Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management's post.
Due to impending rain, Memorial Day services have been moved from the soccer complex to Tinton Falls Fire Company #1. The 11 AM start time remains the same.
Wayside Fire and Rescue shared Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1's video.
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.
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!
Please join us in congratulating and welcoming our two newest officers, Ptl. Christopher Mills and Ptl. Adrian Reyes.
Welcome to the Tinton Falls family, gentlemen. Best of luck in your careers!
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NJSP Loses Trooper in Tragic Accident
West Trenton, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police family is mourning the death of one of our troopers who died overnight from injuries sustained in the line of duty.
Around 8:15 p.m. Monday, Trooper Sean Cullen, 31, had responded to the scene of a crash on southbound 295, milepost 23.4 in West Deptford Township. Tpr. Cullen was walking near that crash where there was an active car fire and several fire and police vehicles with emergency lights on when a vehicle struck him as it was passing the scene. The 22 year old woman who was driving stopped immediately. She cooperated with State Police investigators.
Tpr. Cullen sustained severe injuries to his head and was airlifted to Cooper hospital in Camden.
His family members and numerous troopers and law enforcement personnel from several different agencies held vigil late into the night at the hospital. Doctors pronounced him deceased shortly after 12:30 a.m. Colonel Rick Fuentes broke the news to those gathered in a waiting room.
Tpr. Cullen was a member of the 154th State Police Class. He was stationed at Bellmawr Station and had been a trooper about two years.
The investigation into the crash is still ongoing. There have been no charges or tickets against the driver that struck Tpr. Cullen. Further information will be released as it becomes available.
The fire chief in a wealthy community on the Jersey Shore suffered a heart attack Saturday while his crew fought a roaring fire in a large home, authorities said.