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Plainsboro Fire Company added 3 new photos.
1 day ago
Ladder 49 to Princeton University
On Saturday, February 24, at approximately 0445, Ladder 49 was detailed to 10 Frist Lane for a 1st alarm buiding fire. Initial crews had fire in the basement of a 5 story building. 2 lines were stretched and operated on the fire. Ladder 49’s crew, under the command of Lt. Sal Levatino, were assigned as the vent group.
Great knock down by Princeton Fire Department ! ... See MoreSee Less
Way to go, Sal!
Thanks for the assist. Every mutual aid company did a good job . Princeton FD appreciates all of you .
3 days ago
FF/Engineer David Seip,
It has been an honor working with you and an honor calling you my friend. Next week, Captain Collins, your co-workers, and the volunteers of Plainsboro Fire Company will look around for you. In your absence, we all will most likely double check common “dave sighting” locations, including under the apparatus or even opening up the pump to see if you’re fixing some valve. It will be that time that reality hits. There is no doubt in my mind that we will miss you brother !!
On behalf of the Plainsboro Fire Company, thank you for your service to Plainsboro Fire District and we wish you a wonderful well deserved retirement.
Chief Scott M. Kivet ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations and enjoy retirement!
Congrats and enjoy retirement
Congratulations! Here to a healthy retirement!
Congratulations Brother! Best of luck in your future endeavors and safe and healthy retirement!
Very nice tribute
Congrats David Seip i will miss you!!!
Enjoy retirement u deserve it sir
Congratulations and enjoy your retirement
Plainsboro Fire Company added 10 new photos.
4 days ago
Last night, we conducted truck company operations training drill which included forcible entry skills and ladder tower operations techniques. At the forcible entry station, firefighters practiced various conventional techniques using the irons on inward and outward swinging doors. One and two firefighter techniques were demonstrated and practiced. At the tower ladder station, firefighters practiced the use of blocking under outriggers for when obstructions require it, using the “lean” technique to get the bucket closer to the ground and operation of master streams at low elevation into simulated openings. ... See MoreSee Less