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Progress of Quint 75

Monday, March 23, 2015  Quint 75's build process is underway! We are on schedule for a May delivery. More photos will be added as they become available. 

     
KME GSO #9717

KME GSO #9717

KME GSO #9717

KME GSO #9717



 

3rd Annual Car Show

Monday, March 16, 2015  First and foremost, we'd like to thank everyone for their continued support! The last two years were very fun and successful. We hope to expand even more this year.

DATE: SATURDAY, MAY 30th, 2015 - RAIN OR SHINE

SHOW TIME: 12:00PM till 4:00PM

PRE-REGISTRATION: $10.00 deadline 5/23/14

DAY OF SHOW: $15.00 registration starting at 10:00AM

DASH PLAQUES TO THE FIRST 100 VEHICLES

50/50 - DOOR PRIZES - FOOD - TROPHIES

OPEN TO ALL MAKES AND MODELS

JUDGING BEGINS AT 12PM

***ASKING ALL VEHICLES ATTENDING TO ENTER OFF CENTRAL AVE***

If pre-registering please download and complete the flyer. You can drop the form off at the Station or mail it to; Runnemede Fire Car Show, P.O. Box 193, Runnemede, NJ 08078.

Flyer can be found at www.runnemedefire.org under the Downloads section.

Any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the station, (856) 939-4390. If the personnel are unable to answer your question, you call will be returned by a Car Show Committee member. 






   


 

Dwelling Fire

Saturday, March 14, 2015  At 6:10am Task Force 7 was dispatched to the 200 block of Chestnut Ave. for a reported house fire. Battalion 75 and 701 arrived on location with a 2 story single family dwelling with smoke showing on the second floor. Engine 75 arrived shortly after and deployed a 1 3/4 inch hand line. Crews were met with heavy fire and smoke. Squad 32(Bellmawr) arrived and secured a hydrant, supplied Engine 75, and deployed a second hand line. Strong work by everyone on location. Additional companies: Bellmawr Fire DepartmentBarrington Fire CompanyChews Landing Fire DepartmentGlendora Fire CompanyLawnside Fire Company. The cause of the fire is being investigated by the Runnemede Fire Marshals Office

     



 

Wires Down on Black Horse Pike

Tuesday, March 10, 2015  TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Black Horse Pike closed from Clements Bridge Rd. to Evesham Rd. due to wires down across the roadway.

Around 3:42am the Runnemede Fire Department was dispatched to the Advanced Auto Parts for a report of wires down. Battalion 75 on location with wires down across the roadway. Thank you to the Runnemede Police Department, the Glendora Fire Company, and the Camden County Fire Police Association for you assistance on this incident.

     



 

Search OPS Training

Monday, March 9, 2015  Tonight the members of the Runnemede Fire Department trained on primary searches. This simulates firefighters searching for victims trapped inside residences. Strong work by everyone who attended!

   


 

Truck House Clean Up

Sunday, March 8, 2015  Members taking time out of their Sunday to clean the truck house after a snowy, salty winter.

     



 

New Appointed Lieutenant

Friday, March 6, 2015  Congratulations to William "Randy" Meyers who was appointed to Lieutenant tonight by Chief Moriarty during tonight's fire company meeting. The officers and members wish him well as he takes on this leadership position.

   


 

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. 

   


 
 
 

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