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Crew of 3275 working on roof at a recent structure fire
At approximately 4:57 AM Wednesday morning the Millstone Township Fire Department was dispatched to Carrs Tavern Road for a reported structure. 3267 (Jeff Wagner) arrived to an abandoned, single story residential home with heavy fire showing. A request to county dispatch to fill the box and request the Suburban Chief’s Tanker Task Force was made. The fire was placed under control in a short period of time while crews remained on scene to knockdown any hot spots. Thank you to all our mutual aid companies for their support.
On August 23rd the Millstone Township Fire Department was dispatched to Fawn Way for a reported structure fire. Upon arrival the homeowner directed Chief 3266 (Fiore) to a detached garage approximately 40 yards from the home. Heavy smoke was coming from the eaves on all sides. Multiple departments were dispatched along with the Suburban Chief’s Tanker Task Force as initial reports indicated the primary residence was the source of fire. A quick knock down was completed by Millstone 3290 (Deputy Chief Wagner) with overhaul conducted by multiple departments including Jackson Mills (Sta 54), Freehold Independent (16-2), Englishtown (12-1) and Manalapan (26-2). Coverage provided by Hope Fire (82-1), East Windsor (46) and Monroe (Sta 57).
The Millstone Township Fire Company joined with a number of other township groups and agencies to remember those who gave all defending our great nation. While Memorial Day represents the unofficial start to the summer it signifies the great sacrifice our men and women have given to all of us. Please keep them in your thoughts as they are true heroes.