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2 days ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

Special Services Unit 4359 finished up in the graphics department at VCI Emergency Vehicles late last week and will soon head back to Spectrum Communications / Major Automotive Installations for some finishing touches and scene lights on the cap. ...

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5 days ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

Happy Easter with a repost of Lakeland EMS Skip Danielson, Charlie Raffay, Russ Christie, Danny Conklin, Mel Dennison and a couple other unknowns with the Easter Bunny himself in the 1970’s. Photo courtesy of Byram Mayor Alex Rubenstein ...

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Wishing everyone a happy and safe Easter Weekend!! Thanks to all the families and supporters of our annual egg hunt, especially Wild West City! The weather may not have been the most cooperative today, but we appreciate everyone making the effort to brave the rain (and mud)! 🐰 πŸ₯š ...

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This morning, BSA Troop 276 - Byram, NJ, Crew 276, their leadership, community members, our Lakeland members, and staff assembled a team of 30 to boil, dye, and package (most of) 5040 eggs for our annual Easter Egg Hunt at Wild West City Saturday morning.

Thank you to everyone who helped with this tremendous task! We look forward to seeing everyone!
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BLS 43-51 and 43-53 at Newton Medical Center after responding to two simultaneous medical calls in Andover last evening. ...

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2 weeks ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

Just before sunrise Saturday morning, our station along with Andover Township Police had a call come in for an imminent child birth. With mere minutes to spare, BLS 4351 arrived at the hospital, and this little baby boy arrived before we cleared! Congrats to the Bilancia Family of Andover Township on their new addition! Thanks for sharing the update with us 🍼Huge thank you to LakeLand Emergency Squad for getting me to Newton Medical Center in time to have my baby on Saturday April 13th. I had a little boy! He was my 3rd and we made it there just in time.πŸ˜ŠπŸ’— ...

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Wishing a happy Public Safety Telecommunicators Week to all of the dispatchers who keep us safe everyday! Thank you, Andover Township Police Dispatch & Sussex County Sheriffs 911 Center! ...

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2 weeks ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

In an emergency call #911 ...then there are a few things to do before we arrive that can save precious time #ambulance #paramedics #emergency #beprepared #medication ...

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Calling all cyclists - It's time to sign up for the Revolutionary Ramble!! This year there are 7 different routes ranging in length, "from friends and family" to "Tour de Morris County."

Each year the Morris Area Freewheelers Foundation hosts this event event to raise money to support volunteer EMS agencies. We are proud to have been selected three years in a row to be receive this generous award.
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**HAPPENING NOW** Rescue 4356 is operating at a commercial structure fire in Stillwater assisting Stillwater Emergency Rescue Squad BLS 4251, along with BLS 2751 from Fredon and BLS 5652 from Blue Ridge Rescue Squad. Our BLS 4352 is staffed back home, and BLS 4351 is out on a station coverage assignment for parts of the NW side of the County. ...

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3 weeks ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

In an emergency, a few moments of preparation may help save a life. ...

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Our March 2019 numbers are in:
101 Total Calls (99% Response Rate)
Andover Twsp. (37), Byram Twsp. (39), Andover Boro. (10), Mutual Aid Runs (15). YTD Total as of 03/31 - 283 Calls.

March: 83 Total Patients, 34 Simultaneous Calls, 7 MVCs, 9 Fire Calls, 0 Special Event/Standbys, 2234 Total Miles, 0 Flyouts, 35 ALS Dispatches (13 Treats, 12 Cancels, 7 Triages, 2 ALS RMAs, 1 Pronouncement), Busiest Dates 03/02 & 03/26 with 6 Calls.
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3 weeks ago

Lakeland Emergency Squad

Some very exciting news for Byram’s own Waterloo Village, New Jersey!

New Jersey State Parks, Forests & Historic Sites
Waterloo Village Historic Site will be receiving a $3 million grant to rehabilitate three Morris Canal-related historic buildings.

You can find out more information about the grant and the buildings being worked on here: www.nj.gov/dep/newsrel/2019/19_0023.htm

#NJStateParks #WaterlooVillageHistoricSite
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