Friday, February 15, 2013 10:00
Today, WAWA opened their newest location in Manalapan at the intersection of Woodward Rd. and Rt. 33. The WAWA Corporation kindly invited our Fire Department along with the Police Dept., First Aid Squad, & Township officials. WAWA strongly recognized and thanked all Emergency personnel in the township. WAWA made and donated 500 Sandwiches to the local Monmouth county Food Bank. WAWA also donated $1000.00 to a charity of this department’s choice. Manalapan Twp. Fire Co #1 chose the Union Beach Disaster Relief Fund. As many of you know Manalapan Twp. Fire Co #1 went to Union Beach Fire Dept. shortly after the storm to give assistance to their emergency services and give those guys a break for a while. We would like to thank WAWA for their generous donation to a very important charity. Welcome to the south side of town...
Sunday, February 10, 2013 01:03
Manalapan Fire Co. 1 was called into Upper Freehold Township (Hope Fire Co.) for a tanker task force assignment. Tanker 26-2-96 and Engine 26-2-78 responded to the scene.
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 0147
On 01/22/2013 @ 01:47 hours, Stations 26-2 and 12-1 were dispatched to Gus's Diner for a report of smoke and flames from the roof from a passerby. 26-2-66 arrived and confirmed smoke and flames coming from the roof area where the new addition meets the existing building. 26-2-90 went on location and started an interior attack on the fire, while 12-1 established a water supply and backup line. 2 La...dder trucks from 26-1 arrived and gained access to the roof. Interior crews knocked down the fire in the ceiling, and conducted overhaul while looking for additional hotspots.15-1 provided Engine & man Power , 19-2 provided a RIT team while 16-1 and Jamesburg provided coverage for any additional calls in 26-2 and 12-1's respective districts. Great job by all responders. The scene was cleared by 26-2-66 at approximately 04:45 with no reported injures. The fire is currently investigation by the MCFM office and MPD.
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 1746
On 1/16/2013 @ 17:46 Hours, Stations 26-2 & 12-1 were dispatched to 37 Atrium Way in Manalapan for a Vehicle Fire. The first units arrived to find a van belonging to an unknown carpet company. The Van was fully engulfed and only 4-5 feet away from the residence. The van contained carpet and various tools. Station 26-1 was also dispatched by the First Chief on scene. The fire was knocked down by 12-1 & 26-2. Foam was used after emptying the contents of the van. Only structure damage was to the garage door and frame. Great job done by all. The fire is being investigated by the MCFM office and MPD
Friday, January 4, 2013
A fire broke out on the first floor of a two-story home on North Parsonage Way Friday afternoon that was quickly knocked out. The fire ignited in the laundry room and did not extend to any other rooms, according to Manalapan Township Fire Company #1 Fire Chief Ryan Perrone.Manalapan Township Fire Company #1, the Englishtown Fire Department, and the Gordons Corner Fire Company all responded to the scene along with patrolmen from the Manalapan Police Department. The home is owned by Charles Marchese, according to New Jersey Tax Records. No one was hurt in the fire, although family members were home at the time that it ignited.Manalapan Township Fire Marshall Rick Hogan was on the scene investigating after the fire was extinguished. The cause of the fire is still under investigation by Hogan as of Friday evening.An Englishtown Fire Department member said that the cause of the fire is currently under investigation, but they were informed over the radio that the fire may have stemmed from the dryer in the upstairs laundry room.Story ByKatrina Rossos Manalapan.Patch.com
Tuesday, January 1, 2013
The Manalapan Twp Fire Co # 1 would like to wish everyone a Happy, Healthy & Safe New Year 2013.Congratulations to Our 2013 Line & Executive OfficersChief Ryan PerroneAssistant Chief Adam KeaneyCaptain Michael Auletta1st Lieutenant Elliot Belote2nd Lieutenant Doug FruehEngineer Sonny SorscherPresident Eric SacksVice President James ThompsonTreasurer Santoso LessiohadiSecretary Frank TanseyRecording Secretary Ian ErndlTrustees, Joe Spevak , John Marini, Sonny Sorcsher, Richie Primiano
Friday, December 14, 2012 0959 hrs
At 09:59 hours, 12/14/12. Stations 26-2 & 12-1. Were dispatched for a Motor Vehicle Accident in front of 64 Main Street, in Englishtown. Upon arrival, units found a fully loaded dump truck filled with stone on it's side, resting on a Mini School Bus. The truck apparently lost control, first striking a white SUV, then rolled over, landing on the bus. Luckily there were no injuries, and no children on the bus. Boyce's Towing arrived with 3 heavey duty tow trucks, and bulldozer to upright the truck and push all the stone away to remove the Bus. Great job done by all...
Sunday, October 7, 2012 10m -4 pm
Come join the Manalapan Twp Fire Company # 1, for our Annual Open House & Red Cross Blood Drive.
Live Fire Demos - Smoke house, Kids Bouncy FIRE TRUCK SLIDE, Meet
Smokey the Bear, Learn new Fire Saftey tips, Meet you local Fire
Fighters, Take pictures with our trucks, FREE FOOD.... FREE Gifts with
Blood Donations. Every year we average around 100-120 pints of
Blood. The Blood Bank is in desperate need of Blood as they are
extreamly low this year. PLEASE come out to support the cause.
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
This week is Fire Prevention Week. To do our part in the community, members of Manalapan Twp Fire Co # 1, went to the local pre-school and daycare facility to share some important infomation on fire saftey and give the children there a tour of our Fire Truck. From the looks of it, they all had a good time. Take a second and check out our photos from the event.
Sunday, October 2, 2011
Manalapan Twp Fire Co #1, Hosted it's Annual Open house and Blood Drive on October 2, 2011. As usual we had a huge turn out. The support from the community was great. We recieved 91 pints of blood from donors, for the RED CROSS. We had the Fire Saftey Trainer from the St Barnabas Burn center, Which teaches children what to do during a real fire and who to call. We trained people from the community on how to operate a fire extingusher using a real live fire simulator. We had kids use a real live fire hose to put out a mock fire. We had a HUGE Fire Truck Slide for kids to enjoy, and did Fire and CO alarm training. This is all for FIRE SAFTEY WEEK. Anyone in the Community wishing to be trained on fire extingusher saftey, please call the fire house to set up a time. This is good for schools, groups of parents, and any community leaders. Call the Fire House @ 732-462-1112.
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