Thursday, March 16th, 2017
At approximately 1630 hours Kingwood Fire Co. along with other mutual aid departments were dispatched for a report of a dwelling fire on Rt. 519. Deputy Chief 23 arrived and confirmed a working fire. ...
Saturday, December 31st, 2016
Kingwood Twp. Fire Co responded Tender 16-2 and Tender 16-1 as part of the south county tender task force to assist station 21 with a dwelling fire. Upon arrival Chief 16 established water supply dump...
Saturday, July 9th, 2016
On 7/9/2016 at 11:20 pm the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 was dispatched as part of the West Hunterdon Tender Task force for a Structure Fire in Holland Township. Tender 16-2 piloted by C...
Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013
Station 16 fire and 16 rescue were dispatched to the 2000 block of Rt 29 for a brush fire. Chief 16 arrived and advised smoke showing from a 100x30 area. B16, E16-2, T16-1 all responded as well as 1 B...
Call history
55 entries in the Call history
At 11:21 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Kingwood Township Vol. Rescue Squad were alerted for a manual pull station alarm at the Deleware Valley Regional High School. Prior to leaving the station State Police on scene indicated it was a malicious intentional pull station that ...
Sunday, May 15th, 2011
At 18:05 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Quakertown Vol. Fire Company were alerted to a possible wire pole fire on Pittstown Road. Quakertown's Squad checked the area and was unable to find any wire fires.
At 14:49 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and Kingwood Township Vol. Rescue Squad were alerted to a fire alarm activation at Deleware Valley Regional High School. An Engine crew responded to the scene.
Friday, May 6th, 2011
At 04:58 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company was alerted for our Tender to supply water at the scene of a house fire in Raritan Township. Tender 16-71 responded with Captain Hanley and Lt. Narbonne on board.
At 14:02 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No.1 was alerted to a Wire/Pole fire in the area of Fairview Road and County Road 519. Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company units on scene blocked the road until the line was denergized and turned over to JCP&L for repairs.
15:44 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 was alerted as part of the South County Tanker Task Force for Tender 16-71 to supply water at the scene of a fully involved structure fire on Haines Road in East Amwell Township.
At 16:52 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to a 2 car MVA at the intersection of Hog Hollow and Senator Stout Roads. Deputy Chief Jim Drake arrived on scene and provided an update of the number of patients and their status to the Rescue Squad.
At 01:18 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to a car vs deer accident on Route 12 near Fitzer Road. Deputy Chief and EMT Jim Drake arrived on scene to find one of our own members involved in the accident.
At 01:08 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 was alerted for a water tender to respond to Pittstown Road to assist the Quakertown Vol. Fire Company with extinguishing a shed fire. Tender 16-71 responded to the call and was cancelled enroute.
At 15:50 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to an alarm activation on Locktown Road. Chief Floyd responded to the location of the reported scene but was unable to find the address we were alerted to.
At 14:01 the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted for a loud explosion being heard and smoke and fire initially seen by residents on Tinsman and Creek Roads. Chief Floyd responded to the call.
Friday, February 25th, 2011
At 15:59 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company were alerted to assist the Stockton Vol. Fire Company and Rescue Squad at the scene of a chimney fire on the southern end of Kingwood Byram Road. Stockton Fire Companies Chief Stefanelli assumed command.
At 06:28 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to a residence for wires down and a transformer explosion in their driveway. Deputy Jim Drake and Chief Frank Floyd responded to the scene alone with Engine 16-61.
16:43 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to a report of an unknown substance burning on the westbound shoulder of Route 12. Chief Floyd arrived on scene and found a sweatshirt smoldering on the shoulder.
16:06 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Kingwood Rescue Squad were alerted to an alarm activation at the Deleware Valley Regional High School. Upon arrival Lt. Narbone established command.
Sunday, February 20th, 2011
09:11 The Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Township Rescue Squad were alerted to a CO alarm in a residence on Bellis Lane. Deputy Chief Jim Drake established command. Engine 16-64 responded with a crew to investigate.
17:16 The Kingwood Vol. Fire Company No. 1 was alerted for Tender 16-71 to supply water to assist the Raritan Township Vol. Fire Company with extinguishing an Attic fire on Junction Road. Lt. Jason Narbone responded with member Ben Horner in Tender 16-71.
Friday, February 11th, 2011
At 11:50 am the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 and the Kingwood Township Rescue Squad were alerted to a fire at the Kingwood Township Elementary School. Upon arrival the fire was extinguished by KTS Personnel.
Friday, February 11th, 2011
At 3:41 am the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company No. 1 was alerted to assist the Frenchtown Vol. Fire company with what was reported initially as a basement fire. Upon arrival the call was downgraded to a house full of smoke.
At 8:49 pm the Kingwood Township Vol. Fire Company and the Kingwood Rescue squad were alerted to the scene of a 2 car motor vehicle accident at the intersection of State Route 12 and County Road 519. Upon arrival one vehicle was removed from the intersection, all persons involved in the accident we...
55 entries in the Call history

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