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No Caption A Busy Day For The BFD: 2 Fires and a Horseback Riding Accident

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, November 12

Bedford FD units responded to reports of a brush fire to find that the homeowners had emptied their fireplace ashes next to the house, which then caught the outside of the house on fire. Our engine crews quickly knocked down the fire and checked for extension. Negative extension, so we ventilated the house to vacate all the smoke.

While returning to headquarters, we were redirected to an EMS call ... (Full Story & Photos)

Halloween Safety: Please Be Careful

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, October 31

Please follow some of the listed tips to keep you and your children safe on this Halloween night. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Emergency Vehicles Behind Me: What Should I Do???

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, October 26

We have seen many drivers lately not pull over for emergency vehicles. We’re not sure why: are they distracted, don’t hear/see the emergency vehicle, or just feel they can stay ahead of the emergency vehicle at their current speed? State laws — and common sense — dictate that all private and commercial vehicles yield to emergency vehicles that are operating with emergency lights and sirens. Emergency ... (Full Story & Photos)

Standby for Possible Explosive Devise

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, October 23

Members of the Bedford Fire Department stood by with two engines and both ambulances while Bedford Police, Westchester County Police EOD, FBI and the ATF investigated a possible explosive devise in our fire district. Around 2100 hours the scene was determined to be safe and all FD units were released.... (Full Story)

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First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, October 06

Tonight members of the Bedford Fire Department stood by for the second annual "Fox Night" at the Fox Lane Campus. This event is a school district-wide pep rally held on the Friday night of Homecoming Weekend. Go Foxes!... (Full Story & Photos)

New Firehouse Project Presented to the Pubic

Lieutenant Heather Feldman, September 28

On Thursday, September 27th, the Bedford Fire Department hosted a public meeting on the apparatus floor to unveil plans for a new headquarters at 550 Old Post Road. Members of the Department welcomed the community to our firehouse of almost 90 years and offered refreshments before the presentation.

Dan Hollis, a former Bedford Firefighter and Counsel for the project, hosted the meeting.

First Assistant ... (Full Story)

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 Takes the Next Step in Bail-Out Training

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, September 17

Some of the members of the Bedford Fire Department took our bail-out training to the next level this weekend. This training is vital to survival should a firefighter get trapped in a burning building. A trapped firefighter will deploy a rescue system called the Petzel Exo, which is integrated into the gear we wear, and then literally jump out the window. The Petzel system controls the firefighter's ... (Full Story & Photos)

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