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  1. Dial 911
  2. Give the dispatcher necessary information:
    • Address: Central Park Baseball Fields, 100 Eggerts Crossing Road, Lawrence Township, NJ
    • Name of the field you are on (Hughes, Carrol, Grant, Colavita, Pezzicola)
    • Your name
    • Telephone number from which the call is being made.
    • Description of the incident
    • How many people may be injured.
    • Condition of injured person(s)
  3. What aid is being given (CPR, defibrillator, first aid, etc.)
  4. Do not hang up on dispatcher, let them hang up first.
  5. Continue to care for the victim.
  6. Appoint someone to go to the main gate and direct the ambulance to the correct location.
  7. Appoint someone to go to the concession stand to get the key to open the main gate connecting the parking lot with the field area so that the ambulance can get through.
  8. Appoint someone to notify the ON DUTY League Official.


Download the Accident Reporting Form here

What to Report

An incident that causes any player, manager, coach, umpires, or volunteer to receive medical treatment and/or first aid must be reported to the league safety officer. This includes even passive treatments such as the evaluation and diagnosis of the extent of the injury or periods of rest.

When to Report

All such incidents described above must be reported to the Safety Officer within 48 hours of the incident:

How to Document an Incident

Accident Report Forms are available at

  • League Indoor Facility
  • League Official On Duty
  • Safety Officer
  • Press Box (3 locations)
  • League Website (

When filling out an Accident Report Form, you must provide the following information:

  • Date, time, and location of the incident
  • Name and phone number of the person involved
  • As detailed a description of the incident as possible
  • Preliminary estimation of the extent of any injuries
  • Name and phone number of the person reporting the incident.



  • Reassure and aide children who are injured frightened or lost.
  • Provide or assist in obtaining medical attention for those who require it.
  • Know your limitations.
  • Have a first Aid Kit available at all games and practices.
  • Assist those who require medical attention, and when administering aide remember to look for signs of injury.  Listen to the injured describe what happened and what hurts, if conscious.  Before questioning, you may have to calm and soothe the excited child.  Feel gently and carefully, the injured areas for signs of swelling or broken bones.
  • Be aware of players with special medical conditions EX: Asthma, Diabetes, etc.
  • Remember to call for more advanced assistance when you have a serious injury.
  • Always resign to a person higher medical authority or knowledge and assist as required.
  • Make sure you have a cellular phone at every game and practice.
  • Know where the AED is at all locations and guide any person with knowledge of their use to its location.


  • Administer any medications.
  • Provide any food or beverages (other than water).
  • Hesitate in giving aide when needed.
  • Be afraid to ask for help if you are not sure of proper procedures (CPR, etc.).
  • Transport injured individuals, except in extreme emergencies.
  • Leave an unattended child at a game or practice.
  • Hesitate to report and present potential safety hazards to the safety officer immediately.

Contact us

Lawrence Township Junior Baseball & Softball Association

100 Eggert Crossing Road, Mailing Address: PO Box 6923
Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
Email: [email protected]

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