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After returning from two motor vehicle accidents on route 78 we got word that neighbors of the residents that suffered yesterdayโ€™s fire were selling lemonade to raise funds for the family. Crews enjoyed lemonade, iced tea and some brownies. Please come by Ten Eyck road and support their awesome cause! They will be out for the rest of the evening!

Earlier today, EMT Tim VanDeursen and FF/EMT Will Cox took part in Swiftwater Rescue Operations training held by Hunterdon County Emergency Services Training Center at Scudders Falls on the Delaware River. This training allows us to be able to respond to water rescues such as those on Pleasant Run Road over the last couple of years.

Looking for a way to help your community? We are actively looking for new volunteers! All of the training is 100% free. Please e-mail us at join@whitehouserescue.com with any inquiries or questions.

Congratulations to EMT Jessica Brynildsen. Today she graduated from Voorhees High School with high honors!

Our annual Buffalo ๐Ÿƒ Watch Fundraiser is happening this Saturday, June 1st 9-5 at the Readington River Buffalo Farm!

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When it rains, it pours! โ˜”๏ธ

Busy day today in Readington, with 3 water rescue incidents and multiple medical emergencies.

Several people and a puppy were rescued from their vehicles.

Hunterdon County, NJ - Department of Public Safety

Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ shared a post.

Tornado Warning for South Central Hunterdon County Until 415PM. Seek immediate shelter in doors in basement or inner-most part of a structure if in the path of this storm. Avoid windows and outer walls.

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You can enjoy freedom thanks to our military!

Let us all remember those courageous souls, who laid down their lives to keep our nation safe.

Thank you to all past, present and future.

Todayโ€™s annual Readington Memorial Day Parade was a success, thank you to all who attended.

EMS Week is a week of recognition started by President Gerald Ford in 1974, to show Emergency Responders appreciation for the work that they do.

Tonight some of our members gathered for a trip to Polar Cub for ice cream in celebration of EMS Week.

The members would like to thank the very generous person who anonymously purchased our ice cream!