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Ice Rescue Training

Assistant Chief James M. Dodge III, January 31

The last two Monday nights the PRFD members participated in our annual ice rescue training. We train to be prepared for any situation that may occur during the winter months when the ice is not safe. Horses,deer,dogs and god forbid a person. PLEASE never walk out on the ice! Don’t assume it is safe. There can be weak spots anywhere.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain James M. Dodge III, October 29

October 31, starting at 6PM to 8PM, the Pound Ridge Fire Department invites you to our haunted house. There will be two houses, one for the little ones and one for the not-so-faint of heart. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Neighbor in Need

Captain James M. Dodge III, August 08

Steve Eidam
50 Grandview Rd. South Salem, NY 10590
August 8, 2018
Dear Membership,

My name is Steve Eidam. I am a 30 plus year active member and Ex-Chief of the Pound Ridge Fire Department. I am writing to you today because a 9-year-old neighbor needs our help. A Bedford Hills resident named Rocky Serrano, with whom my son Brandon plays John Jay Youth Football, suffered a major stroke on Sunday, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Captain James M. Dodge III, January 18

08:36 January 18, the FD was dispatched to an MVA involving a fully laden tanker truck. This could have been far worse. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Holiday Safety

Captain James M. Dodge III, December 19

Candle Fire Safety
Guidelines for the safe use and enjoyment of candles.
Candles are generally safe products, but may become hazardous when used improperly or in
an unsafe manner. National fire safety agencies report that the bulk of candle fire incidents in
the United States are due to consumer inattention to basic fire safety or to the misuse of candles.
OFPC recommends the following safety tips ... (Full Story & Photos)

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