7 hours ago
East Freehold Fire Company Chief Michael Murray’s daughter McKenna was recently diagnosed with a Wilms Tumor. It has grown out of her kidney and up her Inferior Vena Cava vein into her heart. She recently had surgery at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and is continuing her battle. Our Brother's & Sister's are running a fundraiser to help with medical costs. Be sure to check out their page & support the Chief's family. #MarvelousMcKenna ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
Last night members attended our annual Installation of Officers dinner. We would like to give a thank you to North Brunswick Volunteer Fire Company 2 for sending Rescue Engine 205 to cover our response area while members enjoyed a great night out! Thank you again! ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
A state of emergency has been called in the anticipation of precipitation today. Please see the latest briefing from the US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly Their full briefing can be found here: www.weather.gov/media/phi/current_briefing.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
A perspective we seldom get to see. Victims attempting to leave their apartment via a smoke filled hallway are forced to jump out their window. This shows the importance of keeping doors closed and evacuating a building as quickly as possible once a fire alarm is activated. ... See MoreSee Less
And the importance of not dicking around filming and deleting your browser history before getting out.
Idiots. That alarm goes off it's important to get out asap or your options will be limited very quickly.
7 days ago
As firefighters, we often get asked...do you actually go in burning buildings??? Do you save cats from trees??? Well, the answer is yes to both! Yesterday, we were dispatched to assist with a feline stuck in a tree. Firefighters utilized a 35' extension ladder and rescued the scared kitty reuniting her with the owner. ... See MoreSee Less
I’ve never seen a cat skeleton in a tree, so they will come down on their own
I remember the time we declined a "cat in tree" call. 45 minutes later we were dispatched to a "human in tree" call. We got both down with the Snorkel.
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company is feeling excited.
1 week ago
It will be 803
Wow, that's going to be gorgeous!
What Engine is being replaced?
Glad to see you are going with Pierce!!!!
Today we celebrate National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thank you to all of the men and women who help protect us everyday. Especially our own East Brunswick Police Department. #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for keeping us safe and for the job you guys do!
Thank you & God bless you and your family ❤️
be safe always
It great pleasure working with the EB Police on our Fire calls Thank you for your service you are the Best
Thank you for your service be safe
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) as they mourn the loss of Probationary Firefighter Steven H. Pollard.
"It is with deep regret that Mayor Bill de Blasio and FDNY Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro announce the death of Probationary Firefighter Steven H. Pollard.
Commissioner Nigro said, "It's an incredibly sad night for the Pollard family, for the Fire Department family, and for our city. Firefighter Pollard had one and a half years on the job, just starting out. He lost his life tonight in the process of helping others. He was assigned to Ladder Company 170 in Brooklyn. At approximately 10 p.m. they were called to the Belt Parkway just east of Flatbush, to a 2-car accident with injuries. As they were going to help the victims at that accident, Firefighter Pollard slipped through a gap in the roadway and fell to the ground approximately 52 feet below. He was pronounced this evening. It's a terrible loss for the Department, to lose a member just at the beginning of his career like this is devastating to us. He is the 1,151st member of the Bravest to give his life in the service of the people of this city. As his family mourns him, the Department mourns him, and certainly the citizens of our city mourn him. All we can do as a Department is stand beside the family and give them whatever support we can, stand beside the members of his unit at this difficult time for them, and ask for the prayers of everyone in this city for the Pollard family, for retired Firefighter Ray Pollard, his brother Ray Jr., and for their mom and the rest of their extended family for this terrible loss." Mayor de Blasio said, "This is a family who has done so much for New York City and now they're going through this loss and this pain. It's a very, very tough situation."
Probationary Firefighter Pollard's father is retired Firefighter Ray Pollard of Ladder 102 in Brooklyn, and his brother is Ray Pollard Jr, an active member of Ladder Company 114." ... See MoreSee Less
Eternal rest grant unto him.
May God rest this hero and bring comfort to all who loved him.
May his soul rest in peace
Prayers for his family.
So very sorry my prayers are with y’all
Rest In Peace brother
God bless his brave soul. Prayers & condolences for his family and friends 🌷
A little fire service probie humor....."but Lieutenant, you told me to wrap the hydrant with 5 inch" ... See MoreSee Less
3 weeks ago
The 2019 newly elected Line, Bench and Trustee.
Chief: Jeff Withum
Assistant Chief: Michael Rosa
Captain: Scott Anderson
Captain: Andrew Van Emburgh
Lieutenant Willow Street: Chris Grande
Lieutenant Lawrence Brook: Tommy Grande
Lieutenant Dunhams Corner: Gregg Prott
President: Anthony Alexander
Vice President: John Rodgers
Treasurer: Terry Adams
Corresponding Secretary: Eugene Perelman
Recording Secretary: Joe Terrick
5 Year Trustee:
Robert Zelehoski ... See MoreSee Less
So proud of you Tommy Grande! I’ll sleep better knowing you’re on the job🤗
Congratulations and be safe fellas!
Congratulations!! The Line will continue to do an amazing job!!!
Congrats to all
Congrats & thank you all for your volunteer service
Congrats everyone! Thank you for what you guys do everyday.
Congratulations to all!!!
Congrats! Be safe!
Congratulations thank you for your service
Congratulations to Line and Bench Officers
Congratulations be safe
Congrats brothers safe year
Congratulations to all!