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www.nescovolunteerfirecompany.com

The Nesco Vol Fire Company one of our sister companies in Mullica Twp has launched their new website.

Check it out at www.nescovolunteerfirecompany.com

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Incident #6 01/28/2009 at 8:20am - Rt30 & Darmstadt Ave for an MVA / Jaws Assingment

Incidents

While Engine 16-3 was in Hammonton, Rescue 16-4 & Tanker 16-5 responded to an MVA at Rt 30 & Darmstadt ave and assisted Egg Harbor City with Jaws.

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Incident #5 01/28/2009 at 7:40am - 447 North Chew Rd in Hammonton for a Structure Fire / Cover Assingment

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Engine 16-3 responded with a crew of 5 for a Cover Assignment at Hammonton Station #1 then responded to the scene.

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Fire in Ventnor Destroys Part of Duplex, Kills Pets

Fire-Rescue News
Published: Monday, January 26, 2009

From Press staff reports

 VENTNOR - A basement blaze turned into a two-alarm fire and partially destroyed a multi-story building Sunday evening on Nashville Avenue.

Firefighters responded to a report of smoke coming from a duplex at 4 S. Nashville Ave. at 7:27 p.m. Upon arrival, they found a fire in the basement that quickly escalated to a two-alarm blaze with flames spreading to the first and second floors, Chief Bert Sabo said.

Firefighters got the blaze under control in about an hour, despite having to wait briefly for an electric crew to arrive and cut power to the building, Sabo said.

No humans were injured, but a resident living in the second-floor apartment building lost several pets in the fire, said Sabo, adding that the building suffered extensive smoke damage and will not be habitable for some time.

 The Margate City Fire Department also responded to the fire.

Officials were still investigating the cause of the fire late Sunday night.

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Local Firemen Recovers from Fall in Mullica Twp

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One of our fellow firefighters from Egg Harbor City is recovering from a fall from a  deer stand while hunting in the Elwood section of Mullica Twp. Phillip Cunningham, 26 of Egg Habor City broke both ankles when he fell Jan 2nd.

Phil had surgery to repair his ankle at Atlantic Care Medical Center City Division shorty after the fall.  He had a plate and pins inserted in his ankle to help his ankle heal properly. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phil will be in a wheel chair for about six months. 

Elwood Firemen were called to help carry Phil out of the woods after the fall.  Forest Fire C-8 (Rusty Fenton), E16-3, R16-4, and a Weekstown Truck  also responded to the scene.

 

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Incident #4 01/23/2009 at 5:20pm - 4649 Black Oak Dr. for a Kitchen Fire

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All Mullica Twp Firemen  were called to 4649 Black Oak Dr. for a Kitchen Fire . The home owner extinguished range fire using flour and water. When the Chief arrived on scene, the fire was already extinguished and he recalled Nesco and Weekstown.

Elwood fire dept ventilated, put tarps down, removed oven, and checked for extension using thermal camera. All units were clear at 6:10pm.

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