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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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Crews Battle Shed Fire at Service Plaza on AC Expressway

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EVFC Incident #22 04/18/2015 at 5:04pm - 2657 Rt 50 Hamilton Twp (Laureldale Fire Dept Station 18-3) for a Cover Assignment

IncidentsCovered Lauredale Fire Company Station 18-3 while they were on a structure fire at the Farley Service Plaza on the AC Expressway. E16-3 was clear at 18:50.
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DRAMATIC VIDEO: Man burned trying to kill bedbugs inside rental car on Long Island

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Thursday, April 16, 2015 11:50AM

Police said a Long Island man set his rental car ablaze while trying to kill bedbugs inside the vehicle.

Scott Kemery suffered first- and second-degree burns in the incident Tuesday afternoon outside an Eastport King Kullen.

Police say the man poured alcohol over the insects, then sat in the car and lit a cigarette, setting off the blaze.

He fled the vehicle on his own. A line of cars went up in flames in the Long Island parking lot.

Detective Sgt. Edward Fitzgerald told Newsday that someone told Kemery that if he saturated the bedbugs with alcohol it would kill them.

Police say two other cars were heavily damaged from the intense heat of the fire.
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TV Interview Interrupted by Explosion and Flying Manhole (Exploding Cover) Buffalo, NY VIDEO

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A Buffalo TV station arrived just in time for a stunning explosion.

A crew from WGRZ had arrived at the scene of an underground electrical fire in the city and was interviewing people about what had just occurred Sunday afternoon.

As one man tried to explain the large amount of smoke he saw coming from under the roadway, the audience got a clear picture of the scene as suddenly a manhole cover exploded and soared into the sky.

This was the second of three manhole cover explosions in the downtown area, National Grid spokesman Steve Brady told the Daily News. Half a dozen customers were left without power but there were no injuries, he said.

 

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The facts about home-sprinkler systems

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AC Press Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 12:01 am

The New Jersey Senate passed S2316, the New Home Fire Safety Act, by a vote of 23–13 on March 16. Earlier this year, the New Jersey Assembly also passed the identical A1698. The New Home Fire Safety Act would require newly constructed one- and two-family homes (that are connected to municipal water) to install fire sprinklers. Naturally, this legislation has received tremendous support from the fire safety advocates and has raised some questions from homeowners and builders. I would like to address some of the more common concerns with residential fire sprinklers.

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Hamilton Township brush fire burns more than 27 acres

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A brush fire burned about 27.5 acres of forest in the Weymouth area of Hamilton Township on Monday, police said.

Police said the New Jersey Forest Fire Service, the Weymouth Fire Department, the Mays Landing Fire Department, the Mizpah Fire Department, the Collings Lakes Fire Department, the Newtonville Fire Department and the Hamilton Township Rescue Squad responded to the fire.

The statement, released on Monday night, did not specify the time the fire started or how long firefighters were on the scene.

The fire is currently under investigation, police said.

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Firefighters battle blaze in Northfield home

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Firefighters extinguished a Northfield house fire Tuesday on the corner of Tilton Road and Locust Drive.

Firefighters were still on the scene at 3 p.m., but Northfield Fire Chief Bruce Cummings said the fire was under control. He said the fire was in the rear of the house, which had both interior and exterior damage.

Northfield police said Patrolman Michael Bach saw smoke coming from the residence and then saw fire coming through a window in the rear of the house around 2:20 p.m.

The statement said Bach radioed to dispatch and then ran into the residence, where he located the family and evacuated them without injury. Police said the family included an adult male, three teenage children and two dogs.

Cummings called Red Cross for assistance. He said firefighters were on the scene four minutes after the call.

Police had Tilton Road closed to all traffic between Zion Road and Wabash Avenue. Pleasantville, Linwood and Somers Point fire departments assisted Northfield, Cummings said.

Cummings said the cause of the fire was still under investigation.

—Christian Hetrick

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Elwood, NJ 08217
(609)-561-1992

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