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𝐁𝐄𝐀𝐓 𝐓𝐇𝐄 𝐇𝐄𝐀𝐓😎
A wave of heat is headed our way. Know how to recognize the signs of heat-related illness and how to respond to it.

📌HEAT CRAMPS
• Signs: Muscle pains or spasms in the stomach, arms or legs
• Actions: Go to a cooler location. Remove excess clothing. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if cramps last more than an hour.
📌HEAT EXHAUSTION
• Signs: Heavy sweating, paleness, muscle cramps, tiredness, weakness, dizziness, headache, fainting, nausea, vomiting
• Actions: Go to an air-conditioned place and lie down. Loosen or remove clothing. Take a cool bath. Take sips of cool sports drinks with salt and sugar. Get medical help if symptoms get worse or last more than an hour.
📌HEAT STROKE
• Signs:
o Extremely high body temperature (above 103 degrees) taken orally
o Red, hot and dry skin with no sweat
o Rapid, strong pulse
o Dizziness, confusion or unconsciousness
• Actions: Call 9-1-1 or get the person to a hospital immediately. Cool down with whatever methods are available until medical help arrives.
👍Be a good neighbor. Check on those vulnerable to the heat including the elderly, children and family pets.
⚾️Be mindful when planning outdoor activities. Take frequent breaks and stay hydrated.
🚗Reminder: The inside of cars gets hot quickly, and much more intensely than outside. NEVER leave kids or pets inside a locked vehicle!
📲Learn more in multiple languages at bit.ly/3hNonxl.

#ReadyNJ #beattheheat #SummerSafety

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USR Alert: Union Ave will be closed to northbound traffic at Pleasant Ave. Residents should access Union Ave from Lake Street. ... See MoreSee Less

OWNER LOCATED! Thank you all

Do you recognize me!? I escaped from my owners! Dog goes by the name Princess and has a pink collar with her name on it. If you know or are the owners please call Police Headquarters at 201-327-2700.
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OWNER LOCATED! Thank you all

Do you recognize me!? I escaped from my owners!  Dog goes by the name Princess and has a pink collar with her name on it. If you know or are the owners please call Police Headquarters at 201-327-2700.Image attachment

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Yayy!!

Great!!

Yay!!!!

UPPER SADDLE RIVER POLICE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (PART TIME).

www.policeapp.com/Dispatcher-Upper-Saddle-River-NJ-Police-Officer-Jobs/3424/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0...
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Last night, Mayor Fardanesh and Chief Rotella recognized members of both the Upper Saddle River Police Department and Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps. with “Lifesaving Awards.” Officer Ken Rodriguez, Officer John McIntyre, EMT Scott Gurian, EMT Erik Vandenberg, and Dispatcher Danny Costelloe successfully revived a resident in cardiac arrest by utilizing an AED and performing CPR. Congratulations Gentlemen!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

Last night, Mayor Fardanesh and Chief Rotella recognized members of both the Upper Saddle River Police Department and Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps.  with “Lifesaving Awards.”  Officer Ken Rodriguez, Officer John McIntyre, EMT Scott Gurian, EMT Erik Vandenberg, and Dispatcher Danny Costelloe successfully revived a resident in cardiac arrest by utilizing an AED and performing CPR.  Congratulations Gentlemen!!!!!!

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Congratulations on a great job. Best of health to the patient

Congrats - well done!

Bravo , Well Done

So proud of my Son! 💙🖤💙🖤❤️🇺🇲❤️

Great work!

The best as always

Well done!!

OUTSTANDING!

👏🏻

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The Upper Saddle River PBA is pleased to announce that we have awarded Aidan Dario a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish him the best of luck at Penn State. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River PBA is pleased to announce that we have awarded Aidan Dario a $2,000 college scholarship. We wish him the best of luck at Penn State.

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Congratulations!!

Thank you for all you do!!! You are the best! WE ARE proud 💙

Congratulations! That’s amazing!!!

Congratulations & WE ARE!

Congratulations, Aiden! Thanks for helping out our volunteer fire department!!! 👏👏👏

Congrats Aidan! Well deserved!! 🙂

Way To Go! Congratulations!

Congrats Aidan!!! So proud of you! 💙💙

WE ARE 💙🐾 🎓Congrats!

Congratulations!!

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations!🎉

Congratulations

Congratulations!!!

