Tabernacle Dwelling Fire

November 28th, 2009 At 13:59 hours Taskforce 4310, Stations 281, 172, 171, Q251 & RIT 191 were dispatched to 83 Hawkin Road for a reported dwelling fire. LT4304 arrived about a minute after dispatch to find a 1 1/2 story wood frame single family dwelling with fire from the garage and smoke throughout. LT4304 requested the "All Hands" bringing additional units to the scene including Station 251 & 371. Q4314(w/6) and E2811 arrived simultaneously and stretched two 1 3/4" hand lines and began to attack the fire. C1710 and DC4310 arrived and established command and CP43 out of C1710's vehicle. With the home located directly next-door to Station 439 members pulled the ambulances across the street into the fire station parking lot to prevent them from becoming blocked in as additional fire apparatus arrived. Members also opened up the station and established rehab and provided a place for the homeowners. At the 20 minute mark command reported the bulk of the fire was knocked down and crews were checking for extension. Shortly afterwards command held the assignment with TF43. Crews did a great job and were able to hold the fire to garage with some smoke damage to the home itself. The Red Cross was on hand and was providing shelter for the family.

 

Person in a Tree

November 22nd, 2009 At 10:31 hours Rescue 439 was dispatched to to assist Station 281 with a hunter who was in a tree stand 25 feet above the ground suffering from a dislocated hip. C4300, R4399 and Q4314 arrived 7 minutes after dispatch. C4300 conducted a quick size up and crews established patient contact via a 28 foot ladder. The patient was in a great deal of pain from having been in this predicament since 05:00 hours. Crews lashed a 35 foot ladder to the underside of the tree stand and rigged a lowering line via a Petzl ID and a directional pulley. Two additional ladders were placed allowing crew members 360 access to the patient. The 35' ladder was used as a ramp for a stokes basket. Medic 33 was requested by 4300 for pain management. The stokes was rigged in place and the patient moved to the stokes basket and then lowered down the 35' ladder beams. The patient was transferred to A2893 and transported to Virtua Marlton with M33. TF43 returned to service in 75 minutes. Units that responded :

R4399, A4394, C4300, Q4314, E2811, A2893, and Medic 33.

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Shamong Second Alarm

August 29th, 2009 At 05:04 hours Taskforce 2810, Stations 289, 371, 431, & RIT 252 were dispatched to 7 Shawnee Trail for a reported dwelling fire. C2800 arrived to find a 2 1/2 story wood frame single family dwelling with heavy fire from the garage and first floor. C2800 requested the "All Hands" bringing additional units to the scene including Rehab 439. R4399(w/4) responded and upon arrival was backed into the next door neighbor’s driveway. The crew went to work setting up the rehab chairs and other rehab equipment in the neighbor’s yard. The crew stood by and as firefighters came in there vitals were taken and they were monitored before being released to continue working. The rehab stood by for several hours before being released by command. While returning from the call the station was dispatched for a medical call and the crew from the Rehab responded back to the station and staffed the ambulance to handle the call.

 

Southampton Trench Rescue

August 27th, 2009 At 12:54 hours Stations 178,, 179, 172, 493, 431, Rescues 171, Rescue 439, and Medics were dispatched to 27 Chelsea Place for a rescue assignment. Chief 1720 marked up and was advised of a male who was in a 6 foot deep trench buried up to his knees and that time Cherry hill Rescue 3 was also dispatched per the technical rescue protocol. C1720 and E1723 arrived and advised they had one in a 6 foot deep trench. R4399(w/5) arrived to find the same and the crews immediately went to work setting up cribbing, ropes, and the trench rescue setup for the Paratech rescue struts into a staging area for the arrival of the technical rescue teams. While this was going on command requested additional resources from Evesham, Waterford, & Mercer County TF801. A4392 arrived during the initial stages of the incident and there crew went to work setting up Rehab on the front lawn of the neighbor’s lawn. Rescue 2218(Evesham) and Rescue 3(Cherry Hill) both arrived simultaneously and took over the rescue operations. After the arrival of the technical rescue teams all crews who were not certified in trench rescue operations were put into the manpower pool and used for various other functions on the scene. As the incident progressed both teams were later supplemented by Waterford Township Fire's Technical Team, as well as Mercer Counties Technical Rescue team and NJ Task Force 1 with Virtua Paramedics providing patient care. Most trench operations are labor, time and equipment intensive. This rescue proved to be just as intensive and the patient was finally freed at around 5:45pm, more than 5 hours after the original call to 911. This incident required a team effort by all of those involved and thanks to everyone’s efforts this situation had a positive outcome.

 

Crews Respond to Reported Drowning

August 17th, 2009 At 14:36 hours TF43 and Medic 33 where dispatched to Camp Inawendiwin for a reported drowning victim. C4390, A4392, U4393 all marked up immediately after dispatch. All units were notified by communications that it was reported to be a 7 year old who was down in the pool and now had been removed with a doctor on location performing CPR. C4390 and U4393 arrived to find the patient out the pool conscious and breathing. C4390 requested the helicopter to fly and directed MP4317 to setup a Landing zone on Fox Chase road in the field. A4392 arrived the patient was turned over to them for transport to the Landing zone. A4392 and medics transported the Patient to the Landing zone where the patient was turned over to the crew from Southstar for transport to a local trauma center. All units cleared the call at 14:55 hours.

Units that responded :

C4390, A4392, U4393, A4394, MP4317, E4311, Medic 33 & Medic 300

 

Rehab Special Called to Medford Lakes Severe Storms

July 31st, 2009 Just after 5 p.m., a quiet summer afternoon in Burlington County became quite busy as severe storms moved quickly though the area, bringing heavy rain, strong winds and lightning. As additional calls came in to the Burlington County 911 center and units reported multiple roads were blocked with downed trees and wires, the situation escalated and C2510 assumed incident command. C2510 reported damage was widespread in an approximate area of Medford Lakes Boro and boarding Medford Twp. As things continued to esclate R4399 was special called to Station 371 to setup a rehab area. R4399 (w/5) arrived and stood by until the arrival of the Red Cross and Cherry Hill Canteen 13-8. Multiple agencies responded to the Medford Lakes area to assist, including Fire, Ems, Police, Public Works, the American Red Cross and PSE&G. According to the National Weather Service the damage was caused by "straight-line winds," not a tornado. Straight-line winds are strong downbursts of air from a thunderstorm that often involve winds of 60 to 100 mph. This phenomenon sometimes is called a "microburst." Nothing on weather radar indicated a rotating storm, NWS officials said.

 

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2017
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  103
FEBRUARY  53 
MARCH  91 
APRIL  92 
MAY  88 
JUNE  84 
JULY  78 
AUGUST  87 
SEPTEMBER  89 
OCTOBER  88 
NOVEMBER   
DECEMBER   
YTD  853

 

2016
CALL STATISTICS
JANUARY  61
FEBRUARY  70 
MARCH  74 
APRIL  71 
MAY  78 
JUNE  74 
JULY  101 
AUGUST  73 
SEPTEMBER  71 
OCTOBER  99 
NOVEMBER  77 
DECEMBER  89 
YTD  938

 

 

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