Our Very Own Assistant Chief Honored at New Jersey Firefighters 31st Annual Valor Awards Dinner
THE MISSION AT HAND
Extrication Franklin Blvd
LIVINGSTON, NJ - The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center presented Assistant Chief Vincent Inzano of Community Fire & Rescue Department #1 with a Special Recognition Award during the 31th Annual Valor Awards held on October 25, 2018.
Last December, Assistant Chief Inzano was on his way home when he noticed a significant amount of smoke that turned out to be a house on fire. He immediately pulled over and started banging on doors, notifying occupants to evacuate. Chief Inzano then began containment of the fire with an extinguisher until responding companies arrived.
Because of his quick actions, the fire was contained and there was no loss of life at this incident. His actions demonstrate that firefighters are always on duty.
Each year, The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas, New Jersey’s only certified burn treatment facility, recognizes firefighters, policemen, and additional health care professionals from throughout New Jersey for their heroic endeavors on and off the line of duty. Honorees are nominated by respective departments and selected by a committee of peers.
The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, the only state-certified burn treatment facility in New Jersey, is equipped to treat pediatric through geriatric burn patients with a full range of specialized services, including a dedicated outpatient department where individuals with small or minor burns receive treatment and discharged patients return for follow-up care.
In addition, The Center’s educational programs teach burn awareness, prevention and fire safety to thousands of people of all backgrounds throughout the state of New Jersey. To learn more, or make a donation, please visit www.njburncenter.com.
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At 04:28 this morning District 3 was dispatched to the area of 429 franklin blvd. for an mva with possible entrapment. Car 252 arrived within 2 minutes and confirmed the pin. Rescue Company 25 and Engine Company 253 arrived simultaneously and both crews went to work stabilizing the vehicle and removing the drivers door. Engine Company 27 stretched a suppression line off of Engine 253. Engine Company 251 arrived soon after and assisted with manpower The victim was extricated within 14 minutes of the initial dispatch! A quick response and 17 members from the company on scene led to the quick and efficient outcome! Great job by all!Type your paragraph here.
Community Volunteer Fire Company #1
The primary mission of the Community Vol. Fire Co. No. 1 is to provide fire and rescue services designed to protect the lives and property of the community that we serve. This is fulfilled by the efforts of dedicated personnel, who are committed to teamwork and providing superior customer service to those in need.