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March 27
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2016 681
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Spring Safety Tips

Commissioner Steven Freeman, March 25

General Safety Tips

General safety is the first thing to consider heading into spring. Here are some great spring safety tips to keep yourself and your family safe as your transition into the new season:

* Removing any old paint cans and paint thinners, in addition to old newspapers and magazines. Your local dump station should have a
place for hazardous material drop off to dispose of these ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Ryan Malheiro, February 13

To commemorate and celebrate the contributions to our nation made by people of African descent, American historian Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week. First celebrated in 1926, the week was expanded into Black History Month in 1976 as part of the nation’s bicentennial. Each year, the U.S. President proclaims February as National African American History Month

Molly Williams (fl. 1818) ... (Full Story & Photos)

National Burn Awareness Week

Commissioner Steven Freeman, February 07

Each year in the United States approximately 400,000 people seek medical care for burns injuries. Most burn-related injuries are preventable.

While most burn injuries occur at home, approximately 10% take place in the workplace. And fire or open flame isn’t always the cause of the burn injury either. A large portion of cooking burns happen when a person comes in contact with a hot object or liquid ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter S. Freeman, January 07

During the winter snow season we ask our residents to please take a minute while clearing the snow from their homes and businesses and make sure that any fire hydrants in their area are also cleared of snow and accessible. This extra step will help us help you quicker in the event of an emergency. We thank you for your assistance in providing a rapid emergency response to the community we serve.... (Full Story & Photos)

MVA on the Garden State Parkway

Commissioner Steven Freeman, January 01

At 21:38 on December 29th, District 11 and District 9 were dispatched to a reported motor vehicle accident on the Garden State Parkway Northbound at milepost 133.2. Upon arrival, they had a three car MVA, in the center median with one vehicle rolled over and one on fire. The occupants were out of the vehicles and one had a minor injury that was treated by EMS. Firefighters extinguished the small ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Commissioner Steven Freeman, December 29

Whether you decide to spend the holiday solo, with a small group of loved ones, or in a larger gathering, there are some New Year's Eve safety tips to keep in mind that can help you fully enjoy this celebration while minimizing your risk.

Consider Your Guest List
If you are planning on hosting an event, try to keep your guest list as small as possible to minimize the risk of spreading COVID-19. You ... (Full Story & Photos)

Ten Tips for Safe Holiday Decorating

Commissioner Steven Freeman, December 25

Seasonal decorations, including lights, trees and wreaths, can help put your household in the holiday spirit. However, when not used properly, decorations–particularly lights–can create safety hazards or cause fires.

Keep your family safe during the holidays. Prior to use, read the manufacturer’s instructions for each item to understand how to use it properly. In addition, follow these best practices ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Commissioner Steven Freeman, December 05

The Iselin Chemical Hook and Ladder Volunteer Fire Company participated in the 60th annual holiday parade in Woodbridge on December 5th, 2021. Along with marching band, floats, civic groups, politicians, and the other Township fire and first aid squads, the Fire Company had Chief Joe Francisquini driving 11-3-1, Sandie Lynch driving Recue 11, and Fatima Manzoor driving Ladder 11 in the parade. The ... (Full Story & Photos)


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