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Incident #16 03/08/2009 at 1:48am - 847 S White Horse Pike in Hammonton for Structure Fire

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Engine 16-3 and Support 16-1 responded to Hammonton for mutual aid for a structure fire at 847 S. White Horse Pike (Truck Masters) at 1:48am Sunday morning March 8th.  Station 18-3 Laureldale covered Station 160 until Tanker 16-5 cleared the Landing Zone from the previous MVA call.

Structure Fire Truck Masters in Hammonton 3-8-09

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Incident #15 03/08/2009 at 1:19am - Reading Ave & Snowhill Rd for a MVA & Landing Zone Assignment

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The Elwood Fire Company responded to a  MVA on Reading Ave near Snowhill Rd at 1:19am Sunday morning March 8th. Engine 16-3 assisted Hammonton Rescue at the scene  while Tanker 16-5 set up the Landing Zone at the Mullica School. One person was seriously injured in this one vehicle roll over with ejection.

MVA 3-8-09

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It's Time to Change your Clocks & Your Batteries in your Smoke Detectors

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It's time to change your clocks 1 hour ahead and you should also replace the batteries in all of your smoke detectors. Also it's a good idea to vacuum your detector, so that cobwebs and dust particles do not prevent the detector from working properly.

If your smoke detectors are older than 10 years old, you need to replace them. Detectors only work properly for about ten years. Smoke detectors can be purchased from most hardware and general drug stores.

You should have at least one smoke detector on every floor of your house. Also you should have a detector in the immediately adjacent area next to any bedroom or other sleeping quarters. Usually, you should place your smoke detectors on the ceiling or on the wall within one foot of the ceiling. Remember, always follow your manufacturer's directions.

For more information about smoke detectors check out the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

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Incident #13 03/07/2009 at 3:45am - Laureldale Station 18-3 for a Cover Assignment

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Engine 16-3 responded to Laureldale Station 18-3 for a Cover Assignment while they were at a fatal MVA on the AC expressway. All units were clear at 5:34am.

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Boyfriend Killed Woman, Died in Dlaze, Officials Say

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From The

AC Press
By MICHELLE LEE Staff Writer, 609-272-7256
Published: Thursday, March 05, 2009

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HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - A West Atlantic City man stabbed his girlfriend to death Wednesday, then died in a fire he started, Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel said in a statement released Thursday evening.

The bodies of Saily Abreu, 36, and her 31-year-old boyfriend were found by law enforcement officials inside her burnt-out Oak Crest Estates home on Wednesday afternoon......Continue Reading

 
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Incident #11 03/01/2009 at 11:35pm - 7th st & White Horse Pike for a Vehicle into the Woods

IncidentsEngine-16-3 responded to a report of a vehicle into the woods at 7th ave & white horse pike. The crew assisted Police & EMS. All units were clear at 12:13am.

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