Recent Calls
Sat. Aug 10th 2013
Black River Road Injured Bicyclist 8/10/13

At approximately 1215 hours on August 10, 2013, Tewksbury First Aid and Rescue Squad and Hunterdon Medical Center Paramedics ...

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Mon. Apr 29th 2013
Route 512 MVC Rollover 4/25/13

On April 25, 2013 at approximately 2235 hours Tewksbury Rescue (24R), Whitehouse Rescue (22R), Fairmount Fire (34F), Califon ...

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Wed. Aug 8th 2012
MVA Car vs Motorcycle

At 1735 Tewksbury Rescue (24R), Whitehouse Rescue (22R), Fairmount Fire (34), and Califon Fire (44F) were dispatched to Rt 51...

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News Headlines
Thu. Jan 1st 2015
Tewksbury Rescue Elects 2015 Officers

The Tewksbury First Aid & Rescue Squad held its annual elections and elected the 2014 Officers: Chief - Paul Zanelli...

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Sat. Dec 7th 2013
Tewksbury Rescue Elects 2014 Officers

The Tewksbury First Aid & Rescue Squad held its annual elections and elected the 2014 Officers: Chief - Paul Zanelli...

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Mon. Aug 12th 2013
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Tewksbury First Aid and Rescue Squad
163 Old Turnpike Road
Califon, NJ 07830
Non-Emergency: 908-439-9311
Emergency: 911
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