Hancock Fire DepartmentPO Box 833Hancock, N.Y. 13783 Media Contact: Asst Chief Blaise Bojobbojo14@gmail.com607-637-3431 8/16/19 **Press Release-For Immediate Release** George A. and Margaret Mee Chari...
Hancock Fire DepartmentPO Box 833Hancock, N.Y. 13783 Media Contact: Asst Chief Blaise Bojobbojo14@gmail.com607-637-3431 8/16/19 **Press Release-For Immediate Release** Millennium Pipeline Grant Award ...
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Hancock Fire DepartmentPO Box 833Hancock, N.Y. 13783 Media Contact: Asst Chief Blaise Bojobbojo14@gmail.com607-637-3431 8/15/19 **Press Release-For Immediate Release** New York State Department of Env...
Hancock, NY The Hancock Fire Department is looking for vendors for their 2019 annual field days to be held on Thursday, July 25th through Saturday, July 27th. The cost to be a vendor is a donation. Pl...
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire On Scene Overturned Liquid Propane Tanks 3-29-19
**Press Release** Call #42 for the month of March On Friday, March 29th 2019 at 11:15 PM the Hancock Fire Department was dispatched as automatic mutual aid to Long Eddy for 2 overturned liquid propane tanks near a residence. Upon arrival of HFD Chief Bojo, it was discovered that there was an active propane leak. Hancock Fire Department personnel, while wearing full protective gear and self contained breathing apparatus, stopped the leak using wrenches and fittings. A 1 3/4 inch attack line was also pulled as a vapor protection measure. Atmospheric measurements were obtained using our explosive gas meter and the area was determined to be safe after the leak was stopped. Hancock fire units were back in service at 2am. Great job to all involved, strong teamwork pays off! Below are some pictures taken by Hancock Fire Department photographer Andrew Baker;
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Hancock Fire Department On Scene Wires Down/ NYSEG ARRIVED
Some photo’s taken by our Fire Department photographer at last night’s wire down call. The scene was turned over to NYSEG after their arrival.
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Hancock Fire Department On Scene Wires Down/NYSEG Arriving On Scene
Some photo’s taken by our Fire Department photographer at last night’s wire down call. The scene was turned over to NYSEG after their arrival.
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