Incidents

Easter Sunday Fire on Cherry Street

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Apr 01

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

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Mar 27

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

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Mar 23

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

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Feb 24

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

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Feb 05

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

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Dec 27

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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