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Incidents | Kingston Volunteer Fire Company #1


1st Alarm Office Fire in Kendall Park on Route 27


Kingston Fire Department responded as part of the first alarm assignment for an office fire at 3176 Route 27 in Kendall Park on Monday night. At 10:45pm South Brunswick Police received two 911 calls from motorists traveling on Route 27 reporting smoke coming from an office building.  Reports from arriving Patrol officers confirmed smoke coming from the two story office building but no visible fire.  Kendall Park Fire Department Engine 221 and Ladder 223 were still enroute at that time, and

3rd Alarm Structure Fire on Easton Avenue in District #3


Kingston firefighters responded into Franklin District #3 for the second time in two days on Friday.   This time crews responded to 888 Easton Avenue for a three alarm commercial structure fire. The fire was reported around 7:45 p.m. and took approximately two hours to bring under control. Crews remained on scene throughout the night extinguishing hot spots. Two minor injuries to firefighters were reported. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. In addition to Firefighters

2nd Alarm Apartment Fire on Hamilton Street in District #3


Crews from the Kingston Fire Department responded on a cover assignment to Community Station 25 while Franklin District #3 units operated at an Apartment Fire. The fire at 725 Hamilton Street, was reported around 2:20 p.m and quickly went to two alarms. Crews operated for about 45 minutes before bringing the fire under control and spent an additional 90 minutes performing salvage and overhaul duties. The displaced residents from the two affected apartments were assisted

Kingston Covers Township During Large Mulch Fire on Broadway Road


The Kingston Fire Department covered South Brunswick Township by manning engines at Kingston Station 24 and Monmouth Junction Station 20 while Monmouth Junction and Kendall Park members operated at a large mulch fire in the Township.  Kingston crews responded to several other incidents throughout the Township during their cover assignment. At around 3:30 AM, the Monmouth Junction Fire Department was dispatched to Reliable Wood Products on Broadway Road for

1st Alarm Duplex Fire on Wilton Street in Princeton


Kingston Fire Department responded into Princeton on the 1st Alarm dwelling fire. The fire reported just before 7 pm, started in a vacant home located on Wilton Street in downtown Princeton.  The residence is currently undergoing renovations and workers had been on-site earlier today.  The fire was contained to a second floor bedroom.  Residents of the adjacent duplex were evacuated and no injuries were reported.  The cause of the fire is under investigation.   In addition to the Princeton and Kingston

Rapid Intervention Crew Responds into Montgomery on Business Park Drive


Rapid Intervention Team Responds on 1st Alarm. Kingston’s Rapid Intervention Crew responded in to Montgomery Township today as part of a 1st Alarm assignment.  The Montgomery Township and Rocky Hill Fire Companies were dispatched for a fire alarm at Bloomberg Associates located at 101 Business Park Drive shortly before 2pm today.  Upon arrival firefighters discovered a smoke condition and requested the balance of the 1st Alarm companies be dispatched bringing Kingston to the scene.  Other Fire

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