Huntington Manor & Melville FD’s Respond to Route 110 Crash
About fifty volunteer firefighters and rescue personnel from the Huntington Manor and Melville Fire Departments responded to a two-car collision with a victim trapped on Route 110 and Schwab Road in South Huntington, Thursday night, February 16, at about 8:40 p.m. Working together with Suffolk Police Emergency Services, firefighters extricated a female driver from one of the cars involved. Huntington Manor FD was on the scene with two heavy rescues and an engine, under the command of First Assistant Chief Fred Steenson, Jr. Melville FD responded with a heavy rescue, two engines, three ambulances, paramedic and fire police, under the command of Chief Michael Carrieri. The patient suffered non-life-threatening injuries, and was transported to North Shore Plainview Hospital by the Melville Rescue Squad.
Story & Photos by Steve Silverman