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Incident #50 06/26/2009 at 2:34pm - Rt 30 Near Warton Park Blvd for a MVA w/entrapment

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Rescue 16-4 and Engine 16-3 responded and popped the passenger side door and assisted with traffic. One person was transported to Kessler Hospital in Hammonton by Hammonton Rescue. The Hammonton Fire Company also responded with an Engine for man power.

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Officer Paul Rivera and Kimberly Butterhof honored by Mullica Township [Video]

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Kimberly Butterhof honored by Mullica Township

Mullica residents, Officer Paul Rivera and Kimberly Butterhof, were honored tonight by Mullica Township Mayor Janet Forman and Detective Sgt. John Thompson of the Mullica Township Police Department for their heroic, life saving roles in near drowning rescue of a local boy.

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Incident #49 06/20/2009 at 5:30pm - Rt 30 Near The State Police Lab for a MVA Pole Down

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Station 160 was called to Rt 30 near the State Police Lab for an MVA with a Pole down at 5:30pm June 20th 2009. On arrival Chief 1600 found a vehicle leaking gasoline and still running. Engine 16-3 arrived and made the car safe and stood by with a charged line until the vehicle was removed. Tanker 16-5 and Support 16-1 assisted with traffic. One person was transported to Kessler Hospital in Hammonton with serous injuries. Power was out to a large section of Rt 30 for about 2hrs. All Elwood units were clear at 6:36pm.

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Incident #48 06/19/2009 at 11:27am - 3506 Reading Ave for a Vehicle Fire

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The Mullica Police released these photos of the vehicle fire on 6/19/09.

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Fully involved tow truck in a driveway near a house. Sweetwater & Hammonton were called to assist but were recalled after engine 16-3 arrived and extinguished the fire.

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Central Dispatch Could Save $2M. for Atlantic Towns

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By THOMAS BARLAS, Staff Writer, 609-272-7201 | Posted: Saturday, June 13, 2009 |1 comment

Atlantic County municipalities could save about $2 million in operational costs during the first year of a county-operated central dispatch system, officials said Friday.

The report estimates that 22 participating local governments - Atlantic City would continue with its own system - would cut staffing costs from....Continue Reading

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Trenton Gives NJ Troops and One of Our Own a Big Welcome Home from Iraq

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New Jersey welcomed home the NJ National Guard and one of our own Elwood Firefighters.

Spec. Timothy C. Brining and his family participated in the parade & ceremony on Friday in Trenton.  

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Incident #46 06/10/2009 at 5:49pm - 5734 Moss Mill Rd for a Vehicle Fire

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Engine 16-3 responded with a crew of 5. The engine compartment was involved. All units were clear at 6:13pm

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