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The year 2012 came to end with a total of 311 calls for service. As our community continues to grow, so do our calls numbers. We are proud to provide our neighbors with the assistance that they need.
On Monday, July 16th, Station 261 and Station 262 along with Squad 269 were dispatched to a motor vehicle accident / rescue assignment with a possible vehicle fire. Quint 2614 and Engine 2612 responded at the same time to find a two car accident with two patients, one possibly ejected and the other still in […]
On Friday, June 29th, Quint 2614 was dispatched to a possible building fire on Crosswicks Street in Bordentown Township. 2614’s crew was sent to the roof to check for the source of the smoke. The cause turned out to be malfunctioning air conditioner unit.
Station 261 responded to a reported Barn Fire located within Chesterfield Fire District #2 the night of Thursday 4/5/12. Chief 2610 arrived on location and assumed command, he reported a fully involved barn with exposures. Deputy 2601 arrived shortly after and went to work with Chesterfield Hose Engine 2621 and Bordentown Township Ladder 3225 in an effort […]
The members of the Union Fire Company and the employees of the Chesterfield-Hamilton Fire District No. 1 wish to express their deepest sympathies to everyone involved in yesterday’s tragic bus accident. Words cannot explain the pain and sorrow that we feel for all of those affected. We ask that you please keep the Tezsla and […]
Quint 2614 was dispatched to 2 MVAs in 2 Days this week. The first one was on 1/9/12 around 11:45am and involved 2 cars and 5 patients at the intersection of Sykesville Rd and Rt. 528. Squad 269 and Squad 339 transported all those involved. The second accident occurred on Tuesday, 1/10/2012 around 9am. […]
2011 ended with a total of 309 calls for service to the Union Fire Company. December brought in a total of 22 calls. You can see the monthly breakdown report HERE or view the entire 2011 report HERE. 2012 also welcomes new officers to the Union Fire Company. Fred Freda has been named President taking […]
On Friday, August 26th at approximately 4:08pm Quint 2614, along with Rescue 2628, was dispatched the construction site along side of the New Jersey Turnpike to assist Squad 269. A worker at the site was knocked over by a piece of machinery while his foot was stuck in the ground. The worker suffered a fractured […]
July 2011 ended with a total 42 calls. You can view the call breakdown report HERE or over on the newly created 2011 Call Data page.
The members of Union Fire Company participated in several Live Fire Training evolutions at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center. This type of training allows us to use the culmination of the skills we have practiced throughout the year in actual scenarios with real fire, heat, and smoke.