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Highland Hose Company No. 1 Inc
Phone: (845) ***-****  HQ Phone
Highland Hose Co. No. 1 Inc
25 Milton Ave
Highland , New York 12528
United States

Company Description: Highland Hose Company No. 1, Inc. is a volunteer fire agency, located in the upstate New York Ulster County hamlet of Highland. The company consists of...   more

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Officers - Highland Hose Company No. 1, 9 Sept 2015 [cached]
Chief: Peter Miller
Blue Knights New York Chapter XX - Members, 3 Jan 2015 [cached]
Peter Miller
Contact Us, 29 Dec 2011 [cached]
Peter Miller Superintendent of Operations and Maintenance Phone: (845) 691-1046
HCSD: Buildings and Grounds, 11 Nov 2009 [cached]
Peter Miller, Director of Buildings and Grounds
Phone: 845-691-1045 Fax: 845-691-3904
Email: Director, Peter Miller
Highland Fire Chief ..., 3 Oct 2015 [cached]
Highland Fire Chief Peter Miller said the fire at the MHS Services, located at 171 Chapel Hill began at about 5:25 p.m. Friday with an explosion that ignited scrap oils stored at the facility.
Although it took firefighters less than three minutes to reach the fire, it was fully involved at the metal building, which had once been an Ulster County Highway garage, Miller said.
The cloud of smoke, even with the overcast sky yesterday, was immediately visible from the station, Miller said.
Miller said that because automobiles were processed at the site, there were oils and other fluids in the building, prompting firefighters to call in hazard materials officials from the state Department of Environmental Conservation.
Miller said firefighters were able to have the bulk of the blaze knocked down in about 30 minutes, with the fire significantly contained within an hour. He said equipment was brought in to help move the metal structure so firefighters could extinguish hot spots amid the rubble.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation, but Miller said officials believe the fire started when oils in the building were ignited after an explosion occurred while someone was working in the building with a torch.
Miller said the injured person was taken to the Westchester Medical Center burn center in Valhalla.
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