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Last night, Hamburg Truck 6 and the UAS Team had the opportunity to partake in the North Boston Volunteer Fire Company’s dedication ceremony of their new twin Engines. Congratulations to the members of North Boston on building two beautiful Engines that will serve your community and ours for years to come! #mutualaid ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for helping out with the dedication of our twins! We really appreciate our brotherhood with you.

OUTSTANDING!

Thanks for giving our twins a good blessing 🙌 and stay safe everybody

3 days ago

Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department

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Love the logo

As we all reflect on the tragic events that took place 20 years ago on September 11th, 2001, we simply ask you all to take a moment and #neverforget. Whether that’s taking a moment from your day and honoring a moment of silence for those who were lost. Or maybe you decide to watch one of the many documentaries and programs that are out there that reflect on the days tragedy. If you are willing to go the extra mile, please consider donating to the many charities that support the first responders and the families of those who passed. The following link contains a few options of where to donate- www.google.com/amp/s/money.yahoo.com/amphtml/where-donate-9-11-charities-135615795.html

HVFD’s 1978 American LaFrance Engine 4 was repurposed by Zenith Aviation, Inc. and turned into the 9/11 Tribute Truck. There it was recreated to honor those from FDNY Engine 40 and Ladder 35 “The Cavemen”. It has since been presented at a fundraiser for the Michael Lynch Foundation, a group that raises money for the children of the fallen of 9/11. Firefighter Michael Lynch was apart of “The Cavemen” firehouse crew that responded to and was killed at the World Trade Center on September 11th, 2001. To learn more about Michael, please visit www.firehero.org/fallen-firefighter/michael-f-lynch/

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i started on Engine 4, when I joined Hamburg in 1980. I never knew this about Engine 4. Thank you for posting

Where is engine 4 now? That was the engine I was assigned to way back in the day at HVFD.

Never forgotten and prayers 🙏

Robert Stanford Willie Mullins

7 days ago

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To The Best Well trained Fire Department in Erie County The Hamburg Volunteer Fire Department which my dad served!!

Never forgotten

Thank you all for everything. 🇺🇸❤🇺🇸❤

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