Station 49 had a 15-call Saturday, including 12 storm-related calls. Various weather organizations estimate that as much as six inches of rain fell in Plainsboro on Saturday.
Ladder 49 responded mutual aid into Princeton early this morning to operate at a two-alarm fire on Riverside Drive.
Media coverage of this morning’s mutual aid call to a two-alarm fire on Riverside Drive in Princeton.
Ladder 49 responded mutual aid to Spotswood on a house fire on Monday afternoon. Soon after the storms rolled in, the pagers started to sound.
Smoke Condition – 523 Nettleton Dr, East Windsor
Odor of Smoke – 57 S. Main St, Cranbury
Fire Alarm – 60 One Mile Road – East Windsor
Wires – 112 Plainsboro Rd, Cranbury
Fire – Rubbish – Staybridge Hotel Of Cranbury
Fire Alarm – Water Flow – 6 Santa Fe Way – Cranbury
Great job by all of those involved to keep things in check on a stormy afternoon/evening.
The Plainsboro Fire Team is riding in the NJ Firefighters Bike Race today for our good friend Ray Noj. We’re with you in spirit as you are with us. Get well soon! (Left-to-right, Ken Brown, Tom Healey, Ron “Rocky” Sost and Matt Held)
Team Plainsboro Fire finishing order in the NJ Firefighters Bicycle Race, out of 66 riders: Ron Sost, 18; Tom Healey, 29; Ken Brown, 36; Matt Held, 39. Good placements in tough conditions. 92 degrees at race time.
Station 49 responded to a motor vehicle accident this afternoon on Plainsboro Road at George Davidson Road, involving a mini-school bus and a motor vehicle, with a report of entrapment in the motor vehicle
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