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2017 Incidents
January 15
February 11
March 11
April 8
May 9
June 7
July 12
August 9
September 10
October 11
November 18
December 10
Total 131

2018 Incidents
January 4
February 3
March 6
April 8
May 21
June 11
Total 53    

2016 Incidents
Jan 16
Feb 18
Mar 10
Apr 14
May 7
Jun 10
Jul 18
Aug 15
Sep 6
Oct 17
Nov 15
Dec 2
Total 148

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Blood Drive

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, January 02

There is no substitute for human blood. One in three people will need blood sometime during their lives. Blood lasts only 42 days. Your donation now is critically important. Close to 2,000 men, women and children in our community, including cancer, transplant and surgery patients, trauma victims, newborn babies and many others need blood transfusions each day. Please stop by the HFFD on January 28th ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Smith, President Galu & Fire Fighter James setting out to deliver gifts.
Chief Smith, President Galu & Fire Fighter James setting out to deliver gifts.

HFIS Adopt A Child Program

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 27

Local organizations, school staff, volunteers from The Center and Chamber of Commerce generously contributed to this year's Adopt a Child program. The program organized by the Highland Falls Intermediate School was able to provide 150+ local children with presents and holiday cheer! The Highland Falls Fire Department, Village of Highland Falls and the Town of Highlands Police Department delivered ... (Full Story & Photos)

Christmas Tree Safety

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 16

Seconds vs Minutes, Watering your Christmas Tree Reduces the Fire Hazard and buys you time.

Every year in the U.S., fire departments respond to an estimated 210 home fires involving Christmas trees. Even though Christmas tree fires are infrequent, when they occur, they can be dangerous and costly. These fires cause an annual average of 6 deaths, 16 injuries, and $16.2 million in property damage. ... (Full Story)

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Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 07

The County recognized 31 men and women from 19 Fire Departments at the County’s Firefighter 1 graduation ceremony on Thursday night at the 911 Emergency Services Center. Highland Falls had three members, Roger Waufle, Jacob Sibley & Joshua Keena. Josh was identified by his instructors as the top student and leader of this class, was made IC and received the Top Rung Award for his efforts. This is ... (Full Story & Photos)

HFFD Elects New Officers for 2019

Ex-Chief Jerry Galu, December 05

Congratulations to the new officers for 2019

Chief Erik Smith
Asst. Chief Steve Suarez
Capt John Rush
1st Lt Jesse Marvin
2nd Lt Clarissa Marvin

President Lynn Rush
Vice President James DiSalvo
Treasurer Clarissa Marvin
Financial Secretary Angie Suarez
Property Officer Anthony Stevens
Mascot Avery Waufle

Board of Directors
Steve Suarez
Pat Kelly
Jesse Marvin... (Full Story)


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