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Congratulations Ex-Chief Frank Kneipher for 50+ years of service to the West Keansburg Fire Company and the township of Hazlet.
On Sunday, April 7th, Chief Schroeck and 1st Lieutenant Schroeck trained members from Keansburg Fire Company #1 on our forcible entry door prop.
Two new members joined the Fire Company today. Joe Campanelli and John Cuff were accepted by the membership and will serve a one year probationary period. Both new members are fully trained firefighters already and have experience with other fire companies in the area. Welcome to the WKFC family.
The Fire Company is proud to support the Lighthouse Uniform Company's "Bereavement Uniform Program". The company was able to donate 19 Class A jackets and 9 Class A pants for the cause. Click the link below to find out more.
Compton Ave Structure Fire March 5, 2013 Photo and article courtesy of the Asbury Park Press HAZLET — The fire that damaged a township home Tuesday night was accidental, authorities said Wednesday morning. The exact cause of the fire remains under investigation, but authorities have determined the blaze was accidental, said Monmouth County Fire Marshal Henry Stryker. The fire at 97 Compton Avenue, near Ivadell Place, was reported at 9:35 p.m., but residents managed to escape, and i...
If you have a fire hyrant on your property or one near your property, help us help you. Help us clear fire hydrant of snow. Clear all sides of the hydrant to allow personnel to operate and hoses to connect properly. This helps us get a water supply to the engines quicker during a fire, This will save vaulable time when we arrive at a fire.
Yearly Gag Gifts Keeping up with a long standing company tradition, we delivered our yearly gag gift to New Point Comfort on Saturday, December 29th. We hopefully started another tradition by dropping North Centerville Fire Company a gift of their own! After assisting them with demolition work after Superstorm Sandy, the Fire Company decided to make them a "new custom" kitchen set, complete with a new refrigerator. Enjoy from Chief Schroeck and the West Keansburg Fire Co! After...
Once again, Santa Claus is coming to town. He will be visiting our neighbors courtesy of the Fire Company on Monday December 24th begining at dusk. We will attempt to make it down every street in our primary coverage area. This area includes all of West Keansburg, all streets east of South Laurel ave to the Holmdel Border and all streets west of South Laurel Ave, north of Marsand Drive. Please do not call the Police Department for special requests.
10 entries in the News