Akron Firefighters responded yesterday afternoon at 1343 Hrs for a report of a structure fire on Cedar St.
Buffalo Firefighters responded early yesterday morning at 0438 Hrs for a report of a structure fire in the area of Paderewski St & Gibson St.
Getzville Firefighters responded this afternoon at 1612 Hrs for a report of a dishwasher smoking on Foxberry Ln.
Buffalo Firefighters responded yesterday afternoon at 1508 Hrs for a report of a basement fire on Cambridge Ave.
Buffalo Firefighters responded early yesterday morning at 0438 Hrs for a report of a structure fire in the area of Dodge St & Norway St.
Buffalo Firefighters responded Thursday evening at 2000 Hrs for a report of a garage fire in the area of Hazelwood Ave & E Delavan Ave.
Doyle Firefighters responded last night at 2210 Hrs for a report of a garage fire on Claude Dr.
Buffalo Firefighters responded yesterday afternoon at 1211 Hrs for a report of a structure fire on Theodore St.
Boston Firefighters responded yesterday morning for a report of a structure fire on Cole Rd.
October 1st , 2016 8am-1pm
Location: West Seneca East Senior High
4670 Seneca Street
West Seneca, NY 14224
Please post the attached flyer in your department for our Annual Educational Seminar. This year’s presenter is Chief Ricky Riley
The Town of West Seneca Office of Disaster Preparedness Proudly Presents…. Chief Ricky Riley is a 32 year member of the fire service and is currently the Operations Chief for the City of Clearwater, FL. Ricky served for 20 years with the Fairfax County Fire & Rescue in Virginia. He is currently the President of Traditions Training LLC that lectures across the country on a number of fire service topics.
This 4-hour interactive, multi-media based presentation will discuss the presence and effects of complacency in the fire service along with how & why we must combat it. Discuss proven tips and techniques along with readiness of your attitude and equipment on the fire scene.
Break with Food Trucks available
$10 per person—advanced registration required Proceeds to benefit the Fireman’s Memorial Museum.
For more information visit:
www.wscert.net/rickyriley or www.fmecwny.org