E104 Responds to Yorktown 2nd Alarm Fire
By Lieutenant Michael Johnston
January 9, 2019

At 5:15pm this evening the Mount Kisco Fire Department was requested to have one engine go on stand-by in Yorktown fire headquarters while they operated at a working fire. Just prior to responding, a second alarm was transmitted and Engine 104 was redirected to the scene. Members stood by while the remaining hot spots were extinguished and the fire was deemed to be out. Engine 104 was released by Yorktown command at approximately 6:30pm and returned to the Village of Mount Kisco.