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2018 Incidents
Jan 22 23 7
Feb 30 13 5
Mar 98 15 4
Apr 21 19 4
May 38 27 3
Jun 26 21 11
Jul 44 24 7
Aug 35 21 5
Total 314 163 46

Past Incidents
2017 366 222 50
2016 389 276
2015 344 263
2014 316 266
2013 346 240
2012 397 234
2011 382 263
2010 429 243

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No Caption September is National Suicide Prevention Month

President Donna Orrico, September 19

So many people are affected by suicides each year.
First responders not only respond to these emergencies, but sometimes sadly this is their cause of death.
But it is not only first responders that are affected, but all people have known someone or knows someone that has been affected by a suicide.
Suicide is the 10th leading cause of death in the US each year. Suicide rates are on the rise each ... (Full Story & Photos)

Bedford Tri-Festa (Three Hamlets, Three Times the Fun)

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, September 14

Please remember that on Saturday September 22, 2018 from 4:00 to 8:00 pm the town will be hosting the first Tri-Festa. This will be a family event with food trucks and kids events and will also have a Beer Garden. The Bedford Fire Department is proud to be a sponsor and members from our department along with Bedford Hills and Katonah will be present. Our departments will have apparatus there and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Use Caution: School Has Opened

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, September 05

Please remember that school is back in session and that children will be walking and taking the bus to school. Please drive safely. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hidden Danger of Keyless Cars

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, September 01

A "Cautionary Tale" from one of last week's BFD calls involving a keyless car, a closed garage and residents and guests who went to bed one night thinking that their car was turned off.

An early morning 911 call to BFD originated from an alarm company reporting a CO alarm in a residence in Bedford. The alarm company called the house but no-one picked up. Bedford PD and BFD were dispatched, evacuated ... (Full Story & Photos)

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First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, August 15

After three days of searching on land and water the Bedford Fire Department is proud to say that John Vasile has been found and reunited with his family. Today the Bedford Fire Department was out searching for Vasile with assistance from Bedford Hills FD and Pound Ridge FD, along with officers from the Bedford Police. We had five search teams containing five members each searching all the roads around ... (Full Story & Photos)

Final Summer Junior Drill

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, July 31

On July 31, our Junior Member Program had its final summer drill and family BBQ. Juniors are members ages 15 - 17 who join our department and learn what it's like to be a firefighter or EMT. At 15, Juniors learn about safety and support roles. At 16, they can drill with the department and participate in support roles. At 17, Juniors can start training as firefighters or EMTs for certification and ... (Full Story & Photos)

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First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, July 28

The BFD put our new ambulance, 52-B2 into service on July 27 and officially became a two ambulance agency. The very next day, both our ambulances were dispatched along with Rescue-44 and Engine 110 to a motor vehicle rollover with extrication required for 2 occupants. Both patients were delivered to the Level 1 Trauma Center at Westchester Medical Center in Vahalla well within the ‘golden hour.’ ... (Full Story & Photos)


President Donna Orrico, July 27

Parade Cancelled.

The primary responsibility of a fire department is to the safety of its members and the public. Due to weather forecast and after consulting a meteorologist, we feel it is best to cancel our parade tonight. The national weather service has posted a severe thunderstorm watch until 10pm. While we know there is only a 40% chance of severe thunderstorms hitting our area… If they do ... (Full Story)


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