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On the evening of January 11 members of Station 44 and Station 45 held a joint drill at The Beach Plum Rooms & Apartments which is located at 717 Blvd. Training included roof ventilation operations,Rapid intervention Team operations and wall breaching. The building has been vacant for some time and has been slated for demolition on January 13. More photos can be found under the image gallery section.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the officers and members of Station 44!

The Seaside Heights Fire Co. is happy to announce a donation made by Firehouse Subs with the assistance from the Dennis Leary Foundation. This donation is being used to purchase a new air fill station for our department. This air compressor will be replacing our existing 31 year old air compressor. It has been a privilege and an honor to work with these two companies to make this grant a reality. We would also like to thank FireFighterOne for purchasing and installing the equipment. Pictures from the event are below.

Lou Nardone- Past Chief , Current Financial Sec.

Fire House subs and The Leary Foundation along with our town council Arlene ottoson and Harry Smith

Robin Peters of Firehouse subs

Sharon Badal of The Dennis Leary Foundation

FireHouse subs, Leary foundation, FireFighter One, town council and the members of the Dept.

    

 

 

 

On the evening of May 7th

Saturday, May 7, 2016  On the evening of May 7th at 19:39 hours Station 44 along with Seaside Park and Lavallette were dispatched to the Bamboo Bar on the Boulevard for a report of a structure fire. First arriving chief reported a small fire in the Soffit area in front of the building. The fire was quickly extinguished preventing further damage to the building. More photos are located in the image gallery.  

   


 

The 2016 Polar Bear Plunge

Monday, February 29, 2016   The 2016 Polar Bear Plunge was held in Seaside Heights south end beach on February 20th with over 6,000+ in attendance. Station 44 water rescue units were assisted by Seaside Park FD,Ocean Beach FD and Island Heights FD. Additional agencies that assisted were Tri-Boro First Aid,Lacey Township Underwater Rescue & Recovery,Monmouth County Sheriff's Office Special Operations Unit,New Jersey State Police Marine Police and Aviation Bureau. Ocean County Sheriff's Office along with Lavallette and Berkeley Township also assisted.

   


 
 
 

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