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By Jack Casey
November 8, 2018

Just after noon, Thursday 11/8, units from Mahopac Fire and Carmel Police were dispatched to a possible structure fire on Kennicut Hill Rd., in the area of Olympus Drive. Carmel Police units, Officers Pearson and Macon were the first to arrive and closed the road to traffic, making it easier for responding fire units to have access to the scene. Asst. Chief Andy Roberto assumed the role of Incident Command. After conferring with the home owner, it was found to be an oil burner malfunction. Using the Thermal Imaging Camera to verify that there were no hotspots, crews packed up and headed back to quarters.

Carmel Police Officer Macon clears the intersection for responding fire units and then closes the road to traffic- for the safety of the fire crews
Carmel Police Officer Macon clears the intersection for responding fire units and then closes the road to traffic- for the safety of the fire crews
Mahopac Firefighters standby for their orders
Mahopac Firefighters standby for their orders
 
Carmel Police Officer Pearson gets the "all clear" from the fire chief and opens the road
Carmel Police Officer Pearson gets the "all clear" from the fire chief and opens the road
Mahopac Fire on the scene
Mahopac Fire on the scene
 

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