Congratulations

Congratulations to everyone

Congrats!

Congrats

We Are!! 💙🤍

Awesome

We are!

Congrats Aidan! 💙🤍🖤

🥰❤️🥀

👏

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USR Alert: Expect delays on Lake Street and West Saddle River Road on Friday morning between 7:30 and 9:30 for the Special Olympics Torch Run. ... See MoreSee Less

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We will still be able to turn off lake to drop kids at school - correct?

Yes

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On Friday morning between 7:30 - 9:30 expect delays on Lake Street due to the Special Olympics Torch Run.
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Morning officers as chief Frances I will like to do the torch run on Friday morning but I can not make it is because on that time I will be in school at that time so I got to ask you how long does it take for this event to be over and if you are thinking of running towards lake street if you want to run to my townhouse number 44 and see me then that will be perfect if that is ok with you officers

Police Blotter

Officers investigated a suspicious person on Route 17 South. As a result, a 44 year-old male from Washington Township was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia. The male was processed and released on his own recognizance.

A 29 year-old male from Laurelton, New York, was stopped on Route 17 North for motor vehicle violations. A subsequent investigation revealed the license plate on the vehicle was fraudulent. The male was arrested and charged with Tampering with a Public Record. He was released on his own recognizance.

A 43 year-old female from Paterson, New Jersey, was arrested for Possession of a Stun Gun after an investigation on Route 17 South. The female was processed and released on her own recognizance.

Officers investigated a commercial burglary on Route 17 North that resulted in the theft of credit cards and cash. The perpetrator was identified as a 39 year-old male from District Heights, Maryland. There is currently an active warrant for the suspect’s arrest.

Officers stopped a motorcycle for moving violations in the area of Pleasant Avenue. As a result, a 38 year-old female from Brooklyn, New York, was arrested from Possession of MDMA, LSD, and Oxycodone. She was processed and released on her own recognizance.

A 37 year-old male was arrested for Possession of Cocaine after an investigation on West Saddle River Road. The male was processed and released on his own recognizance.

* All defendants are innocent until proven guilty
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Officers investigated a suspicious person on Route 17 South.  As a result, a 44 year-old male from Washington Township was arrested for Possession of Methamphetamine and Drug Paraphernalia.  The male was processed and released on his own recognizance.

A 29 year-old male from Laurelton, New York, was stopped on Route 17 North for motor vehicle violations.  A subsequent investigation revealed the license plate on the vehicle was fraudulent.  The male was arrested and charged with Tampering with a Public Record.  He was released on his own recognizance.

A 43 year-old female from Paterson, New Jersey, was arrested for Possession of a Stun Gun after an investigation on Route 17 South.  The female was processed and released on her own recognizance.

Officers investigated a commercial burglary on Route 17 North that resulted in the theft of credit cards and cash.  The perpetrator was identified as a 39 year-old male from District Heights, Maryland.  There is currently an active warrant for the suspect’s arrest.

Officers stopped a motorcycle for moving violations in the area of Pleasant Avenue.  As a result, a 38 year-old female from Brooklyn, New York, was arrested from Possession of MDMA, LSD, and Oxycodone.  She was processed and released on her own recognizance.

A 37 year-old male was arrested for Possession of Cocaine after an investigation on West Saddle River Road.  The male was processed and released on his own recognizance.

* All defendants are innocent until proven guilty

6 CommentsComment on Facebook

Great Job Men!!

Thank you for all you do to keep us safe!

Keep up the great work guys

Thank you for all you do!!

The best of the best!

Good work guys

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UPPER SADDLE RIVER POLICE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (PART TIME).

www.policeapp.com/Dispatcher-Upper-Saddle-River-NJ-Police-Officer-Jobs/3424/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0...
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UPPER SADDLE RIVER POLICE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS  FOR PUBLIC SAFETY DISPATCHER (PART TIME).

https://www.policeapp.com/Dispatcher-Upper-Saddle-River-NJ-Police-Officer-Jobs/3424/?fbclid=IwZXh0bgNhZW0CMTEAAR2AMC_UCEzbW6Po2ENp9KZ-YGwdVxBUKBsT2DqHZBBBe7iu0Nxb3pI7ySM_aem_ASUGNCxYcLe5uxP9OmBL2EguEdhb5UBQCapCj5XQ23z0xVtoIIE9WdX51Gi26Bdk_4_NzcDizCzHS-mB0cTcccPJ

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Hmm

Great entrance opportunity for anyone considering a career in law enforcement.

