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EVFC Incident #12 03/15/2017 at 6:17pm - 5715 White Horse Pike for a Smoke Investigation

IncidentsCalled out for the sight of smoke near Butterhof's Supply. Checked area, no smoke found. All Station 160 units were cleared at 6:33pm
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EVFC Incident #11 3/11/2017 at 2:47pm - White Horse Pike & Maple Ave for vehicle roll over with pole & wires down

IncidentsOne vehicle roll over with pole & wires down. Rescue 16-2 and Utility 16-4 responded and assisted with traffic until the vehicle was removed.
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EVFC Incident #10 03/11/2017 at 12:24pm - Weymouth / Elwood Rd south of Reading for motor vehicle crash with roll over / LZ a

IncidentsResponded to the Elwood school for landing zone due to a motor vehicle crash with roll over on Weymouth rd. Engine 16-3 & R16-2 landed Penn-Star and assisted with loading the victim. All station 160 units were clear at 1:21pm.
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EVFC Incident #9 03/09/2017 at 3:57pm - 3607 Moores Ave in Nesco for Woods Fire

IncidentsWoods fire behind structure - recalled
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Harold J. 'Whitey' Swartz 1936 - 2017

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Whitey Swartz
The Elwood Vol. Fire Company and all of Atlantic County regrets to announce the passing of Retired Atlantic County Fire Marshall Harold J. 'Whitey' Swartz. His presence will be deeply missed.
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EVFC Incident #8 02/24/2017 at 9:15pm - 3204 Reading Ave for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsCalled for an activated residential fire alarm. Per Chief on location, false alarm. All units recalled at 9:23pm.
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EVFC Incident #7 02/14/2017 at 9:54am - White Horse Pike & Elm St. for a smoke Investigation

IncidentsReceived a call for smoke on the side of the building as reported by a passer by. Arrived on scene and did a walk around and determined that there was no fire. The smoke was coming from the heating system chimney. All units were recalled and the scene was cleared.
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