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EVFC Incident #26 05/14/2017 at 3:02pm - 2580 7th Ave Sweetwater for a Structure Fire

IncidentsCalled for a structure fire in Sweetwater. Fire was is a detached garage. Assisted Sweetwater with checking for extension using thermal camera. All units cleared at 4:10pm
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Mullica Twp Fire Department Live Burn Drill - May 8th 2017

At the Camden County Fire Academy

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Mullica Twp Firemen Fighting Hammonton's Warehouse Fire

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205 Pine Rd, Hammonton   May 11th 2017

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EVFC Incident #25 05/13/2017 at 5:09am - Weekstown Rd & 5th Ave for a Motor Vehicle Crash with Entrapment

IncidentsCalled for a one vehicle crash with entrapment. Used jaws to remove victim and assisted EMS. Removed tree from the roadway. Stood by until vehicle was removed. All Station 160 units were clear at 6:39am
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Hammonton warehouse fire

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The Elwood Fire Company along with many other fire companies was on the scene of a Thursday night blaze at a warehouse on Pine Road in Hammonton, police say.

The fire is burning at 10 p.m. in a warehouse on Pine Road between the Route 30 and Columbia Road, according to Police Chief Robert Jones of the Hammonton Police Department.

The warehouse is located in the western portion of Atlantic County.

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EVFC Incident #24 05/11/2017 at 8:48pm - 205 Pine Rd in Hammonton for Mutual Aid for a Warehouse Fire

IncidentsResponded to Hammonton for a working warehouse fire. Engine 16-3 went into service with fire suppression. Tanker 16-5 and Rescue/Pumper 16-2 supplied water to the scene. All station 160 units were clear at 5:11am Friday.
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EVFC Incident #23 05/08/2017 at 1:56pm - 4001 READING AVE for an Activated C/O Alarm

IncidentsReceived a call for an activated CO alarm at Berenato's Farm. Upon arrival, it was discovered that the workers were using a gas powered pressure washer inside the building which caused the alarm to be activated. Opened up all the windows and doors to ventilate the building. Advised the workers not to use any gas power equipment inside the building. All Station 160 units were clear of the scene at 2:07pm.
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