Help support our brothers and sisters from Avon Fire Department , Avon by the Sea, NJ on May 30th !

May 17th 12:19pm • No Comments

Wayside Fire Co. is saddened to hear of the passing of Donna Pujat, wife of Fire Marshal Chris Pujat. Our thoughts and prayers are with Chris and his family.

May 17th 12:05pm • No Comments

District 36 RIT (Comprised of Rapid Intervention Team Members from Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 and Wayside Fire Company No. 2) are en route with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 to Sunset Ave in Ocean Twp. (Wanamassa Fire Company primary) for a general alarm working commercial structure fire.

May 14th 8:04am • 1 Comment

Yesterday morning, Wayside Fire Company along with Pinebrook Community Hose and Tinton Falls EMS was dispatched to Park Road for a reported victim crushed. Chief 3-66 quickly called into service and arrived on location finding one victim alert and conscious pinned underneath 6 slabs of granite (16,000-20,000lbs) inside a shipping container. Chief 3-66 then called Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 requesting rescue/manpower to the scene and requested additional units from Asbury Park Fire Department for their technical rescue team. Crews from Rescue 2-85, Rescue 1-86, Engine 1-80, and District 83 worked together in a coordinated effort to secure the load both inside and outside the container with Paratech Fire & Rescue Equipment. After 4 hours of stabilization and adjusting loads to reach the victim, crews were able to safely extricate the victim outside the side of the container who was then handed over to medical care and transported to Jersey Shore University Medical Center.

Chief 36-3-66 had command of the incident.

Job well done by all agencies involved!

We would like to give a huge shoutout to Tinton Falls EMS, MAB-2, MD-1, MONOC Paramedics, Tinton Falls Borough Police Department Tinton Falls Office of Emergency Management and Little Silver Fire Company for the cover assignment!

May 14th 7:57am • 8 Comments

Photos of the current technical rescue operation in progress

May 13th 2:00pm • 3 Comments

Chiefs 3-66, 2-67 along with Rescue 2-85 and 1-86 are on scene with a victim trapped underneath slabs of granite. Technical rescue team from Asbury Park Fire Department requested into the scene for mutual aid.

Monmouth County Police, Fire & EMS

NJ | TINTON FALLS |**TECHNICAL RESCUE**| 45 PARK RD | UNITS O/S W/A SUBJ TRAPPED UNDERNEATH SLABS OF GRANITE, M/A REQ |

May 13th 11:01am • 5 Comments

Wayside Fire Company is involved in painting the town pink this May for breast cancer awareness! More photos to follow of our station and trucks decorated with pink!

Photo courtesy of Bill Burke!

May 12th 9:16am • No Comments

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. As volunteer firefighters, our families, like us, make a sacrifice...missed meals, family events, holidays, etc. While we thank them for being understanding, today we make a special effort to thank our moms for their infinite patience, understanding and all they do for us.

May 10th 6:04pm • No Comments

YOU SCREAM, I SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM!

We would like to wish ex-chief/active firefighter Howie Chervinsky and his beautiful wife Tammy the best of luck on their newest adventure together. Today at noon, they will be opening "The Perfect Scoop" located at 4070 Asbury Ave, here in Tinton Falls right next to the Tinton Falls Center. We are extremely proud of your hard work and dedication for this project and are excited for the future of your business! For all of our friends and followers, please spread the word and stop in today to make opening day a huge success for one of our own!

#SupportLocalBusinesses!
#SupportYourLocalFireDepartments!

Link to "The Perfect Scoop" Facebook Page posted below:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Perfect-Scoop/1377480262568539

May 8th 8:28am • 6 Comments

This afternoon, Ladder 2-90 and Engine 2-75 will be undergoing pump testing by Underwriters Laboratories. It is essential that our pumps are tested annually (according to NFPA standards) to ensure that our apparatuses can perform accurately at its rated capacity so we can safely pump our hand lines and supply lines during an emergency. Thank you UL for your professionalism and dedication to keeping our first responders safe!

May 6th 2:15pm • No Comments

We would like to take this time to thank all past, present and future firefighters' around the world for their unrelenting dedication, commitment, and sacrifice to protect life and property. These individuals rise above the call of duty day in and day out, risking their lives and safety in order to ensure that their communities and environments are as safe as possible. Please take a split second out of your day today to thank a firefighter for all that they have done, are doing, and will continue to do to keep us safe!

For more information on the International Firefighters' Day please check out the link below: http://www.firefightersday.org/

May 4th 7:16pm • 1 Comment

Wayside Apparatus sporting pink bows in support of the Paint the Town Pink Campaign for breast cancer awareness.

May 2nd 9:42am • No Comments

Ladder 36-2-90 undergoing ladder testing by Underwriters Laboratories today. This testing assures that the aerial will operate safely and properly when needed. Thanks UL.

