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BLS 4352, BLS 4353, and SSU 4359 responded to this second due call for a motor vehicle crash in Byram yesterday in the middle of a busy Monday - 8 calls (3 of which were MVCs) on the day shift for our career staff and volunteer crews 🚑 ...

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Look who’s home! This afternoon we welcomed 4355 back to Sussex County after undergoing a full remount and refurb. We look forward to getting her back in the rotation in the coming days following State inspection 🚑 Thanks to everyone at VCI Emergency Vehicles for another outstanding job! ...

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Coming home any day now! We got a sneak peak today as VCI Emergency Vehicles puts the finishing touches on our 2009 Horton Emergency Vehicles 553 remount on a 2020 Ford 4x4 F-Series chassis. Can’t wait to have her back running with us! ...

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Thanks to the new AG Pizza & Restaurant- Andover for keeping lunch warm for us today! Our duty crew stopped by on opening day of the new Andover Township location but lunch had to wait until dinner when this afternoon got busy. Our crew handled a medical in Andover Township and upon clearing the hospital, they were called for station coverage while our partners at Blue Ridge Rescue Squad worked a mass casualty incident in Montague. BLS 4353 handled the cover assignment and BLS 4351 crewed up to cover our primary. 4353 was later called in to the scene of the MCI to transport some of the 14 patients. Other EMS units assigned to the MCI or covering included BRRS 5654 & 5652, Atlantic Mobile Health 292 & 297, Milford FD EMS, Port Jervis, Wantage Township First Aid Squad 6352, Glenwood Pochuck Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Saint Clare's Health Paramedics, and the Sussex County EMS Coordinators.

BLS 4351 and Byram Twp Fire Department handled a crash on Route 206 near Byram ShopRite while the MCI was going on. 4351 subsequently transported one patient from that crash to a regional trauma center.
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Today we bid farewell to our “temporary“ loaner ambulance that has been serving with us since the summer of 2019. Delivery of our new truck is expected within a week from VCI Emergency Vehicles. This unit was one of the twin loaners we had in 2016-2017 and came back to us this time around. It originally served Philipstown volunteer ambulance corps. ...

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Our weekend duty crew continues their stand by during our winter weather event today ❄️

Update 14:00 - Currently BLS 4351 is handling an Andover Township call, and BLS 4355 is on a mutual aid assignment in to Green Township due to heavy call volume in the 95 Rescue primary.
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It is with sincere regret that we announce the passing of life member Todd Duffy. Past President and Past Treasurer for many years, Todd was an exemplary part of our department and the community as whole. God speed, Todd. Rest easy, friend. ...

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Congratulations to our friends at Blairstown Ambulance Corps on taking delivery of their new FRU 😍 Looking good, 46 Rescue! ...

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Around 17:30 this evening, Byram Twp Fire Department and BLS 4351 were dispatched to smoke in a residence in the Forest Lakes section of Byram. While responding, the call was upgraded to a working structure fire. Minutes later a trauma call was received in Andover Township which was handled by BLS 4355.

A second rig was requested to the scene of the fire. BLS 4353 responded as our third ambulance on the road, and currently remains on scene.

Update: Units have cleared the fire scene as of about 20:30.
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Hey, we know that guy! FF/EMT Dan Sura (left in front of the Ladder) keeping the city of Linden safe today after a marathon shift on the 43 ambulance yesterday during the storm. We’re proud of you, Dan! Keep up the good work! ...

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Crews are responding to our TENTH call in under 24 hours. ...

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Here’s the latest on the storm from County OEM ❄️Good afternoon,.

Sussex County Sheriff and Emergency Management Coordinator Michael F Strada would like to share with you the latest forecast.
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Our crews are spending the night in quarters. We will have crews staged at both of our stations to reduce response times from this severe storm.

If you require unique or urgent assistance please contact the local police departments on their non-emergency lines: Byram 973-347-4008 or Andover 973-383-5544.

The snow may be deep, but as always, we will be there for you👍👍.
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