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Incident #18 - Brush Fire

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On March 14th at 6:45pm the Elwood Fire Company was called to the report of a brush fire behind a home in Warton Park. E-16-3 responed with a crew of 6. On arrive Chief Tomasco found that the home owner had put out the fire. E-16-3 arrived and wet down the area.











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Incident #13 MVA Roll Over

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company was called on March 4th at 5:40pm to a Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) with roll over. On arrival at 5:50pm Engian 16-3 with a full crew stabilized the vehicle and cut the battery cables. Tanker 16-5 and R-16-4 responded to assist with EMS and traffic. All units were clear at 6:20pm











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EVFC Says Thank You to Former Chief Frank Domenico

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The Elwood Vol Fire Company's officers presented a plaque to former Hammonton Fire Department Chief Frank Domenico for his years of service and friendship to the Elwood Fire Company.











(Left to Right) Safety Officer: Frank Esposito, Captain: Jody Fowler, Captain: John Falciano, Asst. Chief: Louis Critelli, Former Hammonton Chief Frank Domenico, EVFC Chief: Anthony Tomasco, Captain: Jerry Critelli Jr, Captain: Jamie DeMaio.
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Incident #12 - Mullica Rec Field for Landing Zone Assignment due to a ATV accident

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The Elwood Fire Company was called to the Mullica Rec Field for a Landing Zone on March 3rd at 5:20pm due to a ATV accident. Engine 16-3 responded to the LZ and support 16-1 and R-16-4 responded to the scene for EMS assist. All units were clear at 6:05pm.











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Incident #9: Chimney Fire

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All four Mullica Twp fire companies were called out at 9:20pm for the report of a chimney fire at 1248 Willartz St. All others companies were recall with the exception of Elwood Station-160 by 16-01 on location. Engine 16-3 along with Tanker 16-5 responded with full crews. On arrival at 9:24pm the crews removed the hot embers and cleared and remaining burning material with chimney cleaning tool and used an electric fan to remove smoke from the home. The home owner was advised to have the chimney professionally cleaned and inspected before using. All units were clear at 10:03pm.











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Incident #8 MVA- Over turned vehicel, wires down

IncidentsStation 160 was called to assist Nesco station 161 on a motor vehicle accident on Route 542 at Nesco Liquors. The vehicle left the roadway and struck a utility pole and fiped over. One person was transported to Kessler Hospital by Hammonton Rescue. Engine 16-3 and Rescue 16-4 responded. Elwood was recalled shortly after rescue 16-4 arrived on location at 4:47pm. All Elwood units were clear at 5:19pm.











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FAST/RIT Training at Hammonton Co. #2

EVFC NewsThe Elwood Fire Company attended FAST/RIT training at Hammonton Fire Company #2 Monday Feb 4th . A Firefighter Assist and Search Team (FAST), also known as a Rapid Intervention Team (RIT), is a team that comprises of two or more firefighters dedicated solely to search and rescue of other firefighters in distress.























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