Rescue attends Medford Fire Prevention

October 14 2011 Tonight at 19:00 hours Rescue 4399 loaded up and headed to freedom park in Medford township for there annual fire prevention. The crew spent the night showing the children and attendees the truck and sharing fellowship with other fire and EMS members in attendance. The event was well attended and we would like to thank Medford Fire for once again inviting us to this event.

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New Building Update

Despite all the rain over the past several weeks’ progress on the new station is still moving along. Since our last update all the exterior block walls of the administrative area have been spray foamed, the electricians, plumbers, and HVAC contractors continue their rough in work. The drywall has been hung on most of the interior walls and has been taped and spackled. Also the front “porch” has been built and completed. The painters have also painted the ceiling in the apparatus bays and stated on one wall as well. This week crews plan to begin the masonry work to the lower half of the building as well as install the tanks for the wash bay and pour the floor. We may also see some of the siding begin to go on. In addition over the next couple of weeks the apparatus bays will be spray foamed and the masonry work and siding will begin on them. Rumor also has it that within the next two weeks the garage doors will arrive and be installed on the bay doors. These doors are going to be a fixture on the building as they are not your typical garage doors. These doors operate like a set of bi fold doors and open in less than seven seconds. Not only does this speed help in an emergency these doors remain in the view of apparatus drivers at all times reducing the chances of accidently striking a door. Please stay tuned as our new home becomes reality!!!

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Touch a Truck

The Tabernacle Rescue Squad would like to thank everyone who came out to this years Touch a Truck event. This years event was a huge success for our Cub Scouts and we hope everyone enjoyed the day. This year the Tabernacle Rescue Squad with 9 Volunteers was had on display Ambulances 4391, 4392, 4394, Rescue 4399, and 4393 towing MC43. We look forward to next years event and hope to see everyone there once again.  

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191 Cover Assignment

September 23, 2011 At 09:03 hours Rescue 439 was dispatched to cover station 191 while crews there were at the scene of a working dwelling fire. R4399 (w/5 squad members) responded on the assignment and stood by at 191 until being released.

 

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New Building Update

Progress on the new station is still moving along at a fairly good pace. Since our last update all the exterior block walls and roof have been completed. The crews have begun to install the windows and most of the framing in the administrative space has been completed. The crews have also started installing some of the drywall and over the next week the plumbers and electricians will finish up allowing the drywall to be completed. You should also see the overhangs on the front and side of the building will be completed and concrete curbs be installed. Please stay tuned as our new home becomes reality!!!

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New Apparatus Arrives

September 10, 2011 Today in the early hours of the morning Chief George Jackson III, Assistant Chief Keith Zane and Captain George Jackson Jr. headed out on a 6 hour ride to Lorraine New York where they were picking up our new special operations vehicle. This truck is a 1990 Ford EVI F-450 Super Duty walk-in rescue, diesel, with an automatic transmission, and a 4kw generator. Last month the squad approved the purchase of this vehicle to be used as our primary emergency services rehabilitation truck and in addition have the capabilities to serve as a back to R4399. Over the next couple of months the truck will be painted, lettered, and equipment will be mounted. We hope to have the truck in service by the end of the year. Those who traveled to Lorraine would like to thank the members of the Lorraine Vol. Fire Co for their hospitality and we wish them best of luck with their new apparatus. To visit Lorraine's website http://lorrainefire.org/

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2018
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  106
FEBRUARY  87 
MARCH  166 
APRIL  73 
MAY  86 
JUNE  77 
JULY  79 
AUGUST  75 
SEPTEMBER   
OCTOBER   
NOVEMBER   
DECEMBER   
YTD  749

 

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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