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1. Wheaton Building Fire Called Accidental
Click here for More Photos By THOMAS BARLAS Staff Writer, 609-272-7201 AC Press Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2007 HAMILTON TOWNSHIP - After a nine-week investigation, authorities say they believe they know what caused a fire that gutted parts of the old Wheaton plastics factory on Mill Street in Mays Landing ...
by CBrining on 11/26 05:05pm - Story - 6,085 Hits
2. New Jersey Family Seeks Records in Fatal Fire
From FireHouse.com A lawyer for the parents of three children who perished in a Warren County fire wants to know whether the volunteer firefighters who responded were qualified to battle the blaze. Click read more for full article
by CBrining on 01/14 07:04pm - Story - 3,481 Hits
3. Hammonton man charged in fiery crash that kills ...
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Tuesday, January 15, 2008 2:25 p.m. Update - MAYS LANDING – A 30 year old Hammonton man has been charged in connection with a fatal accident that took the life of an Atlantic County Corrections Officer on Monday evening, Atlantic County Prosecutor Ted Housel ...
by CBrining on 01/15 06:25pm - Story - 2,574 Hits
4. Pennsylvania Firefighters Rebuild Home Damaged by Blaze
From FireHouse.com When the Port Vue Vigilante Fire Company extinguished a fire that gutted a home on Romine Avenue last May, Chief Gary Kulka couldn't help but feel that there should be something more that he could do to help. Click here for full article
by CBrining on 01/17 07:05pm - Story - 2,061 Hits
5. N.J. Fire Chief Suspended Over Firefighter Training Injuries
From FireRescue1.com on Oct 10th, 2007. By Michael Gartland The Record DUMONT, N.J. Borough officials announced the suspension of Fire Chief Jason Dalton on Monday as the state's Fire Safety Division investigates a training exercise that went awry in September. Click read more for full article.
by CBrining on 11/12 04:45pm - Story - 2,025 Hits
6. Congress and Firefighters Union Put Heat on Volunteers
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 You probably haven't heard that Congress is about to shut down many of America's volunteer fire departments. Not intentionally, perhaps. Yet a little-known bill advancing through Congress would do just that. Nearly 26,000 volunteer fire departments protect tens of millions ...
by CBrining on 10/10 09:59pm - Story - 1,817 Hits
7. Firefighters Contain Massive Tire Blaze in Fairfield Township
From the AC Press Published: Monday, December 24, 2007 By BRIAN IANIERI Staff Writer, 609-463-6713 Click here for full article.
by CBrining on 12/24 06:11pm - Story - 1,775 Hits
8. Franklin Township, NJ Firefighter, 21, Dies in House ...
By WAYNE PARRY The Associated Press Date of Incident: April 11, 2006 FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, N.J. ï¿½ A volunteer firefighter who led a team of colleagues into a burning house early Tuesday died after the floor on which he was standing dropped into the building's basement. A woman who lived in ...
by CBrining on 12/03 04:40pm - Story - 1,716 Hits
9. Overnight Fire Destroys Two Beach-Block Homes in Stone ...
From the AC Press Published: Friday, December 7, 2007 An overnight fire completely destroyed a home and severely damaged two others in the beach block of 104th Street in Stone Harbor, Friday Dec. 7, 2007. According to fire officials at the scene, the fire started approximately 12:30 a.m. Friday morning ...
by CBrining on 12/07 07:01pm - Story - 1,683 Hits
10. Six Apartment Units in Somers Point Damaged by ...
By LYNDA COHEN Staff Writer, 609-272-7257 From the Atlantic City Press Published: Sunday, December 2, 2007 Click here for full article
by CBrining on 12/02 04:00pm - Story - 1,555 Hits
11. Ill. Firefighter Dies In Sleep After Coal Fire ...
From FireRescue1.com on Oct 29th, 2007. Duty Death: Scott A. Mumm - [Mendota, Illinois] MENDOTA, Ill. The Mendota, Ill., Fire Department regrets to announce the unexpected non-traumatic Line of Duty death of Firefighter / Paramedic Scott A. Mumm on Monday, October 29, 2007. Click read more for full article.
