Amagansett Fire Department
Amagansett Fire Department

2018 Incidents
Fires Chiefs EMS
Jan 3 21 21
Feb 2 5 14
Mar 4 14 9
Apr 3 12 14
May 7 16 37
Jun 1 15 44
Jul 9 38 75
Aug 10 39 66
Sep 6 26 34
Oct 2 25 25
Nov 2 20 36
Total 49 231 375

Past Incidents
Fire Chiefs EMS
2017 47 277 397
2016 47 250 404
2015 54 273 433
2014 55 228 539
2013 49 167 498
2012 46 187 578
2011 46 220 565
2010 42 203 539
2009 48 189 512
2008 61 247 585
2007 51 179 556
2006 42 199 484
2005 64 150 338

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Dec 18, 2018

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Amagansett holds Annual Inspection Dinner

Ex-Chief Patrick Cantwell, October 06

On October 5, 2018 the Amagansett Fire Department held its annual Inspection dinner at the Devon Yacht Club. The following members were recognized for their years of service to the department.

5 Years - Brian Byrnes, Laura Gundersen, and John Brown
10 Years - Tedd Page, Ewa Pane, Dominic Stanzione, Suzanne Bennett, Christine Hensler, and Allysom Gamble
15 Years - Britton Bistrian, David Gamble, ... (Full Story)

Chief William Beckert
Chief William Beckert

Congratulations to Our Newly Elected Officers!

Ex-Chief Patrick Cantwell, April 13

Chief William Beckert, 1st Assistant Chief Tedd Page, 2nd Assistant Chief Chris Beckert.
Department Treasurer John Courtney, Corresponding Secretary Suzanne Bennett, Recording Secretary PJ Cantwell.
Department Safety Officers Ken Hallock, Mike Cinque and Jack Emptage.
Com[any 1 Captain John Emptage Jr, Assistant Captain Chris Hamilton.
Company 2 Captain Matt Feyh, Assistant Captain Scott Rodriguez, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Website Photo Galleries updated.

Ex-Chief Patrick Cantwell, April 12

Check out our new photo gallery section. We have uploaded photos from Fires, Drills, Trainings and Special Events.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ex-Chief Patrick Cantwell, March 30

The Amagansett Fire Department held a drill on Thursday March 29, 2018. The department staged a motor vehicle accident on Napeague Meadow Rd for the volunteers. Fire police closed the road while the firefighters extricated victims for the EMS personnel to treat. Under the direction of Chief John Glennon the members put their training to work in a real life situation. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Juniors training on Extrication

Ex-Chief Patrick Cantwell, April 25

The Amagansett Fire Department Juniors trained on extrication techniques at their monthly meeting. Firefighters showed them how to remove doors, a roof and displace the dashboard in the event of a serious car accident.... (Full Story & Photos)

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