A large brush fire behind the Rittenhouse Park section of town kept Willingboro and other local fire departments busy on the afternoon of Sunday, April 19th. Engine 1613 responded and was advised by police on location that the best access to the fire was from Sportsman's Field, which is located on Beverly-Rancocas Road. Engine 1613 arrived on the scene and found an approximately 10 yard x 15 yard ... (Full Story & Photos)
On the afternoon on April 4th, firefighters from Willingboro and surrounding towns were called to 34 Twig Lane for a reported house on fire with a person still inside. At 11:48 am Supervisor 1610 (Captain Ramsey) and Engine 1613 received the call for the house fire. They arrived on scene at 11:53 am and found a two story home with nothing showing. Lieutenant Clark and Firefighter E. O'Donnell proceeded ... (Full Story & Photos)
Many groups and vendors came together in Willingboro during March to help a young boy with cancer get his dream room. Five year-old John Marandola dreams of being a firefighter one day. In the fall of 2013, John and his family were at the Marlton Fall Festival and made instant friends with the members of the Evesham Fire Department. This friendship led to John, or "John John" as he's known as by ... (Full Story & Photos)
A plaque of the Fireman's Prayer which came out of a Willingboro firehouse.
Firefighters arrive to heavy fire on the side and rear of the home
Willingboro and neighboring fire departments were dispatched to a house fire in Pennypacker Park during the early morning hours of March 23rd. The units were dispatched at 4:55 am to the area of Pinafore Lane and Poplar Lane for a house fire. While enroute to the area, Engine 1613 and Supervisor 1610 (Captain Sitzenstock) were updated that police were on location at 38 Pinafore Lane reporting heavy ... (Full Story & Photos)
The department's A Platoon was dispatched to the Burger King on Route 130, Friday, March 13th for the report of a car on fire. The call came into firefighters at 8:29 pm, with several calls reporting the car to be on fire. Engines 1613 and 1611 arrived in five minutes, and Captain Sitzenstock confirmed a car with fire coming from the engine compartment.