432 entries in the Call History
At 13:55 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to the Wesmont Station train station for a stuck occupied elevator. FFs responded, reset the system and removed three parties from the elevator car. The elevator power supply was then locked out and tagged out. The scene was then turned over to the NJ Transit Police. All WR units were back in service at 14:28 hours.
At 08:29 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to 162 14th St. for the reported odor of smoke in the house. A thorough investigation by firefighters lead to opening up and finding a small smoldering electrical fire in the wall, which was extinguished with a water can. A precautionary line was stretched, although there was no further extension. All WR units were back in service at 09:45 hours.
At 19:10 hours, Moonachie Fire Command requested a ladder truck respond to 50 Knickerbocker Rd., Moonachie for a trailer on fire next to the building. T904 and R903 responded and assisted the Moonachie FD with extinguishing the fire and venting the smoke from the building. There was no fire extension to the building. T904 used it's ladder pipe to assist with extinguishment. All WR units were back in service at 21:15 hours.
At 10:38 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to 50 Blum Blvd. on the report of a downed utility pole with electric transformers leaking oil. FFs found three transformers had leaked a total of approximately 100 gallons of transformer oil. FFs contained the spill and covered it with speedy-dri and stood by at the scene until it was secured by PSE&G. Bergen County Haz Mat was called to the scene to assist with the cleanup. All WR units were back in service at 13:23 hours,
At 01:04 hours, South Hackensack Fire Command requested a FAST (Firefighter Assist and Search Team) unit respond to 450 Huyler St., South Hackensack for a fire in a commercial building. R903 responded and stood by at the scene. WR firefighters then assisted with overhauling the fire area and ventilation of the building. All WR units were back in service at 02:30 hours.
At 11:21 hours, Moonachie Fire Command requested a ladder truck respond to 35 Ramella St., Moonachie for a house fire. Asst. Chief Cribben and T904 responded and assisted the Moonachie FD with extinguishing the fire and overhauling the fire area in the attic. All WR units were back in service at 12:35 hours.
At 11:44 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to 183 Valley Blvd. for the report of a fire. Firefighters arrived and found rubbish burning on the outside of the structure. The fire was quickly extinguished preventing it's extension to the building. During the investigation it was determined that workers were replacing the floor in Apartment B. Hot work materials in proximity to cardbord caused ignition to rubbish. There were no injuries. All WR units were bac...
At 07:36 hours, Chief Schulz radioed the WR Police desk to report a working detached garage fire at 354 Windsor Rd. WR units responded and quickly extinguished the fire, preventing extension to a neighbor's garage. WR units were assisted on the scene by a Wallington FASTeam and a Carlstadt engine company. The WRFD Ladies Auxiliary also responded and provided refreshments. All WR units were back in service at 09:20 hours. There were no injuries and ...
At 05:44 hours, Lodi Fire Command requested an engine to cover LFD Headquarters while they fought a house fire at 26 Ave. D, Lodi. All three chiefs and E901 responded and covered the empty firehouse with additional mutual aid companies. There were no responses during the assignment. All WR units were back in service at 07:12 hours.
At 15:36 hours, East Rutherford Fire Command requested an engine to cover the Herman St. firehouse while the ERFD operated at Diamond Chemical Corp, for a chemical reaction / fire at the facility. E901 responded and covered the empty firehouse with other mutual aid companies. There were no responses during the cover assignment. All WR units were back in service at 17:36 hours.
At 18:27 hours, Hasbrouck Heights Fire Command requested a ladder truck to respond to 1000 Huyler St., Teterboro for a structure fire. Chiefs Cribben and Schulz and T904 responded and assisted the HHFD and other mutual aid companies in extinguishing a fire on the roof of the building. All WR units were back in service at 19:43 hours.
At 15:44 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to Washington Place, Hasbrouck Heights for the reported of a party trapped under a vehicle. First arriving units found a male trapped under the vehicle. Rescue companies from HH and WR used airbags to lift the car off the victim. HH EMS and paramedics treated and transported the victim to Hackensack Hospital. All WR units were back in service at 16:25 hours.
At 16:54 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to the area of 107 Route 17 South for the reported car fire. Firefighters arrived and found an engine compartment fire with extension into the passenger compartment. The fire was extinguished without incident. All WR units were back in service at 17:45 hours,
At 14:08 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to Marshall Lane and Wesmont Drive for the report of a car fire. Firefighters arrived and found the wheel assembly area of the car on fire. The fire was extinguished without incident. All WR units were back in service at 14:44 hours.
At 03:24 hours, the WRFD was dispatched to 401 Avalon Dr., Apt 4308 for the report of an activated carbon monoxide detector. Firefighters recorded 84 ppm of CO on the meters and determined the cause to be smoking materials, specifically a hooka. FFs vented the apartment until the CO levels were zero. All WR units were back in service at 05:00 hours.
At approximately 21:30 hours, the Hasbrouck Heights FD was dispatched to Quality Auto Body, 140 Park Place East, Wood-Ridge for the report of a fire as the HHFD was covering for the WRFD who was out of service for a department function. HHFD units arrived and found the auto body shop well involved in fire and immediately called a second alarm to the scene to assist in extinguishing the fire. Companies worked throughout the night putting out hot spots after the main body of fire was e...
At 17:49 hours, Lodi Fire Command requested an engine to respond to 64 Mitchell St., Lodi for a house fire. Chief Cribben, E901 and R903 all responded. WR firefighters assisted the Lodi FD in extinguishing the fire and overhauling the structure. After the fire was extinguished, WR apparatus relocated to the Lodi FD Main St. firehouse for station coverage. All WR units were back in service at 20:00 hours.
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