Readington Volunteer Fire Company

Motor vehicle accident tonight Route 629 near Barley Sheaf Rd.

Tonight around 2000 hrs Readington Fire, Three Bridges Volunteer Fire Company, Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ and Hunterdon Medical Center paramedics were dispatched to Pleasant Run rd in the area of Barley Sheaf rd for the motor vehicle crash with possible entrapment and vehicle smoking. While responding Hunterdon dispatch advised units a car into a tree with possible unconscious patient. Medevac was put on standby until units arrived to assess whether it was needed. Readington PD arrived advising patient was conscious and not entrapped. Chief 32 arrived taking Command and sent Squad 32 to the Medevac Landing Zone in case the helicopter was called, while Engine 33-4 responded to the scene for fire suppression. Patient was removed by BLS 22-55 and transported with medics to a trauma center. Units cleared within an hour. Great job to all responders.

Readington Volunteer Fire Company

Working with our partners yesterday at several incidents in the Township.

Yesterday around 1730 hrs Readington Fire was dispatched on Box 2254 Level 3 for the house struck by lightning on Thor Solberg Rd. While responding, 2 other calls in our primary went out for a fire alarm and wires down, which were handled by Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company and Three Bridges Volunteer Fire Company.

North Branch Volunteer Fire Company was also on a call in Branchburg down the road and requested to Thor Solberg Rd. Chief 49 arrived and advised units of smoke coming from the residence. Chief 32 then requested Tender Task Force East due to no fire hydrants in the area. Ladder 49 and Engine 49-8 arrived stretching a line to the rear and to the front door. Squad 32 arrived and set up ladders along with assisting 49s crew with salvage and overhaul. Tender 32 supplied water to Ladder 49. Fire was located in the attic of the residence from lightning hitting the chimney which caught the attic on fire. Ladder 22 from Whitehouse Fire Company also assisted with overhaul. Fire was contained to the attic space near the chimney. Great job to all on scene and the help from mutual aid.
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Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ
East Whitehouse Fire Department

Clinton First Aid and Rescue Squad, Inc.

Congratulations to members Meagan Kern, Kim Sargenti and Amanda Fischer who have passed their EMT class! They now go on to take their National Registry EMT test in the upcoming weeks to become state certified!

CONGRATS! Where did the summer go? Well for these 19 students, it went to earning their EMT! All 19 just passed their course work and now head off the take their National Registry EMT test. Great job class#14. Glad we got to spend the summer with you! #emtclass #emtstudent #cfarstc14 #cfarspride #emt #nremt

Make sure to stop by and visit us this evening at the Readington Township Police Department night out!!!

Our condolences to our friends of the Whitehouse Fire Company.

Whitehouse Fire Company
Photos from Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ's post

Madison, daughter of our members Jenny Kubik and Anthony Duarte, helped out with CFARS EMT course earlier this week by letting Whitehouse's EMS observers and other future EMT's from the county practice their pediatric assessment skills.

We thank Madison for her hard work and dedication to our squad to help train our new members. As you can see she had a long day and needed a nap!

Photos from Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ's post

Countless hours go into the planning of large events, especially ones the size of the Quick Chek NJ Festival of Ballooning.

We are on the forefront of new technology, and for the 2019 festival, we implemented two up and coming technologies, FirstNet mobile devices and Hunterdon County’s CRG mapping software.

FirstNet provided 10 Kyocera phones and two Netgear hotspots for use by our responders in the field to transmit information not suitable for radio. This ensured consistent access with FirstNet’s priority and preemption capability, even when the cell network is congested with the many visitors at the Balloon Fest. On these devices, responders were able to access the Hunterdon County funded GXP OnScene software, by Critical Response Group. Detailed maps were provided and shared between police and EMS to ensure everyone shared a common picture of how the event was laid out to promote faster, more concise communication. GPS tracking provided our EMS Bike Team and field units with grid locations in a 3 foot accuracy.

At the 2019 event, we treated almost 300 patients with various injuries and conditions, and this technology helped us provide a quicker response.

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 with any inquiries or questions.

Upcoming fundraiser to support the RHSO.

We will be there!

R.H.S.O. (Remember Henry Scott Oldenburg)