Water Rescue Units Go To Hackensack

Earlier today, Oradell’s Water Rescue Units staffed with Swiftwater Technicians and Boat Operators responded to the City of Hackensack to assist the Hackensack Fire Department with the search and removal of a body in the Hackensack River.   Units assisted on-scene in the rear of The Shops at Riverside for approximately two hours. More Info: https://www.northjersey.com/story/news/bergen/hackensack/2018/02/11/body-recovered-hackensack-river/327323002/

Working Carbon Monoxide Detectors

As the cold weather goes on, the fire department continues to respond to carbon monoxide issues and gas leaks. Earlier today, the fire department responded to the 800 block of Schaefer Ave for a reported gas leak.  Upon arrival firefighters detected an odor of natural gas and detected high levels of carbon monoxide in the […]

Freon Leak – Kinderkamack Road

On Saturday morning, the fire department responded to a reported smoke condition on the 2nd floor of a building in the 200 block of Kinderkamack Road. The Lieutenant from Engine 23 quickly reported that contractors on scene had ruptured a freon pipe on an air conditioner unit which created a vapor cloud in the hallway. […]

2nd Alarm Fire – Taylor Ave.

At 3:20pm today, companies were dispatched to 500 block of Taylor Avenue in Oradell for a reported house fire, dispatch had received multiple 911 calls reporting smoke in the area and a fire.  Chief 20 arrived on scene shortly after and reported a working fire in the rear of the structure.  Engine 24 arrived and […]

Water Rescue Units Respond to Hackensack

At 9:15AM, Oradell Water Rescue Units were dispatched to Hackensack Fire Headquarters while the Hackensack FD and Teaneck FD investigated a capsized vessel on the Hackensack River.  This was found to be an unoccupied rowboat that had strayed from a construction site.