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Welcome to Toms River Fire Company #2

Mission Statement

This organization shall be known by the name of Toms River Fire Company # 2 Incorporated of the Township of Toms River, County of Ocean and State of New Jersey.

This company is incorporated under the laws of the State of New Jersey. Incorporated on April 18th, 1922.

The objective of this organization shall be to extinguish fires, rescue and save lives and protect property in conformance to the regulations of the District #1 Toms River Township Board of Fire Commissioners.


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Fire Prevention Week
Friday, October 17, 2014 10:00
Firefighters from Toms River Fire Company # 1 & 2 attended Washington Street Elementary School for Fire Prevention Week. Planned later this month is Cherry Lane Day Care.

Washington Street School
   Washington Street School
Co. No. 2 Trip to 9/11 Museum
Saturday, October 11, 2014 
Fire company # 2 members along with other TRFD Firefighters attended the 9/11 Museum on Saturday October 11th. The trip also included a stop at FDNY Engine 15, Ladder 18 and Battalion 4 in lower Manhattan. Past Co #1 and Pleasant Plains Firefighter Rocky Raimondi is now a chauffeur for E-15 & B-4.

Group Picture with Rocky
   Group Picture with Rocky
ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
   ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 
Chief Storino, Asst. Chief Beebe, President Hoehn and VP Voigt have been challenged by FF Nolan to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. All 4 of the Officers completed the challenge along with every firefighter from our station. Chief Storino Challenged the ALL Toms River Fire Departments, Toms River Police Department, Toms River Bureau of Fire Prevention and the Orange County Fire Authority in California.

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Open House
Saturday, August 16, 2014 
Toms River Fire Co #2 along with the 5 other fire companies held an Open House at the Fire Academy this past Saturday.

Toms River players greeted by family and friends in return home
Saturday, August 9, 2014 17:00
TOMS RIVER After a sixth inning rally fell short for Toms River Little League in Friday's Mid-Atlantic Regional semifinal, the team was met with a hero's welcome while arriving home on Saturday. It might not have been the Canyon of Heroes, but for the group of all-stars traveling atop fire trucks from Nino's Family Restaurant on Route 9 to the Toms River Little League complex, complete with a convoy of fire department vehicles leading the way, it certainly felt similar. "It's awesome to see how much our town really backed us up on this journey, and how much they really appreciate you going that far," said Connor Cino, who belted a two-run sixth inning double in Friday's semifinal. "When we started here on this field, we never dreamed about getting to a regional, but we did it, because we're the team that could do it. Every group of all-stars is capable of getting that far, but we did it because we were such a strong team." A congregation of families, friends, supporters, and longtime Toms River Little League enthusiasts were on hand to greet this collection of talented young ballplayers, who posted a 4-1 record in Mid-Atlantic Region competition, and as the congratulatory handshakes and embraces began, the picture became clearer. This accomplishment went beyond the concept of "team." It took a family to complete this journey. "This is absolutely a family," Toms River Little League manager Pete Avallone said. "That idea of a team becoming a family is something the coaching staff and I have stressed to these kids from the first week we had them back in June. 'All 13 of you are part of this family,' and they treated it like one. They fought for one another, and every single one of them contributed in a big way at one point throughout this journey." "It's been a long, fun ride," Toms River pitcher and first baseman Kayla Roncin said. "To work and win with my friends, to see us stick together and take on a new challenge every day was a lot of fun." It was a ride that started back in June and included both a District 18 championship and a New Jersey State title, before an impressive run through Mid-Atlantic Region play. And it's one Avallone saw coming early on. "We could definitely see from the start that this group had something special about it," Avallone said. "You knew the ability was obviously there, but to make a run like this you need something extra. You need to have good, smart ballplayers that play well for a long stretch, which we had, but you also need a lot of luck. And we had both from the start." Though Toms River's decorated run ended prematurely, it's the memories that mean the most, and which will be shared by player and parent alike for a lifetime. "Coaches were telling Jon (Giordano) that he just didn't have what it takes to be a pitcher," said Debra Giordano, mother of Toms River pitcher and slugger Jonathan Giordano. "Now he's out there on the mound helping his team win championships, and we owe (Little League coach) Roy Craig for giving him the chance. Those are the memories that are going to stick with us." "It was an incredible experience and a very stressful one having to watch them play. You're happy when they win, sad when they lose. It was a ride for sure. But for me, I'll always remember those around me, the ones you spent those times with. And I know the experiences with the kids he played with will stick out for Jon as well." "I love how we fought together," said Jonathan Giordano. "We never gave up no matter the situation. I'm proud of what we accomplished, and there's no other group of players I would have wanted to be on this journey with." Chris Rotolo, @rote7123 www.app.com

Structure Fire on Washington Street
Friday, August 8, 2014 00:30
Stations 25 & 26 were dispatched for a fire alarm on Washington St. Upon arrival of the police officer, fire was immediately observed emanating from the east side of the building. Flames were observed on the first floor where a window unit air conditioner was located. Along with Toms River Fire Companies 1 & 2, East Dover assisted at the RIC Team. Investigator Esposito of the Toms River Bureau if Fire Prevention and Toms River Police Detective Thomas Demichele are conducting the investigation. The cause has yet to be determined however the in investigators are exploring the possibility that the fire may have started in the area of the air conditioner. All units were clear from the scene by 2:20 am. Information Obtained from Toms River Police Department Press Release.

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Boat Training
Saturday, July 26, 2014 
FF Harry Clayton, FF Rob Sroczynski and FF Alan Robertson were training and patrolling the Toms River till past weekend.

RIC Assignment - Seaside Park
Friday, July 18, 2014 19:04
Station 26 was dispatched to Central Ave in South Seaside Park as a RIC (Rapid Intervention Crew) Assignment. Responding Units were Rescue 2624, Utility 2617 & Chief 2610.

Water Rescue - IBSP
Friday, July 18, 2014 12:12
All of the Toms River Fire Companies were dispatched to assist Seaside Park and Seaside Heights Fire Departments with an Ocean Rescue for a missing swimmer.

Working Fire Washington & Robbins St.
Thursday, May 15, 2014 23:30
Major fire to Building at the corner of Washington St and Robbins St.

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