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R.I.P. Hero’s 🌹🇺🇸🇺🇸

Never forget

For the past 2 years my friends and I rode our motorcycles from Denver to Yarnell to honor these hero’s. They have done a wonderful job keeping their memories alive. I will soon incorporate Yarnell into some custom paint work on my bike. Pretty awesome CFD took the time to call this out and remind everyone to NEVER FORGET.

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It has been four long years since we lost our brother. He continues to live on through each and every one of us.

"These things we do... That others may live"
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It has been four long years since we lost our brother. He continues to live on through each and every one of us. 

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🙏🙏🙏 May he Rest In Peace

❤️❤️😞😞 he will always be missed!

Rest in Peace

I cannot believe it’s been four years. Chris’s family will always be in my prayers. 🙏🏻

Sorely missed!❤

RIP brother ex chief Kelly

🙏Praying. Thanks for your service!!

Sorry for the loss of lieutenant Christopher Raguso

RIP 💕

🙏🙏🙏

😞❤️🇺🇸

❤️🤍💙

🙏♥️

🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

❤️❤️❤️

Sorry you dept lost

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The Commack Fire Department will be collecting donations for the refugees of Ukraine that have been forced to leave their country and cross into Poland.
We will be accepting the following
NEW items only:
footwear, thermal underwear, hygiene products, sleeping bags packaged first aid kits and medical supplies such as pain relievers aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen; bandages, gauze and tourniquets.
Due to transportation logistics, these are only items we can accept.
Donations can be dropped off at Commack Fire Department headquarters
6309 Jericho Tpke.
Commack NY 11725
Beginning March 11th from 7am to 9pm and ending on March 20th
As always we would like to thank this wonderful community in advance as the citizens of Commack never cease to step up.
God bless America and god bless the people of Ukraine
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The Commack Fire Department will be collecting donations for the refugees of Ukraine that have been forced to leave their country and cross into Poland.
We will be accepting the following
NEW items  only:
footwear, thermal underwear, hygiene products, sleeping bags packaged first aid kits and medical supplies such as pain relievers aspirin, acetaminophen, and ibuprofen; bandages, gauze and tourniquets. 
Due to transportation logistics, these are only items we can accept.
Donations can be dropped off at Commack Fire Department headquarters
6309 Jericho Tpke.
Commack NY 11725
Beginning March 11th from 7am to 9pm and ending on March 20th
As always we would like to thank this wonderful community in advance as the citizens of Commack never cease to step up. 
God bless America and god bless the people of Ukraine

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What about feminine products for women? I see that missing from a lot of lists, but I’m sure they’re in need. Any idea if those are acceptable donations?

That’s awesome

Thank you💜💜💜

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Today the members of the Commack Fire Department remember our friend and brother Suffolk County Police Officer Glen Ciano.
On February 22nd 2009 P.O. Ciano was responding to a call for assistance from another officer when his cruiser was struck by another vehicle being operated by a driver who was driving under the influence at the time. Glen was killed instantly. The accident occurred at the intersection of Commack Rd and Vanderbilt Motor Parkway. The members from CFD who responded that night will never forget the loss of our dear friend and we always keep his memory in our hearts and his family in our prayers.
Glen is survived by his wife and two children.
Godspeed Glen.
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Today the members of the Commack Fire Department remember our friend and brother Suffolk County Police Officer Glen Ciano.
On February 22nd 2009 P.O. Ciano was responding to a call for assistance from another officer when his cruiser was struck by another vehicle being operated by a driver who was driving under the influence at the time. Glen was killed instantly. The accident occurred at the intersection of Commack Rd and Vanderbilt Motor Parkway. The members from CFD who responded that night will never forget the loss of our dear friend and we always keep his memory in our hearts and his family in our prayers.
Glen is survived by his wife and two children.
Godspeed Glen.

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🙏💙🙏💙

Fidelis Ad Mortem 🙏🏻

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