Saranac Lake Fire Department


2014 Incidents
Fire EMS
Jan 33 131
Feb 24 107
Mar 25 120
Apr 21 103
May 19 118
Jun 22 103
Jul 37 182
Aug 21 169
Sep 27 144
Oct 26 145
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 255 1322

Past Incidents
Fire EMS
2013 358 1306
2012 281 1033
2011 322 1011
2010 259 1001
2009 174 950
2008 195 868
2007 191 886

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2nd Update: SLVFD to remain in Depew, Will Rotate Firefighters.

SLVFD Newsroom, November 21

Fire Drivers Rick Yorkey and Charlie Duprey who have been on duty with the Depew Fire Department will be travelling home today. SLVFD's involvement will continue, Yorkey and Duprey are being relieved by Fire Drivers John Derby and Rick Hurteau.

Our guys have been involved in multiple fire and rescue missions and are actively responding with the Depew Fire Department. Yorkey and Duprey are expected ... (Full Story)


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Update: Crews Arrive Safely in Erie County. SLVFD Assigned to Depew, NY

SLVFD News Room, November 19

Franklin county crews have arrived safely in Erie County. Chief Keough has been in contact with our crew of Fire Drivers Rick Yorkey and Charlie Duprey. They have been assigned to do "Health and Welfare checks" in the village of Depew NY. Depew currently has 5 and 1/2 feet of new snow. According to Wikipedia the village Depew has a population of 15,303 people.... (Full Story)


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SLVFD Deployed As Part Of Statewide Response To Buffalo Snowstorm

SLVFD News Room, November 19

Units from the Saranac Lake, Hogansburg-Akwesasne, and the Owls Head-Mountain View Volunteer Fire Departments have deployed to Erie county following a monster lake effect snowstorm. The 3 Franklin county fire departments are participating as part of a statewide response.

Fire Drivers Rick Yorkey and Charlie Duprey are expected to arrive in the Buffalo area at around 7:30am this morning. They are ... (Full Story)


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A group of local firefighters from Saranac Lake, Paul Smiths-Gabriels, and Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Departments gather together during joint training on 11/15/2014.
A group of local firefighters from Saranac Lake, Paul Smiths-Gabriels, and Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Departments gather together during joint training on 11/15/2014.

SLVFD Participates in Joint Training Day with Paul Smiths-Gabriels and Bloomingdale Volunteer Fire Departments

SLVFD News Room, November 16

3 local fire departments joined together at the Paul Smiths-Gabriels fire station and training tower on Saturday November 15th for a day of training. The training covered was a variety of essential firefighting skills. Perhaps the most important lesson of the day was being able to work hand in hand with neighboring departments, learning each others equipment and operating procedures. Beyond the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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SLVFD Trains For Airport Response

SLVFD News Room, October 26

This month members of the SLVFD trained on responding to incidents at the Adirondack Airport in Lake Clear.

Under the direction of Airport Mangager Corey Hurwitch, The Adirondack Regional Airport staff are trained to respond to aircraft related fires. They maintain an airport crash, fire, and rescue vehicle which has the capability of responding in close proximity of a very hot fire that might be ... (Full Story & Photos)

SLVFD vehicles line up during airport training 10/24/2014
SLVFD vehicles line up during airport training 10/24/2014

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Saranac Lake Volunteer Fire Department
100 Broadway
PO Box 509
Saranac Lake NY 12983


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