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The Cornwall Office of Emergency Management is pleased to launch a new website to keep the Greater Cornwall Community informed and Ready to manage emergencies.Visit and learn about the hazards and risks unique to our community and the actions you can take before, during, and after an emergency to protect yourself and your family.ready.cornwallny.gov
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 1157
The Cornwall-on-Hudson Fire Department was summoned to a report of "flames coming out of the back of the house" at 13 Boulevard. Upon arrival of Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Officers, they confirmed a working fire with flames through the roof. As the daytime pool of available volunteer firefighters is very scarce, a 2nd Alarm was requested. Cornwall Fire Department Truck 402 was on automatic aid to cover the out of service Tower 413, Cornwall also sent an Engine, City of Newburgh Fire Department sent an Engine and Truck, Washingtonville Fire Department provided the FAST and New Windsor Fire Department sent an Engine to the scene. The community was covered by West Point with a Tower Ladder and Salisbury Mills with an Engine. Cornwall EMS provided rehab and transported one Firefighter who was injured during the blaze but has been released and is doing well. No one was home at the time of the Fire. Click on this news article for a full story and photos by 1st Responder News.
Fire started in the back of the house
Thursday, January 23, 2014 0611
An early morning fire displaced a two family residence at 288 Hudson Street on Thursday morning. Car 2 arrived on scene and requested a 2nd alarm for fire showing from the second floor with exposures. The fire was under control by 7am. Cornwall-on-Hudson was assisted by Cornwall with 1-Engine, 1-Truck, Vails Gate FAST, New Windsor 1-Engine, City of Newburgh 1-Truck, Cornwall EMS, Cornwall-on-Hudson PD, Cornwall PD, and the Orange County Fire Investigators. The fire is still under investigation at this time.
If you are a male or female age 16 and up, we need you to help our friends and neighbors in the community by becoming a Volunteer Firefighter!
We offer free training including New York State courses in Firefighting, Emergency Medical Technician and Hazardous Materials to name a few.
Click on the title of this article and visit the link to watch the video about becoming a Volunteer Firefighter. Applications for membership are also ready for you to download.
For information, email firstname.lastname@example.org, call the Fire Station at 534-2841 or stop by any Wednesday night at 7pm.
Children in the Cornwall Central School District may join the Storm King Explorer Post. Boys and Girls at least 14 years old, completing 8th grade and under 21 years of age are eligible for membership. Contact Nancy Bryan for information by emailing email@example.com.
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