Willingboro firefighters were able to quickly extinguish a fire in the utility room of a Millbrook Park home, therefore keeping damage to a minimum. The fire was reported at 11:23 am on December 5th at 22 Magnet Lane. The fire was reported to be in the utility room of the home, near the front door. Chief of Department Burnett arrived quickly and found a light smoke condition coming from the front ... (Full Story & Photos)
A tractor trailer making a delivery to the Country Club Plaza brought down several power lines, poles, and transformers on the morning of December 8th. Willingboro Firefighters were notified about the accident at 10:07 am. Engine 1613 arrived on scene at 10:15 and found the truck with a utility pole leaning against it in the rear of the shopping center.
The Willingboro Fire Department has become an official drop-off point for the United States Marines "Toys For Tots" program. You can drop off any unopened and unwrapped toy at the firehouse located at Charleston Road and JFK Way. Toys can be dropped off between the hours of 8am - 9pm.
In 1995, the Secretary of Defense approved Toys for Tots as an official activity of the U. S. Marine Corps and ... (Full Story & Photos)
In the early evening hours of November 23rd the department responded to the area of 53 Glover Lane for a reported car on fire. The alarm was received by firefighters at 5:48 pm. Engine 1613 responded to the fire and was advised by police that the car was heavily involved in fire. The engine arrived in five minutes and found a car in the street with a fire in the engine compartment.
Willingboro Firefighters were apart of a four-alarm response to a fire at the Columbus Farmers Market in Springfield on November 18th. Ladder 1615 was called on the third alarm due to heavy fire in one section of the building and the fear of the fire spreading to other sections of the market. The unit was called to the incident at 2:38 pm. Upon arrival the crew was advised to set up the apparatus ... (Full Story & Photos)