Car Hits Rt. 46 Repair Shop

Posted on May 19, 2013

March 28th around rush hour a car lost control and smashed into the front window of Rt. 46 classic cars the driver had minor injuries as did the car that was in front window of the show room the glass and window frame took the brunt of the hit. The fire company remained on scene for around an hour.  

Squad 56 & E-53 Assists Flanders With Brush Fire

Posted on May 19, 2013

Tuesday April 9th Budd Lake and Flanders Fire Companies were dispatched to Mt. Olive High School for a reported brush fire. Flanders Brush 98 and Budd Lake Squad 56 and Engine 53 responded and used to hand lines and extinguished the 50 x 100 foot fire within forty five minutes there were no injuries and the fire was investigated by the Mt. Olive Police.   

Budd Lake Fire And Rescue Handles Two Crashes In 8 Hours

Posted on May 19, 2013

In the early morning hours of April 28th units were called to Wolf Rd. and Alersgate Circle for a car into a tree with entrapment. Car 51 arrived and reported a car into a tree with heavy entrapment Squad 56, Rescue 77 and Rescue 97 worked to extricate the person from the SUV whose roof was caved in, crews had to remove the roof and doors so the person could be removed from the car and then transported to a waiting helicopter that transported to Morristown Hospital all units returned to service two hours later. After getting some rest they were alerted again around 12 noon for a car into a pizza shop Car 50 and 51 arrived and reported that a car had gone through the store and was completely in the restaurant with the driver still in the car. Squad 56 and Rescue 77 entered the shop and removed the person as glass was hanging over head causing a dangerous condition the man was then taken to an area hospital with minor injuries. Personal remained on the scene for an hour waiting for the health and building departments to arrive. http://1strespondernews.com/webpages/news/displayNews.aspx?PT=news&ID=5d9fe7fb-3615-48f9-8732-0146fad3ace6     

Budd Lake Fire Responds To Rt. 80 For Overturn Truck

Posted on May 19, 2013

Late afternoon on Saturday April 20th the fire company responded to the extension ramp to Rt. 80 east for a report of an overturned truck units arrived to find a logging truck on its side and diesel fuel all over the ground. Squad 56 and Roxbury Rescue 2 worked the scene cleaning up the fuel spill and securing the truck. The driver was transported to a local hospital with minor injuries. The Morris County Haz-Mat unit was on scene as well assisting with the cleanup the roadway was reopened within two hours.

Budd Lake Member Recruitment Open House

Posted on May 20, 2013