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Fire Rescue News - Pleasantville police and fire crews respond to gas leak

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Police and fire crews responded to a gas leak in Pleasantville Wednesday.

The leak was reported at about 9:30 a.m., at the corner of Washington Avenue and Doughty Road.

Fire officials say a house at that corner was in the process of being.....Continue Reading

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Fire Rescue News - After damage by fire, Northfield medical offices rebuild and reopen

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NORTHFIELD — If you look at the Mainland Medical Center at the corner of New and Zion roads, the three office buildings look brand new. All signs of the huge blaze that severely damaged the 1973-era complex last year are gone.

The west wing of the medical facility burned down Dec. 21 in an accidental electrical fire; the south wing suffered....Continue Reading

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Fire Rescue News - Dog alerts sleeping Mays Landing family to burning hairbrush, saving them from toxic smoke

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Jennifer DeStefani’s lungs still hurt, half a week later.

She’s OK with the pain. But ask her about the alternatives, and she tears up.

“If it would have gone any longer ...” DeStefani says, leaving the thought unfinished, after the series of coincidences that left her....Continue Reading

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Fire Rescue News - Officials believe fire displacing four in Pleasantville started with child playing with lighter

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A child playing with a lighter in his bedroom is believed to be the cause of an accidental fire in Pleasantville that displaced four people, the fire department said.

Fire Capt. Charles Freeman said that the fire was reported at 5 p.m. at a single family ranch on the 1100 block of Iowa Avenue. Two engines and a ladder truck were soon on the scene, Freeman said, and the fire was under control by 5:10. The Northfield and Farmington fire departments assisted.

Three adults and the juvenile were displaced by the fire, Freeman said. They were being assisted by the Red Cross.

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Fire Rescue News - FIRE DESTROYS EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP HOME

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP -- An early morning fire destroyed a home on Stafford Avenue in Egg Harbor Township leaving its residents unharmed but displaced. The fire, which started around 6 a.m., started in the heater room of the house, which is a long, ranch-style home. Fire fighters responded to the scene and were able to.....Continue Reading 

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Fire Rescue News - SCULLVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT GIVES BACK TO THE FOOD BANK OF NJ

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP -- The Scullville Fire Department is spreading some good fortune following quite a successful fundraiser.

On Saturday evening, the Scullville Fire Department donated 5 thousand dollars to the.....Continue Reading 

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Fire Rescue News - Training exercise in EHT teaches firefighters how to handle crashes involving trucks, other large vehicles

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EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP - Crash sites were set up all around the Farmington fire station Saturday, in a training exercise township fire officials say is necessary for the area that sees thousands of big trucks each day.

"Look at the large trucks that come through here," said Bill Danz, captain of the Cardiff Volunteer Fire Company and son of the township's fire chief. "There are......Continue Reading

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