Hmmmm….

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USR Alert: The Memorial Day Parade is ON. 11:30am start from Ripplewood Dr and then South on West Saddle River Rd to Borough Hall. ... See MoreSee Less

This Memorial Day, we honor the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom. As we gather with family and friends, let's take a moment to remember and give thanks for their service and dedication. Their courage and selflessness will never be forgotten. ... See MoreSee Less

This Memorial Day, we honor the brave men and women who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom. As we gather with family and friends, lets take a moment to remember and give thanks for their service and dedication. Their courage and selflessness will never be forgotten.

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Dog reunited with its owner.

Do you recognize me!? I escaped from my owners! Dog goes by the name Ollie and has a purple collar with his name on it. If seen or found please call our Police Headquarters at 201-327-2700.
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Dog reunited with its owner.

Do you recognize me!? I escaped from my owners!  Dog goes by the name Ollie and has a purple collar with his name on it. If seen or found please call our Police Headquarters at 201-327-2700.

7 CommentsComment on Facebook

Near sunflower and the west road.

Prayers for Ollie's safe return!!

What cross streets did Ollie go missing from?

Melissa Auriemma Hefferon Praying 🙏🏻 to Saint Anthony for sweet Ollie’s owners to be found.

Good luck, Ollie

Was he found?

Wonderful!!!!

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USR Alert: Lions Park will be closed tomorrow 5/22/2024 from 8am to 2pm. ... See MoreSee Less

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As EMS Week is upon us, we want to take a moment to extend our deepest gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to the Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps.. These dedicated individuals are the unsung heroes of our community, tirelessly working around the clock to ensure our safety and well-being.

What makes their service even more extraordinary is that they are volunteers. Every day, these EMS professionals respond to emergencies with unparalleled expertise, compassion, and courage, all while balancing their personal lives and other commitments. Whether it’s a medical emergency, a serious accident, or a community crisis, they are always ready to jump into action, providing critical care and support when we need it most.

Your commitment to our health and safety does not go unnoticed. You sacrifice time with your own families to be there for ours, and your unwavering dedication makes a profound difference in our lives. We are truly fortunate to have such a remarkable team of volunteer professionals serving our community.

Thank you for your extraordinary service, your bravery, and your relentless pursuit of excellence. This EMS Week, we celebrate you and the invaluable work you do every day. Your heroism inspires us, and we are forever grateful for your contributions to our community.
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As EMS Week is upon us, we want to take a moment to extend our deepest gratitude and heartfelt appreciation to the Upper Saddle River Volunteer Ambulance Corps.. These dedicated individuals are the unsung heroes of our community, tirelessly working around the clock to ensure our safety and well-being.

What makes their service even more extraordinary is that they are volunteers. Every day, these EMS professionals respond to emergencies with unparalleled expertise, compassion, and courage, all while balancing their personal lives and other commitments. Whether it’s a medical emergency, a serious accident, or a community crisis, they are always ready to jump into action, providing critical care and support when we need it most.

Your commitment to our health and safety does not go unnoticed. You sacrifice time with your own families to be there for ours, and your unwavering dedication makes a profound difference in our lives. We are truly fortunate to have such a remarkable team of volunteer professionals serving our community.

Thank you for your extraordinary service, your bravery, and your relentless pursuit of excellence. This EMS Week, we celebrate you and the invaluable work you do every day. Your heroism inspires us, and we are forever grateful for your contributions to our community.Image attachment

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They are amazing! Beyond amazing really. They have been there for my mother many times recently and always turn up fast, are so professional and compassionate, have all the required skills to respond to every situation and really are the best group of people anyone could hope for in a time of crisis. Without them, the outcome from a few reasons for callouts would have been very, very different. So thank you to them for all their hard work and dedication.

