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Working Fire at 460 Hoffman Lane, December 29, 2020

Working Fire at 460 Hoffman Lane, December 29, 2020

At approximately 11:04 A.M., the Hauppauge Fire Department was activated for a structural fire alarm at 460 Hoffman Lane. First arriving units 1st. Assistant Chief Ken Furuno and Fire Marshal Greg Gottlieb saw heavy smoke from the home. All residents were safely evacuated. 1st. Assistant Chief Furuno transmitted a working fire through Smithtown Dispatch to all incoming units and asked for mutual aid from the Smithtown, Nesconset, Central Islip and Lakeland Fire Departments. Medical/Ambulance support was given by the Central Islip Vol. Ambulance Corp. Heavy fire was found in the 2nd. floor bedroom of this large home and was extending into the attic. An aggressive interior attack was put in place and the fire was knocked down. Extensive overhaul was initiated soon afterwards to extinguish the rest of the fire. Hauppauge Apparatus on scene were: 1st. Assistant Chief Ken Furuno, 2nd. Assistant Chief Christopher Crean, Engines 3-8-1, 3-8-4, 3-8-13, 3-8-14, Ladder 3-8-7, Heavy Rescue 3-8-9, Fire Marshal 3-8-40. There were no injuries reported and the fire is currently under investigation by the Suffolk County Arson Squad. All Hauppauge Units were back in service by 13:15 hours.
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Working Fire at 460 Hoffman Lane, December 29, 2020

At approximately 11:04 A.M., the Hauppauge Fire Department was activated for a structural fire alarm at 460 Hoffman Lane. First arriving units 1st. Assistant Chief Ken Furuno and Fire Marshal Greg Gottlieb saw heavy smoke from the home. All residents were safely evacuated. 1st. Assistant Chief Furuno transmitted a working fire through Smithtown Dispatch to all incoming units and asked for mutual aid from the Smithtown, Nesconset, Central Islip and Lakeland Fire Departments. Medical/Ambulance support was given by the Central Islip Vol. Ambulance Corp. Heavy fire was found in the 2nd. floor bedroom of this large home and was extending into the attic. An aggressive interior attack was put in place and the fire was knocked down. Extensive overhaul was initiated soon afterwards to extinguish the rest of the fire. Hauppauge Apparatus on scene were: 1st. Assistant Chief Ken Furuno, 2nd. Assistant Chief Christopher Crean, Engines 3-8-1, 3-8-4, 3-8-13, 3-8-14, Ladder 3-8-7, Heavy Rescue 3-8-9, Fire Marshal 3-8-40. There were no injuries reported and the fire is currently under investigation by the Suffolk County Arson Squad. All Hauppauge Units were back in service by 13:15 hours.