Recent Calls
Fri. Mar 12th 2021
On Friday, March 12th, crews were dispatched to the New York State Public Boat Launch in Chaumont for reports of an ATV through the ice with one person still on-board. Members from Three Mile Bay FC, ...
Sat. Jan 16th 2021
At approximately 22:15, Three Mile Bay Units were requested to 31100 BURNT ROCK RD for a reported barn fire. Upon arrival 10-0-1 confirmed a barn to be fully involved. By the time fire units arrived ...
Fri. Oct 9th 2020
Three Mile Bay Fire Co. was requested Mutual Aid to Town of Brownville for a working fire in a mobile home on State Rt 180. Upon arrival TMB crew was assigned to Salvage & Overhaul. Photos by NNY3...
Wed. Mar 18th 2020
At approximately 11:22 hours on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 town of Brownville Fire companies and Glen Park Fire were dispatched to a possible barn fire near 16188 County Route 59 in Dexter. Town of Bro...
Thu. Mar 5th 2020
At approximately 19:09 on the evening of March 5th, 2020, Crews were dispatched to the area of Cross Rd and Three Mile Point Rd for a reported Structure Fire. Upon arrival, crews encountered a fully i...
Call History
Ice Rescue Long Point State Park
Tue. Feb 4th 2020

At around 6 p.m., Three Mile Bay Fire Department was dispatched to Long Point State Park for a reported ice rescue. Three rescue teams responded. They found four people in the parking lot, all of whom had broken through the ice.

Turns out, two people had been riding on a four-wheeler around 50 yards west of the park’s point when the machine broke through the ice. Fire Chief William Woofter said a bystander had witnessed them crash through the ice and helped get them to shore.

At around the same time, two people who were fishing were on their way in to shore around 300 yards straight off the point. It was dark and they were using head lamps to see, however they lost their bearings and walked into soft ice and broke through, Chief Woofter said. They got to shore by themselves.

Chief Woofter said emergency personnel treated the four people for cold exposure. They decided not to be transported to the hospital. All of them, Chief Woofter said, were not from the area.

12 entries in the Call History

12 entries in the Call History

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