When the in the Ridge area Monday, the and other local departments got the call around 2:30 p.m., and didn't leave until Tuesday morning.
Miller Place First Assistant Chief Kyle Markott commended the effort of all of the fire departments, and gave an update on what they had to deal with.
"The winds spread the fire extremely fast," he said. "All departments have done a great job [and] worked very hard to contain the fire."
The MPFD left at midnight Tuesday after a day of work that resulted in one injury. Markott said one firefighter was transported to with a minor arm injury and was released after an hour or so.
The department sent one engine, a stump jumper, brush truck, a gator and two chiefs, according to Markott.
"At one point our engine crew encountered heavy fire which engulfed a large shed, destroying it within seconds," he said. "We utilized a large deck gun to protect the other structures on the property."
The fires, called the worst since 1995, were deemed to be contained late Tuesday morning and Miller Place was not called to the scene Tuesday, only sending a fire police unit for traffic control around 6 a.m.