Change Your Clocks Change Your Batteries

Posted on November 3, 2018

This weekend when you change your clocks remember to change your batteries

October 2018 Call Break-down

Posted on November 7, 2018

This October Company 1 responded to 32 calls for service. This month there was 1boiler issue, 1 carbon monoxide alarm, 2 dispatched structure fires, 2 EMS assists, 1 elevator rescue, 16 fire alarms, 1 gas leak, 1 mutual aid request for the dive team, 1 oven fire, 3 smoke conditions, 2 smells of smoke, and 1 vehicle fire. As always, the volunteer members of Company 1 are ready to respond 24 hours a day 7 days week.

                            

Elevator Rescue Training

Posted on November 11, 2018

Company 1 members are always training, many times giving up part of their weekends to complete advanced training. This weekend company 1 members took part in an elevator rescue class where firefighters learned how to safely remove passengers from a disabled elevator. In the picture below, Firefighter Myhr learned how to and practiced securing a disabled elevator.

Think you would like to join us? Stop by our firehouse (Miller Road and Franklin Turnpike) Wednesday nights at 730 or email us at info@mfdco1.org

Thanksgiving Safety Tips

Posted on November 14, 2018

Eventful Day For Mahwah Fire

Posted on November 15, 2018

Starting at around 6:30 this morning Rescue 1 along with Fire Companies 2, 4, and EMS responded to 287 South for a car crash with an entrapped driver. After arriving on scene members Rescue found a car has crashed into the back of a tractor trailer. Rescue 1 worked for close to an hour to remove the driver from the car who was then transported to an area hospital.

Later after the snow storm had started Fire Companies 1 and 3 responded to Masonicus Road for a car fire. After arriving on scene members Mahwah Fire found the car was fully involved in fire, the driver had already exited the vehicle.  Fire Companies 1 and 3 then worked to extinguish the fire and ensure that it was out. 



 

Deep Fried Turkey Safety Tips

Posted on November 19, 2018

If you plan on deep frying a turkey latter this week remember to be safe. If you do have a greese fire remember these safety tips

  • Leave the area and call 911
  • Only if it can be done safely, turn off the heat source (i.e. the burner) if possible
  • Only if it can be done safely, cover the fire. Keep a pan lid handy when cooking with oil or grease and slide it over the pan to cut off the oxygen. If a pan lid isn’t available, soak a towel and ring out the excess water, placing the towel over the pan 
  • Only if it can be done safely, once covered, slide the pan off the heat source if possible. Don’t attempt if there is a chance the pan could tip
  • Do NOT put water on it, water will create a fire

Happy Thanksgiving

Posted on November 22, 2018

From our family to yours have a happy and safe Thanksgiving

 

Carbon Monoxide Safety

Posted on November 28, 2018

Santa Is Coming To Town

Posted on November 29, 2018

Santa will be arriving this Sunday for the annual tree lighting at Town Hall. He will also be around town throughout the month. 

December Events

December 2 - Tree Lighting
Event begins at 4:30 pm with Tree Lighting at 5:00 pm

December 3 - Menorah Lighting
Event begins at 6:00 pm - Refreshments, Entertainment, Crafts and Music

December 8
Fire Company 4 will be escorting Santa around the Fardale and Rio Vista sections of town

December 9 (Rain Date December 16)
Fire Company 1 will be escorting Santa around the Cragmere, Franklin Heights, Franklin Crossing, and Franklin Turnpike sections of town

Fire Company 2 will be escorting Santa around the West Mahwah and Ridge Road sections of town

December 15
Fire Company 3 will be escorting Santa around the Masonicus, Scotch Hills, Paddington Square, and top of Cragmere sections of town

*Please note that these dates may be subject to change