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The Millstone Township Fire Department was dispatched to Monmouth Road and Interstate 195 for a vehicle fire. Engine 3275 (Maloney) and Tanker 3295 arrived to find a Dodge Neon with fire showing from the engine compartment. The engine crew stretched a 1 3/4″ handline and quickly extinguished the fire. Deputy Chief 5610 and Engine 5611 from Cassville also arrived but were returned to service. The fire was investigated by the Millstone Township Fire Prevention Bureau.
For more information contact Theresa Gesualdo 609-658-5435 or Geryl Hickey 609-658-6368
Thursday, October 2, 2014
The Ladies Auxiliary will be holding the Annual Fall Rumage Sale on Saturday, November 15th from 8:00am – 2pm at the Millstone Township Fire House. If you would like to drop off any household items, linens, toys, tools, clothing, books, electronics, sports equipment etc. from Tuesday, 11/11 – Thursday 11/14 between the hours of 9am – 6pm.
Please no computers, exercise equipment, TV’s, baby car seats or baby cribs.
Thursday, September 25, 2014
On Sunday October 26th the Millstone Fire Department Ladies Auxiallary will be hosting the annual Halloween Parade. Bring the family and perhaps even get dressed up into your favorite costume and show your stuff.
Parking, registration and parade line up begins at 1:45 with the parade to kickoff at 2:00.
Questions please call Kathleen Hart at 609-259-7795 or Lori Maher at 609-371-0365.
Thursday, September 25, 2014 15:55
The Millstone Township Fire Department was dispatched to Perrineville Road, at Perrineville Lake for a motor vehicle accident, vehicle overturned. While enroute Telesqurt 3290 (Maloney) was advised of a vehicle into the water, driver entrapped, and a fuel spill. Telesqurt 3290 arrived to find a vehicle partially into the water, with the driver still in the vehicle and an active fuel leak. Firefighters assisted the driver from the vehicle and turned over to Millstone EMS for transport. Rescue 3285 arrived and firefighters deployed spill containment booms to contain the gasoline that had entered the water. Monmouth County Hazmat and Hope Fire Company Marine Unit (Sta 82-1) were requested to the scene. Additionally a notification was made to the Monmouth County Fire Marshalls Office, due to this incident occurring on Monmouth County Parks Systems property. Members of the Hazmat unit and Marine 82-1 arrived and the decision was made to have two firefighters enter the water in dry suits in order to place additional spill containment booms. Once completed a heavy duty wrecker was used to raise the vehicle from the water. The vehicle was placed on the roadway where additional action was required by Hazmat personnel to contain both a gasoline leak and oil spill. After operating for over 2 hours fire department units cleared the scene, while Hazmat units remained for additional clean-up. Representatives from the Monmouth County Office of Emergency Management, the Monmouth County Park Systems, Monmouth County Highway Department and the New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection were on scene. The accident is under investigation by the New Jersey State Police.