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EVFC Incident #15 02/15/2019 at 2:54pm - 500 Elwood Road in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsReceived a call for an activated alarm at the Mullica school. All units were recalled. Doors were being sanded and the dust caused a false alarm.
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EVFC Incident #14 02/14/2019 at 9:26am - 4612 S White Horse Pike in Elwood for a Smoke Investigation

IncidentsReceived a call for smoke coming from the roof of Gary's used cars. 1630 arrived on scene and saw that it was heavy exhaust coming from a vehicle. 1630 Recalled all units.
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EVFC Incident #13 02/13/2019 at 3:01pm - 1550 Darmstadt Ave. in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsHome Owner was cooking with oil. Oil burned and set off fire alarms. Cleared by 1620 upon arrival.
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EVFC Incident #12 02/11/2019 at 9:58am - 845 Rt 542 (Batsto Village) in Green Bank for a Motor Vehicle Fire

IncidentsResponded to mutual aid vehicle fire. Upon arrival Green bank's chief released all units from the scene.
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EVFC Incident #11 02/11/2019 at 7:08am - S White Horse Pike & Snow Hill Rd in Elwood for a Motor Vehicle Accident

IncidentsAll Stations recalled.
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EVFC Incident #10 02/09/2019 at 12:53pm - 404 Elwood Rd (Blooming Care) in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsCalled for an activated fire alarm, zone 12 3rd floor side room detector. Found faulty detector. Reset alarm panel. Advised owner to have alarm company repair system. All units cleared at 1:10pm
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EVFC Incident #9 02/06/2019 at 3:55pm - 500 Elwood Road in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsReceived a call for an activated fire alarm in the Mullica School. Arrived on scene and found the sensor in question. The head unit was by the gym entrance. The buses were running and parked outside the door and the doors were open. It appears the exhaust from the bus caused the alarm to trip. Onsite maintenance cleared the head unit and reset the panel.

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