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
Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management's photo.
Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management
An Emergency Services drill will occur this Saturday, June 18th between 6am and 10am at the Jersey Shore Premium Outlets.
This exercise will involve emergency services from multiple agencies in the area, including at Wayside Firehouse located at Heritage Boulevard and Asbury Avenue. This is an advisory notice informing those concerned, that the emergency vehicle activity will be in the area for training purposes.
Jun 16th 6:10pm • No Comments
6/5/16 Vehicle Fire on Garden State Parkway 110.5
Sunday morning, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Pinebrook Fire Company No.3 was dispatched to the Garden State Parkway 107.0 Northbound for a MVA; rollover/working vehicle fire. Chief 2-67 was able to find the fully involved working vehicle fire at 110.5 Northbound Express in the median. Engine 2-75 was first due, quickly stretching an inch and three quarter line into service. Rescue 2-85 was on location shortly after, utilizing the rig to block 2 lanes of traffic to ensure a safe operation area for all units on location. As the crew of Engine 2-75 was suppressing the fire, the crew from Rescue 2-85 opened up the hood with the rotatory saw. The fire was quickly brought under control with no reported injuries.
Chief 2-66 along with Tinton Falls EMS Squad 36-23 and @[102867543101130:274:New Jersey State Police] were also on location. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident.
Jun 7th 9:34am • No Comments
May 2016 Monthly Drill - Vehicle Extrication
Last month, members participated in our monthly drill training. This months training focused on vehicle extrication/stabilization operations - allowing members to train for real life scenarios with overturned/damaged vehicles involved in motor vehicle accidents. Crews worked together on stabilization; utilizing both high and low pressure air bags, @[243660279004645:274:Paratech Fire & Rescue Equipment], and wood for box cribbing. Crews were also able to utilize tool time with the @[238743569505455:274:HURST Jaws of Life] - being able to run 6 tools at one time off of Rescue 2-85's XRT system (Cutter/Spreader/Combination/Ram). Due to our first due response area covering several miles of the Garden State Parkway/Route 18, it is essential that our members and trucks are fully equipped and trained to handle any and every situation that may occur.Thank you our local instructors and officers in supervising and providing us with insight on areas we can improve on to better serve our communities, traveling guests and mutual aid companies. Train hard and train often!
Thank you to @[414761985306413:274:Jersey Shore Fire Photography] for the awesome action shots of the drill. Be sure to give them a follow for more local fire photography!
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Jun 4th 10:58am • No Comments
Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1's video.
Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1
Today Sta-1, Sta-2, & Dist 11 took part in the annual Rude Awakening program for the Class of 2016 at MRHS.
Congrats and best of luck to the Senior Class on your up coming graduation. Have a safe & fun time at your prom this weekend.
Video: E180, R186, R285, E11-72 & U11-87. Wayside Fire and Rescue @ Eatontown FireDepartment.
May 26th 5:29pm • No Comments
Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department
On May 6th, 2016, Ptl. Michael Sevilla, Cpl. Jamie Mayo, and Sgt. John Tallarico responded to a local fast food restaurant for a report of a subject found unconscious in the bathroom.
They found the female subject unconscious, barely breathing, and with a faint pulse.
They determined the subject had overdosed on Heroin and immediately administered Naloxone (Narcan) and rescue breathing, reviving the subject and most likely saving her life.
The subject was treated at the scene by MONOC - New Jersey's Hospital Service Corporation Paramedics and Tinton Falls EMS. She was subsequently transported to the hospital for further treatment.
Please join us in recognizing and thanking these officers for their outstanding efforts. Great job, gentlemen!
May 11th 3:46pm • No Comments