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In Memory of Ames & Elliott 5K Run at Academy of St Joseph
   
Saturday, April 12, 2014 08:00
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Please Join us for our Third Annual Ames & Elliott 5K Run at Academy of St Joseph. All money raised goes toward Scholarship awards for college-minded Brentwood High School Students. Our mission is to commemorate the lives of Martin Ames  and Charles Elliott, two firefighters who passed away in the line of duty.

Please click on PDF page icon for the Application.


Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express Credit Cards & Debit Cards Now Accepted!


 
Ames & Elliott 5K Run Scholarship eScrip Promotion!
As the race gets closer and people are preparing themselves for the big day here for the Ames & Elliott 5K Run at The Brentwood Fire Department, we encourage all to support the race. We encourage anyone to sign up with this link HTTP://www.escrip.com/ to come and support the race by signing with the eScrip program which donates to the whole fundraising process and puts everyone the organization, the kids, their parents, and the community in the winner's circle. Please sign up today and help support the Ames & Elliott 5K Scholarship! Please remember when signing up, to choose school or non-profit organization, choose AMES & ELLIOTT 5K SCHOLARSHIP!

 
   
   
Brentwood Central Engine Company 5 Wetdown
Saturday, August 24, 2013
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Brentwood Central Engine Company 5 would like to thank the Brentwood Board of Fire Commissioners for our brand new fire engines 3-2-5 & 3-2-15  and having our wetdown on August 24, 2013, As we continue our dedication and services for the community of Brentwood.

For More Pictures click on Gallery>Album Central Engine Company 5 Wetdown.


 
   
   
Brentwood Fire Department Memorial Day Service 2012
Monday, May 28, 2012
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Memorial Day, originally called the Decoration Day, is a United States federal holiday observed in the memory of all those who have died in the nation's service. As we remember all of our past members who served this fire department and Ex-Chief Don Spier who recently passed away, we give thanks to all of the daily heroes who keep us all safe. That includes firefighters, EMS, police officers and our military. Your sacrifice to help others is greatly appreciated.


 
Brentwood Fire Department HQ
   Brentwood Fire Department HQ
   
Car Crash Goes Up In Flames
Friday, May 14, 2010 
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Brentwood Ambulance responded to a motor vehicle collision today at the intersection of Washington Avenue and Heyward Street.  Upon arrival, the EMS crew noticed that the vehicle involved in the crash was on fire and immediately requested the fire department to respond.  Under the command of Asst. Chief Bill Peterson, crews from engines 3-2-2 and 3-2-15 stretched a line and extinguished the flames with assistance from the crew of Rescue 3-2-18.


 
   
Crews work to extinguish the fire
   Crews work to extinguish the fire
Brentwood Blaze
Sunday, January 31, 2010 
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At 7:23am the Brentwood Fire Department was alerted for a reported structure fire at 5 Pelham Drive. Upon arrival, Chief Eric Raudies was faced with a 1-story private dwelling heavily involved in fire and ordered a reactivation for a working structure fire. Due to multiple frozen hydrants in the area, a positive water source was not readily available and mutual aid engines were requested from the Central Islip, Hauppauge and East Brentwood Fire Departments as well as a rapid intervention team from the Commack Fire Department. Bay Shore Fire Department was requested to stand-by at Brentwood’s Headquarters.

 
Despite multiple obstacles, fire personnel made an aggressive attempt to search the structure and battle the blaze. Throughout the incident, a total of eight fire personnel were treated for minor injuries.
 
All units were released at 10:49am and the scene was turned over to the Islip Town Fire Marshal’s Office and the Suffolk County Police Arson Squad for further investigation.

 
   
   
Early Morning Fire in Brentwood
Thursday, January 14, 2010 
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At 5:21am the Brentwood Fire Department was activated for a reported residential structure fire at 123 Peterson Street. Secondary reports indicated that victims were trapped within the dwelling. With assistance from Suffolk County police officers, the trapped occupants were able to climb out of the second floor to safety.  Upon arrival, Asst. Chief Thomas Waldron notified dispatch of a working fire and immediately requested mutual aid from Islip FD and Bay Shore FD for a truck and engine, respectively. Additional mutual aid was later requested from the Central Islip and Islip Terrace Fire Departments.

 
Despite the collapse of the interior staircase, fire crews made an aggressive attack and were able to extinguish the blaze. The incident was placed under control at 6:51am and crews were released at 8:25am. The scene was then turned over to the Islip Town Fire Marshals and Suffolk County Police Arson Squad for investigation.

 
Fire crews make entry to the structure
   Fire crews make entry to the structure
   
Applebee's Supports Local Volunteers
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 
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During it's grand opening celebration, Applebee's Restaurant on Motor Parkway presented the Brentwood Fire Department with a donation in support of the dedication and service provided by the many volunteers of the Department.  Accompanied by personnel from Pines Engine Co. 2 and Truck Co. 1, Chief Eric Raudies graciously accepted the donation on behalf of his department.


 
   
   
Vehicle Collision Traps Driver
Thursday, September 3, 2009 
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At 3:39 pm Brentwood Fire Dispatch was notified for a motor vehicle accident at the intersection of Cleveland Avenue and South Second Street in North Bay Shore. Secondary reports from Suffolk Police officers advised that the collision involving a concrete truck and a pickup truck had trapped the driver of the pickup inside the vehicle. Under the direction of Asst. Chief Manny D’Elio, members of Brentwood’s Truck Company went to work to extricate the victim from the wreck. The victim was freed and transported by Brentwood Ambulance to Southside Hospital in stable condition.


 
   
Crews begin extrication of the driver
   Crews begin extrication of the driver
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