Our 2019 line officers are:
Chief Jeff Taylor, 1st Lieutenant Jason Kreyling, 2nd Lieutenant Eric Hoyer and Sergeant Avi Parida
Our 2019 line officers are:
Thank you to the Bridgewater Fire District #3 Board of Fire Commissioners – Bradley Gardens Rescue Squad took delivery out
of this PL Custom ambulance on 4/16/18. Welcome to the fleet BLS-2!
The Bradley Gardens Rescue Squad would like to wish all residents and Their families and friends a happy and healthy New year As we turn to 2017 the squad will be in good hands once again as we will be led by: Chief Rob Hanlon 1st Lieutenant Jeff Taylor 2nd Lieutenant Dan Calligaro Sergeant Jason Kreyling
Bradley Gardens Rescue Squad followed behind the Santa toy run to the Somerset county food bank were all the rides donated toys to the food bank to help family's have smiles on there face for the holiday season.
Bradley gardens rescue squad would like to wish the Bridgewater Raritan High School Football Team good luck at the NJ state football championship. This morning Bridgewater police,fire,and ems did a sound off to the football team has they left the high school for the game.
Bradley Gardens Rescue Squad attend Somerville holiday light parade this evening.
Bradley Gardens took home 3 trophies tonight took 1st place best ambulance 1st place best boat and 2nd place for best overall.
On Wednesday evening, Country Hills Firefighter Kevin McMorrow lost his life in a tragic off-duty accident. Kevin was also a dedicated member of the Bradley Gardens Rescue Squad from 2003-2013. We ask that our community keep Kevin's young boys and family in their thoughts and prayers throughout this very sad time. Kevin was a true example of what it means to give to the community and will never be forgotten.
2015 was a busy year for the fire commissioners of Bridgewater Township Fire District #2 as they worked to purchase two new pieces of apparatus. Commissioners Debra Brown, Chris Ireland, Joe Langon, Gloria Langon, and John Marsigliano were very fortunate to have the support of truck committees from two departments that provided invaluable assistance in the planning of these well thought out vehicles.
Working alongside Chief Robert J. Hanlon, II and 1st Lieutenant Jeffrey Taylor, Bridgewater Fire District #2 welcomed a 2015 PL Custom ambulance on August 21, 2015. This ambulance went into service on August 23, 2015 and will be used by the Bradley Gardens First Aid & Rescue Squad to answer calls in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
On December 11, 2015, Bridgewater Fire District #2 accepted delivery of a 2015 Pierce Velocity Pumper. Throughout the entire building process, Fire District #2 was grateful to have the guidance of Chief Frank Ur, Deputy Chief Phil Langon, and Captain Chris DeLorenzo. After a lot of hard work from their department’s members, their new squad went into service on December 20, 2015 and will be used by the Bradley Gardens Volunteer Fire Company to answer calls in Bridgewater, New Jersey.
Bridgewater Fire District #2 Board of Fire Commissioners wishes both the departments all the best with their new vehicles and continued safety for all our responders.