Willingboro firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire in the bedroom of a home at 29 Hornblende Lane on the afternoon of August 28th. At 12:53 pm firefighters from Willingboro, Westampton, Mount Laurel, Burlington Township, and Burlington City were called to the home for a reported fire in the bedroom. Engine 1613 was on scene in four minutes and found nothing showing from the exterior ... (Full Story & Photos)
Willingboro Firefighters were called to assist at a large warehouse fire on Elbow Lane in Burlington Township on the afternoon of August 27th. Rescue Engine 1613 was called at 2:51 pm to act as a Rapid Intervention Crew (RIC) for the incident. A RIC is a specially trained crew of firefighters who are called to large fires. Their purpose is to be a rescue team should any firefighter become lost, ... (Full Story & Photos)
Heaving smoke coming from the rear of the building.
Retired New York City Fire Department Lieutenant Tom Prin speaks to the audience
Members of Willingboro's Fire, Emergency Medical, and Police departments attended the annual September 11th "Prayer Service of Remembrance and Peace" at Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County on Sunset Road. The ceremony is held annually to remember those civilians and first responders who were lost on that day 14 years ago, and for the survivors, emergency response, and military personnel who ... (Full Story & Photos)
At 7:51 pm on the evening of August 10th, Willingboro Firefighters were dispatched to a home on Midfield Lane for a reported fire in the laundry room. The crew of Engine 1613 was already assisting with a significant fire in Delanco Township. Units from Delran, Westampton, and Moorestown were immediately dispatched to the incident on Midfield Lane. Chief of Department Burnett arrived on scene and ... (Full Story & Photos)
Westampton Ladder 2725 setting up in front of the home.
(Photo Courtesy of Westampton Township Emergency Services)