The Roslyn Fire Companies responded to a house fire on Dogwood Avenue. First arriving units encountered a large two-story home with heavy fire showing from exposure 2 and 3 sides. Roslyn Rescue Engine 567 was first due, Roslyn Highlands Quint 598 set up in the driveway on the number 2 side while Sea Cliff Ladder 574 set up on the exposure 4 side. Crews stretched and operated three lines to extinguish the fire on the exterior, second floor and attic. All searches of the house were negative and there were no reported injuries. It took about two hours to bring the fire under control. Mutual aid came from Glen Cove, Carle Place, Glenwood and East Norwich. Units from the Glen Cove, Westbury and Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Departments stood by.                                      

– Fire News photos by Paul Mazza, and