Manhasset-Lakeville Responds to the Call
The Manhasset-Lakeville Volunteer Fire Department responded to New York City's call for mutual aid on Tuesday Sept. 11, 2001.Volunteer Firefighters each carry pagers that emergency dispatchers use to call them to the firehouse. On Sept. 11th, moments after the buildings came down, the call went out for all available Manhasset-Lakeville firefighters and emergency medical technicians to respond to their headquarters to await assignment. Within 15 minutes, 30 men and women were on their way to a firehouse in Flushing with an ambulance, an engine, a heavy rescue truck, and a hook and ladder truck.
A Somber Manhasset Says Goodbye
The Manhasset Press wishes to remember all those who were lost in the Sept. 11 attack. We welcome submissions of stories and photos from families and friends for future publication.
On The Bay
Knickerbocker YC was Race Committee for the last weekend of bay racing, Sept. 22-23. Wind was good for the Saturday races, but all races were cancelled because of lack of wind on Sunday. Results of the Sonar fleet for Saturday, Race One (8 boats):
Lives Needlessly Lost