Agreed! Bittersweet in that sadly, I have had to call them, but thankfully, they always showed up, pronto, and provided services truly & timely needed. Sending support & appreciation vibes to our USRVAC🙏

One of the best

*** Traffic Alert ***

Use caution in the area of Lake Street and East Saddle River Road as they are striping the newly paved roadway.
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Yesterday, the FBI released their "Officers Killed and Assaulted in the Line of Duty Report" for 2023...... In 2023, 79,091 Police Officers were assaulted in the line of duty. This is the highest officer assault rate in the past decade. In 2021-2023, 194 Police Officers were feloniously killed in the line of duty. This number is higher than any other three-year period in the past 20 years. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our society needs to be smarter when voting in elections and always back the Blue! We appreciate all that you and other officers put on the line for us every day. Prayers are always with you. 🇺🇸🙏🏻

Praying for your safety and voting for change. 🇺🇸

Stay Safe!!! We back the Blue 🇺🇸🫡🙏🏻 Thank You for all that you do all of us!!! Praying for your safety 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

A sad statistic. Stay safe my brothers and sisters

Thank you for all that you do to protect our community. Sad but not surprised to read this with the level of violence we seeing. Stay safe.

Thank you for your protection and service to our community!

Thank you for your service 💙🇺🇸🇺🇸🙏🏻 stay safe!

Very sad. We appreciate you!

Thank you all for your dedicationa and sacrifice for our community... you are all appreciated daily. 🖤💙🖤

Stay safe & we back you! 💙🇺🇸

We back the blue! 🙏🏻

Thank you to our USRPD💙

Thank you for all you do !

Our laws and Liberal ideas shoulder much of the blame. Reinstate bail, incarcerate for longer times, punish recidivists harshly and start treating the violent juveniles as adults. Our society will benefit hugely from these changes.

Let these statistics sink in when you vote during the next voting cycle - support the Blue 🙏💙 🇺🇸

You know who we can thank for this..... 🤬🤬🤬 We appreciate everyone in law enforcement and thank you for keeping us safe! They need to untie your hands and let you do your job! The criminals have become the victims! 🤬

In NY, DA letting illegal aliens plead out on their attack of officers.. 🤬

Sad news, I thank you for all you do 🙏🏻

Thanks for all you do everyday.! ⭐️

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USR Alert: Carlough Road will be closed in both directions at Possum Trail. Residents can access Possum Trail from Lake Street. All other residents in the area can access their homes from Meadowbrook Road, Ripplewood Drive and Sparrowbush Road. Please follow posted detours and plan accordingly. ... See MoreSee Less

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Masud vai আপনাদেরকে ধন্যবাদ,

Awesome thanks

Yesterday, we concluded the Law Enforcement United Road to Hope. We are grateful for the opportunity to join law enforcement from all over the United States in paying tribute to Police Officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. It was especially moving to meet all the surviving family members of these heroes. Please keep them all in your thoughts as survivors, officers, and government officials gather tonight for the Annual Candlelight Vigil in Washington D.C. “Honor the Fallen” ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday, we concluded the Law Enforcement United Road to Hope.  We are grateful for the opportunity to join law enforcement from all over the United States in paying tribute to Police Officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.  It was especially moving to meet all the surviving family members of these heroes.  Please keep them all in your thoughts as survivors, officers, and government officials gather tonight for the Annual Candlelight Vigil in Washington D.C.     “Honor the Fallen”Image attachmentImage attachment

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Great job USR and thanks for bringing me into your group this year. 💙🚴

Thank you for riding in memory of our Fallen! 💙

OUTSTANDING!

As we observe National Police Week, we pause to pay tribute to the brave men and women who proudly wear the badge and serve our communities with unwavering dedication and courage.

This week, we honor the sacrifices of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and we express our heartfelt gratitude to all law enforcement officers for their selfless service and commitment to keeping us safe.
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As we observe National Police Week, we pause to pay tribute to the brave men and women who proudly wear the badge and serve our communities with unwavering dedication and courage.

This week, we honor the sacrifices of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and we express our heartfelt gratitude to all law enforcement officers for their selfless service and commitment to keeping us safe.Image attachment

Dog reunited with its owner

Do you recognize me!? I escaped from my owners! Please have them call the police!
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Dog reunited with its owner

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Nicole Munoz Leo being bad boy ?

Shared

A big thank you to Matt and Cara Welch of Elverson-Honey Brook Area EMS for looking after the members of the USRPD and Honor 37 on our journey to Washington DC. The Road to Hope continues today! ... See MoreSee Less

A big thank you to Matt and Cara Welch of Elverson-Honey Brook Area EMS for looking after the members of the USRPD and Honor 37 on our journey to Washington DC.  The Road to Hope continues today!Image attachment

Last evening Operation Deep Blue held its annual banquet in preparation of their 2024 expedition.

