Willingboro Firefighters responded to a smoky fire in a building containing bathrooms at Broido Park. The department was called to the Twin Hills Park section of town at 3:50 pm on April 12th. A caller reported a building on fire in the area, but was unsure of the actual address. A follow up phone call confirmed that the address was at the park, which is on Twin Hills Drive.
Willingboro Firefighters teamed up with volunteers from the American Red Cross and other organizations to help install smoke detectors as a part of the "Home Fire Campaign". The program is sponsored by the American Red Cross in an effort to reduce the number of home fire-related injuries and fatalities in New Jersey. Through this program the American Red Cross and fire departments from throughout ... (Full Story & Photos)
The Willingboro Fire Department is spreading the word about a unique program which helps identify homes that have persons who are disabled or on oxygen. This program is overseen by the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety. Homes that have residents with limited or no ambulatory ability, or who use supplemental oxygen sources in their home, can apply for the program. Application into the program is ... (Full Story & Photos)
Members of the Willingboro Fire Department and the Hunter's Heroes Foundation
Willingboro Firefighters were on hand for the presentation of 25 fire service related books to the Willingboro Public Library. The books were donated to the library on the evening of Wednesday, March 23rd, courtesy of the Hunter's Heroes Foundation. The foundation was created in the memory of Lieutenant Christopher Hunter of the Cinnaminson Fire Department, who passed away suddenly in November of ... (Full Story & Photos)
Willingboro Firefighters assisted Westampton Firefighters at a serious motor vehicle accident on Rancocas Road on the afternoon of March 22nd. Westampton Chief 2700, Rescue Engine 2723, and Ambulance 2782 were dispatched at 2:10 pm for a two car accident near the Westampton Municipal Building. Engine 2723 arrived on scene and confirmed that people were trapped due to the accident. Willingboro Rescue ... (Full Story & Photos)
Firefighters Priest, Centrone, and Lieutenant Friddell (L to R) using hydraulic rescue tools