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EVFC Incident #3 01/21/2017 at 7:02pm - Hamburg Ave & Arago St for a Motor Vehicle Accident with entrapment

IncidentsCalled out for a motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Removed windshield. Assisted EMS with removing victim. Stoodby until tow truck removed vehicle. Recalled Nesco. All units cleared at 8:06pm
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EVFC Incident #2 01/11/2017 at 1:03am - 4124 White Horse Pike for a Hazardous Condition

IncidentsCalled for the report of a Hazardous Condition. 1600A and Rescue 16-2 arrived on location and performed a public assist. Utility 16-4 was recalled. All station 160 units were clear at 1:36am
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EVFC Incident #1 01/03/2017 at 5:08pm - 334 Elm St for a Arching Wires

IncidentsCalled out for arching wires. On arrival found top of pole on fire and wires arching due to squirrel. Electric company arrived and turned off electric. Extinguished pole and squirrel. All units cleared at 5:42pm.
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EVFC Incident #132 12/25/2016 at 3:01pm - 1228 Weekstown Rd for a structure fire

IncidentsCalled out for a structure fire. Fire was contained to stove. Extinguished and ventilated.
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EVFC Incident #131 12/24/2016 at 12:34am - 341 Chestnut Neck Rd in Port Republic for a tanker task force assignment

IncidentsCalled out for a tanker task force assignment for a structure fire in Port Republic. On arrival, stood by at staging. Released by command at 1:00am.

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Volunteer Firefighters: Answering the Call

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From: www.cbsnews.com

The many volunteers who protect our lives and communities all year long deserve our heartfelt thanks this weekend. That's the way it is with these volunteers, of whom our Peter Greenberg is one. Here he is with their story:


It happens every 23 seconds . . . somewhere in this country firefighters are responding to a call. 

And what you probably don't know is that three-quarters of them are volunteers, taking their lives in their hands - and sometimes paying the ultimate price . . . 

Every October, thousands converge on northern Maryland town of Emmitsburg, at the National Fire Academy, to pay tribute to these men and women who've lost their lives in the line of duty. 

This year 105 firefighters were recognized, and 43 were volunteers. 

Volunteers like Steven Koeser. His friends and family called him "Peanut"

"One way to describe him, he had a .........Continue Reading

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EVFC Incident #130 12/22/2016 at 10:54am - Elwood and Moss Mill Road for a call for an MVA with rescue

IncidentsReceived a call for an MVA with rescue. Arrived on Scene and used the Jaws to popped the driver door and assisted the EMS with removing the victims.

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Elwood Vol. Fire Co.
P.O. Box 223
Elwood, NJ 08217
(609)-561-1992

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