Rescue and Recovery training at Lake Hiawatha Swim Club


Parsippany Rescue and Recovery 69-1 in front of the Lake Hiawatha Swim Club during the training dive on Friday.
Members of Parsippany Rescue and Recovery during the training dive at Lake Hiawatha Swim Club

Members of the Parsippany Rescue and Recovery held a training dive at Lake Hiawatha Swim Club on Friday, August 1.  They will be holding another training session again on Friday, August 8, starting at 7:00 p.m.

Parsippany Rescue and Recovery is a 100% volunteer rescue department with an active membership roll of 25 fully trained first responders and heavy rescue. We operate out of two stations that are strategically placed in town which allows for the quickest response time.

The Unit has been serving Parsippany-Troy Hills since 1960 and provides heavy rescue, vehicle extrication, dive rescue/recovery, confined space rescue, elevator entrapment, downed tree and limb removal, board ups, pump outs, emergency power generation, lighting and special services to its residents.

Parsippany Rescue and Recovery provides mutual aid to six fire departments, two ambulance squads and one EMS within the Township Of Parsippany-Troy Hills.

In addition, the Unit assists the fire departments and rescue squads of Denville, Mountain Lakes, Randolph, Morris Township, Morris Plains, Morristown, Hanover, East Hanover, Boonton, Montville, Fairfield, as well as any other requests from any other municipalities in the New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania area.

For additional information on Parsippany Rescue and Recovery, click here.