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Overturn on Townline Rd

East Northport Fire Dept responded to a vehicle that struck a pole early Sunday morning at 12:51am. The driver was treated and released at the scene by Ambulance 5. Engine 1 and 6 secured the vehicle. The scene was turned over to Suffolk County Police Department.

Garbage Truck Fire

Just after 5am Tuesday morning ENFD firefighters responded to a commercial vehicle fire in the parking lot of the East Northport library on University Place. Firefighters worked for several hours under the command of Chief Steven Macedonio to extinguish a heavily involved front loading sanitation truck. One firefighter was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries and later released. There were no other injuries.

Engine 6 extinguish's Car Fire

Earlier this evening just as crews were cleaning up to go back in to service from a small outside fire on the south side of town, our dispatch center began to receive multiple phone calls for a vehicle fire on Pulaski Road in the vicinity of Elwood Road. Engine 2-10-6 was out the door responding in under a minute and on scene in under three minutes. Crews arrived to find a heavily involved engine compartment fire that had extended into the passenger compartment of a four door Jeep SUV. Crews checked to ensure all occupants had self evacuated and began to extinguish the fire. Crews operated on the scene for just over a half hour. There were no injuries.

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