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EVFC Incident #105 09/19/2018 at 12:24am - 4800 White Horse Pike in Elwood for a Possible Gas leak

IncidentsCheck house for gas leak, found no evidence of gas leaking. Turned scene over to police. All units were clear at 12:50am.
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Pressure increase reported in Massachusetts gas pipeline, NTSB says

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A house goes up in flames Thursday in northeastern Massachusetts north of Boston.

(CNN)The National Transportation Safety Board will investigate a pressure increase detected in a natural gas pipeline north of Boston as it tries to figure out what caused a series of fires and gas explosions in three Massachusetts towns, NTSB Chairman Robert Sumwalt said Saturday at a news conference.

A pipeline controller working at a console in Columbus, Ohio, noticed the pressure increase in a pipeline in Lawrence, Massachusetts, one of the three towns where the fires occurred, Sumwalt told CNN's Alison Kosik. He didn't say when the pressure increase was noticed.
"Certainly we will interview that pipeline controller," he said.
Also Saturday, Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said most people who had to evacuate their homes in Lawrence, Andover and North Andover should be able to go......Continue Reading
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EVFC Incident #104 09/12/2018 at 7:45pm - 5th Ave and Moss Mill in Elwood for a Natural Gas Leak

IncidentsFound a strong odor of gas upon arrival. odor dissipated after a couple minutes. Unable to locate source, waited for gas company arrival. Relieved by gas company. All units were clear at 8:24pm
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EVFC Incident #103 09/11/2018 at 7:19pm - 4816 Reading Ave in Elwood for the Report of an Illegal Burn

IncidentsCalled for an illegal burn. Chief 1600 arrived and found homeowner has a permit to burn. No action taken. All units cleared at 7:30pm
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EVFC Incident #102 09/08/2018 at 11:49am - 3410 Nesco rd in Nesco for an Activated Fire Alarm

IncidentsCalled for an activated fire alarm. Upon investigation water activated the head due to roof leak. All units cleared without incident at 12:33pm
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EVFC Incident #101 09/05/2018 at 9:31am - 423 Elm Street in Elwood for a Gas Leak

IncidentsReceived a call for a gas leak. Crews were out digging and encountered a strange odor and notified South Jersey Gas. South Jersey Gas arrived on location and determined that no leaks were present and it was safe to clear the scene.
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EVFC Incident #100 09/03/2018 at 9:00am - 4815 Old Egg Harbor Rd in Elwood for an Activated CO Alarm

IncidentsCalled for a CO alarm. Checked building and appliances with two CO detectors. No CO readings. Gas appliances are functioning normally. Homeowner's CO alarm is out of date. Advised homeowner to replace alarm.

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