Structure Fire - Rose Street - 01-01-2011 at 2104 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to a reported attached garage fire. First arriving Chief of Department Raymond Germaine found that all occupants had evacuated uninjured and that there was a rapidly spreading fire from the garage into the rest of the residence. Engines 3-8-11, 3-8-14, 3-8-3, 3-8-13, 3-8-4, ladder 3-8-7 & Heavy Rescue 3-8-9 operated at this incident assisted by the fire police 3-8-10. Chief Germaine was aided by Assistant Chief Officers Kenneth Furuno and Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver. One firefighter sustained a minor injury to a knee. The Islip Town Fire marshal was on the scene. Fire was of accidental origin originating in the garage. Cooking was being conducted in the garage area and left unattended which led to this fire that seriously damaged this residence and a parked automobile. Many thanks to Smithtown Fire Department for providing an additional Engine with manpower for relief and to the Nesconset Fire Department for providing a RIT/Fast Team. An additional thanks goes to Commack fire Department for providing men and equipment to cover Hauppauge Fire District for the duration of the incident. And a thanks to the Central Islip-Hauppauge Ambulance Company for standing by at this incident and monitoring firefighting personnel and later transported the injured firefighter to the hospital.
MVA - EASTBOUND VETERANS HWY IN WOODS NEAR #636 - 06-06-2010 at 1247 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to a Motor Vehicle Accident located at Eastbound Veterans Highway in a wooded section off the roadway just West of # 636 Veterans Highway. This vehicle left the roadway for an unknown reason to this writer, and heavily struck a tree/s injuring the driver and heavily trapping the passenger. Heavy Rescue 3-8-9, Engine 3-8-14 and Fire Police 3-8-10 operated at this incident under the command of Chief Raymond Germaine and his Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver. Unfortunately EMS personnel had determined that the trapped female victim had expired and the extrication was terminated. The vehicle operator who appeared to sustain non-life threatening injuries was transported to Stony Brook Hospital by Commack Ambulance. All units were back in service as of 1310 Hrs.
MVA - VETERANS HWY & WHITE OAK DRIVE - 05-23-2010 at 0958 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to the scene of a Motor Vehicle accident. There were only minor injuries. The one vehicle, a Volvo with two occupants overturned a number of times from Veterans Highway. These occupants self extricated and were treated by Commack Ambulance Personnel. The occupants of the Black vehicle were uninjured. Engine 3-8-3 operated along 3-8-10 (Fire Police) at this scene under the Command of 2nd Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver. F.D. Personnel applied absorbent to spilled fluids and removed debris from the roadway.
MVA - MOTOR PKWY & EXPRESS DRIVE NORTH - 05-08-2010 at 0146 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to a rather serious motor vehicle accident (truck vs.car) at the intersection of Motor Parkway and Express Drive North. Engines 3-8-11,3-8-14 along with Heavy Rescue 3-8-9 operated at this incident under the command of Chief of Department Raymond Germaine aided by Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver. No one was trapped in the wreckage but there were at least four injuries all of whom were in the automobile. Ems Service was provided by three ambulances and two assistant Ems Chief's from the Central Islip-Hauppauge Community Ambulance. All Fire Department personnel and equipment were secure from this incident as of 0220 hrs.
MVA - EASTBOUND LIE EXIT 56-57 - 05-07-2010 at 0132 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department responded to a motor vehicle accident with rollover. This two vehicle accident involved a Jeep and a Volkswagen (not pictured). The driver of jeep had self extricated prior to arrival of the Suffolk Sheriffs and the Fire Department. This driver sustained minor injuries and was aided by personnel from Central Islip - Hauppauge Ambulance who also transported this patient to the hospital. The other driver who was apparently uninjured was placed under arrest by the Suffolk County Sheriffs. Fire Department Personnel applied absorbent, removed the large amount of unusual debris and uprighted vehicle and pushed from main roadway. Heavy Rescue 3-8-9, Engines 11 & 14 operated at this incident under the Command of Chief Raymond Germaine aided by is Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver.
