Welcome to the Website of the Hagerman Fire Department.
510 Ralph T. Perry Drive, East Patchogue, NY 11772
*2013 Annual Fund Drive in Progress. We Thank You for Your Continued Support*
May 18th, 2013. The Hagerman Fire Department Explorers participate in the Brookhaven Town Cleanup.
Every Spring, Individual Volunteers and Groups join the Great American Cleanup the nation's largest organized cleanup. Over the last few years 15,000 Communities have participated in this cleanup and have picked up millions of tons of liter, renew parks, plant community gardens, and help beautify thousands of miles of roadways, beaches and beyond. The Volunteers know they make a difference and the results are dramatic. The communities look clean and beautiful and there is a new sense of hometown pride and accomplishment.
Hagerman Explorers pictured with Brookhaven Town Supervisor Edward P. Romaine
December 24th, 2012. Propane Truck Crashes into Deli.
On the morning of Chrismtas Eve, a frantic call was placed to 911 about a large propane truck that had overturned and crashed into a deli full of customers trapping the driver.
December 2rd, 2012. Car versus House results in Technical Rescue.
Just before 11:00pm an out of control car smashed into the front of a home on Scherger Avenue. Hagerman responded with Rescue 4 and the Technical Rescue Truck & Trailer.
October 30th, 2012.Hurricane Sandy Batters the Northeast Coast.
On October 30th, a powerful Category 1 Hurricane named Sandy took a direct aim at the Northeast coast. Sandy made landfall on the Jersey Shore but since the hurricane was over 800 miles wide the storm impacted areas from the Carolina's up to Maine.
July 3rd, 2012. Hagerman Featured in the Long Island FD Rant News.
Earlier this year Hagerman took delievery of it's new 2012 Pierce Velocity Heavy Rescue Truck. Rescue 4" is 1st due to all Motor Vehicle Accidents, High Angle & Confined Space Rescue's, Trench and Building Collapse's and Water Rescue's.
June 19th, 2012. Garbage Truck Fire Quickly Extinguished.
Just after 7:10am, as sanitation workers were beginning their day for pick-up, the sanitation truck they were driving suddenly caught fire near the front wheel on the drivers side. The two workers quickly exited the burning truck and quickly dialed 911.
April 17th, 2012. Hagerman Responds to Manorville for Brush Fire.
For the 2nd time in just over a week another large brush fire burned out of control not far from the last fire. The fire broke out near Weeks Road and North Street and with the low humidity, dry underbrush and 15 - 20mph winds the fire traveled in an East - SouthEast Direction towards a more heavily populated area.
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