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Earlier tonight Rescue17 was dispatched into New Hope for the smell of gas outside. New Hope station 46 was operating at a tactical box in Solebury Township. The crew of Rescue17 forced entry to the building to check for gas, evacuated a restaurant and stoped all The vehicular traffic and pedestrian traffic on South Main St. crew found an active gas leak in the sidewalk And contacted PECO. Station 46 units arrived and Rescue 17 cleared. ... See MoreSee Less
Today the career staff took some time to help out by washing down the basketball court at Ely Field. The court was covered in mud from last weeks storm. Then after we flushed both Rescue17 and Squrt17s pumps and tanks. ... See MoreSee Less
Awesome men I was hoping you would do that . Maybe if we keep the culvert screen clean that or worse won’t happen again!
So great! Thanks!
Thank you! I’m sure the kids greatly appreciate it!
Thank you for this and all that you do!!
We are blessed with all of you! All of you are aways looking out every way to help our community! Thank you
Ah that’s terrific!
Can’t thank you enough for once again making L’Ville a great place to live by showing the enormous amount of volunteerism that exists in this great town!
Helping and being kind to one another has always been the hallmark of this wonderful town and it’s finally making a return!
Lambertville...an even better place to live!
At 10:41am the District was dispatched along with 17 Rescue to meet with LPD at our headquarters. A few min later we were given orders with gator17 to search the tow path north and marine175 to search the river bank of the Delaware river. Chief 17 set up command and requested additional resources Marine46 (New Hope Fire) and Gator23 ( Stockton Fire) Command also put in a request for our dive team to crew up along with a request for dive/rescue 41(point pleasant fire PA) Our dive team and dive/Rescue 41 met up and briefed at a location along the canal and were given orders to get ready to enter the water. After about an hour of rotating divers. Divers were pulled out of the water and awaited a boat with side sonar to scan the bottom. A few minutes later Marine23-2 located the missing person. All units were placed back in service and returned to their stations. Also involved were New Jersey State Police Solebury Police Dept Hunterdon County Prosecutors office Lambertville Police Dept Garden State Underwater Recovery
Today we remember all of our fallen soldiers by participating in the City of Lambertville annual Memorial Day parade. Also after the parade the Lambertville Fire Department And Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance and Rescue Squad held a memorial service for our deceased members. Thank you to the members that participated. ... See MoreSee Less
Today at 12:20pm the district was dispatched for smoke coming from an abandoned train car on the tow path. Crew of Rescue 17 responded immediately to the area. While Gator17 responded under the toll bridge to make access to the tow path. Gator17 arrived with lite smoke and smell of wood burning. Further investigation found a small fire smoldering in the floor boards. Contacted PD awaited their arrival then Extinguished the fire with Gator17’s foam system. Units cleared within 30 min. ... See MoreSee Less
Tonight 7 members of the dive team spent some time at Ryder University’s pool training with our new dry suits and full face masks but with the thunder and lightning we were only in the water for 30 min. ... See MoreSee Less
on Friday afternoon the members of the career staff along w/Gator 17 took some time to clean up our department memorial monumont up at the St Johns Cemetery. A memorial service will be held after the memorial day parade to honor our deceased members. ... See MoreSee Less