Structure Fire - Michele Lane - 05-02-09 at 0242 Hrs.
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   The Suffolk County and Smithtown Township Fire Dispatching Office's received multiple telephone calls and a call from a central station office reporting a fire at a residence on Michele Lane in Hauppauge. Responding firefighters found a large two story residence with a heavy fire condition on the exposure 3 & 4 side involving two floors and the attic. The lone occupant and her dog who at time of the fire were sleeping were both able to escape unharmed due to the early warning of the residence's fire alarm. This fire required the use of three inch and three quarter handlines and all Hauppauge Fire Department Personnel on scene to extinguish.The fire was declared under control at 0334 hrs by the Incident Commander Hauppauge 1st Assistant Chief Kenneth Furuno. Many thanks to the Lakeland Fire Department who provided a rapid intervention team, the Nesconset and Smithtown Fire Department who each provided an engine with a crew to assist with firefighting operations and relief and the Central Islip Fire Department who provided and Engine and Personnel to cover the Hauppauge Fire District. Also a thank you to the Central Islip-Hauppauge Volunteer Ambulance for their assistance in aiding and transporting to the Hospital the two Hauppauge firefighters that sustained minor injuries in fighting this fire. The origin and cause of this fire is being Investigated by the Suffolk County Police Arson Squad and the Islip Town Fire Marshals Office.
Car Fire - Westbound LIE Between 57 & 56 - 04-28-2010 at 0509 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department Engines 3-8-14 & 3-8-1 under the command of Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver operated at a vehicle fire. The vehicle, a 2003 Nissan Altima was a total loss. There were no injuries. The cause of the fire is a suspected mechanical malfunction in the vehicles engine compartment.
Truck Fire - VETERANS HWY & LINCOLN BLVD - 04-21-2010 at 1859 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department responded to a report of a truck fire at Veterans Memorial Highway and Lincoln Boulevard. A 1987 Rack Style Landscaping truck was found to be heavily involved. Engines 3-8-14,3-8-4, 3-8-11 and their crews were utilized to suppress the fire. Heavy Rescue 3-8-9 and Fire Police assisted the Suffolk County Police with traffic control. Chief of Department Raymond Germaine aided by Assistant Chief Eugene Oliver supervised operations. No one was injured and the cause of the fire is believed to be due to a mechanical failure and is accidental. All units were in services as of 1931 hrs.
Car Fire - Rear of 108 Hoffman Ln. - 03-26-2010 at 1452 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle fire in the rear of 108 Hoffman Lane. Responding Engines 3-8-4 & 3-8-1 operated at this incident under the command of Ex-Captain Edward Minder. The fire vehicle sustained heavy fire damage and an adjoining parked vehicle sustained significant heat damage. No one was injured and the owners were not present. The circumstances of this fire and its cause are further investigated by the Suffolk County Police Arson Squad. Fire Police Unit 3-8-10 and their personnel also assisted at this incident. All units were in service as of 1529 hrs.
MVA - 809 Terry Road, corner of Wedgewood Drive - 02-22-2010 at 1048 Hrs.
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   The Hauppauge Fire Department was dispatched to the scene of a motor vehicle accident, car vs tree, at # 809 Terry Road , corner of Wedgewood Drive. Heavy Rescue 3-8-9 & Engine 3-8-4 operated at scene with assistance from manpower from Station # 2 which is at this intersection. Chief Raymond Germaine was the incident commander. Central Islip-Hauppauge Ambulance 3-26-16 tranported this individual to Stony Hospital



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Hauppauge Firefighters Receive Award from Southwest Airlines
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   HAUPPAUGE, NY: (July 6, 2013) - On December 27, 2012 at 9:15 AM the Hauppauge Fire Department responded to a mutual aid request from the Long Island MacArthur Airport Crash Fire Rescue Department. A departing Southwest Airlines flight had inadvertently driven off a taxiway, becoming stuck in the mud. The nose and left landing gear were mired and the plane was slowly sinking. While there appeared to be no initial damage, the engines were coming dangerously ... Click Here for More








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