KFD Responds Mutual Aid to Beford Village Elementary School
 
By Ex-Chief Dean W. Pappas
November 25, 2018
 

At around 3 p.m., Katonah Fire Department was one of several agencies that responded mutual aid to assist Bedford Village Fire Department after a passer by reported smoke coming from the chimney area of Bedford Village Elementary School on Court Road. Katonah's Engine 115 responded with a tanker from Banksville Fire Department, an engine and tower ladder from Bedford Hills Fire Department, and personnel from Pound Ridge Fire Department. Crews from all the agencies assisted Bedford Village Firefighters with a thorough search of the school building. Fortunately, there was no fire. It was determined that an oil burner malfunction caused the smoke condition. The issue was mitigated and the mutual aid units were released from the scene after about an hour.

 
Units: Engine 115, Car 2211, Car 2212, Car 2213,
 
Mutual Aid: Bedford Village Car 2043 and 2045, Engine 109, 110, and Rescue 44 Bedford Hills Car 2032, Car 2033, Engine 198 and Tower Ladder 57, Banksville Fire Department Tanker 7.
 
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