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Welcome to Elwood Fire Rescue
Tuesday, July 22 2014 @ 01:37 PM EDT

Welcome To Elwood Fire Rescue.com

The Elwood Volunteer Fire Company is one of four companies of the Mullica Twp Fire Department.
We are joined by,
Nesco, Sweetwater, and Weekstown Fire Compaines.
Mullica Twp is located in Atlantic County, New Jersey.

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Mullica Twp Has Changed Dispatch Centers

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EVFC Incident #52 07/18/2014 at 4:52pm - 5876 Holly St in Laureldale for mutual aid for a structure fire

IncidentsTanker was requested to respond to a structure fire in Laureldale. Staged on Holly St. Per command, re-routed to a possible structure fire on Bluebird Circle in Cologne. On arrival, found Germania and Pomona already on location and determined it was a cooking incident. Command then re-routed us for a cover-up assignment at Cologne Fire House. Command cleared Elwood at 6:06pm.
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EVFC Incident #51 07/18/2014 at 7:43am - 4001 Reading Ave for an Activated C/O Alarm

IncidentsArrived on scene for a CO alarm. Ran two CO detectors through the building and found little to no CO in the building.
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EVFC Incident #50 07/17/2014 at 12:11pm - 5126 New Hampshire Ave for a Smoke Investigation

IncidentsGave mutual aid to Sweetwater Volunteer Fire Company for the smell of smoke in the garage. 1620A determined that the source was a faulty appliance. All arriving units were recalled at 12:26pm
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EVFC Incident #49 07/10/2014 at 10:19am - 3054 Reading Ave for an Activated C/O Alarm

IncidentsStation 160 was dispatched to a residence for a activated CO alarm. Upon arrival, R16-2 met with home owner who believed it was a fault detector and had already notified alarm company. CO detector was used around the tripped alarm and no CO was detected. Station 160 cleared the scene at 10:59 am with confirm false alarm.
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Galloway Township firefighters battle blaze, heat exhaustion this afternoon

Fire-Rescue News

Posted: Tuesday, July 8, 2014 4:38 pm

All five Galloway Township fire departments were on scene of a residential fire today in the 400 block of 2nd Avenue.

Police said the residents escaped safely, but firefighters are still on scene at 5:20 p.m., almost two hours after the fire was first reported, police said.

Firefighters on scene are being treated for heat exhaustion.

There were several animals in the home, but firefighters were not able to rescue all.

The cause of fire is under investigation.

Check back for updates.

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Firefighters battle blaze in Galloway Twp.

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EVFC Incident #48 07/04/2014 at 3:04pm - Darmstadt Ave and Duerer St. for wires arching

IncidentsCalled for the report of wires arching. Recalled by 1600 on location. No action required.

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

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