Wanamassa Fire Company
STATION
37-2
Township of Ocean
Fire District 2
Monmouth County, NJ
 


 

New Members Always Welcome!

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It is with deep regret that we announce the passing of Ex-Chief John Green.

Click Final Alarm for more info.



Congrats to Firefighters Ian Davis and Joe DeRocker for graduating FF1 class at the Monmouth County Fire Academy.

Pictued are (l to r in photo on the left) MCFA Director Armand Guzzi, FF Ian Davis, FF Joe DeRocker and Asst. Chief Brian Pemberton.

Pictured are (l to r in photo on the right) Asst. Chief Brian Pemberton, FF Ian Davis, Ex-Chief Michael Evans, FF Joe DeRocker, FF Gary Pemberton, FF Nick Colalilo and FF Kevin O'Connor Jr.


Here's some important info from New Jersey Natural Gas on Ways to Detect a Natural Gas Leak 

Smell – since natural gas has no scent, a strong odorant that smells like rotten eggs is added to help you detect possible leaks.

However, never rely solely on your sense of smell to determine if a natural gas leak exists or if natural gas is present. Some people may not be able to detect the odorant because they have a diminished sense of smell or olfactory fatigue, or because the odor is being masked by other scents in the area. In addition, certain conditions in the pipe and soil may cause the odorant to diminish so that it is not detectable.

Other Signs of a Potential Natural Gas Leak

Sight – look for dirt blowing into the air, persistent bubbling in standing water, or discolored or dead vegetation around the pipeline area.

Sound – listen for any unusual hissing or roaring sound.

If you smell or suspect a natural gas leak ...

DON'T DELAY, GET AWAY! 

Evacuate everyone from the building or site immedieately and then call NJNG from a safe location at 800-GAS-LEAK (427-5325). Let us know where you are. 

Remember:

  • Remove any cigarettes or other smoking materials from the area, and then extinguish them.
  • Do NOT use matches, lighters or other open flames or activate light switches, electrical appliances, flashlights, doorbells or even garage door openers, as they could create a spark.
  • Do NOT use telephones (cellular included) on the premises where the leak is suspected. Phones can create a spark.
  • Do not re-enter the building until NJNG has declared it to be safe.



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We AreYour Volunteer Fire Company
Fire Suppression | Rescue | Education


We are a 100% Volunteer Fire Company.  We proudly serve the Township of Ocean Fire District 2, in Monmouth County, NJ.  Our department covers wide ranging needs from fire suppression, rescue, extrication, decontamination, and public education.  Our mission is to provide a quality professional service to the residents of the Township of Ocean, at a volunteer price.   

 


Make a Donation:

Please mail all donations to:

Wanamassa Fire Company Fund Drive

2001 Sunset Ave.

Wanamassa, NJ 07712

 

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