Nassau County's 4th Battalion Has Been Busy This Week

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From the 4th Battalion Facebook page:

"Busy Few Days In The 4th Battalion
This past weekend was a very busy one for the fire departments in the Fourth Battalion Fire District. In addition to numerous normal fire calls and EMS runs, there were a few major incidents that occurred keeping the firefighters busy in all the communities. On Saturday morning, the Lakeview Fire Department operated at a working house fire on Columbia Ave. Rockville Centre, Lynbrook, and Malverne also responded to the scene to assist. Later that evening, Rockville Centre responded as a FAST team to the Hempstead Fire Department for a bedroom fire. A few hours later the Lynbrook Fire operated at a house fire on Scranton Ave. Rockville Centre Truck Company responded to that scene to assist. Then at 8:15pm the Malverne and Lakeview Fire Departments operated at an overturn with extrication on Cornwell Ave. One patient was removed from the vehicle and transported to a local hospital.
Additionally, just after midnight the Hewlett Fire Department had a house fire in North Woodmere, in which Lynbrook Truck responded to the scene while East Rockaway Ambulance stood-by.
Then at 4:27AM, Rockville Centre operated at a "Car Into the Woods" on Peninsula Blvd and Eagle Ave with multiple people pinned. 1 occupant died at the scene.
Also on Sunday at 10:38 PM Rockville Centre was alerted for a motor vehicle accident with pin on Peninsula Blvd south of The Rockville Centre Park and north of the exit for Demot/north village Avenues. One car traveling southbound crossed the median and slammed into a tree on the northbound side. One person was pronounced dead at the scene while another was extricated and transported to the hospital.
And on Tuesday, just before 9:30 AM, the East Rockaway Fire Department was alerted for their dive team to respond mutual aid to the Freeport Fire Department. Freeport units were operating at a confirmed car into the water with one occupant removed with CPR in progress. East Rockaway put 2 divers into the water to confirm there were no other occupants in the car. They operated on scene for approximately one hour.
It has been a busy few days for our VOLUNTEER firefighters and EMTS. We thank them for all their hard work and dedication to their communities.


East Rockaway Fire Department
Lakeview Fire Department
Lynbrook Fire Department
Malverne Fire Department
Rockville Centre Fire Department"
 

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