News Headlines
Sun. Dec 30th 2018
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Congratulations to Billy Bauer and Andreana Morey
Mon. Jan 1st 2018
Starting January 1, 2018 the Beachwood Emergency Medical Services, Inc. have partnered with Cornerstone Billing Company. With the proper approvals and participation of our borough's we have decid...
Thu. Jun 22nd 2017
Congratulations to all the EMT students that graduated last night at the Ocean County Fire / EMS academy that successfully completed over 200 hours of instruction to get them ready for their State EMT...
Mon. May 29th 2017
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On Monday, May 29th the Borough of Beachwood's Recreation Department will be hosting the Borough's Memorial Day Parade to be followed by an Antique Car Show, Kids festivities, DJ, and food at ...
Wed. Jan 11th 2017
On behalf of all the 2016 Line Officers and Corporate Officers we are happy to announce our final numbers for 2016 !!We would like to thank every single VOLUNTEER we have in our agency starting from C...
Call History
Structure Fire Anchor Ave
Fri. May 15th 2015

At approximately 10:00 AM, the Beachwood and Pine Beach Fire Departments responded to a structure fire on the 500 block of Anchor Avenue. The fire was reported in a bedroom and had advanced to the attic area upon our arrival. A second alarm was requested for an engine from the Manitou Park Fire Department; a Rapid Intervention Team from the Pinewald Fire Department; and an engine from the Toms River Fire Department for coverage assignment. Deputy Ocean County Fire Coordinators also responded to assist the Beachwood Command Staff of Chief Roger Hull and Assistant Chief Dennis Allen. The EMS assignment was handled by the Beachwood and South Toms River First Aid Squads. Heavy contents in the attic hampered firefighting, but the fire was under control in approximately 40 minutes. The homeowner was treated for minor burns and smoke inhalation and was transported to Community Medical Center in Toms River. Two Beachwood Firefighters suffered minor injuries, one member was treated for hand laceration on scene, the second member was transported to Community Medical Center for a shoulder injury.

22 entries in the Call History

22 entries in the Call History


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