Ridge Culver Fire Department

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2020 Incidents
Jan 194
Feb 163
March 132
April 146
May 150
June 171
Total 956

Past Year Incidents
2019 2139
2018 2292
2017 2166
2016 1960
2015 1781
2014 1980

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No Caption A quick cool down for kids camp at the Town Hall

Captain Mark Thomas, July 09

The kids at Irondequoit Recreation's Summer Camp got a quick cool down this afternoon. The Fire Chief and the on duty Captain took a swing by with the engine on this 95 degree day! ... (Full Story & Photos)

Leave the fireworks to the Professionals!

Career Firefighter Jeff Serenati, June 29

On Friday the 26th at 11:31 pm, Ridge Culver responded for the report of a field on fire on Brown Rd. E-182 arrived to a 50' x 100" area of dried grass burning. After the fire was extinguished, a discharged fireworks box was located in the field.

Their have been many calls for fireworks around the county in the last month or so. This should also serve as a reminder to leave the fireworks to the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Past Chief Robert "Bob" Metcalfe passes away

Career Firefighter Jeff Serenati, June 23

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of past Chief, Robert "Bob" Metcalfe.

Bob was a life long resident of Irondequoit and a United States Army Veteran who served from 1963-1965.

A little bit out Bob's lengthy Ridge Culver history:
Bob served as an active Ridge Culver fireman from 1965-1991. He served as Chief from 1983-1987, following his father Oscar Metcalfe's lead who served ... (Full Story & Photos)

Did you get stuck in traffic on 104 EB at the Bay Bridge today? Here is why.

Captain Mark Thomas, June 10

Ridge Culver and West Webster responded to the 2 car MVA with a vehicle flipped, this afternoon. The accident occurred on 104 eastbound, at the west end of the bridge. The vehicles came to rest in the left and center lanes (lanes 1 & 2). Fortunately, there were only minor injuries. T180 & E123 handled scene hazards & scene safety. Irondequoit Ambulance treated minor injuries on scene. The road was ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Well, this is everyday for us.

Captain Mark Thomas, May 04

Today is International Firefighters Day. Thank you for your continuous support!... (Full Story & Photos)


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