Recent Calls
Thu. Jan 19th 2017
WAFCO Runs Barry Road Barn Fire.

At approx. 1833 hrs. WAFCO was dispatched for the fire of unknown origin in the unit block of Barry Road.  Patrol arrive...

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Fri. Jan 13th 2017
WAFCO Runs MVA with Fuel Leak

At approx. 0900 hrs WAFCO was dispatched to the unit block of Mill Road for the reported active fuel leak from a vehicle.&nbs...

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Wed. Jan 11th 2017
WAFCO Runs Delaware Twp Barn Fire

At approx. 2250 hrs. WAFCO was dispatched along with the balance of the 1st alarm assignment into the unit block of Hamp for ...

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News Headlines
Wed. Nov 9th 2016
WAFCO takes delivery of new Car 26-1

WAFCO recently took delivery of the new Car 26-1.   The vehicle a 2016 Chevy Tahoe received a specialty conversion ...

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Tue. Nov 8th 2016
Refurbishment of Car 26-2 and Brush 26-2 completed.

Throughout the summer and fall two WAFCO units received some upgrades to increase their serviceable life.Brush 26-2 received ...

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Sun. Nov 6th 2016
WAFCO Participates in Hunterdon County Foam Task-Force Drill.

On Sunday November 6th 10 WAFCO members traveled to High Bridge to participle in the task-force drill.  A classroom lect...

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West Amwell Fire Company
24 Mt. Airy Village Road / PO Box 379
Lambertville, NJ 08530
Non-Emergency: 609 397-3434
Emergency: 911
Fax: 609 397-3715