On July 4, 2002, a volunteer fire chief, a volunteer deputy fire chief, and a career fire fighter died when a residential structure collapsed, trapping them, along with four fire fighters and an officer who survived.
On Friday, July 1, 1988, as firefighters from the Hackensack (N.J.) Fire Department prepared for the holiday weekend, calls began pouring in reporting flames and smoke coming from the roof of the Hackensack Ford Dealership. The entire Hackensack Fire Department—all 100 firefighters—responded to the fire. After approximately 1 hour of operations, five of them had lost their lives.
Firefighters responded to an explosion and fire involving an asphalt tank in Gloucester City.
Skyler Fire video of Newark, New Jersey firefighters fighting a rail car fire.
Skyler Fire and THEMAJESTIRIUM1 on the scene of a multiple-alarm fire involving multiple dwellings in Paterson, New Jersey.
Skyler Fire on the scene of a 5th Street fire.
Fire in a furniture store in Hackensack, New Jersey.
See initial operations at this three-alarm fire on Mount Ephraim Avenue in Camden, New Jersey.
Three of the residences he entered had individuals with known cases of COVID-19.
Tillers from North Hudson, Jersey City and Harrison New Jersey in this video from Skyler Fire.