Hillsborough Township Volunteer Fire Company #2

Recycing at its Best

Sunday, May 22, 2016  On May 21st the firefighters of Station 37 took part in making rescue training dummies out of old fire hose that was put out of service due to damage. 3 dummies were made which will be used at all of our training exercises and live burn drills we have scheduled. Great job to all of those that helped out.



Proclamation for Station 37 Ex-Chief Paterno

Sunday, May 22, 2016  On Tuesday 5/10 several members of Station 37 came out to support Ex-Chief Jim Paterno who received a proclamation honoring him for his years of service as Chief of Hillsborough Fire Co. 2. Thank you for your dedication to our department and the residents of Hillsborough!



New Members of Station 37

Tuesday, May 10, 2016  On Tuesday May 3rd Station 37 Fire welcomed several new members to the ranks. Chris and Zach Johnson along with Rosario Bove had their second reading and now are probationary firefighters. The Johnson twins are currently attending the fire academy and will graduate in June. Probationary Firefighter Bove will be scheduled to attend the next academy class. We also would like to welcome Junior Firefighter Nick Palmer.



Pre-Meeting Drill

Tuesday, May 3, 2016  Members of Station 37 Fire this evening went over the roof simulator to cover some basic truck company operations. Later this month Station 37 will be conducting a live exercise at the SCFA to go over search and rescue, forcible entry and truck company tactics.



BraveBilly Salute

Friday, April 22, 2016  Today the Firefighters from Station 37 had the honor of participating with other members of the Hillsborough Emergency Services to honor our friend Billy. Keep up the fight Billy! Brave Billy Fight - We are fighting with you!



Commercial Structure Fire

Monday, April 18, 2016  Hillsborough Fire District was dispatched to 281 Triangle Road for a fire in a commercial Laundromat. Arriving units had smoke showing and a confirmed fire in a commercial dryer inside the structure. Chief 37 arrived and requested the box 3704 dropped for additional companies. 1st Due Engine 37 stretched a primary attack line and knocked down the fire. Fire was contained to the unit with limited extension to the structure. Roof was checked by crews with negative findings. FAST from Finderne Fire Dept responded. Great job by all.



Working Fire on Amwell Road

Friday, April 8, 2016  Station 37 Fire along with the Hillsborough Fire District Responded to a working structure fire on Amwell Road . First arriving units had a working fire at the rear of the house. Engine 37 Crew conducted primary and secondary searches with the brothers of Station 36 after receiving word of possible people trapped. Search of the building turned up negative victims. All tenants were safely evacuated prior to the arrival of the FD.




Sunday, April 3, 2016  Hillsborough Fire Co.2 is looking for new members. If you want to be part of one of the busiest fire companies in Somerset County - Email us at membership37fire@yahoo.com.


We are 37 Fire


Rest in Peace

Monday, March 28, 2016  It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our sister firefighter Doris Flatley. Doris was a member of Station 37 Fire since 1983. She was a life member and dedicated over 35 years of service to the residents of Hillsborough Township. She was the first female fire fighter in Hillsborough Township. FF Flatley was also a fire instructor at the Somerset County Fire Academy. Doris was a key member of the Somerset County Fire Academy building committee during the construction phase. Firefighter Flatley ended her shift on March 17th 2016. Rest in Peace Doris - We got it from here!



Thank You!

Monday, March 28, 2016  Thank you so much to the Incredible Kids Academy in Hillsborough for their banner and kid's signatures honoring all of our emergency responders. We've proudly displayed your work on the walls inside our firehouse! Thank you from all of us here at Station 37 Fire.



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