This afternoon, District 36 (Comprised of Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1, Wayside Fire Company No. 2, Pinebrook Community Hose No. 3, and Northside Engine Co. 4) were dispatched to Hope Road for a reported head on MVA with entrapment. Chief 2-67 arrived on scene and reported a single vehicle with heavy entrapment. Rescue 2-85, and Engine 2-75 arrived on scene immediately thereafter and began going to work. As a precaution, Engine 2-75 stretched a wet line while Rescue 2-85 began stabilizing and cutting the vehicle with HURST Jaws of Life rescue tools. During this time, Rescue Engine 1-80 and Rescue 1-86 arrived on location, using its members to assist in the rescue assignment. Crews were able to remove the A side of the vehicle, gaining full access to the patient. Working carefully with EMS personal, crews were able to safely extricate and package the patient. The patient was handed over to Tinton Falls EMS South Tinton Falls Emergency Medical Svc-North and MONOC - New Jersey's Hospital Service Corporation Paramedics. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident.

Chiefs 1-66 3-66 4-67 along with Engine 1-78, Engine 3-76 and Ladder 4-91 were also on location assisting in the rescue efforts. Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department and Eatontown Police Department were also on location.

9/28/16 MVA on Hope Road

This afternoon, District 36 (Comprised of @[228627397169136:274:Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1], Wayside Fire Company No. 2, Pinebrook Community Hose No. 3, and @[234711096652866:274:Northside Engine Co. 4]) were dispatched to Hope Road for a reported head on MVA with entrapment. Chief 2-67 arrived on scene and reported a single vehicle with heavy entrapment. Rescue 2-85, and Engine 2-75 arrived on scene immediately thereafter and began going to work. As a precaution, Engine 2-75 stretched a wet line while Rescue 2-85 began stabilizing and cutting the vehicle with @[238743569505455:274:HURST Jaws of Life] rescue tools. During this time, Rescue Engine 1-80 and Rescue 1-86 arrived on location, using its members to assist in the rescue assignment. Crews were able to remove the A side of the vehicle, gaining full access to the patient. Working carefully with EMS personal, crews were able to safely extricate and package the patient. The patient was handed over to @[141650865997480:274:Tinton Falls EMS South] @[167539759925301:274:Tinton Falls Emergency Medical Svc-North] and @[76275726397:274:MONOC - New Jersey's Hospital Service Corporation] Paramedics. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident. Chiefs 1-66 3-66 4-67 along with Engine 1-78, Engine 3-76 and Ladder 4-91 were also on location assisting in the rescue efforts. @[1620339848183850:274:Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department] and @[598155100280530:274:Eatontown Police Department] were also on location.

Sep 28th 10:55pm • No Comments

This afternoon, District 36 (Comprised of Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1, Wayside Fire Company No. 2, Pinebrook Community Hose No. 3, and Northside Engine Co. 4) were dispatched to Shafto Road for a reported MVA with entrapment. Chief 3-66 arrived on scene and reported a single vehicle overturned on its side with no entrapment. Rescue 2-85, Engine 2-75 and Chief 2-67 arrived on scene immediately thereafter. As a precaution, Engine 2-75 stretched a dry line while Rescue 2-85 assisted with EMS care until Tinton Falls EMS South arrived on location. Chief 3-66 had command of the incident.

Rescue Engine 1-80 and Ladder 4-91 were cancelled en route due to no entrapment. Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department and Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management were also on location.

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Sep 28th 10:39pm • No Comments

Monday morning, Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2 were dispatched to the Garden State Parkway, MM 107.3 South for a reported MVA with entrapment. Chief 1-66 arrived on scene and reported a single vehicle overturn with the driver entrapped. Rescue Engine 1-80 arrived on scene immediately thereafter. The vehicle was stabilized with Paratech Fire & Rescue Equipment allowing crews to safely operate and perform a roof flap maneuver with rescue tools. The driver was then packaged and turned over to Neptune Township EMS. Chief 1-66 had command of the incident.

