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03-SEP-2003 Karl R. Josker

Hook & Ladder #5 - Engine 32

700 Seneca St. Buffalo

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steve 08-Oct-2008 03:36
im sorry to hear about ur cpousion im a firemen i know how hard it is to have a fatal fire it hurts the family and the firefighters who fight them
kelly 25-Oct-2007 01:38
I would like to say Thank you for the fire man that tryed to save my cousin from the house fire on Thomas Street on Sept 2 2007.I know you guys tryed your best I know you all have a hard job.Thank you for trying.I know a fire man got hurt I hope he is okay I know it has been a month in a half already.
steve 04-Jun-2006 01:46
this fire house is right near the 1983 prorpane explosion ladder 5 was blown across the street and all of the menbers onthat truck said to sya parished and engine 32 was flipped upide down
Guest 08-Feb-2005 00:59
Engine 32 and Ladder 5 are situated at a once prestigious location. Many people forget that the Larkin Administration Building once was situated directly behind the fire station. The station once was home to reserve apparatus and the South Division Chief. That post having been eliminated long ago. The only Division Chief(B-56) is quartered at Engine 2, Ladder 9.