Rescue off of Lifeguard Building roof…


Seaside Heights 1st Assistant Fire Chief William Rumbolo is seen rescuing children who jumped from the Seaside Heights skyride onto the roof of the Kearney Avenue Lifeguard Building.

Rescue off of Lifeguard Building roof: It is not a very smart thing to do. Last week two girls, 8 and 12 jumped off of the Seaside Heights skyride onto the metal roof of the Kearney Avenue Lifeguard building. Once they were on top, they realized they couldn’t get down. Station 44, The Seaside Heights Volunteer Fire Department had to be called in to rescue the girls. 1st Assistant Chief William Rumbolo, who is also the Asst. Superintendent of Public Works, climbed up onto the building around the back, and lowered each girl to awaiting police officers, who promptly notified both girl’s parents. Assistant Chief Rumbolo says that jumping from the skyride is a stupid idea, and if these were adults, they would have been arrested for their actions.

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