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When it’s 90 degrees out, we bring the deluge out! Hamburg 1 made a stop by Union Pleasant Elementary School to cool the kids off on a hot day! We think its safe to say they all enjoyed it! #forthekids Hamburg Central School District ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you so much!!! The kiddos loved every second of this!!! Maybe some of the staff too!!

I'm still soaked!!! Thank you for making our kids smile and cooling them off!!

How awesome! Kids Mayter! TY once again FireFighters!

My son loved it, thank you!!

Awesome!! I love the HVFD!! Thank you!❀️

Awesome, you can tell they enjoyed it πŸ˜€

What a great idea!

That looks like fun for the kids. Way to go.

Thank you so much! My kids loved it!! ❀️

That’s great. Love it.

My son had a great time! Thank you!

Core memory right there for those kids!! 🀍

Such a fun day!! Thank you!!!

My son loved it! Thank you!

My little guy had so much fun!!! 😊

This is awesome , thank you so much

This is awesome

We are so grateful for you!!! 🌊🌞

Well that looks like fun, Thanks,

I would like it too…kid or not…it’s Hot…great Idea

That's so awesome!! 🀩

That’s awesome

That’s so awesome!!

Great day for that!

That’s terrific!

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Here is some more info on the heat wave coming our way. Please stay hydrated! ... See MoreSee Less

Here is some more info on the heat wave coming our way. Please stay hydrated!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Gonna be a hot week for large trash pickup.

It's gonna be hot for these young kids in the classrooms ugh 😩😞 schools need more fans etc...

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With the expected heat wave to hit our area next week, here’s a friendly reminder from New York State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services on how to protect yourself from the heat!#HeatAwarenessDay: Did you know that heat is the #1 cause of weather-related fatalities in the U.S.? Don’t wait until the heat arrives to begin protecting yourself!

β˜€οΈ Check the forecast
πŸ₯€ Stay hydrated
🌳 Limit your outdoor activities
🧒 Wear light clothing & sunscreen
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With the expected heat wave to hit our area next week, here’s a friendly reminder from New York State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services on how to protect yourself from the heat!

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Thanks πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ and stay safe

1 week ago

Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department

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Always good to see that our former equipment is still actively serving other communities! ... See MoreSee Less

Always good to see that our former equipment is still actively serving other communities!Image attachmentImage attachment

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Rode that rescue to a lot of calls Also I was Chief when we placed that in service

Awesome 😎

Please join us this Wednesday, June 12th @ 7pm for our annual inspection @ our station @ 301 Union Street. Local officials will be present to inspect our equipment. Following the event, all of our equipment will be available for the public to check out. We will also be serving a picnic style meal. We hope to see everyone Wednesday! ... See MoreSee Less

Please join us this Wednesday, June 12th @ 7pm for our annual inspection @ our station @ 301 Union Street.  Local officials will be present to inspect our equipment.  Following the event, all of our equipment will be available for the public to check out.   We will also be serving a picnic style meal.  We hope to see everyone Wednesday!

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I’m so excited I can’t wait!!!!

I remember lining up in the park

Awesome 😎

The first week of June is National CPR and AED Awareness Week. ❀

CPR is a lifesaving skill that could increase the chance of survival when someone experiences a sudden cardiac arrest event. All of us at HVFD encourage everyone to complete a CPR/AED course so that you can be confident in performing CPR. You never know when you will need to use this skill.
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The first week of June is National CPR and AED Awareness Week. ❀

CPR is a lifesaving skill that could increase the chance of survival when someone experiences a sudden cardiac arrest event. All of us at HVFD encourage everyone to complete a CPR/AED course so that you can be confident in performing CPR. You never know when you will need to use this skill.

HVFD was proud to host the Hamburg High School EMT class for Auto Extrication Day. Each year in May, the current EMT students come spend a day with us! In the morning they get paired up with members of local fire departments to practice their EMT skills in a real world setting. The second half of the day, students are able to learn about and use extrication tools that help remove injured patients from vehicles involved in accidents.

Our mutual aid partners that made this event possible were the Armor Volunteer Fire Company, Big Tree VFC, Boston Emergency Squad, Eden Emergency & Rescue Squad, Lake Shore Volunteer Fire, Lake View Fire District, Newton Abbott Fire Company, Inc., North Boston Volunteer Fire Company, Scranton Volunteer Fire Company and Woodlawn Fire Company.

Also a big thank you to Joe's Auto Service on Lakeview Rd for providing all of the vehicles, this event would not be possible without your help.

Thanks for helping us keep all the students safe while having fun! We love seeing all the smiles on their faces each year! This is a great opportunity for the students to connect with the departments in which they live in. They are always encouraged to join their local fire departments even while still completing the EMT class!

If you have a high school student in the Hamburg Central School District, or Frontier Central Schools, encourage them to talk to their guidance counselor about taking EMT Class their senior year!

If learning these skills is something that might interest you, e-mail us at [email protected]
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We, at Joe’s Auto Service are thrilled to support HVFD and the Hamburg High School EMT class for Auto Extrication Day. It was our pleasure to provide the vehicles needed for this invaluable training experience. Seeing the students engage with local fire departments and learn critical EMT and extrication skills was incredibly rewarding. We believe in the importance of community involvement and are proud to play a part in such an impactful event. It's great to see the next generation of EMTs and firefighters in action, and we’re happy to contribute to their education and hands-on experience. Thank you to HVFD and all the participating fire departments for organizing this event and giving students a chance to learn and grow in a real-world setting. We look forward to continuing our support in the future! Best, Joe’s Auto Service

Thank you for your time, dedication and patience in teaching these young minds. My daughter is completing the EMT class and absolutely loved talking with local heroes as well as the experience of extricating “patients” from the vehicles. This program is amazing.

I'm really happy to see "my" department at the forefront of training the next generation of heroes. OUTSTANDING!

What an awesome training for these students.

Incredible!

Emily Bella

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As this weekend wraps up EMS week, we are proud to shout out all of our EMS responders. A majority of our calls are requests for medical assistance and these fine men and women are among the best. They respond on the ambulance when people are most in need of help and deliver the best possible care! It is a time consuming job but one that is so important to all the people you help. Not all of our responders are pictured, but we are grateful for all they do for our community! ... See MoreSee Less

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God Bless You All πŸ™ πŸ™

Thanks πŸ‘πŸ˜Š to all EMS

Well Done!

4 weeks ago

Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department

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shameful and unacceptable.

To bad memorial park is a disgrace.

No way 😞

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