Cedar Grove Firefighters stood by with Kearney, and Monclair Firefighters while Nutley Firefighters faught a general alarm fire.
Firefighters responded to the intesection of Montclair Ave and Route 23 for a utility pole fire. Firefighter stoodby until PSE&G secured the power then extinguished the fire.
Cedar Grove Police, Fire and EMS responded to the scene of a motor vehicle crash Route 23 and Ozone Avenue. One person was extricated and three were transported to area hospitals. The accident was investifgated by police.
Cedar Grove Firefighters received specilized training on Thermal Imaging for Fire Fighting. SAFE-IR, Inc. conducted the training for the firefighters to educate them in the safe tactical use of thermal imaging. The training included operating procedures under live fire condtions.The training was held at Orange City Fire Academy.
Cedar Grove Firefighter Corey Keepers, circled in red, who is also a member of the Jersey City Fire Department is pictured in the above post from President Trump noting the work done by New Jersey Task Force One in North Carolina. In response to Hurricane Florence.
On August 1st 2018, Police, Fire and EMS responded to the scene of a motor vehicle crash. Three people were transported to area hospitals for injuries and evaluations. Police are investigating the cause.
Cedar Grove Firefighters took part in the Township's 911 ceremony "Cedar Grove Waves" an art installation now entering its fourth year. The installation displays 2,977 flags on the high school lawn in memory of the 9/11 attacks. Additionally the Cedar Grove Board of Education secured a four foot piece of World Trade Center 9/11 steel, pictured above, with the help of the Port Authority PBA and the World Trade Center Memorial Fund for a new memorial.
Cedar Grove Firefighters responded to the scene of a motor vehicle crash at the intersection of East Bradford and Route 23. One person was transported to a local hospital.
There were a number of wire and transformer fires. The Cedar Grove Fire Department was quick to staff their stations and promptly responded to all calls for service. The department assisted blocking roads and cleared trees.
The Cedar Grove High School Girls Basketball program hosted its 3rd annual Hoops for Hope basketball game against Verona High School Friday, February 16 at Cedar Grove High School. It was a night of fun and support as the two local schools played to benefit Cedar Grove Firemen Mike Jorn and Stan Crowell. Above Coach Bill Scanlon and Vice Principle Steve Gallagher with the girls basketball team present a check to benefit Mike and Stan at the departments March Meeting.