Come by the Readington River Buffalo Farm today for our Hay Day fundraiser!

The rain stopped and the saloon is open!

Avoid the area while the investigation continues.

http://www.readingtonpolice.com/2018-10-09-serious-accident-investigation

Yesterday morning, we were dispatched into Tewksbury Township to assist the Pottersville Volunteer Fire Company, Pottersville, NJ, Oldwick Fire Company, and other mutual aid departments on an industrial type fire. Our BLS unit stood by during an extensive operation due to the complexity of the farm machine on fire. Strong work by our local fire departments kept the fire from spreading to neighboring structures.

This morning, we were dispatched along with Hunterdon Healthcare MICU and Whitehouse Fire Company to a Motor Vehicle Crash on Route 22. Our Heavy Rescue and 2 BLS units went responding within minutes and arrived to find one person entrapped. A quick stabilization and door removal were performed and the patient was transported to a local hospital. We were assisted on scene by the engine company from Whitehouse Fire.

Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ shared a link.

Thank you Mike Busher for a very successful 11th Annual Ed Busher Memorial Golf Outing!

An excellent Rescue Services training night with our partners at Readington Volunteer Fire Company.

Extrication Drill night: this evening the Redcoats invited over Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ to show our members their new Rescue Truck and equipment carried on it...

After a short show and tell both crews took to the RVFC training grounds for a joint vehicle extrication drill. Good team effort working together and learning at the same time!

Thank you for Whitehouse for taking time to come and train with us!

We will never forget the tragic attack on our country 17 years ago. We will also never forget the victims and their families.

A group of responders from our squad, as well as many others from Hunterdon County responded to NYC to help. We remember that day like it was yesterday.

Just another reminder during storm season. Turn around, don’t drown.

Turn Around, Don’t Drown!

Areas of the state are experiencing flooded roads and walkways. Here are a few tips to stay safe:
- - If your area is prone to flooding take precautions such as moving cars to higher ground.
- Turn Around, Don’t Drown! Even six inches of fast moving floodwater can knock you off your feet, and a depth of two feet will float your car! Never try to walk, bike or drive through flooded areas. Water may be deeper than you think!
- Do not attempt to drive over a flooded road. Obey traffic barriers. STOP! Turn around and go another way.
- Keep children from playing in floodwaters or near culverts and storm drains.
Learn more about flood safety at https://www.ready.gov/floods

Be sure to stay informed about weather conditions in your area. For those living in Central and Southern New Jersey visit US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Hollyhttp://www.weather.gov/phi/. For those living in Northern New Jersey and the New York Metro area visit US National Weather Service New York NY http://www.weather.gov/okx/.

It’s Hurricane Season. Are you prepared? Download our FREE NJ Hurricane Survival Guide today at https://www.nj.gov/njoem/plan-prepare/hurricanes.shtml.

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