The Runnemede Fire Company is hosting a Farmers' Market in our firehouse parking lot from May to October 2016. The market will be held ever Sundays from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM. Check out our Facebook page for the most up to date information including out vendor list: www.facebook.com/RunnemedeFireCoFarmersMarketIf your are interested in becoming a vendor, please email email@example.com
Saturday, April 9, 2016
Car Show season is quickly approaching and the Runnemede Fire Company is excited to host it's 4th show. All pre-registrations being mailed should be sent to: Runnemede Fire Car ShowPO Box 193Runnemede, NJ 08078You may also drop the pre-reg off at the station anytime (26 E 2nd Ave). Please make all checks payable to Runnemede Fire Company. As always, thank you for your interest and support!DATE: Saturday, June 4th, 2016 - Rain or ShineSHOW TIME: 12:00PM till 4:00PM PRE-REGISTRATION: $10.00 deadline Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 DAY OF SHOW: $15.00 registration starting at 10:00AMDASH PLAQUES TO THE FIRST 100 VEHICLESOPEN TO ALL MAKES AND MODELSJUDGING BEGINS AT 12PM 50/50 - DOOR PRIZES - FOOD - TROPHIES
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Squad 75 and 702 (D/C Loverdi) responded to a Natural Gas leak on the 300 Block of N. Read Ave. Police and the Fire Department were alerted by a NJ American Water worker who found the odor coming from the dwelling. 702 arrived confirming an active leak in the basement and requested the response of South Jersey Gas. Squad 75 located the nearest hydrant (5th/Read) and the firefighters made entry into the basement in full personal protective equipment. The gas meter was located at the bottom of the steps and quickly secured by the fire personnel. A search of the premise was conducted with negative results, but there was evidence of foul play. Chief Dailey, Sgt. Murray, and Ptl. Wooton of the Runnemede Police Department were alerted of our findings. Positive pressure ventilation was placed into service bringing the interior back to safe levels. The meter was locked out by South Jersey Gas and Police began their quick and diligent investigation. The suspect (a neighbor) was quickly detained and linked to a few other similar burglaries.The extremely dangerous level of Natural Gas saturation inside the home could have resulted in an explosion. This could have had a very tragic end, but fortunately early detection led to fast action. Let this be a reminder to all, any odor of gas and/or suspicious activity needs to be reported to 911 immediately. Great job by all involved!
Saturday, April 9, 2016
THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR ATTENDEES!! IT WAS A GREAT TURNOUT AND WE APPRECIATE THE SUPPORT.Canvas Paint Night FundraiserAn experienced artist from Paint-a-Treasure will guide you through a fun night of step-by-step painting!
Saturday, March 26, 2016
The members taking advantage of this beautiful weather today conducting a pump operations refresher on 9th Ave.
Saturday, March 12, 2016
THANK YOU TO ALL WHO ATTENDED! IT WAS A GREAT NIGHT FOR ALL. RUNNEMEDE FIRE COMPANY, No. 1BEEF AND BEER FundraiserBenefiting the Building Renovations FundSaturday, March 12, 20167:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Monday, February 29, 2016
Squad 75, Quint 75, and 701 assisted our neighbors in Glendora last night for another All Hands dwelling fire. The fire was reported in the area of 7th and Central just before 23:00. Station 81 confirmed a visual on the well involved home from their station.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
All Hands dwelling fire in Glendora this morning on Hollywood Drive. The 1st arriving crews were faced with heavy fire conditions. Squad 75 was supplied by Squad 81 and operated on the "C" side with 701 (Chief Moriarty) and 702 (Deputy Chief Loverdi).
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Starting off today like the last couple busy days. Quint 75 responding to a reported dwelling fire on the 100 block of Kingston Dr in Barrington. Luckily it was only steam from a normal operating chimney thought to be smoke. As always, stay safe out there!
Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Quint and Squad 75 are back in station cleaning up from an All Hands dwelling fire on the 200 block of 7th Ave in Glendora. Quint 75 arrived 1st due, forced entry, and operated with a 1 3/4" handline. Squad 75 arrived 3rd due and assisted Engine 821's (Chews Landing) crew with the water supply and stretched the 2nd handline. The fire was placed under control quickly and turned over to the local and county fire investigation units. Strong work by the companies on location: Glendora, Magnolia, Blenheim, and Blackwood.Ladder 32 (Bellmawr) responded to a interior natural gas release at 835 E. Clements Bridge Road while our units were on location in Glendora. Squad 75 responded once they were released from the Glendora fire ground.
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