Halloween Night, Car vs Building

October 31, 2019

On Halloween night just after 6:00pm a call was received for a car accident in the LaBonne  Vie Apartment complex.  Units arrived on scene to find a minivan had crashed into the front door of an apartment and was roughly 3' inside the structure.  Thankfully nobody was home at the time and no bystanders were hurt given how crowded the complex was with trick or treaters.  Our members worked quickly to stabilize the compromised structure so the van could be removed.  Once removed crews put up a single t-shore while the maintenance workers turned utilities off to the structure until the repairs could be made. 

Early Morning MVA

September 18, 2019

Just before 6:30am the Hagerman Fire Department was activated for a Motor Vehicle Accident with heavy rescue on Montauk Highway and Scherger Ave.  Units arrived on scene and found a 2 car MVA with one patient still inside one of the vehicles requiring medical attention.  Crews stabilized the vehicle and removed the entire drivers side which included both doors and the "B" post in order for EMS to safely remove the patient from the vehicle. 

Hagerman Provides Mutual Aid to Bellport Fire Department

April 8, 2019

The Hagerman Fire Department was activated to provide mutual aid to the Bellport Fire Department for a reported Structure Fire on Pace Avenue.  First arriving units were met with heavy fire throughout the home and quickly worked extinguish the blaze. No injuries were reported and a great job was done by all.

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March 16, 2020

 

To the Members and Residents of the Hagerman Fire District,

The Hagerman Fire District along with the Hagerman Fire Department have implemented the following plan’s to protect our members, member’s families, and the residents we serve, by instituting the following plan:

Effective immediately, the Hagerman Fire Dept. is advising all members that until further notice, FD meetings, Thursday night trainings, and or any social gatherings will be suspended until further notice. We will be responding to calls only, and members are urged to attend all calls.  

If you are feeling ill, sick or feel you have been exposed to the Covid-19 virus PLEASE STAY HOME AND ADVISE A CHIEF OR EMAIL MEMBERSHIP@HAGERMANFD.COM so we can monitor and report. We are required by law to provide fire and emergency service to the residents of our community. If one of our members have been exposed, or tests positive for the COVID-19, any member in contact with that member will be subject to quarantine, thus limiting our ability to provide service. In essence the Fire Dept. on a whole could be affected.

If we require a “stand-by” it will be limited to 5 people at a time. Also if a member is exposed during a call and need to be quarantined, they will be covered by the VFBL but it must be documented. We are taking the necessary steps to avoid possible exposure, and maintain an essential service.

All activities will limited to the truck room only! All other areas of the building will be off limits with the exception of District employees, the board of Fire Commissioners, Chiefs, and Officers. When doing truck reports or other necessary equipment inspections we ask that no more than 5 members be present and that you log into the log book by the sign in kiosk. Members will respond as usual, upon return from a call, members will sign in and urged to wash their hands, and leave the premises ASAP. Unfortunately we must take these precautions to protect our responders, and the public we serve.

#TOGETHERALONE

Sincerely,

Hagerman Fire District Board of Fire Commissioners and

Chiefs and Officers of the Hagerman Fire Department

COVID-19 Response

Monthly Alarm Totals

January: 41

February: 26

March: 40

April:27

May: 29

June: 38

July: 21

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2020 Total Alarms: 222

2019 Total Alarms: 446

2018 Total Alarms: 432

2017 Total Alarms: 402