Monday, August 24, 2015
Squad 75, Quint 75, BLS 787, and 701 responded to the New Jersey Turnpike Northbound mile marker 31.7 for a very serious two vehicle crash. Both vehicles were overturned into the woods and the personnel were faced with numerous injuries upon arrival. With the help and professionalism of Bellmawr BLS 317, Mount Laurel EMS 36/Rescue 362/BLS 3681/BLS 3693, Westville BLS 739, Virtua Medic 46/Medic 41, and the NJ State Police we were able to get all the victims triaged and transported to local hospitals. The accident is under investigation by the NJSP. Also, a special thanks to all of the Good Samaritans who stopped to lend aid and the Camden County Communications Fire and EMS Alarm Room.
Monday, August 3, 2015
The Borough of Runnemede will be sponsoring "National Night Out" on Tuesday, August 4th, beginning at 6:00 PM at the Harry Williams Building Complex. Food, fun and music along with other activities will be available. Please come out and join us!
Tuesday, June 30, 2015
BOROUGH OF RUNNEMEDE INDEPENDENCE DAY FESTIVITIES SATURDAY JULY 4, 2015MORNING EVENTS:HELD AT THE HARRY WILLIAMS SENIOR CENTER, ELM AVENUE (Rain or Shine)9:00 AM BICYCLE PARADE-BEST DECORATED9:20 AM BABY PARADE REGISTRATION9:30 AM BABY PARADE BEGINSCategories:1-Most Patriotic2-Comical3-Best Impersonation4-Fancy Dress5-Most Original6-Youngest7- Best Decorated Float MAIN PARADE:12:30 PM - ASSEMBLY MAIN PARADE, Plaza/Washington1:00 PM - START MAIN PARADE, Black Horse Pike/Clements Bridge RoadWe have once again partnered with our neighbors in Barrington to provide fireworks on Friday July 3rd for all to watch beginning at 9:30 pm. Come out and join us!
Sunday, June 14, 2015
Since the delivery, the members put a lot of time and sweat into the Quint. Most of the equipment is laid out/mounted and the lettering was completed today. There is still plenty more to complete, but we are very happy with the progress thus far. Special thanks to "Graphics by Sparandera" for an outstanding job on the graphics.
Saturday, June 6, 2015
Today, the Runnemede Fire Department took delivery of a 2015 KME Panther 79' Quint. The apparatus has a Cummins ISL9 450 hp engine, Allison AVS 3000 transmission, 450 gallon water tank, 2000 GPM Waterous pump, 10 kW Smart Power generator, straight shot hose bed w/ 1000 ft capacity, and a whole lot more! This is the first ladder truck in the 100+ year history of Runnemede Fire. This is a very exciting time for us and we are looking forward to getting the apparatus in service. More photos will be added as the equipment mounting and lettering is done.
Thursday, June 4, 2015
It's been a busy start to June for the members. Since the 1st, we have responded to over 15 fire calls. During the evening on the 4th, Squad 75 operated on the NJTP Interchange 3 with a well involved vehicle fire.
Monday, June 1, 2015
We would like to thank everyone who attended and made our 3rd annual car show a success!! More photos will be added soon.
Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Our newly refinished table placed into service today. Over the last couple months the members worked on this project and it turned out great. Special thanks to Public Safety Outfitters for supplying the decal and F/F Keith Hartman for the glazing/finish work!!
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Inspection trip on 4/21/15 and end of the week progress photos from the factory. The body and pump module were mounted since out last visit. Next step is the plumbing department, paint for the body, and finishing department. They are making great progress on the Quint. We are still on schedule for a May delivery.
Credit: Barrington Fire Company
Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Task Force 7 was dispatched to a reported dwelling fire at 105 Manor Court. BLS 787 reported a smoke condition on the interior and the hydrant was mid block. An 1 3/4" hand line was used to extinguish the fire on the "C" side powder room wall. Engine 75(Runnemede), Squad 32(Bellmawr), Ladder 33(Bellmawr), Quint 91(Barrington), and Rescue 82(Chews Landing) operated on scene to quickly bring the fire under control. The fire is being investigated by the Runnemede Fire Marshal Office. Outstanding work by all units on scene.
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