New Point Comfort Volunteer Fire Co No. 1
Keansburg, NJ. Since 1913 – Celebrating 99 Years.


Some Helpful Links
After the Fire: Returning to Normal
Safety Time Learning and Activity Guide for Kids
 Fire Safety For…
Teachers,   Parents,   Kids,   Older Adults,
People with Disabilities,
    College Students——————————————————————————————————————————-
When To Call Emergency Medical Services (EMS)?
Emergency: Dial 911


Call EMS if:

  • The person is unconscious, semi-conscious or unusually confused.
  • The person’s airway is blocked.
  • The person is not breathing.
  • The person is having difficulty breathing, shortness of breath or is choking.
  • The person has no pulse.
  • The person has bleeding that won’t stop.
  • The person is coughing up or vomiting blood.
  • The person has been poisoned
  • The person has a seizure for the first time or a seizure that lasts more than 5 minutes.
  • The person has injuries to the head neck or back.
  • The person has sudden, severe pain anywhere in the body.
  • The person’s condition is limb-threatening (for example, severe eye injuries, amputations or other injuries that may leave the person permanently disabled unless he/she receives immediate care.)
  • The person’s condition could worsen or become life-threatening on the way to the hospital.
  • Moving the person could cause further injury.
  • The person needs the skills or equipment of paramedics or emergency medical technicians.
  • Distance or traffic conditions would cause a delay in getting the person to the hospital.


If any of the above conditions exist, or if you are not sure, it is best to call EMS.

Sources: American Red Cross & American College of Emergency Physicians


Congratulations to our own
Steve Catena
Monmouth County Firemen’s Association
2012 – 2013


Under NJ STATE LAW, Drivers approaching stationary vehicles displaying
red, blue and/or amber flashing lights must MOVE OVER one lane or,
if not safe to move over, then SLOW DOWN below the posted speed limit.

N.J.S.A. 39:4-92

Under NJ STATE LAW, drivers shall yield the right of way
to a vehicle displaying BLUE emergency warning lights
as in the same manner as emergency ve

N.J.S.A. 39:4-92.2



Safety Information About Adderall

Adderall is a stimulant drug used to treat ADD and ADHD. Due to the increasing diagnosis of ADD and ADHD in school children, there are a lot of parents in our community who have questions about the safety and efficacy of Adderall. We occasionally receive calls about children who are having heart palpitations, nausea, lack of appetite, and other side effects of their medications, we want to encourage parents to look into other options.

One natural adderall alternative has come to our attention recently. This alternative is called Doxiderol and is made from all natural ingredients and is formulated so that it has a lower risk of negative cardiovascular side effects with long-term use. We highly recommend that parents look into this as an alternative to their regular treatments.

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