On Monday July 4th members marched in the annual Milltown Parade. We were happy to take home 1st Place Best Appearing Overall. ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company updated their cover photo.
July 4th, 2016 ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday at Sayreville Fire Department's 100th Anniversary Parade our antique and Squad 806 both took second place best appearing. ... See MoreSee Less
From the Officers & Members, Happy Father's Day to all the Dad's out there!!! ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 3 new photos.
Yesterday the fire company was dispatched at 15:57 hours to a working structure fire on Messler St. Crews arrived to find heavy fire on the C side of the structure bringing it to a 2nd alarm fire. Multiple lines were stretched and crews made an interior push on the fire while searches were conducted. Ultimately crews were forced to evacuate and go defensive for a short period of time. Crews were then able to re-enter and extinguish the blaze. We remained on scene for a number of hours performing overhaul. A big thank you to our mutual aid companies for covering the district while we operated. ... See MoreSee Less
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 2 new photos.
This evening members are flowing water through Truck 809 as we familiarize ourselves with our loaner engine "805". We will be running acting 805 until repairs are made to our engine that was struck blocking an accident scene. ... See MoreSee Less
The Colors flying proudly between Truck 809 & Truck 709. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning we had the honor of flying the American Flag between Truck 809 & Old Bridge Volunteer Fire Department's Truck 709 as the NJ Law Enforcement Torch Run came through East Brunswick with many Law Enforcement groups including the Middlesex County Sheriff's Office & East Brunswick Police Department. ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday the fire company was dispatched to a reported car fire on the NJ Turnpike. Squad 806 arrived to find a fully involved car fire underneath an overpass. A line was stretched & the fire extinguished. We remind all that when you see emergency lights on the roadways, please slow down & move over. ... See MoreSee Less
Linda HopeI was just thinking, why cars were zooming by so close & fast... we should care about our fire & police officers & respect their flashing lights. Stop- slow down- and/or move way over... whatever the situation calls for.1 month ago
The Officers and Members would like to congratulate Lieutenant Michael Kowalksi & his new wife Tara on their wedding day. We wish you a lifetime of health & happiness. A BIG thanks to Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company for standing by with an Engine. ... See MoreSee Less