Engine Company No. 1 is hosting Lifeguard Systems Surface Ice Rescue Tech Level I & II.
As of January 11, Level 1 is sold out. You may register online for our waiting list and you will be contacted if a spot opens up. We are trying to accommodate more students in this class. Those who have enrolled are asked to download the student information sheet that details important information about the class.
EMS Objectives - CME CREDIT (Suffolk County Only). Jan 27 8am - 12pm - This class has availability.
4 hour session is available for EMS personnel who do not want to take the full Ice Rescue class but want to learn about the medical concerns and procedures. They will also be introduced to the operations and made aware of the procedures for Tenders and Ice Rescue Technicians however no on ice or hands-on training will be conducted.
Surface Ice Rescue Tech Level II.
February 10 & 11 8a - 5p
As of January 14, Level 2 is sold out. You may register online for our waiting list and you will be contacted if a spot opens up. We are trying to accommodate more students in this class. Those who have enrolled are asked to download the student information sheet that details important information about the class.
To register please visit icerescue.bayportfd.org
[BAYPORT NY] The Bayport Fire Department responded to a report of a structure fire on Monday evening, August 29, 2017, at 20:20hrs. The fire was primarily contained to the attic area of the one-story home and was quickly extinguished.
Mutual aid was provided by the Sayville and West Sayville Fire Department with the Holbrook Fire Department standing by at Bayport’s headquarters. EMS services were provided by community ambulance.
Photography by Larry Hamrlicek
Courtesy of Newsday: Original article here
A group of passers-by forced their way into a Bayport home and alerted three residents that the house was on fire early Saturday, Suffolk County police said.
Five adults were riding in a car about 2:10 a.m. when they passed a home on Middle Road and noticed it was on fire, a police spokeswoman said.
They got out of the vehicle, knocked on the door and eventually forced their way in to reach the unsuspecting dwellers, police said. “They were sound asleep. They had no idea what was going on,” Bayport Fire Chief Bob Fleming said of the residents. “The people kicked in the door and woke them up out of a sound sleep. They definitely saved their lives, all three of them.” Two people in the home, as well as a tenant in another part of the house, were all able to get out safely, police and Fleming said.