by CBrining on 11/11 04:59pm - Story - 1,544 Hits
12. EVFC 6th Annual Golf Tournament
The Elwood Volunteer Fire Company would like to thank everyone that supported this years Golf Tournament to benefit Ciara M. Martinez and EVFC. Thanks to you this years Tournament was a success. We look forward to seeing you at next years Tournament. Click here for More Photos
by CBrining on 10/13 09:00pm - Story - 1,515 Hits
13. N.J. Firefighter Dies After Fighting Blaze
By Justo Bautista and Soni Sangha Form: The Record Copyright 2007 North Jersey Media Group Inc., All Rights Reserved RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. ï¿½ Firefighters from Ridgefield Park and surrounding towns were in mourning Sunday for a colleague who fought a spectacular early morning blaze in Bogota and died hours later ...
by CBrining on 11/16 12:00pm - Story - 1,502 Hits
14. TWO MEN ARREST INVOLVING A FIRE AT THE ...
From the Mullica Twp Police Web Site: On May 12th 2007 at 7:53 pm, Mullica Twp police officers and Mullica Twp Fire Depts were dispatched for a fire at the Sweetwater casino. Police investigation resulted in the arrest of two men: Joe Butler from Port Republic and Salvatore Wright from ...
by CBrining on 05/13 12:53am - Story - 1,436 Hits
15. Fire Chief Domenico to resign; Ruberton slated to ...
From The Hammonton News published December 26, 2007 HAMMONTON -- Frank Domenico has resigned as chief of the Hammonton Volunteer Fire Department and will be replaced by Michael Ruberton. The move is expected to be approved next Tuesday at the Town Council's New Year's reorganization meeting. Domenico submitted his letter ...
by CBrining on 12/26 06:16pm - Story - 1,423 Hits
16. ELWOOD - Fire truck falls in ravine, destroyed ...
Calm down Chief, it was Elwood Nebraska 10/30/2007 The Elwood Volunteer Fire Department lost a fire truck in a 300-acre grass fire Monday night. Fire Chief Ed Houldon said the fire started about 7:30 p.m. in a pasture owned by the Fong Brothers about one mile southwest of Elwood. Fire ...
by CBrining on 11/02 11:00am - Story - 1,419 Hits
17. Emergency Vehicles / Just pull over, OK?
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Tuesday, January 8, 2008 Add this to the indicators of our fast-paced and self-absorbed culture: Area rescue squads report that motorists increasingly refuse to move over when emergency vehicles approach. That's pretty appalling. Click read more for full article
by CBrining on 01/08 05:59pm - Story - 1,413 Hits
18. Hovercraft Used to Retrieve Man Who Wandered into ...
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Saturday, January 12, 2008 By LYNDA COHEN Staff Writer, 609-272-7257 PLEASANTVILLE - It wasn't the usual view for one motorist traveling the Atlantic City Expressway on Friday afternoon. A man was in the marshes, the driver told State Police in a call made after ...
by CBrining on 01/13 02:54pm - Story - 1,294 Hits
19. Estell Manor Route 557 crash kills 18-year-old woman
From the AC Press Published: Wednesday, December 12, 2007 ESTELL MANOR A young woman was killed Tuesday night when her car collided with a truck at the intersection of Route 557 and Cumberland Avenue, State Police said. The accident happened at 8:27 p.m., when the 18-year-old woman entered the intersection and ...
by CBrining on 12/12 08:36pm - Story - 1,257 Hits
20. 3 New Jersey Firefighters Punished for Improper Smoke ...
