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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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4 Critical After Explosion Tears Through NYC Building

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Updated 2 hrs 23 mins ago
Four people were in critical condition and at least 15 others were injured after a building explosion led to a seven-alarm fire in Manhattan's East Village Thursday afternoon.

It was unclear how many people were inside the building when the fire occurred, according to the New York City Fire Department. The incident took place in a bustling area with many restaurants and pedestrians, blocks away from New York University.....Continue Reading
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Firefighters battle barn blaze in Burlington County

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A.C. Police, fire residency rules / Give towns option

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Posted on The AC Press online: Tuesday, March 24, 2015 12:01 am

Ask the mayors of New Jersey's many struggling, distressed cities what single step would be most important to rebuilding neighborhoods and turning their cities around, and many would give you the same answer:

Getting more of the city's police officers and firefighters to live in the towns where they work.

The reason is pretty obvious. Police officers and firefighters are the kind of stable, middle-class residents that any city needs to thrive.

But many police and firefighters recoil at the idea. And as a testament to the lobbying power of public-safety unions in Trenton, since...Continue Reading 

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Fire rages after New York City explosion, 12 injured

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WOMAN JUMPS FROM SECOND FLOOR TO ESCAPE NJ FIRE

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EVFC Incident #19 03/21/2015 at 12:17pm - 1000 Soccer LN for Wires arcing

IncidentsWires arcing causing the top of the pole to break off. Atlantic electric showed and fire co turned it over to them. Fire co. was cleared with no injuries reported.
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Atlantic City fire chief dropped pants incident under investigation

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Elwood Vol. Fire Co.
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Elwood, NJ 08217
(609)-561-1992

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