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The members paying tribute at our 9/11 Memorial at the Atlantic Ave Firehouse. The memorial includes a piece of steel from the WTC.
On Thursday, July 7, 2016 at approximately 935am, a Box alarm was transmitted in Wall Twp for a reported structure fire at Taylor’s Towing 5130 Hurley Pond Road. While enroute it was confirmed to be a working fire in a large 1 story commercial building. Deputy Chief Murray of District 2 took command and requested a[…]
Members trained on Monday night with our Petrogen Torch with Safety and Survival Training. Another great night of training.
Twenty members of South Wall completed another Structural Collapse Operations Class with Safety And Survival Training. Our special ops team now has 30 members and conducts training every other month. We work closely with Neptune Special Ops and continue to grow together to provide the best service to our community.
The 2016 training schedule has been completed and updated on the website! Our dedicated members train on a weekly basis and have completed over 500 hours of training over the course of the year in 2015. We look forward to a great year!
Monday Night Union beach fire company 65-3 came down to South Wall train some RIT with our members. We covered the “Denver drill” , “Nance Drill , and FF packaging and air management. Great sharing information and different techniques!
The 2015 Annual Flag Football “Turkey Bowl” was held in Neptune this year on Saturday, November 28. It was a great game as always but Neptune pulled out the win by 2 scores! A great team effort by both teams and a fun tradition with our brothers.
On Thursday, The Rescue and 378 responded to a reported subject pinned under a vehicle. Members arrived and quickly stabilized the vehicle and successfully lifted it off of the patient. The patient was tended to by Wall EMS and MONOC – New Jersey’s Hospital Service Corporation. Great job and teamwork by all involved!
On October 23, 2015 around 1550hours a box alarm was transmitted in District 2 for a reported structure fire. South Wall responded with 2 Engines and 2 Chiefs and assisted Glendola and West Belmar with fire suppression and searching the residence. Since January 1, 2015 the three fire districts in Wall Township decided to enact[…]