International Day of Peace Celebration and a Quick Response to Hampton Inn


On Friday afternoon, September 21, we assisted with traffic control while residents of Brandywine Senior Living and students of the Ying Hua International School made a human peace symbol in recognition of International Day of Peace. Franklin Park Fire Department was on location with Ladder 31 in order to provide an aerial view of the celebration. We thank them for their assistance. We utilized the Chief and Deputy Chief’s vehicles along with Special Services #6

RIT Assignment on Rodney Avenue Two-Alarm Fire


At 10:50 today, we were dispatched into Franklin District #3 for a R.I.T. assignment on the Second Alarm. Upon our arrival our crew was assigned to overhaul. Chief 39 and Engine #4 (39-4) made the response.

Overturned Truck on Trap Rock Industries Entrance Road


At 00:10, May 1, we were dispatched along with Little Rocky Hill Fire Company (Station 41) for a construction vehicle overturned with entrapment on the entrance road to Trap Rock Industries. The truck, filled with dirt and rocks, swerved off and returned back on to the road before flipping over on its passenger side. The driver self-extricated prior to our arrival and appeared to sustain no major injury. Chief 41, Chief 39, Deputy Chief 39,

Tire Fire on US 1 North


At 13:55, April 23, we were dispatched for a tire fire on a landscaping trailer northbound on Route 1, just north of Independence Way. Chief 240 and Engine #4 (244) responded. The crews used the front bumper 1.75″ line to extinguish the fire.

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.

Monthly Incidents

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