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
First Alarm Fire Assistance in Kendall Park
We were dispatched this evening with the Monmouth Junction Fire Department at 18:07 for a first alarm assignment to assist the Kendall Park Fire Department on a basement fire on Sand Hills Road. Chief 240, Deputy Chief 250 and Engine 245 responded.Crews provided manpower and assisted in clean up.
Truck Collision with a Telephone Pole on US 1
The third call on April 13, 2017 was for a truck crash into a telephone pole with wires down and a brush fire. Engines 245 and 243 responded and stabilized the vehicle. Once Public Service secured the power, the crews extinguished the fire. New Jersey State Forest Fire Service also responded out as well as Rescue 242.
Hazmat Emergency with Ruptured Natural Gas Line at Cleveland Lane
On Thursday, April 13 at 14:58 we were dispatched to Cleveland Lane for a natural gas line that was struck by a backhoe. Upon arriving Chief 240 set up a safe zone and had the crew from Engine 245 check the area with gas meters to determine the levels of gas present. South Brunswick Police evacuated the neighborhood.. Also responding were Deputy Chief 250, Engine 243, Rescue 242 and Special Services 246. South Brunswick EMS
Two Elevator Rescues and One Truck Accident with Downed Wires
Early yesterday afternoon, we were dispatched simultaneously for three calls. We had two elevator rescues. The first one was at 9 Independence Way, who was able to get out before we arrived. The second one was at 3 Independence Way. Deputy Chief 250 and Rescue 242 responded and safely removed the individual from the elevator. The third call was for a truck into a telephone pole with wires down and a brush fire. Engines 245
Total of calls and silent alarms