3rd Alarm House Fire in Montgomery on Wellington Court


Three Alarm Fire Leaves Home Uninhabitable! Kingston Fire Department responded into Montgomery Township earlier this evening for a three alarm house fire.  The fire at 43 Wellington Court reportedly started in the basement and quickly made its way throughout the first and second floors of the main section of the house, leaving the home uninhabitable.  The fire remains under investigation. In addition to Montgomery Township Volunteer Fire Companies #1 and #2 (Stations 45 & 46), the Rocky

1st Alarm House Fire in Princeton on Leigh Avenue


Kingston Fire Department provided an Engine for coverage for Princeton Fire Department today while they operated at a residential structure fire.  The fire, at 74 Leigh Avenue, started in a crawl space next to the basement area of the home.  Initially reported as a smoke condition, the first arriving fire units discovered fire working up the side of the house and requested transmission of the First Alarm.  The fire left the two-story house uninhabitable due to the extensive fire, smoke and water

2nd Alarm Structure Fire in Franklin District #3 on Berry Street


Kingston Fire Department responded to East Franklin Fire Station 27 this evening with a Rapid Intervention Crew while units operated at 363 Berry Street for a Structure Fire. East Franklin Chief Dan Krushinski arrived 2 minutes after dispatch and reported a working fire.  East Franklin Squad 27 arrived first due and deployed there own feeder line, as well as stretch a 1 inch 3/4 hand line. Community Fire Company’s Ladder 25 arrived and did a primary

1st Alarm Fire Displaces Six on US 1


A Route 1 house fire Friday evening left the home uninhabitable and displaced six residents.  A passing motorist saw flames coming from the second floor of the Route 1 home at 5:40pm and called 911. The two family home at 4014 Route 1 had flames coming out the top floor when Monmouth Junction Fire Chief Scott Smith arrived.  Chief Smith quickly requested the full First Alarm assignment. All three South Brunswick Township fire companies (Monmouth Junction,

Fatal Two Alarm House Fire with Explosion on Cranberry Court


A fatal house fire took place in the Princeton Walk Development of the South Brunswick Township section of Kingston on Tuesday night.  Shortly prior to 11PM South Brunswick Police received several 911 calls reporting sounds of an explosion and a large structure fire at 2 Cranberry Court. The first police officers arrived in less than three minutes and reported extensive fire throughout the two story structure.  Hearing this report while still enroute to the scene, Kingston Fire Department Deputy Chief John Luck requested his full

One Alarm Fire Destroys Cherry Street Mobile Home


This morning firefighters responded to Cherry Street in the Monmouth Mobile Home Park for a reported mobile home fire. While responding, Kendall Park Fire Department Deputy Chief Rob Cioffi observed a large smoke column in the sky and requested the 1st alarm be transmitted. Arriving fire units met heavy fire throughout the mobile home. The fire was discovered shortly after 9 a.m. and quickly destroyed the home. All residents made it out

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