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EVFC Incident #128 12/16/2016 at 4:48pm - 1701 Hanover Ave for a Propane Leak

IncidentsHeavy smell of propane in the kitchen. 1600 shut off propane tank outside, advised homeowner to call propane company.
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EVFC Incident #127 12/16/2016 at 6:42am - 2 MULLICA WAY for a Possible Structure Fire

IncidentsReceived a call for a structure fire, false alarm. Arrived on scene and discovered that the heater malfunctioned and caused light smoke to come form the unit. We ran the gas meter and CO detector thru the house and determined that it was safe. The home owner called the heater repair company and will be addressed later today. We cut power to the heater from the breaker panel and cleared the scene at 7:03am.
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EVFC Incident #126 12/07/2016 at 7:00pm - 4713 White Horse Pike for an odor of gas

IncidentsReceived call of a gas leak, found gasoline odor coming from junk yard next door, ongoing complaint
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EVFC Incident #125 12/06/2016 at 4:10pm - White Horse Pike & Weymouth Elwood Rd for a Motor Vehicle Accident

IncidentsTwo vehicles with fluids on roadway, put down oil dry, no extraction needed. All station 160 units were clear at 4:47pm.
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Firefighters Catch Baby as Fire Ravages Frankford Apartments

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Firefighters caught a baby tossed to safety from a third-floor window as an early morning fire swept through a building that housed apartments and a business in Philadelphia's Frankford section, injuring nine people.

The blaze in a building at Frankford Avenue and Sellers Street that includes apartments and a business around 4 a.m. Tuesday left five adults and four children in stable condition, said firefighters.


Firefighters arrived to find fire on the second floor and creeping toward the third floor. Someone on the third floor tossed a baby into the arms of firefighters below, said firefighters.

Firefighters then used ladders to help 12 residents flee the flames. In total, 21 residents were left out of their homes, said the American Red Cross Eastern Pennsylvania, which assisted the five displaced families.

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Last Call for Richard Perez 12-3-16

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Wilmington Firefighter Hurt in Deadly Blaze Dies

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Wilmington Fire Chief Anthony Goode announced on Thursday senior firefighter Ardy Hope died of her injuries sustained in a deadly arson back in September.

Chief Goode tweeted the Line of Duty Death announcement around 4:30 p.m.

On October 13, Crozer-Chester Medical Center spokesman Grant Gegwich told The News Journal of Wilmington that Hope was downgraded to critical condition at the Upland, Pennsylvania hospital, where she was taken after the Sept. 24 fire.

She had been listed in critical but stable condition prior to that. Gegwich didn't disclose what caused the change.

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