Riverhead Fire Department
Riverhead Fire Department plans ‘appreciation drive-by’ past Peconic Bay Medical Center Tuesday evening
Riverhead Fire Department is coordinating a seven-department parade past Peconic Bay Medical Center Tuesday evening at 6:30. Jamesport, Wading River, Flanders, Manorville, Mattituck and Eastport fire departments are scheduled to participate, Riverhead Fire Chief Tim Corwin said today.
Firefighters were called to the scene at about 4:10 p.m. after a neighbor saw smoke coming from the home on Glynwood Drive.
Riverhead Fire Department knocked down a fire at the rear of the vacant former Toys R Us store on Route 58 early Monday morning.
A 911 caller at approximately 12:15 a.m. reported smoke coming out of the residence, located north of Route 58 on Woodcrest Avenue.
A wrong-way driver on the Long Island Expressway in Riverhead lost control and crashed on a median, his car coming to a stop with its front end hanging off a bridge abutment.
Riverhead firefighters make quick stop of early morning fire at West Main Street commercial building
The interior of the ground-floor shop was heavily burned but firefighters were able to contain the fire to the one store. There are four storefronts in the building, which abuts the new five-story apartment building.
A winning team of Riverhead Fire Department chefs, who took first place in the Battle of the Badges cook-off this year, donated their $4,000 price to Autism Speaks.