On May 30th, 2019 Van 44 came across an MVC at the corner of Easton and Cedar. Once it was confirmed with injuries, Rescue 56 which was traveling on Easton Ave with 2 EMT’s on board quickly responded. Once on scene, the crew assessed 1 patient with a minor arm injury. Patient care was transferred on the arrival of RWJ BLS.
Thursday, May 23, 2019 Fire District No. 1 responded to a report of a working fire at 162 Beckett Place. First arriving units found a working fire in an attached garage of a condo in the middle of the row. An aggressive interior attack limited the damage to the unit of origin. No injuries were reported. The fire is under investigation by the Franklin Township Fire Marshal’s Office.
On May 3, 2019 Fire District No. 1 responded to a fully involved car fire on Millstone River Road. No injuries were reported.
On April 25, 2019 Fire District No.1 responded to a reported structure fire at 17 Norwich Place. A large mutual aid response bought this fire under control in approximately 5 hours. 8 units were damaged which left the building uninhabitable. There were two firefighter injuries reported and one domestic pet was rescued. The fire is under investigation by the Somerset County Prosecutors, Franklin Township Police and the Franklin Township Fire Marshals.
This evening at 18:36 hours District 1 companies were dispatched to New Brunswick Rd for a report of a fence on fire. Engine 562 arrived on scene with smoke showing. Moments later Deputy Chief 56 upgraded the assignment to a working structure fire. The 5 man crew from Engine 562 stretched a 1 3/4 inch attack line to extinguish the fire, the crew then assisted other district companies with overhaul. All units were cleared and the scene was turned over to fire prevention in approximately 1 hour.
This afternoon at 13:06 hours our RIT was requested into Bound Brook for the 2nd alarm structure fire. Rescue 56 responded with a crew of 6 along with Chief 56. Once on scene the crew arrived they preformed their initial size up and continued to conduct 360 degree walkarounds through the duration of the fire. The crew stood by without incident and was clear in approximately 2 hours.
This afternoon at 14:03 hours our engine was requested into Piscataway to standby at River Road’s firehouse while they operated on a structure fire. Engine 562 responded with a 3 man crew and stood by for approximately 2 1/2 hours. During the cover assignment the crew responded with Ladder 27 to a mulch fire. On arrival the crew stretched the 1 3/4 inch bumper line to extinguish the fire. Units were clear of the fire in approximately 10 minutes. Engine 562 was clear of Piscataway at approximately 16:30.
At 12:40 hours while clearing a previous call, Station 56 and the rest of Fire Dist. 1 were dispatched to 130 Belmont Dr for a reported dumpster fire. Deputy 56 arrived, confirming the working fire, E562 arrived first due and stretched a line for extinguishment. Units remained on scene for extensive overhaul.
On Tuesday, March 12, 2019 at approximately 16:21 hours a structure fire at 1815 Amwell Road was reported by a passerby. Fire District No.1 companies, Franklin Township Fire Prevention and mutual aid from Fire District No. 3 responded. The fire was paced under control in about 90 minutes. No one was hurt during the fire however, a family pet perished. The fire is under investigation by the Franklin Township Fire Prevention Department.
https://www.mycentraljersey.com/story/news/crime/jersey-mayhem/2019/03/13/franklin-fire-damages-amwell-road-house-no-one-hurt/31497Franklin fire damages Amwell Road house, no one hurt51002/ via @MyCentralJersey