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95th Anniversary: 1922-2017

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Recruit NY Membership Drive Sunday April 30th

MVFA Webmaster, April 23

On Sunday 4/30/2017 from 10am-2pm, we will hold our 3rd annual RecruitNY Recruitment Drive at our Headquarters located at 1975 East Main St (Rt. 6) in Mohegan Lake. The Mohegan Volunteer Fire Association will join volunteer fire departments from all across New York State at their respective firehouses for this unified recruitment drive. Not only will RecruitNY be an opportunity to highlight the rewards ... (Full Story & Photos)

Transformer Substation Fire

MVFA Webmaster, April 19

At 10:57pm on Wed night 4/19/17, Mohegan FD was dispatched to Oregon Rd and Heady St in Cortlandt for a reported transformer fire. Upon arrival of units, heavy fire was visible from a high voltage electric transformer substation, along with a confirmed oil leak. Units immediately requested Con Edison Electric on a rush, along with the Westchester County Dept of Emergency Services Hazardous Materials ... (Full Story & Photos)

FAS-Team on Yorktown FD Box Assignmwent

MVFA Webmaster, April 02

At 8:37pm on Sunday nevening 4/2/17, Yorktown Heights Volunteer FD, along with our FAS-Team were dispatched to a reported structure fire on Wilson Rd in the YHFD district in Yorktown. While our FAS-Team was assembling, Yorktown FD arrived and confirmed the fire and transmitted their 10-75 (working structure fire) assignment. Due to this being in the non-hydrant section of their district, this brought ... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo Courtesy Of YHFD
Photo Courtesy Of YHFD

FAS-Team Heads To Putnam Valley

MVFA Webmaster, March 23

At approximately 7:30am on Thurs 3/23/17, Mohegan FD's FAS-Team was requested mutual aid to Putnam Valley (Putnam County) for a heavily involved structure fire on Woods End Rd, in the northern part of Putnam Valley. Upon arrival, Mohegan FD FAS-Team members went to work to assist in overhaul operations and further extinguishment, due to the structure collapsing with the main fire knocked down. Putnam ... (Full Story & Photos)

Change Your Clocks Change Your Batteries

MVFA Webmaster, March 11

Chances are about 96 percent of households have a smoke alarm in your home. However, 23% of them do not work due to old or missing batteries. This means that 26 million homes, nationwide are at risk. A working Smoke Alarm and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Alarm can mean the difference between life and death. Over 6,000 deaths occur in house fires each year. Most people die from smoke and toxic gases rather ... (Full Story & Photos)

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