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EVFC Incident #46 07/26/2017 at 7:30pm - 4101 W Adams Cir for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsStation 160 called for an activated residential fire alarm. 1600A on location confirmed false alarm from cooking. All units recalled and back in service at 7:41pm
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EVFC Incident #45 07/24/2017 at 3:44am - 3410 Nesco rd in Nesco for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsRecalled by Nesco command on location.
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EVFC Incident #44 07/22/2017 at 3:00pm - 5100 White Horse Pike for an MVA, Overturned Vehicle

IncidentsReceived a call for an MVA, Overturned Vehicle.
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Fire at Wharton State Forest grows to 2,800 acres, DEP says

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The forest fire in southern Burlington County near the Batsto Village and fire tower has grown to 2,800 acres, the state Department of Environmental Protection said Friday. 

 As of noon, the state Forest Fire Service contained 60 percent of the fire, said DEP spokesman Bob Considine. The established containment area is an estimated 3,500 acres, he said. 

Batsto Village, the visitor center, and all trails including the Batona Trail are closed.

Hawkins Bridge Camp, Godfrey Bridge Camp, Lower Forge Camp and Mullica River Camp are also closed due to the smoke and ash from the fire.

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EVFC Incident #43 07/20/2017 at 10:10pm - Totem Village in Nesco for a Smoke Investigation in Nesco

IncidentsCalled out for smoke in the area. Recalled while enroute. Found to be coming from ongoing forest fire in area which is being handled by NJ Forest Fire Service.
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EVFC Receives Donation for Pet Resuscitation Equipment

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Thanks to Rob, Jessica and Wynnfield Simpson

Thanks to Rob, Jessica and Wynnfield Simpson for making a donation to the Elwood Fire Company to purchase pet resuscitation equipment. Elwood trucks will now be equipped to handle pet emergencies in the event of a fire or smoke inhalation.

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EVFC's New Sign

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The Elwood Vol Fire Company took delivery of this new electronic sign made possible

by a grant from Atlantic City Electric.

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Special Thanks to Jerry Critelli Jr for making this possible.

 

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