At around 8:40PM fire companies 1, 2, 3, and EMS North were dispatched for a smoke condition at a residence on Oweno Road. Engine 115 (OIC Firefighter Tedesco) arrived on scene as first due engine and were ordered to stretched a dry line to the front door. Chiefs 140 and 150 were already on scene and reported moderate amount of smoke on the first floor. After a short investigation of the home it was determined that a tissue box had been left resting on the light bulb of a floor lamp. The home was vented by Ladder 2’s crew, and all MFD units were clear of the scene in just about a half hour. Immediately after clearing Oweno road, Marine 1 was requested to Sloatsburg NY to assist the Sloatsburg Police Department. SPD were in the process of retrieving a man suspected of robbery. Once on scene Rescue 1 (OIC …
Tonight at roughly 6:50pm Companies 1 and 2 were requested into the Village of Suffern, NY on a mutual aid assignment to the scene of a basement fire in a garden apartment. Engine 115 rolled with a crew of 7 (OIC Batt1 Cooper) and were put to work immediately after arriving on scene.115’s crew conducted searches on the second floor and were able to retrieve a resident’s pet. 115’s crew was then put to work pulling walls and ceilings on the first floor after the main body of fire had been knocked. Engine 115 was back in quarters after roughly 2 hours. Later that night Engine 115 and Ladder 2 were requested Suffern NY for a rekindle of the previous structure fire. 115’s crew assisted Suffern in pulling ceilings and walls and was off the scene in roughly 2 1/2 hours
Ticket sales for our second annual Tricky Tray start today, tickets are $10 each. Last year tickets sold quickly and we are expecting them to go even faster this year. Remember tickets and seating are limited so buy yours now. As of now we have over 100 prizes and there will also be a 50/50 raffle. Last year’s winner won over $400. Tickets include refreshments (coffee, cakes and cookies) and 15 prize tickets. For tickets or information contact Tim Tedesco at (551) 265–1114 or by email at email@example.com
The Mahwah Fire Department is completely volunteer and is accepting junior (16 years old) and probationary members. Think you would like to join us? Stop by Wednesday nights at 730 No experience necessary, all training and equipment will be provided Email firstname.lastname@example.org Address 100 Miller Road, Mahwah NJ 07430 (Franklin Turnpike and Miller Road)
Last night at roughly 11:30pm members of Rescue 1 were requested to the Campgaw Ski Area to assist the police with a search for a missing boy. The boy had gone missing around 8:30pm. Members of Rescue 1 and Mahwah Fire Company 4 spend 6 hours on the scene searching along with numerous local, county, and state agencies, as well as an impressive amount of civilian volunteers who came to help search after receiving Amber Alerts at about 2:30am The boy was found alive, cold, and barefoot but overall uninjured in Oakland. He was transported to Hackensack University Medical Center as a precaution. Mahwah Fire members were released and back in quarters at roughly 5:30am.
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At around 1:30PM Mahwah Fire along with units from Ramsey and Tallman were dispatched to a working structure fire on Brookwood Drive. The fire, which was accidentally, started by a construction crew, was extinguished in around 20 minutes.
At roughly 1:30 am Mahwah Fire was dispatched for a working structure fire on Faulkner Court. Chief 130 arrived on scene and found heavy fire through the roof and throughout the cockloft area of several condos. Engine 115 (OIC Lt. Drejman) was second due engine right behind engine 217 and tower 2 and established a water supply to E217. After establishing water supply 115’s crew stretched a secondary hand-line off E217 and entered the building. An evacuation order was given roughly 10 minutes after that as the fire had moved quickly and caused the roof to collapse in. It is believed anywhere from 8-10 condos were destroyed in this fire, displacing over 25 people. A few minor, non-life threatening injuries were reported. Company 1 units were back in quarters at roughly 5:20am. Thank you to all our mutual aid departments who assisted at the scene, and covered our firehouses while we were at work.
This month Company 1 responded to a total of 33 calls. There were 17 fire/water alarms, 1 carbon monoxide alarm, 2 smells of smoke/smoke condition, 1 extrication, 2 lift/EMS assists, 1 car fire, 1 car leaking fuel, 2 elevator rescues, 2 oven related, 1 strange odor, 1 equestrian assist, and we were dispatched to 2 structure fires.