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6 hours ago
(Sta. 49) MVA, OVERTURNED, VEHICLE ON FIRE
IAO route 1
XSTREETS: Unnamed Street/Scudders Mill R
Two car MVA with the engine compartment involved. Two injuries, both being BLS.
Units responded: Chief 49, Deputy 49, Asst. 49, Squad 49, Rescue 49, SS 49, Utility 49, Plainsboro EMS, Ambulance 166 (2nd due BLS) ... See MoreSee Less
Saw the accident after dropping of my son at school, glad everyone made it out. Nice work Plainsboro FD.
Tanker 49 operating in West Windsor at large construction dumpster fire next to a garage. ... See MoreSee Less
??? I thought West Windsor has Big Red Fire Hydrants
How’s the old girl treating you guys?
Engine 49 & tanker 49 into West Windsor for a dumpster with exposure to a structure.
(Sta. 49) FIRE, DUMPSTER, EXPOSURE
Village Rd W
XSTREETS: New Village Rd/Penn Lyle Rd
RADIO: East Response 1 : Tac 1 ... See MoreSee Less
Tough spot, thanks for the water boys!
407 Plainsboro Rd
Plainsboro, NJ 08536
There were 12 Charter members who took part in the organization. The Fire Company was incorporated on February 16, 1960, and on June 18, 1960 the fire company went into full operation. Our first truck was a used 1940 American LaFrance pumper. It was 500 gallon per minute pumper with a 160 gallon booster tank. The booster tank was later increased to hold 500 gallons of water.
We also purchased a Dodge truck with a 1000 gallon booster tank and a 250 gallon per minute rotary pump. A 300 gallon per minute portable pump was donated by Walker Gordon and later mounted on top of the tank of the Dodge. A 1946 Chevrolet pumper was purchased by the fire company from the Forrestal Center and reconditioned.