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The Tabernacle Rescue Squad is pleased to announce that it is now on Facebook. In addition to our regular website all information posted on our site will now be also posted to Facebook.  

If you're a Facebook user, Fan us! Then you’ll get all our posts on your Facebook Home Page. Or you can follow us by clicking on the Facebook links on our website home page.

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Members Graduate EMT-B

The Tabernacle Rescue Squad would like to recognize and congratulate Alexis Gunzelman and Kayla Simpkins in becoming State Certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Beginning in the month of May and for about four weeks following these two spent Monday through Friday attending training adding up to over 120 hours to become trained in the basics of emergency medicine. This accelerated course was completed at Camden County college through Virtua Health and included hospital time and a ride along with Virtua paramedics.

If you see them around, please congratulate them for a job well done for the hard work and dedication to the community.

 

Juliestown Road Building Fire

August 1st, 2011 At 18:36 hours Pemberton Township units where dispatched to 154 Juliestown Road in for a building fire. Deputy 1810 arrived on location with a brush fire that had extended into the building and fire from the roof. D1810 placed "all companies in service" and requested the second alarm. This brought Rescue 4399 (w/6) on the second alarm assignment. Once on location command ordered them to setup rehab. Crews set up rehab using our rehab chairs, wet towels, and bottled water. Crews did medical monitoring and was able to release everyone from Rehab without incident. Crews were released from the scene around 23:33 and returned to the station to restock and resupply.  

Photos: Stephen Cramer

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Fox Hill Drive Dwelling Fire

July 19th, 2011 At 20:16 hours Quint 251, Stations 281, 379,  439, and Cascade 341 where dispatched to 6 Fox Hill drive in Southampton township on the "All Companies In Service" for a dwelling fire. Immediately after this dispatch Rescue 439 was dispatched on the second alarm assignment. C4300 had arrived on location with a large 2 1/2 story single family home with heavy fire on the A/B corner of the home over the garage. The crews made an aggressive interior attack and where able to hold the fire to that corner of the home. A4391, A4392, and R4399 all responded on the assignment with a total of 13 volunteers. Once on location command ordered them to setup rehab at Don's way and Fox Hill Drive. With high heat and humidity the crews set up an extensive rehab using our rehab chairs, wet towels, bottled water, misting fans, and tent. Crews did extensive medical monitoring and was able to release everyone from Rehab without incident. Crews were released from the scene around 23:13 and returned to the station to restock and resupply.  

Photos: Ed Sheasley/George Gerber Jr.

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New Building Update

Progress on the new station is till continuing at a fairly fast pace. Since our last update the steel structure has been completed as well as the steel roof decking. This week the masons have begun the block work and the fire wall between the apparatus bays and administrative space is quickly going up. Stay tuned as our new home becomes reality!!!

 

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Members Graduate EMT-B

The Tabernacle Rescue Squad would like to recognize and congratulate Cassey Karle, Kristina Sheasley, Andrew Sheganoski, and Culyer Vena in becoming State Certified Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Over the past several months these four have spent over 120 hours attending training to become trained in the basics of emergency medicine.

Their training covered topics such as; Airway management, Patient Assessment, Medical Emergencies, Trauma, Children & Pediatric emergencies, and Ambulance operations .

On June 30, 2011 several members traveled to Westampton to witness Cassey Karle, Kristina Sheasley, Andrew Sheganoski, and Culyer Vena receive their certifications in the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center Graduation Ceremony. In addition to receiving his certification Andrew Sheganoski was awarded the academic achievement award for having the highest grade in the class.

If you see them around, please congratulate them for a job well done for the hard work and dedication to the community.

 

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2019
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  82
FEBRUARY  80 
MARCH  83 
APRIL   
MAY   
JUNE   
JULY   
AUGUST   
SEPTEMBER   
OCTOBER   
NOVEMBER   
DECEMBER   
YTD  245

 

2018
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  106
FEBRUARY  87 
MARCH  166 
APRIL  73 
MAY  86 
JUNE  77 
JULY  79 
AUGUST  75 
SEPTEMBER  80
OCTOBER  59 
NOVEMBER  63 
DECEMBER  85 
YTD  1038

 

2017
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  103
FEBRUARY  53 
MARCH  91 
APRIL  92 
MAY  88 
JUNE  84 
JULY  78 
AUGUST  87 
SEPTEMBER  89 
OCTOBER  88 
NOVEMBER  93 
DECEMBER  88 
YTD  1034

 

 

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