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

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

We would like to congratulate all of the award recipients who were recognized at the June 3rd, 2016 200 Club of Monmouth County Awards Luncheon.

We would like to congratulate our own, Ex-Deputy Chief Donald Wanamaker and Firefighter/EMT Scott Ritter along with Asbury Park Fire Department Captain Robert Pasquariello, Firefighter/EMT Paul Annunziata and Firefighter/EMT Keith Dilello for receiving the 200 Club Medal of Merit for their life saving efforts during a technical rescue on May 13th, 2015.

Job well done by all!

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Jun 14th 9:07pm • 3 Comments

Great work today by FF Estelle and LT. Williams when they noticed an American flag decoration on the ground at town hall!

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Jun 13th 3:06pm • 2 Comments

Tuesday 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 Myrtle Ave in Neptune Twp. for a General Alarm working residential structure fire. Chiefs 2-67 along with Engine 1-78, Rescue 2-85 and Ladder 2-90 responded to the call totaling 12 RIT members. Captain 2-68 assumed RIT Command and staged 2 RIT crews on the A side and C side of the structure while crews from Neptune FD were venting/suppressing the fire. RIT crews ensured multiple means of egress for firefighters working interior by throwing ladders and clearing off the plywood on the windows. 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
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Jun 9th 6:05pm • No Comments

Tuesday afternoon, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 along with Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Northside Engine Co. 4 was dispatched to Leland Terr. for a working brush fire. Chief 1-66 was first on location, confirming an address change to the actual fire which was located on Majestic Ave in the Lincroft section of Middletown Twp. With this, Chief 1-66 requested additional units in from Middletown Twp. from Stations 9 and 10to assit. Engines 1-78 and 2-75 were on location, utilizing water cans/saws/hooks/brush rakes etc. to bring the fire under control. There were no reported injuries. Chief 1-66 had command of the incident.

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Jun 9th 5:56pm • No Comments

Tuesday morning, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Pinebrook Fire Company No. 3 was dispatched to Hope Rd. for a fire alarm. Shortly after the initial dispatch, both companies were re-dispatched for a heavy smoke condition. Chief 2-67 quickly called on location advising units of a working fire with the fire pump/generator on the 1st division on the C side of the structure. Due to this, Chief 2-67 requested an additional Engine to the scene yielding in the response of Engine 1-78 from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1. Ladder 2-90 was first due, quickly stretching an inch and three quarter line into service. Engine 1-78 and Engine 3-76 were on location shortly after, utilizing their crews to overhaul and vent the structure . The fire was quickly brought under control with no reported injuries. Chief 2-66 had command of the incident.

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Jun 9th 5:45pm • No Comments

Intial video of Engine 2-75 arriving on location on the Garden State Parkway 110.5 Northbound Express and stretching an 1 3/4" line into service.

6/5/16 Vehicle Fire

Jun 7th 9:39am • No Comments

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 New Jersey State Police were also on location. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident.

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

Wayside Fire and Rescue is always looking for new members. If you have ever thought of becoming a firefighter, please go to our website, download and fill out the application and stop by the firehouse or contact us. We'll be happy to discuss requirements, training and benefits of being a firefighter in Tinton Falls. All are welcome. Help us help you! Become one of Tinton Falls Bravest.

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Jun 5th 10:46am • No Comments

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, Paratech Fire & Rescue Equipment, and wood for box cribbing. Crews were also able to utilize tool time with the 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 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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#Brotherhood

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! @[209948672009:274:KME Fire Apparatus] #Distrcit36 #WaysideFireCompany #Brotherhood

Jun 4th 10:58am • No Comments

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

Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management

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.

May 30th 5:26am • No Comments

Today we congratulate LT. Kyle Williams on his graduation from the Ocean County Police Academy. LT. Kyle Williams was awarded the Joseph A. Perna Leadership Award by the Ocean County Chiefs of Police of the State of New Jersey for displaying exceptional leadership abilities as an officer. Best of luck in your new career and stay safe, brother.

May 26th 6:05pm • 6 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

On Monday afternoon, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 was dispatched to State Route 33 for a working vehicle fire. Chief 2-67 quickly called onto location and confirmed one vehicle fire already extinguished with the use of dry chem. Engine 2-75 was on location shortly after, utilizing a water can to hit hot spots after opening up the hood to the vehicle. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident.

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May 18th 5:18pm • No Comments

A job well done by our local Police Officers and EMS Personnel involved in the save!!!
Borough of Tinton Falls Police Department
@Tinton Falls Emergency EMS
#District36
#OneTownOneTeam

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

From our family to yours, we would like to wish all the mothers out there a very special and happy mother's day!

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May 8th 12:11pm • No Comments

Last weekend, Wayside Fire Company No. 2 along with Pinebrook Fire Company No. 3 and Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 were dispatched to Gait Court for a reported dumpster fire. Chief 2-67 was first on location confirming a working dumpster fire. Engine 2-75 quickly arrived on location and utilized its deck gun to eliminate the blaze and protect the surroundings. Engine 1-78 was also on location with its crew assisting Engine 2-75. Chief 2-67 had command of the incident.

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May 7th 12:44pm • 3 Comments


 

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