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Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1

Organization

Apr 22nd 10:10pm • No Comments

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Apr 22nd 3:27pm • No Comments

This year, members of Wayside Fire Company along with members of Tinton Falls Fire Company, Pinebrook Community Hose and Northside Engine Company will be participating in Relay For Life at Monmouth Regional High School on May 9th. Our Tinton Falls Firefighter team will camp out overnight and take turns walking or running around a track for 24 hours to help raise money and awareness for cancer. If you are interested in supporting our team feel free to donate to our team page on the link below!!! We look forward to seeing everyone there!!!

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLCY14EA?team_id=1633391&pg=team&fr_id=57430

http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/RFLCY14EA?team_id=1633391&pg=team&fr_id=57430

main.acsevents.org

Why We Formed a Relay For Life TeamWelcome to our team page! Almost all of us have been touched by cancer in some way, so we've decided to make a difference by walking and raising money in the American Cancer Society Relay For Life event.At the event, our team will camp out overnight and take turns…

Apr 22nd 3:26pm • 1 Comment

Posted below are photos of our members at recent community events within Tinton Falls. In the first photo, members of Wayside Fire Company along with members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 attended a balloon release in memory of Hannah Duffy on her birthday this year. In the second photo, members of Wayside Fire Company attended the Tinton Falls Little League Parade with Ladder 2-90 to lead the parade into the baseball fields! We are so blessed to be apart of such an amazing community and continue to look forward to meeting new people at community events in town! Thank you for all your support!

Apr 22nd 3:18pm • 1 Comment

Last Saturday. at 11:55 AM, shortly after the structure fire in town District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company #1 and Wayside Fire Company #2) were dispatched to Embury Ave for a working 2nd Alarm Structure Fire with possible entrapment into Neptune. Ladder 2-90 along with Engine 1-78 responded to the scene. Upon arrival, members staged outside with equipment and preformed a 360 of the structure to ensure full egress for firefighters working inside. One the fire was extinguished and overhaul was complete District 36 RIT was released from the scene per command. Great work by those agencies involved in a quick stop of the fire Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Asbury Park Fire Department Chief 34-67 had command of the incident.

Apr 22nd 3:09pm • No Comments

Last Saturday, at 8:53 AM, Wayside Fire Company was dispatched to Cornell Street in Tinton Falls for a 2nd Alarm Ladder/Manpower Assignment for a working structure fire. Ladder 2-90 and Engine 2-75 responded quickly to the scene to assist our fellow brother/sister firefighters in town to battle the blaze. Upon arrival, the crew of Ladder 2-90 began to to throw ladders for quick egress of firefighters inside if needed. While the crew of Engine 2-75 was helping Ladder 3-90 and Ladder 2-90 gain a water supply, the crew of Ladder 2-90 made an interior attack on division two. The crew was faced with a heavy smoke condition. Once they made it on division two they began to pull ceiling and extinguish the fire. Due to the fire rapidly moving overhead of the firefighters inside and blowing out the B side of the attic, evacuation tones were dropped for all firefighters inside. Once all firefighters were removed safely, Ladder 2-90 and Ladder 3-90 began a defensive operation. Once the fire was brought under control, crews back inside for overhaul to extinguish hot spots. Thank you to all agencies involved in ensuring that everyone made it home safely especially our cover assignments and Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 Pinebrook Community Hose No. 3 Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management Tinton Falls EMS South Tinton Falls PD. Chief 36-3-66 had command of the incident.

The article can be found below:
http://www.app.com/article/20140419/NJNEWS/304190026/Tinton-Falls-dryer-fire-extinguished

Apr 22nd 3:01pm • No Comments

Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Professional Firefighters Association of New Jersey's photo.

Timeline Photos

Apr 21st 2:41pm • No Comments

Wayside Fire and Rescue updated their cover photo.

Apr 7th 8:53pm • 1 Comment

This morning, at 11:03 AM, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company #1 and Wayside Fire Company #2) were dispatched to 610 Sewell Avenue in Asbury Park for a 3rd alarm working structure fire at Munroe Towers. Ladder 2-90, Engine 1-76 and Chief 1-67 responded to a working fire located in an apartment on the 5th division. The fire was brought under control and extinguished with District 36 RIT being released at approximately 11:40 AM. Two injuries were reported with one individual being treated for smoke inhalation and one firefighter being treated for minor injuries. The cause of the fire is still under investigation by the Monmouth County Fire Marshal’s office. Great work by Asbury Park Fire Department, Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ and all other units on location and cover assignments.

Full article can be found below:
http://www.app.com/article/20140327/NJNEWS14/303270037/Fire-reported-at-Munroe-Towers-in-Asbury-Park

Mar 27th 10:55pm • 1 Comment

It comes with deep regret to inform you on the passing of two of our brothers in Boston yesterday. We would like to send our thoughts and prayers to the Boston Fire Department and the friends and families of Lt. Edward J. Walsh of Engine 33 and Firefighter Michael R. Kennedy of Ladder 15. May they rest in peace.

Last Alarm 3/26/14

Mar 27th 10:31pm • No Comments

This morning, at 4:36 AM, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company #1 and Wayside Fire Company #2) were dispatched to 1647 Route 35 North in Oakhurst for a 2nd alarm working structure fire at Los Caminos de Don Chucho Mexican Restaurant. Chief 2-66 was first on location assuming RIT Command. Ladder 2-90, Engine 1-76 and Chief 1-67 responded as well to a fully involved fire. District 36 RIT had 12 members on location, allowing crews to split up and cover a full 360 of the building. The fire was brought under control and extinguished approximately around 7:30 AM with District 36 RIT being released at approximately 8:00 AM. No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire is still under investigation by the Monmouth County Fire Marshal’s office, Oakhurst District 1 Fire Marshal and Ocean Township Police Detective Sgt. John Green. Great work by Oakhurst Independent Hose Company No. 1, Wanamassa Fire Company and Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and all other units on location and cover assignments.

