Front row, left to right: MONOC Paramedics Ed Bauter and Tracy Jarvis Connellan, Wall Police Communications Officer Rachel Murray. Back row, left to right: Wall Police Patrolman Devin Corso, Wall Police EMS EMTs Patrick Morris and Kyle Flanagan.
Who We Are
All members of the squad are volunteers. We are community members - your friends and neighbors! The Wall Township First Aid & Rescue Squad relies on individuals, like yourself, who reside in the township, to help make a difference in a person's life by being part of a team that provides basic life support in an Emergency Medical Service.
Partner with us to provide first class EMS service to the citizens of Wall Township. We invite you to join us as a member or help out by making a donation.
We are an independent, non profit, all volunteer organization providing free Emergency Medical Service (EMS) and Rescue assistance to the Wall Township community since 1939. We welcome you to our web-site.
The Wall Township First Aid & Rescue Squad, also known as Squad 52-21 was formed on September 15, 1939 and is Wall Township's first ‘First Aid' squad. We were the sole provider of First Aid services to the Township until the Wall Community First Aid Squad (Squad 52-22) was formed in 1962. In 1991, the Wall Police EMS (Squad 52-23) was formed by the Wall Township Police Department to supplement the town's volunteer squads during the working week. Collectively we work together to provide a first class EMS service to the citizens of the Township.
In these pages you can find information about who we are and what we do, about our organization, the people, the equipment we use, and how you can help us, to help you.
After a bad accident that happened in 1939 in Wall Township, a group of conscientious men got together on September 15, 1939 to form the Wall Township First Aid Squad. read the full history