Storm Keeps Crews Busy

January 8th, 2011 As snow began to fall across the area the crew received the first of 4 accidents for the day. At 10:06 hrs Stations 289, 281 and Taskforce 43 were dispatched to Route 206 & Tuckerton Road for a motor vehicle accident. C2800 arrived on location to find one vehicle that slid off the roadway and struck a telephone pole with negative injuries and held the assignment to station 281. Then at 14:12 hrs TF43 was dispatched to Patty Bowker Road and New road for a reported motor vehicle accident. Just shortly after that at 14:15 hrs TF43 was also dispatched to Old Indian Mills road and Flyatt Road for a second MVA into a pole. C4300 was en route to the first call an diverted to this location. C4300 arrived to find one vehicle that had gone off the roadway into a pole with negative injuries and recalled A4392. A4392 then diverted to the Patty Bowker road call along with A4391. 43900 arrived on location with a single off the roadway. 43900 requested 1 BLS and no need for fire services. A4391 proceeded in to the location and assisted with getting 3 refusals before returning to service. Then at 21:23 hrs TF43 was dispatched to 1165 Chatsworth road for an MVA vehicle into the pole. 43902 went responding and was advised by communication that it was reported to be a one vehicle MVA into a pole unknown extent of injuries. 43902 arrived on location to find a corrected location of mile marker 9 with one vehicle into a pole with the pole on the ground and telephone wires down. A4392 arrived and began to assess the driver of the vehicle. With the driver in the hands of the BLS crew 43902 held the assignment to 4392, 4314 and 4319. Upon arrival 4314's crew secured the vehicle and 4319 assisted with traffic control. A4392 transported the driver to a local hospital for an evaluation. Once the BLS unit cleared all units were released and returned to service.

 

Rehab Responds to Woodland Twp Dwelling

Decmeber 17th, 2010 At 09:40 hours Rehab 439 was dispatch to 6 Baptist Road for the working dwelling fire. Crews were on location with Heavy fire throughout a 2 1/2 story single family dwelling. R4399 responded and upon arrival setup and established a rehab area. A4394 clearning a previous assignment also responded and upon arrival assited with rehba. Both units cleared the scene at 11:20 hrs.

 

Rehab Responds to Southampton 2nd alarm

Decmeber 16th, 2010 At 09:37 hours Rehab 439 was dispatch on the second alarm to 12 Mill Chase Drive for the working dwelling fire. Crews were on location with Heavy fire on the second floor of a 2 1/2 story single family dwelling. R4399 responded and upon arrival setup and established a rehab area. R4399 cleared the scene at 11:21 hrs.

 

New Ambulance has Arrived

This past week Chief Jackson and Captain Klotz flew out to Columbus and headed off to the Horton Plant located in Grove City. Once there the two met up with a VCI salesman and began the final inspection of the truck. Some minor issues were found and the next day they loaded up and headed back to New Jersey. After a 7 hour trip they arrived at station 439 where members were awaiting its arrival. Once everyone had a chance to look the truck over it was taken to VCI where it will have some final work done to it before returning to Tabernacle. We hope to have it in service by the beginning of the New Year.

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Referendum Passes

November 2nd, 2010 As the polls closed on election day members anxiously awaited the results of the building referendum. About twenty minutes after closing the results were and we learned that the referendum had passed. The members of the Rescue Squad would like to thank everyone who helped to get this referendum passed as well as to the residents for their continued support of the Squad over the years. We know this building will be a great asset to community for years to come.

 

New Ambulance Almost Complete

Today members received some images of our new ambulance that is currently in production at Horton. This ambulance will be replacing our 1997 Ambulance. Members will be flying out in the next few weeks for final inspection and to bring the Ambulance home to Tabernacle.

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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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