Freeport Fire Department

Organized in the late 1800s, Freeport’s volunteers protect the Village of Freeport providing Fire & Technical Rescue services. Their response area includes diverse target hazards ranging from residential homes to multi-story multiple occupancy “taxpayers”, Sunrise Highway, the Freeport branch of the Long Island Railroad as well as numerous waterways including the well known  “Nautical Mile” (Freeport operates a very active dive team that provides mutual aid support to numerous other departments). 

Engine 214 (Patriot Hose Co# 4) - 1998 Spartan/R.D. Murray 1500 gpm/500 gal.

Engine 215 (Hose Co# 5) - 2008 Ferrara 1500 gpm/500 gal./10 foam

Engine 216 (Wide Awake Engine Co# 1) - 2001 ALF/R.D. Murray 2000 gpm/500 gal./40 foam

Engine 212 (Vigilant Hose Co# 2) - 1998 Spartan/R.D. Murray 1500 gpm/500 gal.

Special thanks to Executive Director/Ex-Chief Ray Maguire for arranging the photo shoot of Truck Co# 1 & its’ apparatus.

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Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

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Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

Copyright 2009 Tom Rinelli

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