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Thursday, April 2nd, 2015

You may have noticed a lot of people wearing blue today in honor of Autism Awareness Day. Hazlet First Aid is proud to join the campaign to raise awareness in our community. For those residents that live with someone who has Autism, Alzheimer's Disease or any other communication problem, we encourage you to register for Hazlet's Autism/Special Needs registry. This confidential registry can be used by Law Enforcement in case of an emergency so that the emergency services can better assist you. If you have any questions about the registry or would like to receive the registration form, you can contact Detective Lieutenant Ted Wittke from the Hazlet Township Police Department at twittke@hazlettwp.org.

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Thursday, October 21st, 2021
Another successful gift auction in the books! We would like to thank everyone who came out and supported us at the event and all those who made donations to us to make the event so successful. We would also like to recognize and thank our Life Member Marie Wood, her family, friends, and committee ...
Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
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Help us to help you. Follow the guide if you think you have an emergency. If we transport a suspected or positive patient with COVID-19 although we take all precautions our crews are potentially exposed and we have to decontaminate ourselves and the ambulance after each call.
Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
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January 7th will be the cut over date for all Hazlet Emergency Services to the Monmouth County Public Safety Communications Center. All communications and dispatching will be handled through the Sheriff's Communications Center in Freehold.
Wednesday, June 5th, 2019
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Applications are available for download in the "Files" section of the website.
Thursday, April 2nd, 2015
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You may have noticed a lot of people wearing blue today in honor of Autism Awareness Day. Hazlet First Aid is proud to join the campaign to raise awareness in our community. For those residents that live with someone who has Autism, Alzheimer's Disease or any other communication problem, we enco...
Friday, August 14th, 2009
The Hazlet First Aid Squad is always looking for old vehicles to train on for vehicle extrication. If you have an old car sitting on or in front of your property, we will come and get it and take it off your hands.
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