Saturday, October 4, 2014
On Saturday October 4th Firefighter/Commissioner Nick Patullo married his longtime sweetheart Lori Shotyk. All of us at Flagtown Fire would like to offer our congratulations to the happy couple. We wish you all the best.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
On Sunday September 28th at 0627 Station 36 was dispatched to Meadow Run Road for a 1st alarm structure fire in 45's area. Chief 36, Deputy 36, and Ladder 36 responded. Upon arrival the crew from Ladder 36 was put immediately to work to assist with searches and rescues. Chief 36 assisted command with rehab coordination and Deputy 36 assisted Montgomery units with accountability. Crews remained on scene until secured by 45 command.
Saturday, September 20, 2014
On Saturday September 20th Flagrtown Fire conducted live fire training at Hunterdon County Emergency Services Training Center. Members spent the day gaining proficiency in Class A fire extinguishment.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
On this 13th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on our country, Flagtown Fire would like to take a moment to remember and recognize all those who lost their life that day.The attacks took the lives of 2,753 people. 343 were our brother and sister firemen. 37 were Port Authority police officers and 23 were New York City police officers. We pay solemn tribute to each of those we lost.We express our thanks to all those who toiled in the rubble of the Twin Towers, the Pentagon, and the field outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania in the days, weeks, and months that followed.We also express our unending admiration for and gratitude to all of the brave men and women of our military who were called to action to defend our great nation and our way of life in the wake of these attacks.We will not forget.
Friday, September 5, 2014
On Friday September 5th Assistant Chief Tommy Lachowski married his beautiful fiancé Marion Keller. Congratulations to the new Mr and Mrs Lachowski from all of us at Flagtown Fire. You two make a wonderful couple and we know you will share many years of happiness together.
Monday, September 1, 2014
As the summer draws to a close Flagtown Fire would like to take a moment recognize all of our members who will be leaving for college. We are proud of all of you and we know you will have another great year at school. We wish you all the best.Seniors:Adam Armstrong - Northeastern University - Criminal JusticeJuniors:Ryan Dusseau - Rutgers School of Business - MarketingDave Hudak - Rowan - Entrepreneurship and ManagementNick Jandoli - Seton Hall - MarketingKevin Scisorek - Widener University - BiologyMike Singer - Kean University - PsychologyThomas Slinsky - RVCC - BusinessAnthony Spinelli – East Carolina University - Recreation and Park ManagementSophomores:Kevin Masterson - Lebanon Valley College - Criminal JusticeFreshmen:David Becker - Hunterdon Polytech - Electrical ApprenticeshipJoey Spense - TCNJ - CriminologyScott Weiss - RVCC - General Business
Monday, August 18, 2014
On Monday August 18th, Firefighter Anthony Valentine started Fire I at the Somerset County Emergency Services Training Academy (SCESTA). Flagtown Fire wishes Tony and all the other students at SCESTA all the best.New Jersey Firefighter I is a 170 hour course spanning 5 months. It is a combination of classroom and hands on training where students master the basics of fire fighting.We know Tony will make us proud and look forward to his graduation in December.
Saturday, August 16, 2014
On Saturday August 16th, Flagtown Fire held its annual picnic. Once again family and friends got together to share good food and good times. There was plenty of eating, swimming, sports, and even a little karaoke.In addition to the the normal festivities we also celebrated 2 birthdays. Flagtown Fire wishes very happy birthdays to Chief Dave Foelsch and Lisa Heider wife of Deputy Chief Everett Heider.As always, a big thank you goes out from all of us to the Farley family for once again hosting the picnic at their house. A special thanks also to Michelle Golder for organizing and planning the picnic. Thank you also to all those who helped set up and clean up.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
On Thursday July 31st at 1900, members from Flagtown Fire met with representatives of Duke Farms to preplan an access ramp that the estate graciously installed on their property for marine access to the river. Ranger 36 was used to guide Marine 36 down to the river bank for a simulated launch. Crews also preplanned other launch sites on the estate for proper and quick storm response. We would like to thank the directors at Dukes Estate for assisting us in our preplanning and making our jobs a little easier!
Saturday, July 26, 2014
On Saturday July 26th at 1725, Station 36 was dispatched to the area of New Centre Road and Orchard Drive to secure a landing zone for a medevac. Chief 36 arrived on location and spoke to Rescue Squad representatives to establish a location. Engine 36 established a landing zone in the area of New Centre and Ladder 36 secured a secondary site inside a neighborhood just off to the north of the scene in case the first site was too small. Crews stood by blocking roads and performing crowd control until the patient was loaded and turned over to North Star crews.
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