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Fire Department Response Totals for the 1/1/2014 to 3/31/2014 quarter.
Data Source – Fire service software reporting system (NFIRS compliance)

Total calls for period: 126

Mount Bethel Fire Company #1
SQUAD 61            71 responses
RESCUE 61          67 responses
UTILITY 61-1        26 responses
CAR 61-2              39 responses

Mount Horeb Fire Company #2
ENGINE 61-2        21 responses
UTILITY 61-2          5 responses
BRUSH 61               1 response

Community Fire Company #3
ENGINE 61-3        38 responses
UTILITY 61-3        16 responses

Washington Valley Fire Company #4
ENGINE 61-4          3 responses
TOWER 61              2 responses

Warren Township Fire Department
Chief 61                  24 responses
Personal                 24 responses

Apr 022014
 

On April 2nd, 2014 at approximately 9:10am the Warren Township Fire Department, Police and Atlantic EMS were dispatched to a reported fire in the structure at 140 Mt Bethel Road. Units en-route were advised that one person was unaccounted for. Upon arrival, the missing individual was located and rescue operations were suspended. The fire was contained to it’s area of origin as the result of sprinklers and was effectively suppressed by first due units. Units on scene were: Squad 61, Engine 61-4, Rescue 61, Tower 61, Utility vehicles 61-4 and 61-1. The Watchung Fire Department was also requested to the scene for backup and one engine from Watchung was present. Five people were evaluated and released on scene by the Atlantic EMS.
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Mar 202014
 

The Warren Township Fire Department, Extrication team, Atlantic EMS and Paramedics responded to a one car accident on Liberty Corner Road. Liberty Corner Fire company also responded. One victim was transported to the hospital. The roadway will be closed for some time as the vehicle will need to be lifted off the wires before the lines can be restored.

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Dec 292013
 

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Warren Fire Car 61-2 & Rescue 61, Watchung Fire Car 60 and Engine 60-108, Berkely Heights Fire Engine 4, Rescue 1 and BH-EMS all operated on scene. One patient was entrapped in the rear of the vehicle. Berkeley Heights Fire units arrived first and went straight to work on stabilizing the vehicle and removing the rear door to get the patient out of the vehicle for EMS.

This rescue is an great example of the superb working relationship that exists between Warren Fire Department, Watching Fire Department and Berkeley Heights Fire Department.

Involved Unit Detail

Warren Fire
Squad 61 – Mt Bethel Station (engine w/ specialized rescue equipment)
Car 61-2 – Asst Chief Car from Mt Bethel Station

Watchung Fire
Car 60 – Watching Fire Chief Car
Engine 60-108 – Watching Engine

Berkeley Heights Fire
Engine 4 – Berkeley Heights Engine
Rescue 1 – Berkeley Heights Rescue Unit
BH- EMS – Berkeley Heights Rescue Squad Ambulance

Dec 292013
 

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MVA with entrapment on King George Road near Cambridge. Warren Fire Department and EMS operated on scene. Car 61 command, Car 61-2 operations and crew from Rescue 61 stabilized the vehicle and removed the patient thought the front window.

Involved Unit Detail

Squad 61 – Mt Bethel Station (engine w/ specialized rescue equipment)
Car 61 – Warren Fire Chief Vehicle
Car 61-2 – Asst Chief Car from Mt Bethel Station

Dec 292013
 
Post office vehicle fire, Dec 24th 2013

Post office vehicle fire, Dec 21st 2013

Car fire at the Warren Post Office on Technology Drive East on December 24th, 2013. Warren FD on scene car 61-2 w/assistant 1 command, squad 61 fire suppression other units on scene engine 61-3, engine 61-4 and tanker 61-1. Fire was knocked down quickly by the crew of Squad 61 before it spread to the adjacent building.

Involved Unit Detail

Squad 61 – Mt Bethel Station (engine w/ specialized rescue equipment)
Engine 61-3 – Community Station
Engine 61-4 – Washington Valley Station
Tanker 61-1 – Water tanker from Washington Valley Station
Car 61-2 – Asst Chief Car from Mt Bethel Station
Assistant 1 – Asst Chief from Mt Bethel Station

Nov 302013
 

The company response totals are in for the 11/1/2012 to 10/31/2013 operating year.  Total Calls the Warren Township Fire Department was dispatched to: 375

As we’ve upgraded our reporting system – these are the latest numbers available. For the quarter 8/1/2013 to 10/31/2013:

Mount Bethel Fire Company – SQUAD 61 – 49 responses

Mount Horeb Fire Company – ENGINE 612 – 7 responses

Community Fire Company – ENGINE 613 – 10 responses

Washington Valley Fire Company – ENGINE 614 – 8 responses

Washington Valley Fire Company – TOWER 61 – 6 responses

Mount Bethel Fire Company – RESCUE 61 – 35 responses

Mount Bethel Fire Company – CAR 612 – 25 responses

Warren Township Fire Department – Chief Car 61 – 18 responses

Personal Vehicle responses – 24 responses

Nov 182013
 

On Sunday November 17th at approximately 11:18AM the Warren Township Fire Department was requested for an Engine Company to respond to North Plainfield Station 50 to provide coverage while they operated at a structure fire. Simultaneously a request to backfill Watchung Station 60 was sent to Somerset County Communications.

Warren Township’s Mount Bethel Fire Company #1 staffed Engine 61-101 and responded into the city of North Plainfield while Warren’s Community Fire Company #3 provided Engine 61-103 for Watchung Station 60.

61-101 was upgraded to an on-scene assignment where they provided manpower for the operation.

 

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Sep 092013
 

Huge thank you for everyone who came out for the Warren Car Show. We had over 470 Race Cars, Antique and Classic Cars in attendance combined with beautiful weather made for an amazing event! The proceeds from the event will go directly to the Fire Department and help fund new equipment and training programs. 1239770_10152219438158868_817092040_n