By RON JEFFERS, New Jersey Editor | November 01, 2021 | NEW JERSEY
Story No. 092321122
Photo by RON JEFFERSAgain, with narrow streets in congested neighborhoods, chief vehicles have to be placed out of the way of incoming fire apparatus and, sometimes, be able to get close to the fire building to set up a command post. Kearny Car 2's new Chevy SUV was parked on the sidewalk at the "B" side of a multiple-alarm fire building on Beech St., September 12th.
Photo by RON JEFFERSIn Englewood, the Tour Commander's Ford was parked partially up on the sidewalk, out-of-the-way of fire apparatus, opposite the fire building on West Hamilton Ave., September 8th.
Photo by RON JEFFERSNorth Hudson's 2nd Battalion unit parked at the curb, on narrow 42nd Street in Union City, with Tower Ladder 3 staged, during a small fire, July 25th.
Photo by RON JEFFERSYep. It ain't easy. North Hudson Battalion 2 on narrow 34th St., Union City, during a multiple-alarm, July 3rd.
This article is a direct street report from our correspondent and has not been edited by the 1st Responder newsroom.