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On July 8th, just after 9:00PM, the Commack Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle accident on the Sunken Meadow Parkway. Assistant Chief Ciaccio arrived to find a single vehicle into a tree within a wooded area. Members from Rescue 9 and Rescue 8 worked to keep an engine compartment fire in check and clear a path for personnel from Commack Ambulance to access the driver who was still inside the vehicle. Engine 4 arrived shortly after to fully extinguish the fire while members assisted in patient removal. All units operated under the command of Chief of Department John Barry. ...

On July 8th, just after 9:00PM, the Commack Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle accident on the Sunken Meadow Parkway. Assistant Chief Ciaccio arrived to find a single vehicle into a tree within a wooded area. Members from Rescue 9 and Rescue 8 worked to keep an engine compartment fire in check and clear a path for personnel from Commack Ambulance to access the driver who was still inside the vehicle. Engine 4 arrived shortly after to fully extinguish the fire while members assisted in patient removal. All units operated under the command of Chief of Department John Barry.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Maryann Strippoli Agostino

Thank you Commack

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On Friday July 5th, 2024 just before noon the Commack Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle fire in front of 19 Irene Lane. Firefighters arrived to a fully involved pickup truck. One hand-line was pulled to extinguish the fire. Units returned to service within the hour.

Units on scene:

2-11-31
2-11-32
2-11-13
2-11-9
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On Friday July 5th, 2024 just before noon the Commack Fire Department was dispatched to a vehicle fire in front of 19 Irene Lane. Firefighters arrived to a fully involved pickup truck. One hand-line was pulled to extinguish the fire. Units returned to service within the hour. 

Units on scene: 

2-11-31 
2-11-32 
2-11-13 
2-11-9 
2-11-2 
2-11-4

On Friday afternoon, the Commack Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle accident at the intersection of Jericho Turnpike and Ware Avenue. Assistant Chief Ciaccio arrived shortly after and confirmed a collision involving a limousine bus and an SUV, with the driver of the SUV trapped inside their vehicle. Members from Rescue 9, assisted by Engine 13 removed the driver’s door to extricate the driver. Crews assisted Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps and worked to secure both vehicles and a large fluid spill before returning to service. ...

On Friday afternoon, the Commack Fire Department was alerted for a vehicle accident at the intersection of Jericho Turnpike and Ware Avenue. Assistant Chief Ciaccio arrived shortly after and confirmed a collision involving a limousine bus and an SUV, with the driver of the SUV trapped inside their vehicle. Members from Rescue 9, assisted by Engine 13 removed the driver’s door to extricate the driver. Crews assisted Commack Volunteer Ambulance Corps and worked to secure both vehicles and a large fluid spill before returning to service.Image attachmentImage attachment

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My Bride and her girls were on that party bus, thankfully no more than just major bruising.

Thank you all. My daughter and family were on that bus heading to the bride's wedding

What the hell were they doing 100mph!? They’re lucky they didn’t kill anyone.

Proud of my crew on this call. Good job by all

Way to go Chaich!

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Thursday, June 27th Members of Company 4 attended the high school graduation for Anthony Sollicito, son of the late Company 4 member, Lou Sollicito, who passed away earlier this year due to 9/11 related cancer. Members stood by proudly and watched as Anthony graduated Commack High School, with honors. Anthony will be joining the United States Air Force later this year. We wish him the best of luck as he serves our Country ...

Thursday, June 27th Members of Company 4 attended the high school graduation for Anthony Sollicito, son of the late Company 4 member, Lou Sollicito, who passed away earlier this year due to 9/11 related cancer. Members stood by proudly and watched as Anthony graduated Commack High School, with honors. Anthony will be joining the United States Air Force later this year. We wish him the best of luck as he serves our Country

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This was a beautiful act of kindness. God bless you all. Congratulations to Anthony go off and do big things!!

So beautiful. Congratulations and God Bless you Anthony for serving our country!

This is so Amazing that The Commack Fire Department was there for his graduation. Congratulations to Anthony. His Dad is looking down on him for sure. ❤️

This is beautiful. God bless Anthony as he serves his country

Congratulations and job well done CFD!

Congratulations Anthony! So proud of you!

Congratulations Anthony 🍾well done Commack FD.

Congratulations Anthony 🎓🇺🇸

Hats off to the Commack Fire Department for always doing the right thing Bravo !!!

So beautiful and special!!Congratulations!

Congratulations Anthony and May god bless and protect you as you serve our country💙

Great job!!!!!

Congratulations! 🎉

BEAUTIFUL!! Congratulations 🎓🇺🇲

Congratulations!!!

You guys are the greatest

Great stuff

Outstanding !!!

Outstanding!!!

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On Tuesday June 25th, 2024 just after 4PM The Commack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported brush fire in the woods near the PSEG Plant on New Highway. Upon arrival, it was discovered that there was a brush fire burning in the woods adjacent. Firefighters from 2-11-10 and 2-11-11 entered the woods and began to extinguish the fire while engines 4,12, and 13 stood by for additional water. All units returned to service just over an hour later. ...

On Tuesday June 25th, 2024 just after 4PM The Commack Fire Department was dispatched to a reported brush fire in the woods near the PSEG Plant on New Highway. Upon arrival, it was discovered that there was a brush fire burning in the woods adjacent. Firefighters from 2-11-10 and 2-11-11 entered the woods and began to extinguish the fire while engines 4,12, and 13 stood by for additional water. All units returned to service just over an hour later.Image attachment

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Wow good to see 10 still active.

Thank you for all you do

Love seeing old girl still doing it.

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