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(Calls include Mutual Aid Requests)
|Trash Can/Dumpster Fire||1|
|Down Wires/Arcing Wires||14|
|Fire Alarm Activation||94|
|CO Alarm Activation||20|
|Motor Vehicle Accident||10|
|OTHER - Smoke/Fire Investigation||2|
|Assist the Police/ First Aid||2|
TREE LOT SET UP
December 1, 2013
NEW ENGINE UPDATE:
November 14, 2013
Work has finally begun on our new engine,
which is anticipated to be completed by mid-February!
Below you will see pictures of the cab both
inside and outside. We, as a company,
have chosen the new identification
number for this engine: #4611.
Tentative Production Schedule
- Chassis Assembly Start: 10/20/2013
- Cab Set: 10/28/2013
- Chassis Completion: 11/2/2013
- Inspection and QC: 11/7/2013
- Body Assembly Start: 12/19/2013
- Body Completion: 2/2/2013
- Inspection and QC: 2/7/2013
- Total unit completion: 2/10/2014
This is a tentative schedule and is subject to change,
but at least we have an idea of the production
timeline for our new engine! We will be sure to
update with pictures as we receive them...
The #4609 Truck/Trailer Project
November 7, 2013
The Hose reels and pump were removed from the wood platform.
A new metal skid unit was built and a new frame for the
hose reels and pump were built.
New suction and discharge manifolds were also built .
Thank you to Deputy Chief and Engineer Rick Traut
and his son Josh Traut for all of their hard work!
The Seaside Boardwalk Fire
September 12, 2013
We Sent one engine, #4621, to provide
mutual aid support to Seaside Park.
It was a historic fire that our crew will
A view from the cab in engine #4621 from Route 37 eastbound
heading into Seaside.
(from left to right) Assistant Chief Todd MacLennan
Hose Captain/Treasurer Timothy Butler and
Firefighter Frank Ascolillo.
From a rooftop in Seaside Heights where we were monitoring
heated debris flying from the main fire ground. (From
left to right) Assistant Chief Todd MacLennan,
Firefighter Frank Ascolillo, and Hose Captain/Treasurer
This is our Secretary/Firefighter Rhonda Traut waiting at the
area that we were staged in Seaside Heights.
A view from where we were staged on the boardwalk in
A view from where Engine #4621 was staged on the street
in Seaside Heights.
Local Fire Company Aids in
Containing Boardwalk Blaze
By Jason Cascais and Eric Englund (The Sandpaper)