Last night, members of the Branchburg Rescue Squad were requested to standby at our station to provide mutual aid support to surrounding towns as their emergency service volunteers operated at Bound B...
It is with an extremely heavy heart that we announce the passing of one of our life members, Diane Hoffman. Diane has been a member of our organization for 23 years and led us as President for 8 of th...
Mid-afternoon today brought the volunteers of the Neshanic Volunteer Fire Company Station 48 (www.neshanicfire.com) under the leadership of Chief Anthony Tomae to the Old York section of the township for a reported fire in a single family structure.
In the early morning hours of Wednesday June 6, 2007, Branchburg Rescue Squad, Station 74, volunteers were called to assist several police departments after a multi-town car chase ended with a head on collision at Route 202 north & Old York Rd.
The Branchburg and Whitehouse Rescue Squad's Rescue Services Units joined other units from Hunterdon and Somerset Counties deployed to Bound Brook NJ to assist in evacuations and fire suppression during the rising waters brought on by the April Nor'Easter.
Commuters traveling Rt 202 through Branchburg were inconvenienced by a complete highway closure on and off for 4 hours, after a driver of a tractor trailer attempted to beat a red light, causing his vehicle to overturn, creating a response from emergency personnel.
By Bucky Buchanan, 1RBN Correspondent On the day before Christmas, while shoppers were busy running for last minute gifts, one trip to a car wash turned ugly, but luckily not deadly. While exiting from a commercial car wash on the northbound lanes of Route 202 at 12:25 p.m., a Land Cruiser with...
By Bucky Buchanan, 1RBN Correspondent Mid-day on Saturday, December 23, the volunteers of the Branchburg Rescue Squad were busy shopping and wrapping up for the holidays, when a call for a MVA with facial injury was received.
A mid-afternoon 2-car accident brought volunteers from the Branchburg Rescue Squad to Route 202 N and Whiton Road on October 28. The driver of the rear vehicle involved complained of severe neck and back pain after striking the rear-end of a stopped pickup.
TEWKSBURY, N.J. - A multi-vehicular accident on Route 78 (at the Exit 24 bridge) resulted in five injuries on October 15, including one minor victim who needed to be transported from the scene via medevac.
During the annual Branchburg Country Fair, this year the Branchburg Rescue Squad recieved honors from the Town Council and Fair Organizers for serving the township for the past 50 years with volunteerism and service to the community.