Make sure you get your orders in to support the East Brunswick PBA Local 145!!
The East Brunswick P.B.A. Local 145 will be hosting a Chicken and Ribs Fundraiser at the Chelsea (606 Cranbury Road) on September 21st, 2018, from 4 pm - 7 pm. All food for the event was graciously donated by the Chelsea. Proceeds raised will benefit future East Brunswick P.B.A. charitable events including support to local charitable groups such as the Aldersgate Food Bank and Crisis Room (569 Ryders Lane). The Crisis Room is a major outreach of Aldersgate Church which encompasses a food bank that provides food to hundreds of families each month. Additionally, there is a Thrift Shop which sells clothing and other items at very low prices to needy families. The proceeds earned from the Thrift Shop are used to purchase food for the Food Bank.
Place your pre-orders no later than September 14th by calling 732-651-6100. The East Brunswick P.B.A. would like to thank the Chelsea for their continued support. ... See MoreSee Less
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East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 4 new photos.
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Great job by the Pasco County Fire Rescue in Florida. You never know what you may respond to.
Pasco Fire Rescue responds to a child’s arm trapped in a pool skimmer pipe
DADE CITY Fla (August 29, 2018) – At approximately 3:00 PM Pasco County Fire Rescue 911 received a call of a child’s arm entrapped in a pool pipe in the 34000 Block of Sahalee Loop in Dade City.
When Firefighters arrived, they reported an adolescent male in the shallow end of a pool, with his arm stuck in a PVC skimmer pipe.
Firefighters on the scene set up command and started to remove the pool decking that was covering the pipe by using hammers and chisels. Command on scene called for assistance from Pasco County facilities for a jackhammer to free the boy's arm.
It took approximately an hour and fifteen minutes to dig under the pool deck, cut the PVC pipe the boy's arm was entrapped in, and free the boy. A section of the pipe remained on the boy's arm, and he was transported to a local hospital to have the pipe removed.
It was determined that the boy was playing in the pool, stuck his arm into the PVC skimmer pipe, and was unable to remove his arm from the pipe. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job!! God bless all ..
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Interested in serving your community? Take a look at our 2017 year in review and reach out to us about membership! firstname.lastname@example.orgEAST BRUNSWICK INDEPENDENT FIRE COMPANY located in central new jersey ... See MoreSee Less
Job well done by you guys east brunswick is blessed to have you guys serving the community
On August 18, 2018 in the early morning Pine Beach Police Department K-9 Officer Russell Okinsky and his family lost their home and everything in it as a result of a tragic fire. Everyone inside the residence was able to evacuate to safety. K-9 Keto was trapped in the basement along with Officer Okinsky's other dog, Lola. They were rescued shortly after the arrival of the Beachwood Vol. Fire Department, Pine Beach Volunteer Fire Company No.1, Manitou Park Volunteer Fire Company, Toms River Fire Company 2, and Toms River Fire Dept., Company #1. Thanks to their heroic actions, Keto and Lola were brought to safety where they could be treated on scene and transported by Beachwood Emergency Medical Services to GSVS Pet Hospital, where they remain, to recover from their smoke inhalation. We wish everyone a speedy recovery and hope the Officer is able to rebuild his home quickly.
For those wishing to support Officers Okinsky & Keto donations can be made to the below.
Check or Money Orders only made to
PBA 253 with, "Officer Okinsky" written in the memo.
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Congratulations to Tyler Pepe on passing Firefigter I at the Middlesex County Fire Academy. The course includes a total of 192 hours of training broken into 64 3‑hour lessons in: fire behavior, safety, ladder skills, hose skills, SCBA skills, forcible entry and ventilation, salvage, hazardous materials awareness & operations, and fire attack. We wish you a lifetime of safe firefighting. ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats Tyler Pepe on Job well done
Congrats! Question? For you to become a Firefighter, do you have to take that class?
Congratulations Tyler!!!! Be safe!!!!🔥 🚒
Thank you guys!!!
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company added 3 new photos.
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Coverage of today's school bus accident we responded to on the Turnpike. Excellent work by all agencies involved to handle a large number of patients. Our thoughts & prayers are with everyone for a speedy recovery.
www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/08/bus_involved_in_crash_on_new_jersey_turnpike_polic.html ... See MoreSee Less
what the heck is with all these school bus crashes and accidents in the past few months?
Thoughts and prayers go out for all on the bus need to stop asap need better laws for our children no more then 45 mph with children present
God Bless you all!!!
God bless all for a quick recovery and great job by rescue team
Prayers to all involved.
East Brunswick Independent Fire Company shared Manchester Police's 4 Officers Injured When Motorist Strikes Stopped Vehicle.
2 months ago
It's unfortunate we continue to see videos such as this. We are glad to hear the four officers and civilians will be okay. When you see flashing lights stopped on the roadway, slowdown and if safely able to, move over a lane.
Four Manchester Township Police officers and another man sustained injuries after a driver struck a stopped vehicle during a motor vehicle stop on Route 37 Thursday night.
At approximately 11:13 p.m., Ptl. Gavin Reilly and members of the Manchester Township Police Department’s Narcotics Enforcement Team stopped a 1997, Ford Explorer on Route 37 eastbound near Northampton Boulevard in Toms River. At approximately 11:39 p.m., while officers were conducting their investigation, a Ford Expedition which was traveling eastbound struck the stopped Explorer. At the time of crash, officers had the driver of the Explorer outside of the vehicle and under arrest.
Several officers were outside of their cars near the Explorer at the time of the collision. The driver of the Expedition, 39-year-old, Christopher Zarro of Manchester, immediately stopped after the crash and got out of his vehicle. Zarro did not appear to be injured and refused medical treatment.
The collision injured four Manchester Township Police officers; Sgt. Richard Mazza, Ptl. Christian Nazario, Ptl. Gavin Reilly and Ptl. Peter Manco. Injuries to Mazza, Nazario, and Reilly were minor in nature and ranged from two injured knees and an injured elbow to an injured hand. All three officers did not require additional medical treatment at the scene. The fourth officer, Ptl. Manco, sustained injuries to both knees and lower legs and was transported to Community Medical Center in Toms River by Quality Medical Transport where he was treated and released. The man arrested during the initial motor vehicle stop sustained minor injuries to his back and legs but refused medical attention at the scene.
Zarro was arrested and charged with Driving While Intoxicated by the Toms River Police Department. The motor vehicle crash and DWI incident are being investigated by the Toms River Police Department’s Traffic Safety Unit. Also assisting with the crash were officers from the Toms River Police Department’s Patrol Division.
This incident comes just one day before Governor Phil Murphy officially dedicates a section of Interstate195 in honor of New Jersey State Police Trooper Marc K. Castellano, who in 2010, was killed in the line of duty when he was struck by a vehicle while on the shoulder of that highway.
We would like to remind drivers that it is the law (NJ Title 39:4-92.2) to slow down, and if safe, #MoveOver – away from police, fire crews, paramedics and tow truck drivers when they see flashing lights on the side of the road. Drivers are encouraged to visit www.moveoverlaw.com for more information. ... See MoreSee Less
I lived in the development where State Trooper Marc loved. That was the toughest week to witness what his family had to go through and I made a promise to be aware, so that if the car next to me needed to get over, they could. Glad this wasn’t more serious. Stay safe and thank you all for what you do each day.