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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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Busy Day in Toms River
Thursday, April 10, 2014 11:02
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Firefighters from Toms River Fire Co. #2 handled 7 calls on Wednesday including a working vehicle fire.

 
   
   
Train Train Train
Sunday, March 30, 2014 
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This past Sunday firefighters from Toms River Fire Co. 1 and 2 along with East Dover Fire Co. 4 used a house that is set to be demolished this week for real life training.

 
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Fire at Allstate Building Route 37 E
Saturday, March 29, 2014 02:59
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Toms River Fire Companies 1 & 2 responded to the Allstate building at 1520 Route 37 East this morning March 29, 2014.  First arriving engine 2671 was faced with a working fire in a two-story, wood frame office building. 


 
Working fire Allstate building 02:59 3-29-14
   Working fire Allstate building 02:59
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Remembering Frank Young
   
Tuesday, March 18, 2014 
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Frank Young was a member of Toms River Co. No. 2 and graduated the academy in the late 1970's. He served here until joining the Chesapeake Va. Fire Dept in the early 1980's. 18 years ago today Frank and his partner were killed in a roof collapse while fighting a fire in a commercial building. This should drive home the point "Train like your life depends on it" Rest in Peace Brother.

 
Ambulance Fire
   
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 18:14
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02/25/14 1814 hours Ambulance Fire 599 Route 37W Around 1814 hours the Toms River Fire Department, Station 25 & 26 was dispatched to a Route 37W & Mule Road for a possible vehicle fire. While units were responding, dispatch advised the vehicle fire was located at 599 Rt37W. Chief Eddie Storino (2600) & Chief John Mount (2500) arrived on location in minutes and reported a working ambulance fire. Engine 2671 Station 26 (West Water St), Engine 2561 Station 25 (Robins St) and Engine 2631 Station 26-1 (Hooper Ave) were the responding units from Toms River Fire Department to extinguish the fire. Occupants of the building also pulled a pull station fire alarm in the building to also notify the fire department. All fire units were cleared up by 1906 hours.

 
Structure Fire 509 Clinton Ave
Friday, February 21, 2014 09:30
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2671 1st Due dropped a 5-inch supply line and then deployed 2-1 3/4" and a 2 1/2" hose lines into operation.  Also subsequently supplied Tower Ladder 2525.  Sta. 28 supplied a second 5-inch and feed 3065.  All companies operating: 25, 26, 28, 29, 30, 53, 16, 18.  Town coverage by 32, 44, 22.


 
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Lakehurst Road Fire
2671 crew on initial fire attack
   2671 crew on initial fire attack
Saturday, February 15, 2014 01:17
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On February 15, 2014 at 1:16 am The Toms River Police Department Dispatch Center received a call from a passing motorist that there was a home on fire. Police units responded to 499 Lakehurst Road to find flames shooting out from the front porch area of the home. As they approached the residence in anticipation of checking for potential victims they located an open side door however the fire wa...s already out of control and the officers were driven back.
Toms River Fire Companies #1 and #2 as well as East Dover Fire Company responded to battle the blaze. At 2:12 am the fire was determined to be under control. A search of the home determined that it was vacant at the time of the fire. There were no injuries reported in this incidentSee More
 
Above information posted by Chief Little on the TRPD face bookpage


 
2624 Assists Sta. 28 & Sta. 29
Saturday, February 8, 2014 02:00
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2624 was requested to respond to Vaughn and Yellowbank Saturday morning to assist with a extrication.  Specialized equipment including Long Paratech Struts carried on 2624 were ready for deployment, but were not needed.


 
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Toms River Fire Co. #2 has 4 New Firefighters
Monday, January 27, 2014 19:00
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The Toms River Fire Academy graduated the Winter Class of 2013. Toms River Fire Co. #2 had 4 Firefighters graduate: Eric Leather, Brian Malachefski, Tyler Nicoll and Nick Russo. 


 
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R.I.T. Assignment in Silverton
   
Saturday, November 30, 2013 18:45
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Around 1845 hours the Toms River Fire Department was dispatched for a possible structure fire on Bristol Ct off of Hooper Ave. When Assistant Chief Gary Tattersall (2910 Silverton Fire Company) arrived, he requested Station 26 for a R.I.T. Assignment.  Engine 2671 from Station 26 (West Water St.) handled the assignment along with Safety Officer John Novak (2660). All fire units were cleared up by 2200 hours.


 
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