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EVFC Incident #2 01/18/2020 at 7:31pm - 3238 S White Horse Pike in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

Incidents1600A on location recalled all units - alarm malfunction. All units were clear at 7:45pm
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EVFC Incident #1 01/15/2020 at 3:48pm - 3339 S white Horse Pike in Elwood for a Natural Gas Leak

IncidentsPipe on shoulder of the White Horse Pike westbound leaking. Awaited South Jersey Gas . Given the all clear to leave by SJ Gas no danger not natural gas.
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EVFC Incident #110 12/28/2019 at 10:39pm - 3417 S. White Horse pike in Elwood for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsOn arrival found the building was evacuated. 1600A on location recalled station 160. Investigated and found it to be a false alarm. Reset the system- ok at this time. All units were clear at 10:58pm
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EVFC Incident #109 12/14/2019 at 1:01pm - 3471 Moores Ave in Nesco for a Reported Structure Fire

IncidentsCalled for a report of a structure fire. Recalled by Nesco command while en route. Heater Malfunction.
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Titherington Family Fire Relief Benefit

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 Please consider helping our Fire Captain and his family rebuild after their devastating house fire. Go to https://go.teamsnap.com/forms/218895/signups/new for On-line Ticket Purchases or tickets will be sold at the door or from Family & Fire Company members.

To sign up to donate items go to https://m.signupgenius.com/

 Titherington Fund RaiserGift Baskets

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Elwood Military mom returns home, surprises 12-year-old daughter at New Jersey school

 

MULLICA TOWNSHIP, New Jersey -- They say there's no place like home for the holidays, and it was truly a special moment for an Elwood, New Jersey girl who was surprised by her mother who returned home from deployment overseas.

It was a roar of applause from the school after Hailey turned around to see her mother, Sergeant Lia Cater, back home after being deployed for 11 months with the New Jersey National Guard.


They wiped tears and could barely be pulled apart.

 

 

 

 

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EVFC Incident #108 12/04/2019 at 1:39pm - 3017 Reading Ave in Elwood for a carbon monoxide alarm

IncidentsReceived a call for an activated carbon monoxide alarm. Arrived on scene and was notified that the heater was being worked on at the residence. Command,on scene, investigated by checking with C/O detector and determined that the house was safe. Recalled all units and cleared the scene.
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