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EVFC Remembers Jennie and Raymond Nowlin

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Jennie Nowlin wife of late Ray Nowlin EVFC's former Treasurer and active member since 1961 passed away Friday April 3rd 2009.

Published in The Press of Atlantic City on 4/4/2009

NOWLIN, JENNIE 84 - of Hammonton, passed away Friday April 3, 2009. Born in Manhattan, NY, she lived in Hammonton since 1961....Continue Reading
 
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Incident #21 04/01/2009 at 3:50pm - 3838 White Horse Pike for an MAV Stand By & Landing Zone Assignment

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The Elwood Fire Company was called to 3838 White Horse Pike for a pedestrian Motor Vehicle Accident at 3:50pm on Wednesday April 1st. Tanker 16-5 and Support 16-1 assisted with traffic while Engine 16-3 Landed the Helicopter at the Mullica Twp School. One person was transported by helicopter to AtlantiCare Regional Medical Center, City Campus. All units were clear at 5:10pm.
 
 
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Two Fire Trucks Collide in Houston

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Two Fire Trucks Crash in Huston

The accident happened just before 11am on Dunlavy at Westheimer. Two Fire Trucks collided and one flipped onto its side, trapping a passenger vehicle beneath it. The crew was reportedly on their way to a building fire on San Felipe......Continue Reading & View More Photos

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Expense of New Gear, Fate of Old are Burning Issues for Firefighters

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By MARTIN DeANGELIS Staff Writer, 609-272-7237
Published: Sunday, March 29, 2009

 When Whitey Swartz joined Pleasantville’s fire department in 1959, firefighters wore protective gear into fires that today would remind him of a barn jacket he could buy in a clothes or sporting-goods store.....Continue Reading
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Report Recommends Hamilton Merge Five Fire Companies

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AC Press
By THOMAS BARLAS Staff Writer, 609-272-7201
Published: Saturday, March 28, 2009

  HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - Local officials are reviewing a study that recommends merging all five of the township's volunteer fire companies into one department to better streamline operations.

While each of the volunteer fire departments - Cologne, Laureldale, Mizpah, Mays Landing and Weymouth - would remain separate entities, there would be one fire chief and more standard procedures for things such as training and buying equipment....Continue Reading

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Structure Fire in Mays Landing

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Mays Landing's Station 18-1 responded to an activated fire alarm at 5303 Harding Hwy the Sandpiper Condos at 11:52pm on March 23rd 2009. Patrol on location found smoke showing.  Cologne's Station 18-5 was dispatched as well at 11:56pm. Patrol then advised of a working fire in apartment 408. A FAST team was called from Laureldale's Station 18-3 at 12:00am.

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