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2018 Incidents
FIRE EMS
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May
Jun
Jul
Aug
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Total 0 0

2017 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 106 331
Feb 89 295
Mar 146 379
Apr 88 331
May 98 353
Jun 118 361
Jul 76 320
Aug 112 340
Sep 72 319
Oct 109 266
Nov 95 329
Dec 107 319
Total 1216 3943

2016 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 114 331
Feb 107 343
Mar 134 359
Apr 96 330
May 95 334
Jun 109 358
Jul 100 342
Aug 124 318
Sep 102 335
Oct 110 318
Nov 114 348
Dec 110 386
Total 1315 4102

2015 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 128 321
Feb 111 332
Mar 87 330
Apr 99 326
May 85 311
Jun 104 330
Jul 121 311
Aug 96 310
Sep 91 338
Oct 126 348
Nov 125 325
Dec 104 327
Total 1277 3909

2014 Incidents
FIRE EMS
Jan 131 358
Feb 157 300
Mar 111 278
Apr 110 321
May 113 310
Jun 98 303
Jul 120 296
Aug 88 313
Sep 115 320
Oct 102 332
Nov 138 316
Dec 93 305
Total 1376 3752


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  • January 5, 2018: Wind Chill Advisory Has Been Posted For Our Area - EXTENDED
  • January 5, 2018: Help Your Fire Department - Don't Forget To Shovel Out Your Hydrant
  • December 27, 2017: Protect Your Home From Water Damage - Tips To Prevent Frozen Water Pipes
  • December 21, 2017: Make Sure Your Christmas Tree Is Fire Safe
  • December 21, 2017: Help Keep Your Home Fire Safe With These Holiday Safety Tips

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WILLINGBORO FIRE DEPARTMENT

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Wind Chill Advisory Has Been Posted For Our Area - EXTENDED

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., January 05

The National Weather Service Has Issued a Wind Chill Advisory until 10 am Sunday, January 7th. Here is the advisory information:

WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 10 AM EST
SUNDAY...

* WHAT...Very cold wind chills expected. The cold wind chills
will cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes to exposed
skin. Expect wind chills to range from 0 to 15 below zero.

* WHERE...Portions ... (Full Story & Photos)

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A snow covered fire hydrant can delay firefighters.
A snow covered fire hydrant can delay firefighters.

Help Your Fire Department - Don't Forget To Shovel Out Your Hydrant

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., January 05

Now that the snowfall as stopped and the dig out continues, Willingboro Firefighters are asking everyone to take an extra moment to dig out any fire hydrants near their home. Hydrants not only get covered by falling snow, but with snow from plows, and the shoveling of sidewalks. If firefighters have to clear snow and ice from around a hydrant in the event of a fire, it could cost valuable time getting ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Protect Your Home From Water Damage - Tips To Prevent Frozen Water Pipes

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., December 27

Each year Willingboro Firefighters see an increase in the number of incidents involving broken water pipes during the cold weather months. Most of these incidents take place from mid-January through mid-March, when temperatures are consistently at their coldest. When the water in the pipes freezes, it can cause the pipe to expand or crack, which can cause a hole to form in the pipe. Once the temperatures ... (Full Story & Photos)

Help prevent broken water pipes in your home.
Help prevent broken water pipes in your home.

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Christmas Tree Safety Tips
Christmas Tree Safety Tips

Make Sure Your Christmas Tree Is Fire Safe

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., December 21

Between 2010-2014, U.S. fire departments responded to an average of 210 home fires that started with Christmas trees per year. These fires caused an average of 6 deaths, 16 injuries, and $16.2 million in direct property damage annually.

Overall, Christmas tree fires fell a total of 80% from a high of 850 in 1980 to 170 in 2014, the lowest point in the available estimates.

On average, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Help Keep Your Home Fire Safe With These Holiday Safety Tips

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., December 21

December is a month that is reserved for fun times with family and friends, but can also be filled with sadness and tragedy due to fires caused by holiday decorations. On average there are 210 Christmas tree fires and 860 fires caused by holiday and other decorative lighting from 2009-2013. A little preventative maintenance and inspection can help cut down on these fires.

Listed below are several ... (Full Story & Photos)

Make sure your Christmas Trees are watered everyday.
Make sure your Christmas Trees are watered everyday.

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