#Harvey #Irma #Maria...many people have been and are being affected by the hurricanes that hit the continental US and Puerto Rico. If you would like to help, please contact the American Red Cross at www.redcross.org or the Salvation army at www.salvationarmyusa.org****** #IceRescueEngine Company No. 1 will be hosting the Team LifeGuard Systems Ice Rescue Tech Level 1 in January 2018 and Level 2 in February 2018. Online Registration will be available on or before November 1 #BigBucks$2018 Big Buck$ tickets are on sale now. The drawing date is May 20, 2018 Big Buck$ Bonanza ***Have a Junk Car? Why not donate it to the Fire Department? The Bayport FD needs junk cars to practice vehicle extrication.***

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Fundraiser for Rebecca DeSantis

 
As you know,  the dedicated volunteer firefighters of The Bayport Fire Department have been serving our community for almost 125 years, 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.  Today we are asking the community to help us.  The Bayport Fire Department is raising money for the wife of one of our members who is currently battling Leukemia.  
 
On Saturday, November 7, 2015 we are hosting a fundraiser to offset some of the families medical and living expenses during their time of need. Please join us for a great evening and help make this a success!!!  For more information or to purchase tickets, please click here or call 631-472-0641
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Suffolk County Marathon through Bayport

The 1st Annual Suffolk County/Boston Qualifier Marathon will be held on Sunday September 13.  This marathon will proceed from Heckshire State Park along Montauk Hwy through Patchogue.  During the marathon Montauk Hwy will be closed to all vehicular traffic including crossing Montauk Hwy.  Please plan accordingly.

For more information please visit the Suffolk Marathon Website

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Team Effort Saves Bayport Man's Life Following Snowstorm

Emergency responders saved a man who was in cardiac arrest last month.

 
Being in the right place at the right time played a key role in saving the life of a 55-year-old Bayport resident on Tuesday, Jan. 27.
 
As the second day of blizzard Juno was winding down, Bayport Fire Department Assistant Chief Paul Dolce was assessing the aftermath of the storm. As Chief Dolce was driving home on N. Bayport Ave he saw a man frantically waving his hands and several other people running towards a driveway. Paul stopped his chief’s vehicle and witnessed a man lying on the ground behind a snow blower. Prior to exiting his truck, Paul called Bayport Fire Dispatch and requested further help.
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