Full article can be found below:
http://www.app.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2014303260026&nclick_check=1

Mar 26th 3:45pm • 1 Comment

Last Thursday, at 11:13 AM, District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company #1 and Wayside Fire Company #2) were dispatched to Asbury Park for a 3rd alarm working structure fire. Ladder 2-90 and Engine 1-76 quickly called into service and arrived on location while Asbury Park crews were still extinguishing the blaze. District 36 RIT was the second RIT on location, allowing a full 360 view of the structure along with Unexcelled Fire Company RIT. Once the blaze was under control and overhaul was in progress, District 36 RIT was released from the scene per Asbury Fire Command to cover Asbury Park. Ladder 2-90 and Engine 1-76 along with Oakhurst Engine 1-78 provided fire protection for the town while crews on location were cleaning up. Once Asbury Park crews were back in service District 36 RIT was released from the cover assignment. Asbury Park Fire Department has command of the incident.

Mar 18th 10:05pm • No Comments

We would like to wish everyone a Happy St. Patrick's Day today!!! Please engage in today's festivities responsibly!!!

May the blessing of light be on you--
light without and light within.
May the blessed sunlight shine on you
and warm your heart
till it glows like a great peat fire.

Mar 17th 7:28pm • No Comments

We would like to wish one of our own, Firefighter Kyle Williams a happy 23rd birthday!!! We would also like to congratulate one of our own, Firefighter Micheal Estelle on becoming a certified driver on Rescue 2-85!!!

Mar 15th 2:32pm • 2 Comments

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Mar 15th 2:30pm • No Comments

On March 18th, we will be remembering the life of Hannah Duffy, a girl who captured each firefighter's heart in town and we would like you to join us! Come help us celebrate Hannah's birthday at the Sycamore Soccer Complex located at 977 Sycamore Avenue where there will be a balloon release in her honor. Come dressed up in #DuffysATuffy or purple apparel to show your support! We look forward to seeing you all there!

Mar 4th 4:49pm • 1 Comment

This past weekend, members participated in the St. Patrick's Day parade in Belmar. It was an honor, yet alone a pleasure to be involved in such a great community event along with all our brother and sister firefighters from across the state. Below in the photo, you will see members along with Engine 2-75 that represented Wayside Fire Company at the parade. We look forward to seeing everyone again at next year's parade!

Mar 4th 4:40pm • No Comments

In preparation for tomorrow's St. Patrick's Day parade in Belmar, members washed and detailed Engine 2-75 this evening. Be sure to look for us during the parade and take as many photos with us as possible. We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow afternoon!

You can find details about the parade in the link below:
http://www.belmarparade.com/

Mar 1st 10:17pm • 1 Comment

Last Saturday, at 8:19 PM, Wayside Fire Company was dispatched to mile marker 106.5 Northbound Local Lanes of the Garden State Parkway for a motor vehicle on fire. Chiefs 2-66 and 2-67 were first in service and first on location, confirming one vehicle fully involved. The chiefs established command and made sure responding units, along with Tinton Falls EMS had a safe passage and room to work on the parkway. Engine 2-75 along with Lieutenant 2-70 was the first apparatus on location. The crew quickly stretched an 1 3/4" line and made an aggressive but safe push on the vehicle. Once the fire was knocked down and overhaul was complete, fire units were returned back to quarters. Chief 2-66 had command of the incident.

Mar 1st 10:13pm • No Comments

This afternoon, Chief 1-67 and 2nd Lieutenant 2-70 taught new driver/operators how to utilize deck guns and master streams off of Engine 1-78 and Ladder 2-90!

Feb 22nd 7:18pm • 1 Comment

This morning, at 4:27 AM, Wayside Fire Company was dispatched to mile marker 103.6 Northbound Local Lanes of the Garden State Parkway for a 2 car motor vehicle accident with 1 motor vehicle on fire. Chiefs 2-66 and 2-67 were first in service and first on location, confirming one vehicle fully involved. The chiefs established command and made sure responding units, along with Tinton Falls EMS had a safe passage and room to work on the parkway. Engine 2-75 along with Captain 2-68 and Rescue 2-85 along with 2nd LT. 2-70 checked into service at the same time and responded to the scene. Once on location, the crew of Engine 2-75 stretched an inch and three quarter line into service and made an aggressive attack while the crew of 2-85 secured fluid leaks from the other vehicle. Ladder 2-90 showed up shortly after and stretched a three inch supply line to Engine 2-75 just in precaution if additional water was needed. Once the fire was knocked down and overhaul was complete, fire units were returned back to quarters. Chief 2-66 had command of the incident.

Feb 19th 5:43pm • 2 Comments

With all of the snow we have accumulated over the past few weeks, we tend to forget how much of it is actually above our heads. Here is a great article about the advantages and dangers of rooftop snow!

The Advantages, Dangers of Rooftop Snow

www.accuweather.com

That snow on your roof may just help with keeping your home warm--provided there is not too much of it.

Feb 18th 12:33pm • No Comments


 

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