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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
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Oct 0 0
Nov 0 0
Dec 0 0
Total 1043 2799

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Feb 74 283
Mar 87 294
Apr 90 320
May 94 308
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Jul 110 304
Aug 84 288
Sep 100 316
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Nov 99 290
Dec 83 329
Total 1087 3677

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Mar 84
Apr 89
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Oct 214
Nov 128
Dec 78
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  • October 13, 2014: Firefighters Visit Students For Fire Prevention Activities
  • October 7, 2014: Fire Prevention Week 2014: Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!
  • August 29, 2014: Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Friday
  • August 28, 2014: Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Thursday
  • August 27, 2014: Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Wednesday

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Cadet Cason got down with the kids to show them his protective clothing.
Cadet Cason got down with the kids to show them his protective clothing.

Firefighters Visit Students For Fire Prevention Activities

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., October 13

Willingboro Firefighters are spending many days in October at township schools and day-care centers conducting fire prevention activities. The firefighters are talking to the kids about fire safety and showing them what a firefighter looks like dressed up in his protective clothing. Engine 1613 is also at every event so that the kids can see the truck and its equipment.

Any school, day-care center, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Fire Prevention Week 2014: Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., October 07

When was the last time you tested the smoke alarms in your home? Was it last week? Last month? A year ago?

If you’re like many people, you may not even remember. Smoke alarms have become such a common feature of U.S. households that they’re often taken for granted, and aren’t tested and maintained as they should. In a fire, seconds count. Roughly half of home fire deaths result from fires reported ... (Full Story & Photos)

Chief of Department Burnett along with the academy instructors and cadets
Chief of Department Burnett along with the academy instructors and cadets

Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Friday

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., August 29

Friday, the cadets were put into action at the Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center in Westampton. The cadets were shown a live fire demonstration of academy instructors extinguishing a car fire. The academy staff then tested them on the skills they learned throughout the week. The cadets were put through a real life house fire simulation. The cadets had to advance a hose line to ... (Full Story & Photos)

Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Thursday

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., August 28

Thursday was field trip day for the cadets. The cadets and the academy staff visited the Fireman’s Hall Museum in Philadelphia. While at the museum, the cadets learned more about the history of the fire service. They saw some antique fire apparatus and antique hand tools used by firefighters generations ago.

The next stop on our field trip took them to the riverfront where they were met up with ... (Full Story & Photos)

Philadelphia Fireman's Hall Museum
Philadelphia Fireman's Hall Museum

Firefighter Fresco reviews some of the tools carried on the ladder truck
Firefighter Fresco reviews some of the tools carried on the ladder truck

Willingboro Fire Department Conducts Youth Fire Academy - Wednesday

Firefighter Mark Robertson Sr., August 27

On Wednesday the cadets were given instruction on some of the many tasks a truck (ladder) company would perform. The cadets learned how to carry and raise ground ladders, how to conduct primary searches for trapped victims, and were given instruction on the proper techniques to force entry into a building using hand tools called “the irons”. The department operates Ladder 1615

In the afternoon the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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