Responding with our neighbors Whitehouse Fire Company

The Whitehouse Fire Company was dispatched this evening at 2005 hours to the Ryland Inn for a reported vehicle fire. Chief 22 responded shortly after and found a pickup truck towing a vehicle that was fully involved in front of TD Bank on Route 22 westbound. Shortly after dispatch, Engine 22-1 responded with a crew of 4, followed by Engine 22-2. Readington PD shut down 22 west allowing all responding fire units to utilize the fire lane cross over to approach the scene in the eastbound lanes. Crews from Engine 22-1 stretched a line from Engine 31 and extinguished the fire and prevented extension to the tow truck.. All units cleared up at 2050 hours. Great work by all responding companies. Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ East Whitehouse Volunteer Fire Department

We responded to an incident today where the patient required transport to the trauma center by helicopter.

Thanks to the Readington Volunteer Fire Company for assisting us at the Hillcrest Park landing zone.

Today Readington Fire assisted Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ with a Landing Zone at Hillcrest park for an incident on Columbine rd. Squad 32 responded to establish the LZ for NorthSTAR Air Medical Helicopter. Patient was turned over to NorthStar by BLS/ALS and transported to University Hospital Newark.

Did you know that you can join the Whitehouse Rescue Squad without any Emergency Services experience? We offer a unique, successful mentoring program that pairs brand new members with experienced senior EMTs that are particularly skilled in training those with little-no experience and orienting them to both the organization and the field of EMS. If you’re age 16 or older, you can help make a difference in your community today.

Questions? Give us a call, stop by our station, or email our Onboarding Coordinator, Tim VanDeursen, at

Ready to join? Find our application at

Photo from the landing zone at Solberg Airport this morning. Incident was a pedestrian struck by a vehicle on Pulaski Road.

Patient was treated on scene and flown to RWJ New Brunswick trauma center.

Last week, several members from both our EMS and Rescue Divisions turned out for a our monthly drill night. The scenario involved a single vehicle motor vehicle crash, with one occupant ejected and one entrapped. 2 BLS crews made up of probationary EMTs assessed the two patients at the direction of one of our newly promoted senior EMTs who had her first experience as the incident commander. Meanwhile, our RSU crew stabilized the vehicle involved and extricated the driver. This joint drill allowed each division to train together in order to enhance not only the skills required of their respective disciplines, but also those of teamwork and communication.

Drill was led by Tim Van Deursen,
Onboarding Coordinator for the Whitehouse Rescue Squad

Interested in joining our team? Give us a call or stop by our station!

An important announcement from the Hunterdon County, NJ - Department of Public Safety! Santa is on the way!

Congrats to Connor Beaton!

Connor has been with us for several years, and was recently promoted to a full time EMT within our department.

We are excited to see Connor advance his career with the North Charleston Fire Department.

Congratulations to FF/EMT Connor Beaton (46150) who has been hired by the City of North Charleston Fire Department (NCFD). Conner joined the Annandale Hose Company (AHCo) in July 2012. During his time at AHCo Connor obtained many certifications which provided him with a foundation in pursuing his dream of being a career firefighter. Conner also volunteers with the Clinton First Aid & Rescue Squad as well as the High Bridge Fire Department. Connors first day with NCFD is January 16, 2018.

Connor will be headed to North Charleston along with Lt. Tyler Langston of the Clinton Fire Department. With the addition of Connor & Tyler, the North Charleston FD has a total of five (5) North Hunterdon Fire Alliance members in their ranks. Battalion Chief Steve Feinberg (BC206) (45F), Engineer Brandon Emery (TL202) (46F) and FF Brain Morris (TL203) (91F).

A few words of wisdom-
Never forget where you came from and always strive to make your "home" departments proud of your accomplishments.
Be Proud ! Be Brave ! Be Strong ! Most of all, Be Prepared !
Remember no matter where you are, no matter what you do, you always represent your department(s). Conduct yourself everyday with that in mind.
When a man becomes a fireman his greatest act of bravery has been accomplished. What he does after that is all in the line of work (Chief Edward F. Croker, FDNY)
Good Luck and stay safe !
Chief Robert Emery

Our EMS Lt. Lewis Moore is also a Captain of the Pottersville Volunteer Fire Company, Pottersville, NJ. Great article highlighting their new pet O2 masks.

Our squad also carries similar devices on our apparatus for our furry friends!

We enjoyed the annual Readington Township tree lighting tonight, with a visit from Santa riding on the fire truck from Readington Volunteer Fire Company.