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Cold Spring Fire Company No. 1, November 14

On Monday, November 13th, at 8:22 am, CSFC dispatched automatic mutual aid to @northhighlandsengineco1 for a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. 13-1-1 and 13-2-2 arrived and assisted with extrication and traffic control. CSFC was back in service at around 9:30 am.

Want to join us? The Cold Spring Fire Company is 100% volunteer and actively recruiting new members. If you are interested in volunteering ... (Full Story & Photos)

Structure Fire in Cold Spring

Member Melissa Lahey, September 13

Tuesday, September 12, 2023, at 6:07 pm, CSFC was dispatched to a structure fire on Parsonage Street. After a quick arrival of 13-1-1, a confirmed basement fire with smoke showing was found. 13-1-1 used a water extinguisher along with the homeowner using a garden hose, which contained the fire until 13-2-2 arrived. 13-2-2 arrived shortly after 13-1-1, and members quickly got water on the fire, knocking ... (Full Story & Photos)

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House Fire in North Highlands.

President Aaron Leonard, August 26

At 0209, Cold Spring Fire was dispatched to North Highlands to assist with a second alarm structure fire on Torchia Road. Chief Phillips and Assistant Chief Steltz were at the scene within minutes of the call and conducted an interior search of the property. Our second due engine, 13-2-1, which carried 2,500 gallons of water, established a water supply from Route 9 to the scene. Once the fire was ... (Full Story & Photos)

Structure Fire in Cold Spring

President Aaron Leonard, July 20

At 6:00 am this morning, the Cold Spring Fire Company (CSFC) was called to a fire on Kemble Avenue in Cold Spring. Upon arrival, Chief Phillips and Assistant Chief Steltz reported heavy smoke and fire and observed that the structure's roof had collapsed, and all occupants were outside the building. CSFC Engine 13-2-2 arrived shortly after the Chiefs and began an external attack, successfully extinguishing ... (Full Story & Photos)

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President Aaron Leonard, July 10

July has been a very busy month for Cold Spring Fire. On Sunday afternoon and into the late hours of the night, heavy rain dumped over 8 inches on the village of Cold Spring and surrounding areas. During this time, CSFC members responded to roughly 25+ calls to service in the village, including fire alarms, pump outs, gas leaks, elevator rescues, mudslides, trapped residents, and numerous flooding ... (Full Story & Photos)


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