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Be a Volunteer at Sayville FD's Wilbur Ritter-4/10 Blood Drive

Ex-Chief Thomas Pantano, March 19

The Sayville Fire Department will be hosting a blood drive on Thursday,
April 10th from 2:00PM to 8:00PM.

Am I needed as a Blood Donor?

A Blood Donor is a special kind of volunteer. One donation can help save up to three patients' lives. Long Island Blood Services provides blood service to hospitals throughout Long Island. We are fortunate to live in a region where sophisticated medical ... (Full Story & Photos)

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DEDICATION of "AMERICAN LEGION WAY"

Public Information Officer Don Marra, March 08

On Friday, March 7th, 2014, the Sayville Fire Department was invited to participate in the American Legion Smith-Wever Post #651 Dedication Ceremony to rename Foster Ave. The section of Foster Ave., between Montauk Highway and Middle Road, will now be known as "American Legion Way" in tribute to the members of Post #651 for not only their past military service, but also for their continual contributions ... (Full Story & Photos)

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VEHICLE EXTRICATION TRAINING

Public Information Officer Don Marra, March 08

Despite frigid winter temperatures, the members of the Sayville Fire Department spend many a Sunday morning training for their "next run". Recently the department assembled at the Station #2 Training Grounds for a round of Vehicle Extrication scenarios. Under the direction of Lieutenant Craig Fazio, the fire fighters rotated through a variety of evolutions involving the use of hydraulic powered ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Winter Storm Safety Tips

Ex-Chief Thomas Pantano, January 21

How to Survive a Winter Storm

In a Car or Truck • Never leave the vehicle. If you are stranded, the vehicle offers a form of protection from overexposure to the cold. A single person walking through the snow is also harder to find than a stranded car or truck.

• It is okay to run the car for short periods to provide some heat. Remember to crack the windows a small amount to allow for the circulation ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Sayville FD asks for residents assistance

Ex-Chief Thomas Pantano, January 21

With the expected snow storm heading our way, the Sayville Fire Department ask the residents for assistance with clearing a path for hydrants. Unfortunately, there are a lot of fire hydrants around town and we will be unable to get to all of them. Of course, responding firefighters have shovels on hand to dig out hydrants during fire emergencies and dispatchers have information on hydrant location. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SAYVILLE FIRE RESPONDS (2) CAR MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT

Public Information Officer Donald Marra, October 02

The Sayville Fire Department responded to a reported motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Sunrise Highway Service Road and Johnson Ave. with personal injury involved. SFD Units Rescue 6 from downtown Headquarters and Squad 2 from the Broadway Ave. Firehouse responded to find 2 vehicles involved, both with serious damage due to the "T-Bone" side impact collision. Each vehicle occupant was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SAYVILLE FD "BLUE JAYS" WIN ANNUAL WILLIAM ST. GEORGE MOTORIZED DRILL

PIO Donald Marra, July 29

In the proud history of the Sayville Fire Department, the "Blue Jays" Racing Team had never won a motorized tournament ... that was until this year's "Chief William St. George" Annual Motorized Drill, held Friday night, June 28, 2013, at the Hempstead Arch hosted by the Baldwin Fire Department "Tomcats" Racing Team. The Blue Jays scored in all contests throughout the evening drill for a total of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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ISLIP TOWN SUPERVISOR TOM CROCI MADE HONORARY MEMBER OF THE SAYVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

PIO Donald Marra, July 06

Islip Town Supervisor Tom Croci has been recalled to active duty in the U.S. Navy and will be leaving his post as town leader in mid-July for an overseas tour expected to last until next Spring. In recognition of this and his service as town supervisor, Chief Michael W. Butler of the Sayville Fire Department invited Tom Croci, a resident of Sayville, to the regular monthly meeting of the Sayville ... (Full Story & Photos)

 
 
Pictures from left to right:  Chief of Department Michael W. Butler, Town Supervisor Tom Croci, 1st Assistant Chief Chris Chester and 2nd Assistant Chief William Roderka
Pictures from left to right: Chief of Department Michael W. Butler, Town Supervisor Tom Croci, 1st Assistant Chief Chris Chester and 2nd Assistant Chief William Roderka

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