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Report on Dispatch System is Due Soon

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From The Hammonton News On-Line Published: Wednesday, December 31, 2008

By BEN MERITT
Staff Writer


A report detailing the costs of a centralized emergency dispatch system for Atlantic County's 23 municipalities is due soon, county officials said.

The county sent surveys to all municipalities asking for financial data and call volume, said Vince Jones, Atlantic County's director of emergency management.

 

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Incident #1 01/02/2009 at 11:40am - In the rear of 1401 Elwood/Weekstown Rd for a Rescue Assignment

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A hunter fell out of a deer stand and broke both his ankles. Forest Fire C-8 (Rusty Fenton), E16-3, R16-4, and a Weekstown Truck responded to the scene.

 E16-3's stokes basket was taken back to the victim with the help of C-8. EMTs and Medics were given a ride back to the victim (approximately 800 yards back in the woods) by C-8.

Once the victim was secured in the basket, Firefighters and Police carried him out to the awaiting ambulance. All units were clear from the scene at 12:39pm.


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District 18

If you hear something interesting over Atl County Fire or EMS. Let us know the date and approximate time and we will post it.  cbrining@evfc160.com

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Firefighters battle blaze at home near Assumption School in Galloway Twp.

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From The Altanic City Press Published: Tuesday, December 30, 2008












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GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Seven police, fire and rescue agencies responded about 11:15 a.m. Tuesday to a fire that ultimately destroyed a single-story house north of Pitney and Great Creek Roads in Galloway Township.

Most of the damage was to the inside of the house, according to Acting Galloway Fire Chief Joe Blazo. No one was home at the time. A passerby called 911, Blazo said.

Blazo said he expected to have more information later about the cause of the fire.

Galloway Police, Galloway and Absecon First Aid, and Oceanville, Bayview, Pomona and Port Republic fire companies responded to the scene, Blazo said.

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What was the Name of that Coffee Shop?

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District 15

If you hear something interesting over Atl County Fire or EMS. Let us know the date and approximate time and we will post it.  cbrining@evfc160.com

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OD In The Woods

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District 9

If you hear something interesting over Atl County Fire or EMS. Let us know the date and approximate time and we will post it.  cbrining@evfc160.com

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Incident #117 12/14/2008 - 5217 Pleasant Mills Rd in Sweetwater for a Structure Fire

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company along with Nesco, Weekstown, Sweetwater, Hammonton and Galloway responded to 5217 Pleasant Mills Rd in Sweetwater for a Structure Fire at 12:30am on Dec. 14th, 2008. Hammonton Rescue transported one person to Kessler Hospital for minor burns The fire was under control at 2:52am. Some crews remained on scene until 4:45am overhauling.











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