Today The Village of Hamburg Police assisted Chesterfield County Police in bringing their brother, Detective Richard Regan, home to rest. Detective Regan grew up in Eden, NY and served with Chesterfield County Police for 19 years.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to Detective Regan's family and his fellow brothers and sisters on the job.
Rest In Peace Detective Regan. We'll take it from here.
October is Fire Prevention Month! Here are a few reminders for all families and households to review so everyone can stay safe and healthy in the event of an emergency: 1. Have a fire safety plan and make sure everyone knows it! 2. Know two ways out of every room, just in case one of the exits is blocked 3. Make sure everyone in your house knows how to call 911, and knows your address 4. Come up with a safe meeting place for everyone to gather and stay until help arrives 5. Once you are out, stay out. Going back into a fire will likely lead to serious injury or death ... See MoreSee Less
Please read the following for important information regarding trips to the emergency room. It includes guidance on who to reach out to to treat and care for various types of injuries and illnesses. As always, we are here to help in your time of emergency! ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday, after missing out on this annual event last year due to COVID regulations, EMS providers of the Hamburg VFD participated in the Hamburg High School EMT Class’ Ambulance Day. This gives the new EMT students a chance to interact with the EMS providers of their community to give them a better understanding of the EMS world. We were joined at this event by Armor Volunteer Fire Company, Lake View Fire District, Big Tree VFC, Boston Emergency Squad, and AMR Western New York.
Later in the day, Hamburg EMS providers were at Howe Field providing EMS support for the Junior Varsity Football Game. As part of our Department’s dedication to the Hamburg community, our volunteers are on standby at every football game at Howe Field. ... See MoreSee Less