Seabrook Fire and Rescue

CO Alarm Investigated

 On Monday July 14, 2014, at 09:20 hours, Engine 3202 and Engine 3301 were dispatched to Pearson Lane in the Country Side Village for a CO Alarm activation. Engine 3202 arrived on location and established Command. Crews investigated the residence and found no CO levels. Engine 3301 was recalled by Command and the situation was placed under control. Engine 3202 was clear of the scene at 09:39 hours.

   


 

Units Handle Residential Alarm

 On Monday July 14, 2014, at 08:53 hours, Engine 3202 and Engine 3301 were dispatched to First Avenue for a residential alarm system. Engine 3202 arrived with nothing showing and established Command. Command reduced the speed of Engine 3301. Crews investigated the cause of the activation and found it to be from a faulty detector. The situation was placed under control and all units were clear at 09:04 hours.

   


 

Truck Versus House

On Friday July 11, 2014, at 12:02 hours, Rescue 3221, Engine 3301, and Squad 34 were dispatched to Old Deerfield Pike for a motor vehicle crash. County Dispatch advised responding units that it was reported to be a truck into a house, and 1 patient with facial injuries. BLS 3427 arrived first due and confirmed that a truck had struck the house but the patient had fled the scene. Rescue 3221 arrived shortly after and established Command. Due to the severity of the accident, and crews not knowing the patient's condition, personnel staged on scene while the New Jersey State Police investigated and BLS checked the area for the patient. County Dispatch advised Command that the patient was possibly located at a residence about 1/4 mile from the scene. BLS 3427 responded to that location and did find the patient with minor injuries. BLS transported the patient to a local hospital for further evaluation. Command requested that the Township Construction Official respond to the scene to check the structural integrity of the residence. The homeowners were not home at the time of the accident and the State Police are still investigating into the cause. At 12:40 hours Command released the scene to the New Jersey State Police and all units went available.

     



 

Units Handle MVC

 On Friday July 4, 2014, at 20:21 hours, Engine 3104, Rescue 3221, and Squad 34 were dispatched to Deerfield Road for a motor vehicle crash. BLS 3426 arrived first due and found one vehicle off the roadway with moderate damage. Engine 3104 arrived shortly after and established Command. Command reported negative entrapment and reduced the speed of R3221. R3221's crew arrived and secured the vehicle while BLS assisted the patient. The patient was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. The New Jersey State Police were also on scene and investigating into the cause. Command released R3221 at 20:42 hours. All other units were clear by 20:45 hours.

   


 

Companies Dispatched for a Structure

 On Thursday July 3, 2014 at 14:55 hours, Engine 3202, Engine 3301, Tender 3111, and Squad 34 were dispatched to Hoover Road at the North Cumberland Little League for a structure fire. County Dispatch advised responding units that there was an odor of something burning inside the concession stand, but no visible fire. BLS 3429 arrived first due and found nothing showing. Engine 3202 arrived shortly after and established Command. E32's crew entered the building and found nothing evident. E3301 and T3111 arrived and staged on scene. After further investigation, it was found that an air compressor that the construction company on scene was using, was putting off the odor. Command placed the situation under control. All units were clear of the scene at 15:32 hours.

   


 

E3202 Handles Alarm System

 On Tuesday July 1, 2014, at 19:48 hours, Engine 3202 and Engine 3104 were dispatched to Deerfield Drive in the Country Side Village development for a commercial alarm system. Engine 3202 arrived with nothing showing and established Command. Crews checked the exterior of the building and found nothing evident. Upon entering the building crews found a representative who had reset the alarm. Crews checked the interior and nothing evident was found. Command placed the situation under control and released E3104. E3202 cleared the scene at 20:02 hours.

   


 

Alarm Activation Investigated

 On Monday June 30, 2014, at 19:15 hours, Engine 3202 and Engine 3104 were dispatched to Polk Lane for an alarm system. Engine 3104 arrived to find nothing showing and established Command. Engine 3202 arrived shortly after. Crews entered the residence and found that a detector in the bathroom was activated for an unknown reason. Crews checked the rest of the residence and a representative reset the alarm. All units were clear of the scene at 19:40 hours.

   


 

E3202 Investigates Smoke

 On Saturday June 28, 2014, at 11:52 hours, Engine 3202 was dispatched to the Country Side Village for a smoke investigation. County Dispatch advised E3202 that the 911 caller saw smoke in the area of the administration building. E3202 arrived in the area with nothing evident and established Command. Command asked County Dispatch to place a call back to the 911 caller to get an exact location but the caller did not answer. Command placed the situation under control and E3202 was clear of the scene at 12:07 hours.

   


 

Smoke in Basement Gets Response

 On Wednesday June 25, 2014, at 05:28 hours, Engine 3301, Engine 3202, Tender 3111, Tender 2911, and Squad 34 were dispatched to Rosenhayn Avenue for a dwelling fire. County Dispatch advised responding units that the 911 caller stated there was smoke in her basement but no visible fire. Engine 3301 arrived first due, found nothing showing, and established Command. Crews entered the basement and found a moderate smoke condition. After further investigation it was found that the residents sump pump had shorted out, causing the smoke condition. Command placed the situation under control and crews ventilated the residence to clear the smoke. All units were clear of the scene at 06:26 hours.

   


 

R3221 Recalled from Minor MVC

 On Sunday June 22, 2014, at 07:13 hours Engine 3301, Rescue 3221, and Squad 34 were dispatched to Irving Avenue IAO Lebanon Road for a motor vehicle crash. County Dispatch advised responding units that it was reported to be 1 vehicle vs. a utility pole with 1 patient. Engine 3301 arrived first due, confirmed the report and established Command. BLS 3428 arrived shortly after and assessed the patient who had minor foot pain. Rescue 3221 was recalled by Command. The patient refused transport to a hospital and BLS 3428 went available. Engine 3301 remained on scene until the vehicle was removed by the tow company. Engine 3301 cleared at 07:46 hours.

   


 
 
 

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