Easter Sunday Fire on Cherry Street
On Easter Sunday at 15:15, we were dispatched on a township general alarm to assist the Kendall Park Fire Company for a structure fire on Cherry Street. Chief 240, Deputy Chief 250, Engine #4 (244) and Rescue #2 (242) made the response. Our crew was assigned R.I.C. operations.
Maintaining a Full Crew in Kingston while Providing Coverage for Hightstown
We were dispatched this morning at 09:19 to cover Hightstown Engine Company #1 while they operated at a 3 alarm fire in East Windsor Township. Engine 4 (24-4) responded with a crew of 4 and covered the station for approximately 2 hours. Also on the coverage assignment was Station 60 from Princeton. We had a crew of 5 who remained in our quarters while Engine 4 was in Hightstown.
1st Alarm Fire in Princeton University’s Frick Chemistry Lab
At 01:56, we were dispatched into Princeton on a first alarm assignment for a fire in the Frick Chemistry Lab on the Princeton University campus. Deputy Chief 250 and Engine 4 (24-4) made the response. Our crew assisted Princeton Fire Department with multi-fan ventilation and clean up. Also on scene was Station 49.
First Alarm Fire at Princeton University Basement
At 04:49 on Saturday, February 24, we were dispatched on a first alarm structure fire to assist the Princeton Fire Department. Chief 250 and Engine #4 responded to Frist Lane on the Princeton University campus. Upon arrival of KVFC #1 crew, it was determined that the fire was suppressed by the laundry room’s sprinkler system. 245 crew assisted with clean up and ventilation.
Fully Involved Truck Fire Suppressed on Laurel Avenue
We responded to a motor vehicle fire on Monday, February 5, 13:42, on Laurel Avenue/Kingston Rocky Hill Road, south of Route 518 . Responded from Kingston were Deputy Chief 39, Engine 39-4, and Engine 39-5, and from Little Rocky Hill, Fire Tanker 41 and Engine 41. Crews stretched a 1 3/4″ foam line to extinguish the truck fire. Attack began transitionally outside of the cab, where the
Sub-zero Third Floor Two Alarm Fire on Billie Ellis Lane
At 21:07, we responded in to Princeton on the first alarm to assist the Princeton Fire Department at a structure fire, escalated to second alarm, on a three story complex on Billie Ellis Lane. We responded with Engine #4 and assisted with fire ground operations, including search, overhaul and cleaning. Upon arrival, the fire already consumed the third floor, developing into a structure fire as flames were tens of feet above the roof. Numerous companies
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