Fairfield Police and Fire Departments Rescue Boater Having Medical Emergency
Fairfield (NJ) On October 13, 2013, at approximately 10:11 P.M., the Fairfield Police Department was contacted by a third party reporting that a 50 year old Fairfield resident was boating on the Passaic River and was allegedly having a diabetic emergency. The boater was not able to determine his whereabouts on the river. Police, fire and EMS units were dispatched to the area but could not locate the victim from the shore line. The Fairfield Fire Department launched a rescue boat and the victim was eventually found and brought to the shore line where he was treated by the Little Falls First Aid Squad and a paramedic unit. The victim declined transportation to the hospital
Former Caldwell Police Auxiliary Officer Joins Fairfield’s Police ForceFairfield (NJ) Chief Charles Voelker and the members of the Fairfield Police Department are proud and glad to welcome David Lagan as a probationary police officer. Officer Lagan was sworn in at the March...Read More...
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