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Welcome Home Kyle Ehret

Friday, November 13, 2015  We welcomed home Kyle Ehret from his one year tour in Bahrain with the United States Coast Guard. Kyle Ehret is a past member, the stepson of F/F Butch Hartman, and son of Contributing Member Mary Hartman. Special thanks to Operation Yellow Ribbon of South Jersey, Warriors Watch Riders, Runnemede Police, and the Local/County Officials who made this Welcome Home very memorable. 

Photo Credit: Camden County Facebook

Photo Credit: Camden County Facebook

Photo Credit: Camden County Facebook

Photo Credit: Camden County Facebook


Back to Back Covers

Sunday, October 25, 2015  Quint 75 covering Audubon Station 1-1 while they operated on an All Hands dwelling fire today. Yesterday, the Squad Company covered Haddon Heights Fire Department while they made quick work of a basement fire on Sycamore Street.



Fire Prevention Week 2105

Sparky the Fire Dog

Sunday, October 4, 2015  It's National Fire Prevention Week! Join us at the station on Thursday 10/8/15 from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm for our annual open house.

Did you know that many people don't test their smoke alarms as often as they should? When there is a fire, smoke spreads fast. You need working smoke alarms to give you time to get out. Test yours every month! Source: NFPA



Working Dwelling Fire in 91's Local

Sunday, October 4, 2015  Quint 75, Squad 75, and 701 assisted our brothers in Barrington on a dwelling fire. Battalion 91 arrived with light smoke showing. Further investigation deemed a working basement fire. Quint 75 arrived and operated as the 1st due truck company. The fire was quickly placed under control. Strong work by all companies on scene!



Working Dwelling Fire in 82's Local

Saturday, September 26, 2015  Task force 82 was dispatched to the unit block of Barbara Place for a dwelling fire. Engine 821 arrived reporting a 2 story signal family dwelling with heavy fire showing and immediately striking the all hands. Squad 75 was the FAST Company and 701 manned a 1 3/4" line. 



NJ Firemens Convention

Saturday, September 19, 2015  Quint 75 chauffeured by F/F Jaime Daleus during the annual NJ State Firemens Convention parade. The Quint was on display for our dealer 1st Priority Emergency Vehicles for the duration of the weekend. We received nothing but outstanding feedback on the apparatus design and layout. 



The Quint Training Continues

Monday, September 14, 2015  We are just wrapping up some ladder ops training at the Camden County Emergency Training Center. Each and everyday the firefighters are getting more comfortable and confident with the Quint. Now it's time to relax and enjoy the rest of the Eagles game........we know it's not looking too good right now, but GO BIRDS!!!!



Dwelling Fire in Barrington

Thursday, September 10, 2015  Quint 75 worked with our mutual partners to tackle this 1.5 story single family dwelling in Barrington. Squad 32 (Beaver Brook Duty Crew) was the 1st arrive apparatus and were faced with challenges right off the bat. They had a downed primary wire which charged the house and a gas fed fire out front. The power was secured to the wire at which point the crews transitioned to an interior attack. Quint 75 arrived and assisted with outside ventilation for the interior attack crew. Due to rapidly changing conditions the operation went defensive. At which time the crew assisted with multiple hand line on the "A" and "B" sides. Strong work by all on scene!



Ex-Engine 752 Still Goes to Jobs

Friday, August 28, 2015   Action shot of Engine 752, now Engine 15-1, serving Elsinboro well!! This picture is from a recent multi-alarm dwelling fire in their local.



Brush Fire in 32's Local

Wednesday, August 26, 2015  Quint 75 responded responded to the TD Bank on the the Black Horse Pike in Bellmawr for a reported building fire. B303 arrived to find bushes and mulch on fire. Quint 75 and Squad 32 used a bumper line to extinguish the fire. There was no damage to the building.



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