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Sep 28th 10:35pm • No Comments

Yesterday evening, District 36 (Comprised of Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1, Wayside Fire Company No. 2, Pinebrook Community Hose No. 3 and Northside Engine Co. 4) were dispatched to Beaumont Court for a dryer fire with possible extension into the vents/wall. Chief 4-67, along with Engine 1-78 and Ladder 2-90 quickly responded to the call. Due to the nature of the call, Chief 4-67 advised Engine 1-78 to stage by the hydrant and advised Ladder 2-90 to stick the roof. Crews were able to secure power to the dryer, investigate units on both floors and used the thermal imagining cameras to determine that there was no extension into the vents/wall. Chief 4-67 had command of the incident.

Rescue Engine 1-80 and Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department were also on location.

Our members were even lucky enough to pose with some local kids on the truck as we were wrapping up from the call!
#District36
#TintonFalls
#Community
#EveryoneGoesHome

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Sep 23rd 8:02pm • 1 Comment

We would like to take the time to thank Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management Tinton Falls Emergency Medical Svc-North Tinton Falls EMS South and Monmouth County Sheriff's Office for their support this past weekend at the Hustle 4 Hannah - Hannah Duffy Foundation run at Monmouth Regional High School. Members from all these agencies came to not only support the cause, but to ensure the safety of everyone there!

Awesome job from firefighters in Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Northside Engine Co. 4 who ran in the race!
#TintonFallsFirst
#District36
#EveryoneGoesHome
#Community
#TFPD
#TFFD

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Sep 20th 8:31pm • No Comments

We would like to take this time to thank Hamilton Fire Company and Hamilton Fire Company Auxiliary for having us this past weekend at their 1st Annual Hoe-Down Fundraiser!

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Sep 20th 11:58am • 1 Comment

Today, members on Engine 2-75 were lucky enough to stop by and assist the Where Angels Play Foundation in the construction of a new playground in honor of Hannah Duffy - Hannah Duffy Foundation. This playground is extremely special, for it will be 100% accessible/useable for children with disabilities that would hinder them on a normal playground. Great job to all the men and women who are volunteering their time to build this playground in Tinton Falls. Please feel free to stop over at the Monmouth Falcons Pop Warner Football & Cheer/Dance field off of West Park Ave today and tomorrow to help finish the construction! The ribbon cutting ceremony will be held on Saturday, September 24th at 4:00 PM!

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Sep 16th 2:22pm • No Comments

We would like to take this time to thank the Monmouth Falcons Pop Warner Football & Cheer/Dance for holding a First Responder Appreciation Day on September 11th. Our members would like to wish you and your athletes a safe and successful season!

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Sep 16th 11:09am • No Comments

Today we congratulate Ex-Chief Donald Wanamaker and his beautiful wife Trish on the birth of their son Caleb! Caleb was born on September 11 at a healthy weight and size. We wish you the best in your new journey as parents and welcome him to our family as well!

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Sep 13th 3:12pm • 1 Comment

This morning, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to 4th Ave in Bradley Beach for a 2nd Alarm working residential structure fire with exposures. Chiefs 1-66 and 1-67 along with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call. Chief 1-67 assumed RIT Command and staged the RIT crew on the A side of the structure while crews from Bradley Beach Fire Department Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Asbury Park Fire Department and Avon Fire Department , Avon by the Sea, NJ were suppressing the fire. Great job by first arriving engine and ladder companies in an aggressive and safe fire attack while protecting exposures! Chief 88-66 had command of the incident.

