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First Assistant Chief Devito with Firefighter Jones aboard Marine 33
First Assistant Chief Devito with Firefighter Jones aboard Marine 33

Firefighters Conduct Boat Operations Training

News Staff, June 30

Firefighters spent this morning reviewing boat operations at the firehouse followed by hands on skills training on Lake Waccabuc. It was a good opportunity for members to review boat procedures and conduct refamiliarization with the equipment in a controlled environment.

The Department recently acquired a new, inflatable boat, which allows for much safer and efficient water rescues. So far this summer, members have responded to two water rescues; one on Lake Truesdale and one on Lake Waccabuc.

While the Department hopes all our residents have a safe and enjoyable summer, rest assured that ... (Full Story & Photos)

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LEGAL NOTICE

South Salem Fire District, June 20

LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE TO BIDDERS

Removal and Replacement of Boiler, Oil burner, Circulator Motor and associated piping and insulation.

South Salem Fire District, invites submission of bids for the “Removal and Replacement of Boiler, Oil burner, Circulator Motor and associated piping and insulation”, to be located at the firehouse, 1190 Route 35, South Salem, New York. Bids for this contract will be received until 7:00, Wednesday July 10, 2019. The bids will be opened and publicly read aloud during the monthly meeting of the Board of Fire Commissioners, which will be held that evening.
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No Caption Water Rescue at Castle Rock

News Staff, June 08

At approximately 6pm, Friday, June 7th, South Salem firefighters were alerted to a water rescue on Lake Waccabuc in the area of Castle Rock. Responding units were advised that there was a victim, still in the water, with loss of feeling in their lower extremities. Chief Lynch, in command, advised the first arriving Paramedics, that Ex-Chief A.Llewellyn was in route in a personal watercraft, and would be able to bring them directly to the victim.
As patient contact was being made, U79 w/Marine 33 and R21 arrived on scene. With two personal boats already in use for the rescue, the decision was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ice Rescue Drill on Sunday February 17th, 2019.

2nd Assistant Chief Nicholas DeLaurentis, February 20

Early Sunday morning, members of the South Salem Fire Department gathered to practice ice rescue techniques. After having a class room session learning about the different methods and tools used in ice rescue, they went out on the ice to drill. Members got to experience going into the water as a victim as well as being a rescuer. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Rich Waterbury instructing how to wear our ice rescue suits.
Rich Waterbury instructing how to wear our ice rescue suits.

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No Caption Passing of Life Member and Ex-President Tom Herzog

Brian Marschhauser, Katonah Lewisboro Times, February 08

SOUTH SALEM, N.Y. – Thomas Herzog, an educator, a former town supervisor and one of Lewisboro’s most-dedicated community servants, died Sunday, Jan. 27, at the age of 83.

Throughout his lifetime in Lewisboro, Tom Herzog, as he was better known, accepted many opportunities to serve. According to friends, co-workers and decades-old news reports, Herzog wore many hats, sometimes as president/chair, for the South Salem Library; the Jay Players (theater group); Lewisboro youth sports groups; the South Salem Fire Department; the Lewisboro Library; and most recently with the Housing Committee.

“You’re ... (Full Story & Photos)

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