East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 2 new photos.
22 hours ago
Thank you to Girl Scout Troop 81165 who came for a tour and brought us a bunch of goodies!!! Greatly appreciated & we love the sayings! ... See MoreSee Less
6 days ago
Thank you to all who have served protecting our Nation. ... See MoreSee Less
1 week ago
Congratulations to Firefighter Jackie Guas & her wife Heather on the birth of their daughter, Madison Kadence. The Officers & Members wish you a lifetime of health & happiness! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
Daylight Savings is also a great time of year to change the batteries in your smoke & carbon monoxide alarms! They save lives!!! ... See MoreSee Less
did you know Kidde recalled over 1.5 MILLION fire extinguishers for malfunctions? Go to www.kidde.com to see if yours is one of the bad ones.
Kidde Logo | Product Safety Recall Summary: This product recall involves two styles of Kidde disposable fire extinguishers: •Plastic handle fire extinguishers •Plastic push-button fire extinguishers This Recall does not include Kidde Professional or Badger branded fire extinguishers. Units with metal handles/valve assemblies are not included in the recall. •Read the Full Announcement on the CPSC Website (Opens in a new browser window) •Frequently Asked Questions (Opens in a new browser window) Follow These Steps: 1. View the following links to determine if you have an affected model: • Plastic handle fire extinguishers: Open to view the Fire Extinguisher ID Guide (Opens in new browser window) • Push-Button Fire Extinguishers: Open to view the Fire Extinguisher ID Guide (Opens in new browser window) 2. If you believe that you may have an affected model, before continuing, also use the Fire Extinguisher ID Guide (link above) to locate and collect your Model Number, Serial Number, and Date Code (if applicable). The Date Code is a 10-digit number printed on the side of your fire extinguisher, near the bottom. Digits five through nine represent the day and year of manufacture, and these five numbers are what you will need to proceed. 3. When you are ready to proceed, select your unit from the list below. Note: If you have a push button model used on a personal watercraft such as a JET SKI®, be sure to select the personal watercraft option. Plastic Handle Push Button Push Button Watercraft
3 weeks ago
Congratulations to Life Member Scott Kelton & his wife Cecile on the birth of their son Phillip Kevin, born 7lbs 9oz on October 30th. Phillip is named after his Grandfather, Past President, Treasurer & Life Member Phil Kelton. We wish your family a lifetime of health and happiness! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Scott, and family.
A lifetime of health and happiness to you and your family Scott Kelton!
Beautiful baby - congratulations to all!
Congratulations to the Kelton Family!
Congratulations you guys!! That's awesome
Congratulations to you and your wife. He looks beautiful and has a cute big sister.
Congratulations, Scott and Cecile. I was a firefighter in Dunham's Corner when EBIFC opened that station. Your Dad was our Lieutenant. I remember you as a little kid 🙂
Another year at the Wildwood Firemen's Convention has come to a close. A wonderful weekend of seeing the latest vendors have to offer with apparatus & gear as well as bonding with our second family. A huge thank you to our brothers from Maryland, the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company for volunteering their time & sleeping in our quarters ensuring we had fire protection for our response area!!! They were kept busy with a number of calls for service and we greatly appreciate the help from "Station 6". ... See MoreSee Less
Snorkel 809, a 1968 Seagrave/Pierce/Pitman 75’ was originally purchased by Union City, NJ this rig was rehabbed by Hahn in 1985. It served us for 38 years until being replaced in 2010 with a Seagrave 75’ rear mount quint. While new apparatus typically receive a “wet-down” to welcome them into the department, we instead held a de-commissioning ceremony in honor of this rig’s faithful service for so many years. Many members will remember the distinct sound of the motor that could be heard blocks away.youtube.com ... See MoreSee Less
Loved that truck. Put out a lot of fire during her service.
It's sitting in a garage in NY owned by a guy named Andy Leider. He "rescues" old apparatus from the graves and tries to get them restored or over to someone that will. I have seen pictures and video of this place including a shot of 809.
809 was my favorite.....aside from the Ward LaFrance....
Great truck! Was critical in fighting fires in South River when wires were in the way.
East Brunswick's Snorkle and South River's Yellowbird were firefighting icons of the time.
Sixteen years ago we lost our innocence. We lost many, many good people. Today and everyday continue to think about those that lost a loved one that day or continue to be effected by sickness from the rescue efforts. Never forget. ... See MoreSee Less