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Fire Rescue News - Hamilton Township investigating Sunday night fire that destroyed home

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HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Police are investigating what caused a fire that destroyed a home near the Atlantic City Expressway.

Firefighters spent two hours Sunday night dousing a blaze that apparently started in or around the unoccupied home.

Witnesses reported the blaze as a forest fire around 10:28 p.m., but firefighters from Cologne and Laureldale voluntary fire companies found the house engulfed in flames.

The fire destroyed the two-story home. Nobody was injured but the cause of the blaze is under investigation.

The New Jersey Forest Fire Service and firefighters from companies in Mays Landing and Germania also responded.

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Fire Rescue News - No one injured as car erupts in flames in Stone Harbor

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Phone calls, including one from a banner plane, poured into the Middle Township Police Department early Saturday afternoon to report thick, black smoke soaring into the air.

The source of the smoke was the car owned by....Continue Reading 

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Fire Rescue News - Firefighters Battle Three Alarm Blaze in Court House

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CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE-- Firefighters were called to Poplar Street shortly after midnight on Thursday for a reported structure fire.

Firefighters arrived on scene to find the 95-year-old, two story single family home engulfed in flames. Multiple fire departments from.....Continue Reading

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Fire Rescue News - Men save Ventnor woman before flames engulf SUV on Parkway ramp in Egg Harbor Township

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Three motorists likely saved a local woman's life Wednesday evening when they pulled her from an SUV that flipped off an Atlantic City Expressway exit ramp and caught fire, police said.

Priscilla Roslyn, 61, of Ventnor, was turning from the expressway onto the Garden State Parkway southbound when she drove off the....Continue Reading 

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Fire Rescue News - Firefighters Battle Mulch Fire at Woodbine Landfill

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WOODBINE-- Firefighters were called to the county MUA landfill on Monday morning for a mulch fire.

Woodbine Fire Chief Clarence Ryan said the fire was similar in size to the....Continue Reading with more Photos 

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Fire Rescue News - Man, 4-year-old injured in Hamilton Township DWI accident

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A man and 4-year-old were injured in an early-morning Hamilton Township accident that police say involved alcohol.

The accident happened before 1:30 a.m. Tuesday, on New York Avenue near Reega and West Jersey avenues - less than....Continue Reading 

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Fire - Rescue News - First court appearance Wednesday for former Hammonton officer charged in fatal Hamilton Twp hit-and-run

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A retired Hammonton detective accused of fatally striking a teen with his truck and fleeing the scene will have his first appearance in Hamilton Township Municipal Court on Wednesday.

Anthony Scaltrito, 63, allegedly hit Justin Montgomery, 15, on Route 50 outside......Continue Reading

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