From: Firehouse.com EMERSON, N.J.-- The state has sanctioned three high-ranking firefighters for a drill that went awry. The Division of Fire Safety has barred Chief Thomas Carlos, Deputy Chief Mark Savino and Lt. Rich Solimando from running the scene at an emergency call or serving as officers for periods of ...
by CBrining on 12/08 01:57pm - Story - 1,250 Hits
21. Five people rescued from Brigantine fire
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Thursday, January 10, 2008 By ELAINE ROSE Staff Writer, 609-272-7215 BRIGANTINE - Police rescued five people from a burning building late Wednesday night in a fire that snarled traffic to and from Atlantic City, police said. Police said they received a report of a ...
by CBrining on 01/10 08:49pm - Story - 1,223 Hits
22. Fire Damages Galloway Township House
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Friday, December 28, 2007 GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - A five-alarm fire rendered a Whalers Cove Court house uninhabitable Thursday evening, and sent one firefighter to the hospital with a back injury, the fire chief said. The fire was reported at 6:13 p.m., and the first ...
by CBrining on 12/29 03:44pm - Story - 1,197 Hits
23. Two people injured in Mullica Township crash
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Wednesday, Jan 9th 2008 By Elaine Rose staff writer Two people were injured, one of them seriously, when two vehicles collided Tuesday evening at the intersection of Route 30 and Elwood Road, police said. The driver of one vehicle, a 70-year-old man from Egg ...
by CBrining on 01/09 01:08pm - Story - 1,197 Hits
24. Ocean City Firefighter Charged in Sexual Assault Suspended
From the Atlantic City Press Published: Thursday, January 10, 2008 OCEAN CITY - A city firefighter who is facing charges of aggravated sexual assault has been suspended without pay from his job. Police last week arrested Bartholomew Allegretto, 49, at an Ocean Avenue home. He was charged with aggravated sexual ...
by CBrining on 01/10 08:38pm - Story - 1,191 Hits
25. FOLSOM - Three-car crash injures six
From The Press of Atlantic City Published: Monday, December 24, 2007 Six people were injured in a three-car accident early Sunday afternoon. The accident occurred at about 12:56 p.m. at Eighth Street and Route 322, according to State Police at the Buena Vista Township barracks. Police said a driver traveling ...
by CBrining on 12/24 06:56pm - Story - 1,180 Hits
26. New Jersey Firefighter Struck By Bus
From Fire House.com A firefighter was recovering Saturday after he was struck by a bus Friday night. Authorities said the fireman was exiting his fire truck on the White Horse Pike in Haddon Heights at about 9 p.m. when the accident happened. Police questioned the bus driver. The fire truck ...
by CBrining on 11/13 12:00pm - Story - 1,137 Hits
27. New Jersey Firefighters Save Burning Fire House
From: FireHouse.com On Dec. 23, just two days before Christmas, Gloucester County N.J. 911 Center telephone lines lit up like a Christmas tree for a reported fire at the Oak Valley Fire House in Deptford Twp. NJ. Click here for full article.
by CBrining on 01/14 06:33pm - Story - 1,137 Hits
28. E. Greenwich Firefighter Dies
Walter Fagan's funeral will be held at McBride-Foley Funeral Home in Paulsboro at 10:30 a.m. on Friday. From the Courier-Post Sunday, December 30, 2007 By LEO STRUPCZEWSKI Courier-Post Staff EAST GREENWICH, NJ A 48-year-old volunteer firefighter suffered a fatal heart attack late Friday night while responding to a call in ...
by CBrining on 12/30 03:17pm - Story - 1,125 Hits
29. PLEASE APPRECIATE AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL EMERGENCY WORKERS
I wish you could know what it is like to search a burning bedroom for trapped children at 3 AM, flames rolling above your head, your palms and knees burning as you crawl, the floor sagging under your weight as the kitchen below you burns. I wish you could comprehend ...
by CBrining on 01/15 06:20pm - Story - 1,106 Hits
30. HAMMONTON - Fiery Crash Kills Driver
From The Press of Atlantic City Published: Monday, December 24, 2007 An unidentified person was killed in a one-car accident in Hammonton early Sunday morning. A witness said a silver car was traveling east on Columbia Road at a high speed at 2:40 a.m., police Sgt. Kevin Friel said. Moments ...
by CBrining on 12/24 07:32pm - Story - 1,090 Hits
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