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Neighbors Helping Neighbors Since 1949

Since 1949, the Volunteers of the West Amwell Fire Company have provided Fire Protection and more recently Rescue Services to the residents of West Amwell Township and Portions of Delaware Township.

Phone: 609-397-3434
(For emergencies dial 911)

Mailing Address:

PO Box 379
Lambertville, NJ 08530

About us
The West Amwell Fire Company currently operates out of two Stations staffing: 1 Ladder (75′ Quint), 1 Engine, 1 Squad (Engine Equipped with Extrication Tools), 1 Rescue, 2 Brush Trucks, 1 Special Service, 1 Utility (Duty Ofc/Tow Vehicle), 2 Command Vehicles, 1 ATV equipped for patient transport, 1 aluminum flat bottom Rescue One boat and 1 inflatable boat for use by the swift water rescue team.
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West Amwell Fire Company is a 100% Volunteer Fire/ Rescue Company
West Amwell Township,Nj

Your WAFCO volunteers will be assisting during this event.🚧 ROAD CLOSURE 🚧
This Sunday, April 21st from 10:00am to 12:00pm, Rocktown-Lambertville Road will be closed between Mount Airy Harbourton Road and Rocktown Hill Road for the South Hunterdon 5K 🏃🏼‍♀️👟🏃🏻‍♂️
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Your WAFCO volunteers will be assisting during this event.

Wednesday at 9:26pm Quint 26 was dispatched with 47 fire for the reported chimney fire.
Chief 26 (Ent ) and Quint 26 (Capt. Fozman) responded, set up on the A side of the dwelling and went to work with the chimney chains.

While Chief and Quint operated in Delaware Township a crew staffed Engine 26 and Rescue 26 for any additional calls.
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Wednesday at 9:26pm Quint 26 was dispatched with 47 fire for the reported chimney fire. 
Chief 26 (Ent ) and Quint 26 (Capt. Fozman) responded,  set up on the A side of the dwelling and went to work with the chimney chains.  

While Chief and Quint operated in Delaware Township a crew staffed Engine 26 and Rescue 26 for any additional calls.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment
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Box alarms

Level 1s
alarm activations, CO alarms, car fires, wire pole fires, brush fires, helicopter landing zones, car accidents and cover assignments.
Level 2s
smoke odor and smoke in a building, odor of gas in a building, electrical fires, chimney fires.
Level 3s
Building fires
Fire Extinguishers

Lets Learn About Fire Extinguishers & Types

Hey, well before we get into going over the basics of using a Fire Extinguisher lets go over the simple fact the best thing to do during a fire is to GET OUT and STAY OUT and then Call 911 immediately. Although Fire Extinguishers are a great thing to have they often can cause a false sense of security and cause more problems in the end if not used properly. Once again the best thing to do is GET OUT and STAY OUT and CALL 911. Now that we have covered that base lets learn about Fire Extinguishers.

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