Each year Operation Deep Blue plans and organizes "The Expedition To Honor Our Fallen." Over an eight day period, the Operation Deep Blue team use kayaks to paddle approximately 225 miles from Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, NJ to Washington, DC. This September there will be thirty kayakers on the Operation Deep Blue team making their way to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC.

Their expedition raises awareness for law enforcement officers, other first responders and military service members who died in the line of duty, as well as to help raise funds to provide relief to their surviving family members.

For more information on Operation Deep Blue please visit:

www.operationdeepblue.org/
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Last evening Operation Deep Blue held its annual banquet in preparation of their 2024 expedition. 

Each year Operation Deep Blue plans and organizes The Expedition To Honor Our Fallen.  Over an eight day period, the Operation Deep Blue team use kayaks to paddle approximately 225 miles from Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville, NJ to Washington, DC.   This September there will be thirty kayakers on the Operation Deep Blue team making their way to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC.

Their expedition raises awareness for law enforcement officers, other first responders and military service members who died in the line of duty, as well as to help raise funds to provide relief to their surviving family members.  

For more information on Operation Deep Blue please visit:

https://www.operationdeepblue.org/

This morning members of the USRPD started the Law Enforcement United Road to Hope. Participants ride bicycles from Ground Zero to Washington DC in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers. Riding and representing the USRPD are - Captain Ed Kane, Retired Sergeant Emmett McDowell, Officer Lucas Gallo and Officer David Mende. We are supported not only by active and retired USRPD members but also by the outstanding USR Department of Public Works. Wishing all the participants a safe weekend.

The Road to Hope Information:
www.leunited-nj.org/
www.leunited-toughride.org/
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This morning members of the USRPD started the Law Enforcement United Road to Hope. Participants ride bicycles from Ground Zero to Washington DC in honor of fallen Law Enforcement Officers. Riding and representing the USRPD are - Captain Ed Kane, Retired Sergeant Emmett McDowell, Officer Lucas Gallo and Officer David Mende. We are supported not only by active and retired USRPD members but also by the outstanding USR Department of Public Works. Wishing all the participants a safe weekend.

The Road to Hope Information:
https://www.leunited-nj.org/
https://www.leunited-toughride.org/Image attachmentImage attachment+3Image attachment

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I love this. ❤️😢 💙 My brother Stephen Darby (NYPD) is sadly being added to the Police memorial wall after his gallant fight against a 9/11 related brain tumor. Thank you USRPD officers for never forgetting!!! God Bless and Protect all of you and especially your bikers. I am driving to Washington on Sunday 💙💙💙 God Speed 💙❤️💙

Ride safe! Thank you for keeping the memory of our Fallen Heroes alive! God Bless! 🙏💙🙏

Great job & ride Safe 👮‍♂️🇺🇸👮‍♂️🇺🇸

Awesome ! Be safe riding

Awesome! Have a great time.

Thank you! Upper Saddle River PD for your heroic patriotism.

Safe ride. What a great team

Best of luck in this worthy endeavor

Safe travels!

Be safe!

Good luck 👍

Well done!

Outstand and be safe!

👍🍀🚓🇺🇸

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*** Road Closure ***

East Saddle River Road is closed to traffic at the Saddle River line for the remainder of the day. All other portions of East Saddle River Road are open and passable.
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Update: The intersection of Lake Street and East Saddle River Road is back open.

The intersection of Lake Street and East Saddle River Road is temporarily closed. Detours have been established, expect heavy delays.
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Yeah but don’t worry everything is under control they got it covered

Oh my goodness

USR Alert: E Saddle River Rd will be paved on May 6-7 starting at the NY border. Follow officers directions to navigate the paved areas and use alternate routes ... See MoreSee Less

USR Alert: The intersection of Lake Street and East Crescent is closed due to a vehicle fire. Please avoid the area. ... See MoreSee Less

The Upper Saddle River Police Department, Mayor Fardanesh, and Town Council had the pleasure of honoring USR resident, Dr. Robert Andtbacka with a Meritorious Service Award. On March 11, at approximately 2 PM, Dr. Andtbacka was instrumental in the rescue and extrication of an accident victim on the northeast side of town. Upon witnessing the accident, Dr. Andtbacka ran from his home, avoided downed high voltage power lines, and climbed through an enormous fallen tree that struck the victim’s vehicle. Dr. Andtbacka cared for the victim and remained by her side throughout the 35 minute extrication. Dr. Andtbacka’s selfless actions defined the epitome of both a “first responder” and a “neighbor.” Congratulations Dr. Andtbacka!

