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North Boston responds mutual aid to Patchin Vol. Fire Co.On the evening of 3/25/18 the North Boston Vol. Fire Co. was dispatch along with other mutual aid companies to assist the Patchin Vol. Fire Co. with a structure fire in the 7000 block of Liebler Road Town of Boston. First units on scene reported a fully involved fire of an attached garage. Initial crews on the scene stopped the progression of the fire at the family room of the attached house. Companies assisting The Patchin Vol. Fire Co. include Boston, North Boston, Colden, Hilcrest, and Boston EMS. Hamburg VFD provided standby coverage for the Town of Boston. The Erie County Sheriffs department provided assistance with fire investigation.
North Boston responds to Barn Fire:
On Friday March 16th at approximately 10:30pm, North Boston Fire Company responded to a call dispatched as a structure fire-barn on fire with animals trapped. First units on location reported the barn fully engulfed in flames. At that point, our focus turned to protecting the surrounding exposures including a garge, maple sugar building and the resident's home. We were successful in saving these structures with only minor damage to the home caused by the heat which melted the siding. Last units left the scene around 3:30am. We were accompanied by numerous mutual aid companies, Boston EMS and Squad 10's from the Town of Boston, Eden, Hamburg, Orchard Park and the Village of Hamburg. Erie County Sheriffs and NYS Police were also present. Firefighters had to contend with freezing temperatures, a broken fire hydrant and the hilly terrain. Thank you goes out to all who assisted at the scene.
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North Boston Fire Company In Action:
With winter storm Riley on March 1st and 2nd, North Boston Fire Company responded to an unofficial 14 different incidents. Calls started Thursday night with multiple vehicle accidents on the Rt 219 expressway. As the snow kept falling, calls continued to pour in across the town through the night into Friday. Calls ranged from wires and trees down to additional auto accidents and even a structure fire. Firefighters worked throughout the night to keep these situations safe. We were assisted by other town companies as well as Boston EMS.