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Ramsey and Upper Saddle River Volunteer Firefighters and Rescue Crews Spring into Action to Tackle Garbage Truck Fire

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Upper Saddle River NJ, in a testament to their unwavering commitment to community safety, Ramsey’s volunteer firefighters and rescue teams embarked on a busy week filled with urgent calls to action. One notable incident saw Ramsey Fire and Ramsey Rescue units swiftly dispatched alongside the Upper Saddle River Fire Department to address a fully involved garbage truck fire.

The scene unfolded on E Crescent Ave in Upper Saddle River, where Chief 1230, Tanker 1233, and Rescue 1242 wasted no time in responding to the emergency. With teamwork and precision, crews worked tirelessly to extinguish the blaze engulfing the cab of the truck, ensuring the safety of surrounding areas.

The collaborative efforts of Ramsey and Upper Saddle River fire departments were instrumental in containing the fire and preventing further escalation. Ramsey’s rescue team played a crucial role in additional hazard mitigation and traffic diversion, mitigating potential risks posed by the incident’s duration.

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3 thoughts on “Ramsey and Upper Saddle River Volunteer Firefighters and Rescue Crews Spring into Action to Tackle Garbage Truck Fire

  1. I thought the protocol of a garbage truck fire is to dump the load out?

  2. I thought the picture was a metaphor for Ridgewood under the current leadership. A flaming barge of garbage.

    1. Story said the fire was in the cab of the truck.

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