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2014 Run Stats

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February
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April
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June
July
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2013 Run Stats

January
58
February
34
March
38
April
37
May
29
June
48
July
43
August
50
September
50
October
54
November
46
December
52
Total
539

2012 Run Stats

January
50
February
59
March
53
April
48
May
46
June
42
July
56
August
47
September
38
October
59
November
48
December
58
Total
604

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March 17, 2008 at 13:46 hrs.

Engine 15 was dispatched to 216 Hollywood Drive for a dwelling fire. Station 14, Engine 18, and Ladder 13 were also dispatched on the assignment. First due units reported heavy smoke from the third floor of a 3-story duplex. Engine 15 arrived and was assigned the RIT company once on-scene. Engine 15 staged with their equipment on side A of the dweling and did a 360 of the dwelling, checking for hazards. Engine 15 assisted with various tasks on the fireground before being released by command at 15:10 hrs. Chief 14 had the Hollywood Ave command.

Hollywood Drive   Hollywood Drive

Hollywood Drive   Hollywood Drive

March 6, 2008 at 13:22 hrs.

Station 15 along with Ladder 13, and Engine 12 were dispatched to South Broad Street at Harcourt Drive for a mva with entrapment. Engine 15 arrived on-scene with a two car mva with one patient entrapped. Engine 15 stretched a 1 3/4" line as a protection line as Ladder 13 setup for extrication. Engine 15 took care of fluids and also helped with patient care while Ladder 13 extricated the patient. Ladder 13 extricated the patient quickly by doing a door pop and Engine 12 was recalled en route. Engine 15 and Ladder 13 were on-scene for 30 minutes before returning in-service. Chief 13 had the "South Broad Street" Command. March 1, 2008 at 1309 hrs.

   

   

March 1, 2008 at 13:09 hrs.

Engine 15 was dispatched to South Broad Street at Oldfield Ave. for a mva. Engine 15 arrived to find a two car accident with multiple injuries. Engine 15 took care of patient care and controlled fluids on-scene while awaiting the ambulance. Engine 15 was on-scene for about thirty minutes before returning available. Deputy 15 had the "South Broad Street" command. In the pictures you can see how the one vehicle removed the other vehicles door with it's bumper.

   

   

Feburary 1, 2008 at 11:14 hrs.

Station 15 along with Engine 16-1, Ladder 13, and Engine 19 were dispatched to South Broad Street in the area of Oldfield Avenue for a house fire. Engine 15 arrived first-due and reported a two-story wood-frame dwelling with smoke showing from the roof. Engine 15 officer did a walk around of the dwelling and noticed fire showing from the attic. Engine 15 with the help of Engine 16-1 stretched a 1 3/4" line to the second floor while Ladder 13 threw ground ladders. Engine 15 entered the attic and found heavy fire involving the rear of the attic. Engine 15 called for the first alarm to be dispatched to the scene which brought SS-15, Engine 18, and Ladder 14. Engine 15 knocked the fire in 10 minutes while Ladder 13 ventilated and Engine 16-1 checked for extension. SS-15 stretched a back-up line and Engine 19 had the FAST team duties. At the twenty minute mark command held with Engine 15 and Ladder 13 for the investigation and overhaul. Units were held on-scene for 2 hours before returning inservice. Chief 13 had the South Broad Street Command.

South Broad Picture 1   South Broad picture 2

south broad picture 3   south broad picture 4

January 29, 2008 at 16:45 hrs.

Station 15 along with Engine 16-1, Ladder 13 and Engine 19 were dispatched to 323 Lillian Ave. for a dwelling fire. Engine 15 was on another assignment when the box alarm came in for Lillian Ave. Engine 16-1 arrived on-scene and reported a 1-story dwelling with smoke showing from side A. Ladder 13 arrived moments later with Engine 15 not far behind taking the second due engine duties. Engine 16-1 and Engine 15 both stretched lines to the basement where the fire was involving two rooms. Ladder 13 performed ventilation and did a primary search. The first alarm and a extra FAST team was called which added Ladder 14, Engine 18, SS-15, Engine 15-2, and Engine 321 from Burlington County. Engine 15's crew with the help of Engine 16-1 aggressive interior attack knocked down the fire in ten minutes. Ladder 13 and Ladder 14 did a good job opening up and venting the building. Extensive overhaul had to be down to the house and crews were held for about 4 hours on-scene for salvage and fire investigation. Chief 15 had the "Lillian Ave." command. Five residents of the home were taken to the hospital with smoke inhalation.

Lillian Ave Fire 1   Lillian Ave Fire 2

Lillian Ave Fire 3   Lillian Ave Fire 4

December 5, 2007 at 14:51 hrs

Engine 15 was disptched along with Station 14, Ladder 13 and Engine 18 for a dwelling fire at 209 Park Lane. Chief 14-2 arrived first and reported a 3-story duplex with heavy fire showing with possible extension to the attached structure. Engine 15 arrived as the fourth due engine and stretched a line into the exposure and went to work checking for extension. Engine 15 knocked down the fire in the exposure and ventilated with the help of Ladder 21. A second alarm was needed to get the fire under control. Engine 15 operated on-scene for about 2 hours before returning in-service.

Park lane   Park Lane

Park Lane   Park Lane

October 19, 2007 at  02:37 hrs

Station 15 along with Ladder 13 and Rescue/Engine 12 were dispatched to Interstate 295 northbound at mile-marker 60.7 for a mva with entrapment. Engine 15 was the first to arrive and reported he had a car into the back of a tractor trailer with one heavily entrapped and in cardiac arrest. Engine 15 stretched a 1 3/4" line for protection and directed units into the scene. Ladder 13 arrived and went in service with the tools and Chief 15 arrived and took over command. Rescue/Engine 12 arrived and assisted Ladder 13 with the extrication. The extrication was complete in 15 minutes and the patient was turned over to EMS. Engine 15 and Ladder 13 stayed on-scene for about 2 hours to help the NJSP with lighting for their investigation. The patient did succumb to his injuries at the hospital a short time later. Chief 15 had the "295 Command".

295 Rescue   295 Rescue

295 Rescue   295 Rescue

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