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Location: Carrolltown PA.
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Latest Activity: Nov 16

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Comment by Ted Mead on November 16, 2018 at 7:32pm

many fire police outfits wear ball caps with fire police patches on them and their reflective vests or coats

but for safety reasons I recommend the cairns helmets.

mine has the fire police lables and my badge # 

and station initials on it with reflective marker tape.

it seems to me that people are paying more attention now than when i was using the ball cap.

old helmets can serve this purpose as you do not need a visor it can be removed and can easily be cleaned up, but the helmet will offer protection from falling of blowing debris

Comment by Ted Mead on April 23, 2018 at 10:57am

i bought 2 of these (one to use and one as a spare) they are bright and very visible lights.

you can get them in different colors as well.

https://xpriteusa.com/36-blue-18w-rooftop-strobe-light-magnetic-base/

Comment by Ted Mead on April 17, 2018 at 8:25pm

Im former military with a strong sense of duty!

I have seen a lot of mistreatment of fire police not only by the public(drunks) but from many other departments who think they know what we are and are not allowed to do.

I don't hesitate to set them straight.

we are out all hours of the day or night often in horrible weather conditions. and as a volunteer we are on call 24/7/365

our police (local and state troopers) are great guys and will often check up on us to make sure we are ok or if we need flares.

I have a dealer for low cost blue lights and red lights who is more than happy to help us out i will post the site at a later date.

Comment by Robert L. Oswalt on September 26, 2008 at 7:49pm
In Loveing of F.P Patrick Farabaugh he will be laid to rest on 9/27/08 he was a life Member of the Carrolltown Fire Eng. Co.
Comment by Robert L. Oswalt on July 25, 2008 at 12:50pm
HOOSICK, NY -- Firefighters here are preparing to bid farewell to one of their own.

Fire Police Officer David Meron, 58, was found unresponsive Sunday night in the parking lot of the Hoosick Fire Department.

He had responded to two alarm earlier, and collapsed as he was going to his vehicle. Fellow firefighters initiated CPR, but their efforts proved fruitless.

Meron had been a volunteer with the department for more than five years.

Funeral Information

Visitation will be held from 3- 8 p.m. Thursday at Robson & Reifurt Funeral Home, Hoosick, NY. Funeral services will be private at the request of the family.

Memorial contributions in honor of Fire Police Officer David Meron, may be sent to the Hoosick Falls Fire Department, PO Box 312, Hoosick Falls, NY
 

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