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From Probie to Firefighters: The Graduates

Tuesday, June 24, 2014  We would like to congratulate Firefighter's Christopher Thomas, Ryan Casillas, and Ryan Young who graduated from their Firefighter 1 training! The 5 month journey has now given them the basic knowledge and know how to be a firefighter in the State of New Jersey. They know the complexity of this job and the training doesn't stop here. We look forward to their growth and progression in the department.

F/F Young

F/F Young

F/F Thomas

F/F Thomas


House Full of Smoke

Friday, June 13, 2014  Around 17:30 Task Force 7 was dispatched to 53 Bowers Ave for a reported dwelling fire. Original reports were the resident came home to a house full of smoke. 701, B75, and E75 arrived with nothing showing from a 1 story wood frame single family dwelling. RPD reported a significant smoke condition in the basement. E75's crew proceeded into the interior and confirmed RPD's report. E75 and QT91's crews worked in the basement to locate the source of the smoke while SQ32 stood by the hydrant and R82 assumed the RIT Team rolls. The source was traced to a sump pump fire in a limited access part of the dwelling basement. Crews extinguished the fire with a can and the dwelling was ventilated. Outstanding work to all companies on location!

Additonal assisting companies: Bellmawr Fire(32) and Chews Landing Fire(82).



Bedroom Fire in Bellmawr

Tuesday, June 10, 2014  Task Force 33 was dispatched to 308 Princeton Ave in Bellmawr. Squirt 32 arrived and stretched a line to the 2nd floor and made quick work of a mattress fire. Engine 75 arrived and stood by the hydrant awaiting the order to lay in. The fire was placed under control quickly and no water supply was needed. Outstanding work to all Companies on scene. 



Single Vehicle MVA with Entrapment

Saturday, May 31, 2014  Squad 75, BLS 787, Squad 13, and BLS 1396 were dispatched to the Northbound side of the NJTP for a single vehicle accident. Squad 13 arrived in the Southbound lane to investigate and found 1 patient to be entrapped in the vehicle. At the time, Medics and Rescue 13 were added to the assignment. Squad 13 and Squad 75 worked together to stabilize the vehicle and extricate the patient. BLS 787 and Medics transported the patient to a local hospital. 



2nd Annual Car Show

Saturday, May 31, 2014  We would like to thank everyone who came out and participated in the car show! It was a great success and we already started planning for next year. Pictures are uploaded in the Gallery section of the website. Thanks again for everyone's continued support.  



Dwelling Fire in Barrington

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Courtesy of NJ.com

Thursday, May 22, 2014  Squad 75 responded to 15 Cedar Ave in Barrington for a dwelling fire. The 1st arriving crew on Quint 91(Barrington) was met with heavy fire conditions on the "C" side 1st floor. They made a very aggressive attack with a 2 1/2" handline. Squad 75 arrived and laddered the front and rear of the dwelling along with ventilating the 2nd floor. The fire was placed under control quickly and is under investigation. One elderly resident was transported to the hospital for smoke inhalation. 



Engine 75 responds to Berlin Twp

Thursday, May 8, 2014  Task Force "C" was dispatched to cover Station 211(Berlin Boro). Upon arrival at Station 211, Engine 75 was called into the scene at 160 Cooper Rd, Berlin Twp. Engine 75's original assignment was to establish a third water source and supply Quint 1-1(Audubon). The water source was unable to be established. Engine 75's crew reported to man power pool and worked with the crew from Quint 60(Laurel Springs). Outstanding work by all personnel on scene! Its not often you seen Runnemede in Berlin Township.    

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Lieutenant Jaime Daleus - Courtesy of Social Media

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New Scott SCBA

Tuesday, April 1, 2014  The Beaver Brook Fire Alliance (Barrington, Bellmawr, Haddon Heights, and Runnemede) received our shipment of 109 new Scott SCBA. This purchase was made possible by the FEMA AFG Grant awarded to the Alliance last year. These new air packs are the 2013 NFPA compliant models and have the Pak Tracker feature. The officers from all four stations worked together this morning at our fire house to get the SCBA sorted out and programmed. We will be conducting in house training and pack familiarization in the up coming week. These new SCBA shall be in service shortly!



Traffic Nightmare on 9th Ave

Tuesday, April 1, 2014  Around 13:00 just as the SCBA project was wrapping up for the day, we were dispatched to 9th Ave in the area of the Black Horse Pike. Original reports were live wires down on a tractor trailer with the driver still inside. Upon arrival, we worked with PSEG who was already on location. The wires were determined to be dead and the driver was assisted out of the vehicle. One PSEG worker was transported for an injury sustained while working in the bucket when the pole and wires came down. Runnemede Police Department, Public Works, and Camden County Fire Police provided traffic control for the effected areas.



Members honored by the Camden County Hero Scholarship

Friday, March 21, 2014  Congratulations to three of our members that were honored by the Camden County Hero Scholarship last night March 21st. EMS Supervisors Thomas Buscio and Lois Tadley, along with EMT Mary McLean were honored for their roll in an EMS incident... in Bellmawr, NJ in November, 2013. EMT's Tadley and McLean responded on Runnemede's ambulance and EMT Buscio responded as a paramedic for Virtua. The incident involved 3 people simultaneously being electrocuted and all were in cardiac arrest at the arrival of first responders. All 3 victims were revived by the time they arrived at the hospitals. This was a combined effort by numerous public safety agencies including Runnemede EMS, Bellmawr Fire and EMS, Bellmawr Police, and Virtua Paramedics. Congratulations and great job by all involved.



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