Northpole Fire Company
Proudly Serving the Town of Pamelia, New York

Proudly Serving the Town of Pamelia, N.Y.

News

New Members Jenna Drappo and Lawrence "L.J." Young
On Tuesday, September 5, 2017, President Tim Sherbino swore in our two newest members Jenna Drappo and L.J. Young.  Jenna lives in the Town of Pamelia and is an active EMT with Evans Mills Ambulance. L.J. also lives in the Town of Pamelia and is a mechanic at Freeman Bus.  He is excited to start his career as a firefighter and begin training.  We are happy to welcome both members aboard!
                                                       

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Matt Fitzgerald Awarded Scholarship
Congratulations to FF Matt Fitzgerald who was awarded the $500 Northpole Scholarship.  This scholarship is overseen by the Northern New York Community Foundation and is granted to a graduating senior who will be attending college in the Fall.  Matt is planning to attend Onondaga Community College in the Fall and participating in the bunk-in program at Liverpool Fire Station.  Good Luck Matt!!
     

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Girl Scout Troop 50130 Visits Northpole
On Saturday, Monday, May 22, 2017, Girl Scout Troop #50130 visited Northpole Fire Company.  Tours and demonstrations were given by FF Matt Fitzgerald.  Ron Branche also assisted with the tours.  
     

     


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Recruit NY Open House
On Saturday, April 29, 2017, Northpole held it's annual open house as part of the FANSY Recruit NY event. Tours of the Fire Station and the apparatus were given all day long.  There was also a brief auto-extrication demonstration to watch.  In conjunction with the Open House, Members conducted a Chicken BBQ to benefit local K-9 Police Dogs in the area.  On hand were Watertown City Police and Jefferson County Sheriff's Office K9 Officers (Nico, Ricky and Scout) with their respective handlers (Mike Maney, Wayne McConnell and Adam Hallett).  300 chicken dinners were sold and several hundred people came through the doors.  Thanks to Matt Fitzgerald, Paul Fitzgerald, Ethan Parker, Joe Seeber, Carl Herman, Ron Branche for helping with the event!  Also thanks to Rod Keefer, Dan Reff and Chris Reff for cooking the chicken.  There were many positive comments from the public about the day.  
        
        

        
    
          

       

       

       

       

       

                                     

       

       

         
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Mutual Aid to I-781 for MVA
On Wednesday, December 21, 2016 at 00:04 hours (just after midnight), Northpole was dispatched as mutual aid to respond to an MVA on the I-81 South Bound on-ramp coming off of I-781.  The incident involved one tractor (from a tractor trailer) that had 3 other rigs piggy backed on to it.  The piggy backed tractor's broke loose from the tow vehicle while exiting I-781 to enter I-81 South.  Fortunately no one was injured in this incident and the wrecking company used a rotator to pick up the rigs to separate them from each other.
       
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Northpole Responds to Rollover
On Thursday, December 15, 2016 at 17:05 hours, Northpole was dispatched to a MVA-PI rollover at State Route 37 and US Route 11.  Chief 1 arrived on scene and discovered it was actually across from Space Age Pools.  The weather was cold and snowing hard and the roads had turned slippery.  This driver was very lucky to have escaped with no injuries.  However, FF Matt Fitzgerald discovered quickly while checking out the vehicle that the vehicle was not only upside down, but also in a small ditch filled with water which was hidden by the snow.  Matt suddenly discovered his boot filled with icy cold water.  This should be a reminder for all people to exercise extreme caution at all incidents and drivers please SLOW DOWN in inclement weather.  Emergency responders should also be reminded to exercise caution when sizing up scenes and investigating incidents.
                            







 
  
                                                      

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