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Ice Rescue Training

Saturday, February 28, 2015  This morning, members of the Runnemede Fire Department participated in an ice rescue drill at Hirsch Lake. This training simulated rescuing a victim that has fallen through the ice.




     



 

Building Fire in Glendora

Tuesday, February 24, 2015  Task Force 81 was dispatched to the area of 316 N. Black Horse Pike. 8101 and 8004 arrived on location with heavy smoke showing from a single story vacant commercial occupancy. Fire was contained to the attic area and no reported injuries. The fire was ruled non suspicious and was determined to be caused by HVAC unit wire damage by an animal. 

     
Credit: Tj Carroll (Facebook)

Credit: Tj Carroll (Facebook)

Credit: Tj Carroll (Facebook)

Credit: Tj Carroll (Facebook)



 

Tanker Fire in Pennsauken

Credit: Haddon Heights Fire

Credit: Haddon Heights Fire

Monday, February 23, 2015  Engine 75 assisted in Pennsauken for an overturned gasoline tanker at Route 90 at Route 130. The situation was quickly brought under control and no surrounding homes sustained any damage. Outstanding job done by all on scene. 

   


 

Newest Addition to the Family

Tuesday, February 17, 2015  We would like to congratulate F/F Ryan Young and his wife Heather on the birth of their son, William Edward Young. William was born just before 06:00, measuring in at 8.8 lbs and 21.75". Mom, Dad, and William are resting and doing well. We wish them nothing but the best and welcome to the Runnemede Fire family!!

   


 

Vehicle Fire on Evesham

Thursday, February 12, 2015  Engine 75 arrived at Evesham Rd at Schuber Ave with a vehicle well involved. The crew used 1 - 1 3/4" hand line to control the fire. No injuries were reported.

     



 

Overseas 75 Pride

Tuesday, February 3, 2015   Station 75 flag flying high aboard the US Coast Guard cutter currently stationed in Bahrain. Past member Kyle Ehret is currently serving a 1 year tour overseas with the USCG. Kyle's mother, Mary Hartman and step father, Frank Hartman are current members of our department and gave him the flag before departing. Runnemede pride from almost 7000 miles away! Stay safe Kyle and we'll see you when you get home.

     
Photo Credit: Kyle Ehret

Photo Credit: Kyle Ehret

Photo Credit: Mary Hartman

Photo Credit: Mary Hartman



 

Triple Fatal on NJTP

Thursday, January 22, 2015  Approximately 07:07 this morning, Squad 75, BLS 788, Mount Laurel Rescue 3629, BLS 368, and Virtua Medic 35 were dispatched to MM 31.3 Southbound on the New Jersey Turnpike for a reported vehicle off the roadway into a tree. Medic 35 arrived confirming a single vehicle off the roadway into a tree with three unconscious patients heavily entrapped. Medic 35 requested to fly a helicopter and Rescue 32 (Bellmawr) and BLS 3 (Bellmawr) were added to the assignment. Rescue 3629 and Squad 75 arrived and worked together to stabilize the vehicle and disentangle the three patients. Rescue 32 was ordered to set up the LZ South of the accident on the Turnpike at which point command was notified the choppers were grounded due to weather conditions. All three patients were extricated and pronounced deceased at the scene. The cause and circumstances of the accident is currently under investigation by the New Jersey State Police.

     



 

Happy New Year!

Friday, January 2, 2015  Happy New Year to everyone! We are very excited for what 2015 will bring the Department and the Borough. In 2014 department responded to 414 Fire and 1220 EMS calls for service.

Thanks again for everyone's continued support.

   


 

2015 Line and Executive Officers

Monday, December 15, 2014  Congrats to the 2015 Line and Executive Officers. 2015 is going to be a busy one for the entire department. We would like to thank everyone for their continued support! 

Fire Department Line Officers:

Chief (701) - Patrick Moriarty

Deputy Chief (702) - Alfred Loverdi

Assistant Chief (7502) - Thomas Buscio

Captain (7504) - Anthony Dolce

Lieutenant (7505) - Kyle Lautenbacher

Fire Company Executive Officers:

President - John Feret

Vice President - Michael Kearney

Recording Secretary - Zachary Beeby

Financial Secretary - Joan Albertson

Treasure - Bernard Moore

Trustees - Charles Romond, Daniel Fitzgerald, and Frank Hartman

   


 

Past-Chief William Dermond

Friday, December 5, 2014  Past-Chief, William Dermond passed away at the age of 85. He served as Chief of Department from 1976 to 1977. Chief Dermond proudly served in the United States Army, Air Force, and Navy. He retired in 1989 from the Civil Service at Naval Air Station in Willow Grove.



   


 
 
 

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