Updated 9:55PM ET, Fri April 19, 2019
(Brentwood, NY) - At approximately 1320 hours, East Brentwood Fire Department was activated for a motor vehicle accident in front of 1129 Suffolk Avenue in Brentwood. Crews encountered a two vehicle collision with a damaged horse trailer carrying two horses. Emergency personnel attended to the occupants, secured the two vehicles, stabilized the trailer and blocked traffic between Fulton and Bergen Streets. The two horses were transported to a local facility for further evaluation. A heavy duty wrecker was requested to safely remove the horse trailer once the horses were safely removed. East Brentwood responded with Ambulance 3-3-7, Squad 5, and Responder 80 under the command of 1st Assistant Chief Erik Vasquez. Minor injuries were reported.
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Santa will be coming to East Brentwood this year on December 14 and 15 beginning at 6:00 PM. Santa and our volunteers will be starting on Glenmore Avenue and working our way up. Due to time constraints, the second portion of the district will be covered on December 15. We look forward in seeing you all!
Celebrate Mother's Day this year with flowers & plants from our volunteers! This fundraiser will be held on Friday May 11th, Saturday May 12th, and Sunday May 13th. We will accept cash or credit on site and can even have plants delivered within district. Join us this Mother's Day weekend while also supporting our volunteers!
Join us Saturday April 28 and Sunday April 29 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM and learn more about the fire and EMS service. Plus, free blood pressure screening for anyone interested! We will see you then!
On March 31, 2018 the members of the East Brentwood Fire Department celebrated their 80th anniversary Installation of Officers and award ceremony. Members were sworn in to their respected positions and some received awards for length of service and for outstanding contributions to the people of our fine district. Thank you to all that attended and congratulations to all that received awards.
Years of service are no longer the norm when it comes to volunteers. We all try to do our best and serve our community but life happens and we move on, but some are able to stay and serve. Congratulations to Catalina Aleman for making 15 yrs of service and Darren Scandariato for 20 yrs. we thank you for your dedication.
Ex-Chief Robert Alvarado, who has been a mentor to so many, receiving his 30 years of active service award and proclamations from our elected officials. Bobby thank you for your service, your advice, your friendship and leadership.
Ex-Chief, Ex-Commisioner, Ex-department and district treasurer Samuel Klee better know as Sammy was looking forward to receiving his 60th year of service award at our Installation dinner on March 31st. Unfortunately, shortly before our ceremony, Sammy fell ill and passed on January 30th. Sammy was the true definition of “brotherhood” he loved the fire service more than anyone I’ve ever met. Sammy was also receiving the Honorable Chiefs award for all he brought to our department.
Sammy thank you for your 60 years of dedication to our department, your other family. You are a true inspiration to all and will be greatly missed. Rest easy brother we’ll take it from here!
Ex-Chief, Ex-Commissioner, Ex-department and district treasurer Samuel Klee better know as Sammy was looking forward to receiving his 60th year of service award at our Installation dinner on March 31st. Unfortunately, shortly before our ceremony, Sammy fell ill and passed on January 30th. Sammy was the true definition of “brotherhood” he loved the fire service more than anyone I’ve ever met. Sammy was also receiving the Honorable Chiefs award for all he brought to our department.
Sammy, thank you for your 60 years of dedication to our department, your other family. You are a true inspiration to all and will be greatly missed. Rest easy brother, we’ll take it from here!
Frank Vasquez, Asst. Chief
It's that time of year again! East Brentwood Fire Department will be welcoming Santa Saturday December 16th from 8 AM to 12 PM as he gets ready for the holiday season. Enjoy a delicious breakfast and enter for a chance to win several prizes. All are welcome! This year families will have the option of obtaining a printed family photo with Santa. We hope to see you there!
Friday: 12/15/17 (Approximately 6 PM) - Santa Run I
Santa will be visiting East Brentwood from Suffolk Avenue and moving North. End Street TBD.
Saturday: 12/16/17 (8 AM to 12 PM) - Breakfast with Santa
Visit www.ebfd.org/news/breakfast-with-santa-december-16-2017 for more information
Saturday: 12/16/17 (Approximately 5 PM) - Santa Run II
Santa will be ending his route from the end street of Santa Run I to Motor Pkwy