Pictured from left to right: Captain Ed Kane, Chief Pat Rotella, Frances Andtbacka, Dr. Robert Andtbacka, Sophia Andtbacka, Mayor Arman Fardanesh
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The Upper Saddle River Police Department, Mayor Fardanesh, and Town Council had the pleasure of honoring USR resident, Dr. Robert Andtbacka with a Meritorious Service Award.  On March 11, at approximately 2 PM, Dr. Andtbacka was instrumental in the rescue and extrication of an accident victim on the northeast side of town.  Upon witnessing the accident, Dr. Andtbacka ran from his home, avoided downed high voltage power lines, and climbed through an enormous fallen tree that struck the victim’s vehicle.  Dr. Andtbacka cared for the victim and remained by her side throughout the 35 minute extrication.  Dr. Andtbacka’s selfless actions defined the epitome of  both  a “first responder” and a “neighbor.”   Congratulations Dr. Andtbacka!   

Pictured from left to right:  Captain Ed Kane, Chief Pat Rotella, Frances Andtbacka, Dr. Robert Andtbacka, Sophia Andtbacka, Mayor Arman Fardanesh

8 CommentsComment on Facebook

Congratulations and well-deserved, Robert!! Frances Andtbacka

So proud to live in USR

Congratulations

Congratulations, Robert! Frances Andtbacka

Amazing! Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Congratulations!

Amazing!!

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Need your child seat inspected? Car seat inspections will take place tomorrow at the Saddle River Municipal Complex from 9am to 1pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Need your child seat inspected? Car seat inspections will take place tomorrow at the Saddle River Municipal Complex from 9am to 1pm.

LAKE STREET AND EAST SADDLE RIVER ROAD NORTH OF LAKE STREET ARE OPEN. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ok I am at school and we have transportation so I have a minivan so I will ask my driver and see if I can go another way to my house

Any idea on when it will reopen?

It did opened

Just now recently

Omg

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Milling will continue on East Saddle River Road today, the roadway will be closed. Due to the milling of East Saddle River Road, Lake Street will have to be closed for a short period of time. Lake Street will be closed between Spring Street and West Saddle River Road. Local traffic will be allowed. Avoid the area if possible and plan accordingly. Once the closure begins, please follow the posted detours and directions of traffic control personnel. Please do not call the police desk to inquire if the road is open or closed. Please continue to monitor the USRPD Facebook for updates. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ok thank you officers and I am Julia Frances here and I am part of upper saddle River police department I just want to make sure what times is this thing is going to start

*** Traffic Alert 05/02/2024 ***

Milling will continue on East Saddle River Road tomorrow (05/02/2024), the roadway will be closed. Due to the milling of East Saddle River Road, Lake Street will have to be closed for a short period of time. Lake Street will be closed between Spring Street and West Saddle River Road. Local traffic will be allowed. Avoid the area if possible and plan accordingly. Once the closure begins, please follow the posted detours and directions of traffic control personnel. Please do not call the police desk to inquire if the road is open or closed. Please continue to monitor the USRPD Facebook for updates.
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*** Traffic Alert 05/02/2024 ***

Milling will continue on East Saddle River Road tomorrow (05/02/2024), the roadway will be closed. Due to the milling of East Saddle River Road, Lake Street will have to be closed for a short period of time. Lake Street will be closed between Spring Street and West Saddle River Road. Local traffic will be allowed. Avoid the area if possible and plan accordingly. Once the closure begins, please follow the posted detours and directions of traffic control personnel. Please do not call the police desk to inquire if the road is open or closed. Please continue to monitor the USRPD Facebook for updates.

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How far north is the East Road going to be closed? Thx

East Saddle River Rd will be closed between Weiss Rd and Lake St for milling. Follow posted detours and plan accordingly. Daily updates on USRPD Facebook. ... See MoreSee Less

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USR Alert: East Saddle River Road will be milled and paved from Lake St to the NY line starting Monday. Please follow detours and expect delays in the area. ... See MoreSee Less

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