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Amwell Valley Fire Company
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News and recent calls can be found below, or see the links to the left for more information, and as always volunteers needed!

Amwell Valley Fire Company would like to congratulate Tim Bunting and Ransom Long on their appointments to Lieutenant.

Things got a little hectic for a minute yesterday.

At 14:45 a call was received for an MVA involving a deer vs. a motorcycle with injuries on Wertzville Rd. near Linbergh Rd. Joining us on scene were Amwell Valley Ambulance Corps, Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad, and the New Jersey State Police.

At 15:16, while crews were still on the scene of the first call, another MVA was dispatched involving a tractor vs. a car with entrapment on Old York Rd. near Old York Cellars. Crews responding did not find the incident as reported, but instead it was found a few miles away on Old York Rd. by Reaville Rd. Extrication was necessary once crews arrived. Also responding to this call was Flemington-Raritan First Aid and Rescue Squad, Raritan Township Police Department, New Jersey State Police, and Amwell Valley Ambulance Corps.

Great job by everyone who responded!

At 05:56 this morning, a call came in for a possible electrical fire in a basement on Rosemont Ringoes Rd, with smoke in the basement and first floor. Crews arriving from Sergeantsville Volunteer Fire Company on scene confirmed a working fire in the basement.

Great work by Sergeantsville with a quick knock down which contained the damage to just one room.

Huge thanks to Three Bridges Volunteer Fire Company for looking after the town in a cover assignment while we were on scene.

Also on scene were:
West Amwell Fire Company
Stockton Fire Company
Raritan Township Fire Company
Lambertville-New Hope Ambulance & Rescue Squad

Great work by everyone that responded at such an early hour.

Amwell Valley Fire Company would like to give a huge congratulations to new firefighters Xander Dowd and Nick Brunetti on passing their Firefighter 1 exams.

These two young men have been working hard in and out of the firehouse and we could not be more proud of them. We look forward to seeing them in action.

Today at 16:21, AVFC was dispatched to an MVA on the Rte 31 ramp from Rte 202, with the report of a car into a tree.

Only one patient was involved, who managed to escape with no major injuries.