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839 calls - 4841 man hours

34 drills - 816 man hours

3200 class room hours to maintain credentials

871 ambulance responses

1849 ambulance hours

38,049 ambulance miles

5598.9 Gallons of fuel


Holland Township - 378

Milford Boro - 151

Alexandria Township - 136

Frenchtown Boro - 141

Mutual Aid - 33




Dispatched for a structure fire, garage fully involved with reports of propane tanks exploding. BLS 92-53, BLS 92-51 and rescue 92-5 arrive on scene with rehab supplies. Fire deptarments from Milford, Holland, Kingwood, Frenchtown and Upper Black Eddy battled the blaze for atleast an hour before extinguishing the flames. No injuries sustained by any agency members, all victims escaped the garage when the fire started. Access to the fire was made difficult by icy conditions on the long driveway.


92-5 Marine dispatched to Bucks county Pa. for the report of a small plane in the river. After a search of the river no plane was found. Officials received "multiple calls" about a possible crash. Crews early this evening converged on the area of Riegelsville-Milford and Spring Garden roads, the Narrows, after a Pennsylvania resident reported an apparent crash. No one reported seeing the plane come down. Rescue crews reported to Milford Fire House to stage for a search in the area of county Rt 627, from Dogwood Lane to Spring Garden Rd. At 21:46 emergency crews located a single-engine airplane that crashed at after approximately a 5 hour search. EMS crews tried to resuscitate the victim on scene after he was extricated from the plane. The victim was later pronounced on scene by paramedics. Investigators were on scene to start their investigation. Agencies involved were:  92 rescue, 92 fire, 15 Fire, 16 Fire , Holland township CERT, Holland Township Police, Hunterdon Prosecutors Office. Later the investigation was taken over by the NTSB and FAA. (no pictures available)


Passer by reported car overturned into the woods. Holland Township, Church Rd, in the area of the gravel pit. Patrol on scene request BLS to check out 1 victim. 

BLS 92-51 arrived on scene to find 1 patient self extricated from car. Patient assessed onscene, minor abrasions with no other injuries reported, patient released RMA


Dispatched for additional BLS unit needed for 43 rescue, Pohatcong Township, Truck over turned completely submerged in river. Driver self extricated, treated for back and neck injuries, transported by 43 Rescue and EMS 4 to St Lukes Trauma Center Fountain Hill Pa. 2 passengers entrapped in truck were  inaccessible  do to truck being overturned in 6' - 7' water. Dive team and marine units on scene could not access passengers. River level at Riegelsville was 11.61' above flood stage due to recent rain levels. Wrecker arrived and vehicle was recovered, 2 victims were deceased on scene. Investigation continued by Warren County fatal accident team and Pohatcong Police Dept.


Dispatched for MVA, car versus tree. 2 patients both self extricated prior to arrival. one patient RMA. One patient minor injuries transported to St. Lukes Trauma Center by BLS 92-53 with ALS aboard


Dispatched to MVA truck versus utility pole, wires down, no airbag deployment. Initial location given as the area of Route 627 and Crabapple Hill Road, Holland Township N.J. Actual location of call was Rt 627 in Finesville, Warren County.

BLS 92-52 was already en route and responded to that location. RESCUE 92-5 also responded but was not needed. Upon arrival the patient was alert and oriented and complaining of head and hip pain. Patient refused c spine immobilization and was extricated through the passenger side door, around the downed wires.

Patient care turned over to EMS 4 and Station 43 Bloomsbury Rescue. Patient was transported to Easton Hospital ER via BLS 43-52 accompanied by EMS 4.

JCP&L was on scene to replace the pole and wires. Traffic was detoured for a short time at Cyphers Rd and Bellis Road. Other agencies involved were Pohatcong Fire and Alpha Fire along with Pohatcong Twp Police and Holland Twp Police.


One Patient, self extricated prior to arrival. head injury, transported to landing zone by BLS 92-52 and EMS- 1, transported to Trauma center via North Star Medivac



one patient, self extricated prior to arrival. minor injuries, transported to ER via BLS 92-52.



Milford-Holland Rescue Squad receives financial support each year from the municipal budgets of Milford Borough, Holland Township and Alexandria Township, which is applied to the operational budget of the squad. However, the municipal monies do not cover all of our costs. Your support in the past has helped to make up the difference between this income and our total yearly budget. Please help us, help our community!

To make a generous and tax-deductable donation to the MHRS please make checks payable to: Milford-Holland Rescue Squad -  151 Water St. Milford, New Jersey 08848

Thank you again for your continued generousity and support.

 


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