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Fatal Crash On Route 42 North Bound at MM 9.7

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Fatal Crash On Route 42 North Bound at MM 9.7 -G

Rich Moulder from the Chews Landing Fire Company sent us these pictures of a Fatal Crash On Route 42 North Bound at MM 9.7

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Incident #25 04/18/2009 at 3:30pm - Germania Fire House for a Cover-Up Assignment for a Forest Fire in Galloway Twp

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The Elwood Fire Company was called to cover Germania's Station 26-2 while they were fighting a forest fire in the area of Bremen and Frankfurt Ave in Galloway Twp at 3:30pm on Sat  April 18th.  Multiple Atlantic County fire departments have been dispatch to the fire and multiple homes were evacuated. The fire was more than halfway contained by about 7 p.m

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Fire Causes Minor Damage at Restaurant

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Published: Friday, April 17, 2009

Egg Harbor Township - A township restaurant had minor damage from a fire early Thursday.

The emergency call came in at about 2:30 a.m. for the former Our Place Too restaurant at Zion Road and Dover Avenue, Scullville Fire Chief Mike Fiedor said, adding that there was a small blaze inside and there was a lot of heavy, dense smoke.

More than 20 firefighters from the Bargaintown and Scullville volunteer fire departments battled the blaze, which took about 15 minutes to get under control, Fiedor said. The restaurant, which was under renovation, had little damage and no one was hurt, Fiedor said.

The fire is being investigated by township fire inspector Don Stauffer, Fiedor said.

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EVFC Remembers Long Time Hammonton Fire Co Member Peter A. Berenato Sr.

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BERENATO, PETER A SR., 82 - of Hammonton, passed away at the So. Jersey Medical Center, Vineland on Friday April 10, 2009. Born in Hammonton he was a life long resident....Continue Reading

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Incident #23 04/11/2009 at 3:56pm - Moss Mill and Columbia Rd for a MVA and Landing Zone Assignment

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The Elwood Fire Company Responded to Moss Mill and Columbia Rd for a 2 vehicle MVA at 3:57pm on Sat April 11th. 2009. Engine 16-3 and Support 16-1 assisted at the MVA while Tanker 16-5 landed 2 helicopters at the Mullica Twp School. Two people were air lifted and one person was transported by ground ambulance to AtlantiCare Mainland by Hammonton Rescue.

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Galloway Twp had 3 Calls Back to Back

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Galloway Twp Firefighters were busy Thursday Afternoon with 3 fires within 20 mins.

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Incident #22 04/07/2009 at 11:57am - 700 Reading Ave (Water World Pools) in Hammonton for Structure Fire

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The Elwood Fire Company was called to 700 Reading Ave (Water World Pools) in Hammonton for Structure Fire. Hammonton's first in crews found a fully involved commercial warehouse and placed all hand working. They quickly called for mutual aid from the surrounding area. Collings Lakes was called for their RIT team. Tanker Task Force B was activated bringing tankers from all over Atlantic County. Crews worked for over 4hrs to bring this blaze under control.....Continue Reading

 

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