Also on location were Neptune City Fire Department OGFD Eagle Hook & Ladder and Liberty Fire 34-2.
#District36RIT
#TintonFallsFD
#EveryoneGoesHome

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9/12/16 RIT Assignment Bradley Beach

This morning, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from @[228627397169136:274:Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1] and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to 4th Ave in Bradley Beach for a 2nd Alarm working residential structure fire with exposures. Chiefs 1-66 and 1-67 along with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call. Chief 1-67 assumed RIT Command and staged the RIT crew on the A side of the structure while crews from @[628674857217357:274:Bradley Beach Fire Department] @[133998446795029:274:Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ] @[291508707001:274:Asbury Park Fire Department] and @[444992335540720:274:Avon Fire Department , Avon by the Sea, NJ] were suppressing the fire. Great job by first arriving engine and ladder companies in an aggressive and safe fire attack while protecting exposures! Chief 88-66 had command of the incident. Also on location were @[245541278910692:274:Neptune City Fire Department] @[434237140015863:274:OGFD Eagle Hook & Ladder] and @[185533414817737:274:Liberty Fire 34-2]. #District36RIT #TintonFallsFD #EveryoneGoesHome Photos from @[74830846396:274:All Hands Fire Equipment & Training]

Sep 12th 4:03pm • No Comments

Today is more than just a day of remembering the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. It is a day to honor, respect and salute individuals who rise above the call of duty day in and day out, individuals who uphold the pledge of allegiance that they took to our flag. It is about ordinary men and women who risk their lives for yours, who risk their lives for your safety, who risk their lives for your freedom. We would like to give a thank you to all our heroes both here on the home front and to those who are overseas. Thank you to all of our first responders, Fire Departments, Police Departments, Emergency Medical Services, Operations of Emergency Management etc. who care for us on a moments notice. We would also like to give a thank you to all of our military personal, United States Coast Guard, United States National Guard United States Army United States Navy United States Air Force Marine Corps Recruiting who care for us when our nation faces a threat. Our nation, one nation under God, is built on the foundation of your bravery, courage and sacrifice, and we will never take anything that these heroes do for granted. Thank you to everyone who has paid the ultimate sacrifice in protecting the United States of America, and to those who will continue to pay the ultimate sacrifice.

NEVER FORGET!

Total number killed in attacks on 9/11/01: 2,996

• Number of people killed in Pentagon Building: 125

• Number of New York City Fire Department (FDNY) firefighters and paramedics killed: 343

• Number of NYPD officers killed: 23

• Number of Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department police officers killed: 37

• Number of U.S. troops killed in Operation Enduring Freedom: 2,384

Posted below are photos of our 9/11 Memorial with steal beams from the World Trade Center along with our dedication vestibule to Firefighter Arthur Barry of FDNY Ladder 15. FF Barry is a son of Tinton Falls resident, and this is our tribute to his ultimate sacrifice, Never Forget 9/11

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Sep 11th 1:25pm • 1 Comment

Today we congratulate Ex-Chief Donald Wanamaker on graduating the Virginia Fire Officer Academy Class 16-02. During his time there, Ex-Chief Wanamaker was able to develop and improve the leadership skills necessary to make the tough decisions and foster effective changes that will improve firefighter safety and survivability. Job well done brother, stay safe!

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Sep 10th 9:03pm • No Comments

Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department's post.

Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department

Water main break on Swimming River Rd. Area residents will experience loss of pressure and possible temporary loss of water service over the next 24 hours. We will provide updates as we receive them.

Sep 9th 6:25am • No Comments

Sunday evening, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) were dispatched to Allenhurst Ave in Neptune Twp. for a General Alarm working residential structure fire. Chiefs 2-66, 2-67, 1-67 along with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call. Chief 2-67 assumed RIT Command and staged 2 RIT crews while crews from Neptune FD were venting/suppressing the fire. Great job by first arriving engine and ladder companies in an aggressive and safe fire attack! Chief 34-66 had command of the incident. Hamilton Fire Company Liberty Fire 34-2 Shark River Hills Fire Company Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ
#District36RIT
#TintonFallsFD
#District34
#EveryoneGoesHome

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Sep 6th 7:20am • 1 Comment

Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management's photo.

Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management

The impending weather event forecasted for this weekend is expected to bring heavy rain and high winds, Sunday through Monday. Please know, that Borough Officials are monitoring the storm and will update residents if the impact to our community is expected to increase. We ask all residents to take precautionary measures to keep your family and home safe. Please secure any outdoor items that may be taken by high winds, to limit damage. Be sure to communicate your emergency plans with your family and check on any neighbor that may need a hand. To report power outages call JCP&L at 1-888-544-4877. Stay away from all downed wires. Assume they are live and dangerous powerlines. Before the storm arrives, please prepare accordingly, and for your safety, plan not to travel during the weather event. Thank you and be safe.

Sep 4th 5:17am • No Comments

As Summer 2016 comes to an end this Labor Day Weekend, our members would like to stress how important it is to drive safe/wear your seat belt when operating a motor vehicle. Please take a look at two of our more recent MVA's and remember, when celebrating this weekend to #DriveSoberOrGetPulledOver #ClickItOrTicket !

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Sep 2nd 12:07pm • No Comments

Today we congratulate Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department Cpl James Sapia & his K-9 partner Hunter on their overall 1st place finish at the UPSCA Region 6 K-9 Trials this past weekend. Hunter was named "Top Dog."

Let's just say, we're glad he's on our side!
#TintonFalls #ThinBlueLine

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Aug 30th 11:38am • No Comments

Today we congratulate Probationary Firefighter Mike Keating on passing Firefighter 1 from Middlesex County Fire Academy. Job well done brother, stay safe!

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Aug 29th 4:10pm • 11 Comments

Yesterday evening, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Pinebrook Fire Company No.3 was dispatched to the Jersey Shore Premium Outlets for a working vehicle fire with exposure to other vehicles. Engine 2-75 was first due, quickly stretching an inch and three quarter line into service. Due to the exposure issues, Hamilton Fire Company was dispatched for an additional engine to the scene. This resulted a response from Engine 34-1-75. While the crew of Engine 2-75 was suppressing the fire, the crew from Engine 34-1-75 stretched an additional line as the crew from Ladder 2-90 opened up the hoods of the vehicles with the rotatory saw. The fire was quickly brought under control with no reported injuries.

Chief 2-66 along with Tinton Falls EMS Squad 36-21, Engine 3-76 and Engine 3-77 were also on location. Chief 2-66 had command of the incident.

8/27/16 Vehicle Fire at Jersey Shore Premium Outlets

Yesterday evening, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Pinebrook Fire Company No.3 was dispatched to the Jersey Shore Premium Outlets for a working vehicle fire with exposure to other vehicles. Engine 2-75 was first due, quickly stretching an inch and three quarter line into service. Due to the exposure issues, @[100818699981863:274:Hamilton Fire Company] was dispatched for an additional engine to the scene. This resulted a response from Engine 34-1-75. While the crew of Engine 2-75 was suppressing the fire, the crew from Engine 34-1-75 stretched an additional line as the crew from Ladder 2-90 opened up the hoods of the vehicles with the rotatory saw. The fire was quickly brought under control with no reported injuries. Chief 2-66 along with Tinton Falls EMS Squad 36-21, Engine 3-76 and Engine 3-77 were also on location. Chief 2-66 had command of the incident.

Aug 28th 11:28am • No Comments

We would like to take this time to thank our men and women in blue who go above and beyond to protect us and our community day in and day out - in honor of our police officers, Wayside Fire Company #2 will be flying these flags proudly off of our trucks! We would like to thank both Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department and New Jersey State Police for protecting our members on calls both in town and on the Garden State Parkway. Stay safe out there! #ThinBlueLine #EveryoneGoesHome

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Aug 27th 12:39pm • 4 Comments

This past week, two of our own celebrated their birthdays. We would like to take this time to wish Captain Butler (pictured far left) and President Brawner (pictured far right) both a happy birthday!!!

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Aug 24th 8:42am • No Comments

Today we congratulate Firefighter/EMT Scott Ritter on passing both Fire Inspector and Firefighter II. Job well done brother!

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Aug 15th 8:22pm • 6 Comments


 

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