Last night the in house duty crew participated in annual SCBA training. This year's training consisted of zero visibility hands on equipment recognition. During this team building evolution teams worked together to locate the parts and construct an SCBA in zero visibility. This video shows just what the firefighters saw and heard during this drill.
Deputy Chief Keith Harrison Jr coming in from the first part of the Duathlon. Go Keith!
Yesterday several members participated in Relay for Life of Medford as part of team Firefighters for a Cure. They walked in the Relay wearing full turnout gear including SCBA and even took part in a Zumba class. Good job to our guys and ladies for your continued hard work and caring!
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Matt Hodder
· December 29, 2016
They are the best!!! I will always trust them to me on the scene
Susan Ryan
· July 9, 2016
Great triathlon today. Thanks for letting us spend the night behind the firehouse.
Kent Denton
March 7, 2012
It's interesting to visit your site, Chief. It brings back many memories.

Kent Denton

A busy weekend for our volunteers. Saturday afternoon units were sent to Route 206 and Pemberton Road for a motor vehicle crash. Chief 1710 arrived on scene with the NJSP. There were no injuries and no need for fire department services. An hour later units were sent to Oak Knoll Avenue for power wires that had set brush on fire. Engine 1712 remained on scene to await the arrival of PSE&G before clearing. Sunday afternoon units responded to Church Rd and Meadowyck Lane for... a motor vehicle collision with a motorcycle versus a car. Chief 1710 arrived moments later followed by Rescue Engine 1711, BLS, and medics. The patient was transported by medical helicopter to the trauma center with non-life threatening injuries. Engine 1712 was on the assignment handling the landing zone in a field near the scene. Rescue Engine 1711 would then be sent out for another motor vehicle crash just after 7pm which turned out to be minor in nature. Summertime is the busiest time of year for motor vehicle crashes in our town so please do your part keeping others safe by looking twice for motorcycles and not being a distracted driver. #vincentfire171 #pennstar6

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Tabernacle Rescue Squad

Tonight members of the Vincent Fire Company joined together with TRS members to learn CPR from our volunteer instructors. #bluecrew #vincentfire