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EVFC Incident #43 05/01/2016 at 8:58am - 108 Front Street for Hammonton Station 1 for a Cover up assignment

IncidentsReceived a Cover up assignment for Hammonton Station 1. Stood buy for support until released by command.
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EVFC Incident #42 04/26/2016 at 3:31pm - 500 Elwood Rd for a Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsAir conditioning malfunction per maintenance supervisor. Broken belt on air handler causing duct detector to activate. Head location not accurate to control panel.
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EVFC Incident #41 04/25/2016 at 8:31pm - 317 Weymouth Elwood Rd for a Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsCalled for an activated fire alarm. 1600 found a small cooking incident. No fire. No action taken. All units cleared at 8:35pm
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EVFC Incident #40 04/25/2016 at 1:48pm - 4108 Anna Dr for the smell of gas

IncidentsReceived a call for the smell of gas in the home. Arrived on Scene and turned off the gas at the meter. Assisted EMS with remove one occupant due to unrelated stress. Waited on scene for the gas company to arrive and cleared the scene.
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Eyes in sky catch Pinelands forest fires

Fire-Rescue News

FOREST FIRE TOWER

Posted: Thursday, April 21, 2016 3:39 pm

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP—It’s 143 steps up to fire observer Larry Birch’s office each day.

One hundred feet above the prickly green carpet of the Pinelands below, he spends his days each spring atop the Mizpah fire tower in Hamilton Township.

He watches for smoke in one of the most flammable regions in the country in the heart of spring brush fire season.

“In a matter of minutes, we’re dispatching firefighters to the hot spots, and minutes matter,” said Birch, from atop his 92-year-old tower that provides unlimited visibility of the South Jersey Pinelands.

“There are times that we’ve already located a fire, dispatched crews, and firefighters have already arrived before the....Continue Reading 

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EVFC Incident #39 04/19/2016 at 11:35am - Weymouth rd south of reading ave for an MVA

IncidentsArrived on scene of overturned vehicle. No extrication needed. Stayed on scene until the tow truck arrived and cleared the scene.
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EVFC Incident #38 04/19/2016 at 11:30am - 4845 White Horse Pike for an Illegal Burn

IncidentsUpon arrival found small brush pile on fire. Forest fire service C8 extinguished fire.

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