On October 8 2014, Lieutenant (Lt.) Jamie Clark and Firefighter Mike Centrone participated in the Gloucester County Autism Walk which was held in West Deptford NJ. The walk benefited the Gloucester County Special Services School District, and it’s after school programs for the Bank Bridge Development Center Autism School. Lt. Clark’s son has attended this school for the past 2 years. Lt. Clark ... (Full Story & Photos)
The officers and personnel of the Willingboro Fire and EMS Departments opened their doors for an informational meeting regarding the proposed new Emergency Services Building. The meeting was held on Tuesday, October 28th at the current Emergency Services Building at Charleston Road and JFK Way. The township's emergency services was represented by Chief of Department Anthony Burnett, all of the fire ... (Full Story & Photos)
Residents, department officers, and department personnel listen to the presentation
Three residents were able to escape a house that was completely destroyed by fire at 72 Ember Lane. The department was notified of the fire at 3:25 am on October 18th. The Burlington County 911 Center received numerous calls of a house with fire through the roof. Engine 1613 and Ladder 1615 were on scene in seven minutes and Captain Sitzenstock confirmed a two-story home with fire coming through ... (Full Story & Photos)
The upcoming end of Daylight Savings Time on November 2nd is an opportune time to check and maintain your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. The checking and maintaining of these units takes just a few minutes. These few minutes can mean the difference between life and death for you and your family.
Working smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are an intricate part of home fire safety. These units ... (Full Story & Photos)
With Halloween upon us, the Willingboro Fire Department is passing on some tips to help make this an enjoyable night, especially for our trick-or-treaters. With over 40 Million kids hitting the streets for some Halloween fun, the safety of these kids is paramount. Parents and motorists should take a few extra minutes tonight to help insure the safety of the kids.