06/14/19. 9:00am MVFD EMS Company provided standby crews at both Fulmar Road & Lakeview Elementary Schools, while the children enjoyed their end of the year Spirt Day and Kids Day. Both events are filled with a day of activities and outdoors events. MVFD is proud to always be part of these annual events.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Past Commissioner and 41 year Life Member Max Moreno answers his final alarm

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, June 05

It is with Deep Regret the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department announces the passing of 41 year Life Member and Past Commissioner Max Moreno who has answered his final alarm on June 3, 2019. The Departments thoughts and prayers are with the Moreno Family.... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption MAHOPAC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TRAINING TO BE EMT’S TO SERVE THEIR COMMUNITY

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, May 30

05/30/19. 10:00am. Members of MVFD and MFVFD assisted Mahopac High School teacher Mike Revenson, who is also a active member of MVFD with teaching his New EMT students with the proper usage of stretchers and stair chairs. Both Mahopac & Mahopac Falls Fire Department greatly benefit from the High School students that complete the EMT class and join the various departments to serve the community.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Alarm Sounded For Reported Structure Fire

EMS Captain Christopher Langley, February 18

At 19:38 the Mahopac Vol. Fire Dept. was alerted to a reported residence on fire. A quick response was made by the department with department engine 18-2-3 arriving first and just minutes after dispatch. Response also included 18-1-1, 18-1-3, 18-4-1, 18-4-2, 18-5-1, and 18-7-2. While enroute units were updated by the counties 911 center with a report from the home owner that the fire was believed ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Mahopac Volunteer Fire Dept. Ice Rescue Training at Lake Mahopac

Ex-Captain Thomas Beatty, February 16

On February 16 and 17, thirteen members of the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department participated in basic and advanced ice rescue training. The training consisted of both classroom training and practical live ice rescue both day and at night. The Ice Rescue Team trained on the use of an infrared camera to track victims and rescuers at night. The team trained on Lake Mahopac, NY.... (Full Story & Photos)

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MVFD handles oil dumpster fire at Enviro Waste

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, January 18

01/18/19. 11:53am MVFD was dispatched to Enviro Waste 279 Route 6 for a reported dumpster fire. Chief Bill Nikisher arrived to find a active fire in a compacting unit that recycles oil filters. The unit is housed within a carport style structure. The fire was knocked down and held to container area with no structure extension. MVFD was assisted on scene by Mohegan Fire Dept, Putnam County Hazmat ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption MVFD Receives New FireFighters

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, January 17

MVFD would like to Congratulate all their newest members that have recently completed their Firefighter 1 Class & Basic Exterior Firefighting Operations Class. Stay Safe as you enter into your journey of protecting and serving your community.... (Full Story & Photos)

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New Smoke Detector Law to take effect April 1,2019

Ex-Captain James Stasiak, January 05

1. It shall be unlawful for any person or entity to distribute, sell, offer for sale, or import any solely battery operated smoke detecting alarm device powered by a replaceable, removable battery.  All solely battery operated smoke detecting alarm devices that are distributed, sold, offered for sale, or imported, shall employ a non-removable, non-replaceable battery that powers the device for a minimum ... (Full Story & Photos)

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