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Ridgewood Emergency Services Volunteers were well prepared for the storm that caught many by surprise

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Ridgewood NJ, Ridgewood Emergency Services Volunteers were well prepared for the storm that caught many by surprise. Making a difficult commute and getting around the Village. Chief Tony Lillo stated that “our line officers reached out to additional volunteers in advance of the storm which resulted in us staffing 4 Emergency Vehicles with over 1 dozen volunteers. There were multiple EMS calls and also traffic assistance calls during the intensity of the storm”, said Chief Tony Lillo. “ The Ridgewood Emergency Services are on call, 24/7, 365 days a year, no matter what the weather brings, we are ready to serve,” Chief Lillo concluded. Please support the Ridgewood Emergency Services through FOREST. (Friends of Ridgewood Emergency Services Teams).

3 thoughts on “Ridgewood Emergency Services Volunteers were well prepared for the storm that caught many by surprise

  1. Yes the emergency services did a fantastic job. I think in the future the Board of Education needs to get involved with more weather conditions. If they are calling for a storm let the schools out half-day let’s get our kids home safe before the storm, I think that would help out the missa polity tremendously. Thank you parents. yes the emergency services did a fantastic job. I think in the future to Board of Education needs to get involved with more weather conditions. If they are calling for a storm let the school’s out half day let’s get our kids home safe before the storm, I think that would help out the missa polity tremendously. Thank you parent

  2. I did not notice any brine on the roads.

  3. Neither did I – when did these emergency service go into effect? It took over an hour to get from one end to Midland Pk. And it was not a “surprise” storm – they were predicting snow and calling for a winter weather advisory. What else has to happen?

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