May 1st 10:47am • No Comments

We would like to congratulate firefighter Nick Costa of Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 for his completion of the United States Marine Corps boot camp! Your service as a firefighter, and now marine shows your unparallelled dedication to protect and serve our community and nation at all costs, and we thank you for that. Your brothers and sisters at Station 2 are beyond proud and wish you a safe career.

Welcome home Marine!

Mike Company, Platoon 3030

Apr 28th 3:29pm • 2 Comments

We would like to thank Fail Safe Testing for dedicating their time this morning to test our active and reserve hose lengths. It is essential that are hose lengths are tested annually to ensure that our apparatuses can safely pump and supply water during an emergency when needed, not to mention it gives us the opportunity to replace any hose lengths that are not working up to standard. Thank you again Fail Safe for your continued friendship, hard work and professionalism!

Apr 24th 6:21pm • 1 Comment

Multiple agencies throughout Monmouth County are currently operating at a 4th alarm residential structure fire in Rumson. Please avoid the area if possible as operations continue. To gain additional updates as they are received, please follow Monmouth County Police, Fire & EMS. We are wishing all our brothers and sisters a safe return back home.

#EveryoneGoesHome
#TogetherAsOne
#MonmouthCountyFire

Apr 20th 3:55pm • 1 Comment

This morning, members of Tinton Falls Emergency Services lined up to head the annual little league parade into Hockhockson Park for opening day! We wish all the athletes and teams a successful and injury free season! Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 Northside Engine Company #4 Tinton Falls EMS South #District36

Pictured below:
Ladder 36-2-90
Ambulance 36-22
Engine 36-1-80
Chief 36-3-66
Engine 36-3-77
Ladder 36-4-91
Brush 36-1-94

Apr 18th 12:39pm • No Comments

Some recent photos of Ladder 36-2-90 clearing up at a commercial structure fire on Asbury Ave. and preparing for the St. Patrick's Day Parade in Belmar captured by Ken Ro!

Apr 17th 3:55pm • No Comments

The second week of April each year is know as the National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week! This week, we would like to express our thanks to the Monmouth County Sheriff's Office - Communications Division for everything that you have done, do and will continue to do in order to keep our Police Officers, Firefighters and EMTs safe as they perform their duties!

Apr 17th 3:49pm • No Comments

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 Sunset Ave in Ocean Twp. (Wanamassa primary) for a General Alarm for a working commercial structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 2-66 along with Engine 1-78 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 10 RIT members. Chief 1-66 assumed RIT Command and staged the RIT crew on the A/D corner of the structure while crews from Oakhurst and Wanamassa were venting/suppressing the fire. Great job by all agencies involved! Oakhurst Independent Hose Company No. 1 Wanamassa Fire Company

#EveryoneGoesHome

Apr 15th 4:37pm • 1 Comment

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 McCabe Ave in Bradley Beach for a 2nd Alarm working residential structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 1-67, 2-66 along with Engine 1-76 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 13 RIT members. Chief 2-66 assumed RIT Command and split up crews into 2 teams being able to monitor a full 360 of the structure on both the A/D corner and B/C corner. Great job by all agencies involved! Bradley Beach Fire Department Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Neptune City Fire Dept @Avon Fire Department , Avon by the Sea, NJ

Apr 1st 6:19pm • 1 Comment

Thursday evening, members of Wayside Fire Company No. 2 and Tinton Falls Fire Company No. 1 attended Middletown Township Fire Department Training Academy to practice and advance their fire-ground skills through live burn training. Crews worked together on advancing multiple hand lines for fire suppression, throwing ladders/ladder placement, victim search and rescue techniques such as VEIS, and engine pump training. Thank you to the instructors of Middletown Fire Academy for supervising and providing us with insight on areas we can improve on to better serve our communities and mutual aid companies. Train hard and train often! #Distrcit36 #District36RIT #WaysideFireCompany #TintonFallsFireCompany #Brotherhood

Mar 28th 11:26am • No Comments

Yesterday 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 Emery Ave in Neptune Twp. for a 2nd Alarm working residential (apartment complex) structure fire. Chiefs 1-66, 1-67, 2-66 along with Engine 1-76 and Rescue 2-85 responded to the call totaling 14 RIT members. Chief 1-67 assumed RIT Command and split up crews into 2 teams being able to monitor a full 360 of the structure on both the A and C sides. Due to the amount of manpower the RIT team had, we were able to spare some members to assist in overhaul once the fire was knocked down and under control. Another great job by all agencies involved in an aggressive but safe stop to the fire! Hamilton Fire Company @Liberty Fire Company Shark River Hills Fire Company Unexcelled Fire Company - Neptune NJ Neptune OEM - Office of Emergency Management

Mar 26th 5:23pm • 1 Comment


 

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