Recent Calls
Fri. Mar 21st 2014
4 Dead, 8 Hurt in Fire at Point Pleasant Beach Motel

All the victims of the fire were male, according to Ocean County Prosecutor Joseph Coronato, Of the eight persons injured, mo...

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Wed. Oct 9th 2013
Jenk's Inlet Bar

Point Pleasant Beach Fire and EMS were dispatched to Jenk's Inlet Bar for smoke investigation. All's well but it was ...

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Fri. Oct 4th 2013
Medivac

Monoc 1 lifting off at Antrim field.

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News Headlines
Wed. Sep 10th 2014
Route 35 Update

Route 35 through Bay Head and Mantoloking is under construction.  You should expect moderate delays due to detours and o...

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Tue. Feb 25th 2014
~2014 Sinker Sale~ Point Pleasant Fire Company Fishing Flea market...

 It took the team eleven and half months to get 2579 pounds of sinkers and five and a half hours to sell every one. This...

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Fri. Feb 7th 2014
Ocean Star Headlines!

The Point Pleasant First Aid & Emergency Squad's Dive Team makes the front page of the Ocean Star!The Dive Team is fe...

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Volunteers serving the communities of
Point Pleasant Beach, Bay Head, and Mantoloking

For more than 80 years, the Point Pleasant First Aid Squad & Emergency Squad has been providing free emergency medical services to friends, visitors, and neighbors in the communities of Point Pleasant Beach, Bay Head and Mantoloking.

All of the organizations members are volunteers who donate their time to answer emergency calls and provide community services around the clock, 365-days a year.

We are trained to recognize and treat an array of medical problems ranging from heart and asthma attacks, diabetic emergencies, and respiratory problems to fractures, bumps and bruises.

Training is provided FREE for any potential squad member.

Not knowing what you may encounter is part of the challenge of being a volunteer first aid squad member. As a squad member, you can make a difference in a persons life by providing the first, vital link in the pre-hospital environment for the patient. Your caring and EMS training can help ease the patient into the emergency system.

Upon joining, you will begin riding as an observer. As your training progresses, you will gradually begin helping out with first aid.  Please keep in mind that you will never be thrown into a situation for which you are not ready.


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                 Dive Team sets record high sinker 

              collection total with 2,579 lbs in 1 year!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                



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