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Brian C Curran
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  • Albany, NY
  • United States
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Lives in:
4 Myers Court Colonie NY 12205
Colonie Village Fire Company
Years of public service:
16 years
Agency structure:
Volunteer fire department
Top issues in your department:
Heavy Rescue Training
Trench & Structural Collapse Training
Fire Suppression
FAST Team Training
Professional Qualifications:
NYS Certified Emergency Medical Tech
NYS Certified Police Officer
Town of Colonie Police Officer
Past Rescue Lt and Rescue Captain (Fuller Road FD)
Former Member of NYRRT-1 (Rescue Specialist)
Past memeber of the TOC Rescue and Training committee
NYS FireFighter Recruit 1
NYS Firefighter Recruit 2
NYS Incident Command
NYS Haz-Mat Tech
NYS Live Fire Instructor
Advanced Rope Rescue
Advanced Trench Rescue
Structural Collapse Operations Advanced
NYS FAST Team certification
Topics you provide training for:
Rope Rescue
Trench Rescue
Live Fire Suppression
Structural Collapse
Heavy Rescue Operations
FAST Team Operations
Areas of expertise:
Heavy Rescue Operations
I currently reside in the Town of Colonie New York. I am a full time Police Officer serving the Patrol Division. I have been a "vollie" for 16 years serving as Rescue Lt and Rescue Capt for the Fuller Road Fire Department. I have also spent time on the NYRRT-1 (NYS Urban Search and Rescue) as a Rescue Specialist. I have taken courses at the FDNY Rescue School. I am a certified NYS EMT and currently serve as a firefighter in a Heavy Rescue Company.

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