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Mar 98 15 4
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2016 389 276
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2014 316 266
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Celebrating 90 Years of Service to the Community 


Lieutenant Heather Feldman, April 12

April 12, 2018

The Bedford Village Fire District, New York will accept offers on the following surplus property:

1984 GMC Mini Attack, VIN number GDJK34W7V25205

Production date 12/1983: produced by Rescue Systems, West Virginia
GVW 11,000 lbs.
Pump: W.S. Darley & Co., 250 GPM, Model HM250
Water Tank: 250 gallons
Foam Tank: unknown (believed to be 20 gallons)
Specs: PTO mounted pump, for pump & ... (Full Story & Photos)

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President Donna Orrico, April 03

April is Autism Awareness Month.

There is no single known cause of Autism. There are families all over the world, and in our communities that are affected by this condition. There are many resources on the internet and locally to learn more about Autism and get support if you are a family affected.

Not only did we wear blue to raise awareness but look out for our vehicles where we have hung ... (Full Story & Photos)

Spy shots and a quick video of the new 52B2

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, March 21

The members of the Bedford Fire Department are anxiously awaiting the delivery of our new mbulance. This ambulance will be 52B2 because the district has agreed to add a second ambulance to apparatus we currently have. This will allow the members to provide the best medical service for multiple patients in our fire district while allowing us to continue helping at community event and sporting standbys ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Daylight Savings Fire Safety: Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, March 12

Firefighters know the importance of home fire safety. That's why the men and women of the Bedford Fire Department encourage participation in the semi-annual home fire safety program called:

Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery!

Sponsored by the International Association of Fire Chiefs and Energizer brand batteries, the program urges you to adopt a simple lifesaving habit: Change ALL of your Smoke ... (Full Story & Photos)

Eat Healthy with Bedford Fire Department in March

President Donna Orrico, March 08

The Bedford Fire Department members are wearing green and posing with our basket of fruit to remind everyone that March is National Nutrition Month. One of the components to a long healthy life is eating healthy.

The USDA has strategies to help you become a better eater!
1. Start with small changes.
2. Take one day at a time.
3. Be active your way.
4. Team up.
5. Celebrate success!

According ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Town of Bedford - 4:30 PM STORM RECOVERY UPDATE (3.4.18)

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, March 04


NYSEG Service Area : Earlier today I visited NYSEG’s Command Center in Pound Ridge. They confirmed that they now have dispatched crews to Bedford. As earlier mentioned, the first priority is de-energizing lines for safety purposes and to enable line crews to work on them. That process is nearly complete and, I am advised, storm damage assessment has been concluded. As ... (Full Story)

Vintage Photos of the Fox Lane Gym Fire

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, March 03

Thank you Richard Hooker for posting these old photos of the Fox Lane Gym Fire in the mid 90's. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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After-Storm Safety Reminders

First Assistant Fire Chief Andrew Klein, March 03

This was a large storm and we have still many roads closed or blocked by trees and/or wires. Many of these trees and wires cannot be removed until NYSEG makes them safe.

Please stay clear of all wires. Any wire affected by the storm could still be energized. Do not attempt to move downed trees with wires or trees leaning on wires.

Generator tips: use caution when filling them if they are hot, ... (Full Story)


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