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2318 is called to Logan Twp for double entrapment

Tuesday, August 18, 2015 09:00  Rescue 2318 was called to Rt. 322 in the area of Rt. 130 for a reported Commercial MVC with double entrapment. Upon arrival to the scene, the crew went into service supporting 2518 and 2118 with extricating a driver from each passenger vehicle. The driver of the commercial vehicle self extricated. All 3 patients were transported to Crozer-Chester Medical Center.

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2318 responds to NJTP for heavy entrapment

Friday, August 14, 2015 21:30  Rescue 2318 was called to the NJTP to support Station 25-1 with a commercial motor vehicle crash with entrapment. A pick up with one occupant was pinned beneath the rear of a tractor trailer heading north bound. Rescue 2318's crew supported the efforts of freeing the trapped driver. 2315 responded and handled the helicopter LZ assignment. Great job by all those on location to remove the patient in a timely matter. Station 25-1, 23-1, Salem County Station 2, Salem County BLS units, GCEMS, Inspira Paramedics, NJSP, Jeff Stat1 and Riehl's Towing Company.




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Fire District Supports delivery of WTC Artifact

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 17:00  The Harmony and Ewan Fire Companies supported the delivery of a World Trade Center Artifact brought to Harrison Twp from JFK Airport were it was kept in hanger 17. The  piece of steel which is approximately 6 feet in length and weighing close to 2,000 pounds will be a solemn reminder of all those lost on that tragic day in our history. Thank You to our Township Committee for their efforts in obtaining a piece of history to be displayed in Harrison Township for our residents and visitors to visit. A final location of the artifact will be decided in the future. Thank You to all those who attend the welcoming ceremony and supporting this special occasion.  

     



 

Day starts with a crash and ends with a second one!

Tuesday, August 4, 2015 06:00  Station 23-1 along with County BLS responded to 2 motor vehicle crashes. The first crash was a single vehicle crash into a utility pole with one minor injury. This crash was located at North Main Street and Wingate Road. 2318 stood by until the vehicle was removed from the roadway.


The second crash was a three vehicle crash located at North Main Street and Wolfert Station Road approximately 14 hours later. County BLS transported one minor injury from this crash as well. Rescue 2318 and 2313 provided lighting at the scene and traffic control. The station went available at 2200 hours.

     



 

MVC traps 2 on Swedesboro Road

Thursday, May 21, 2015 19:40 District 23 along with County BLS and Life Support 4 responded to Swedesboro Road in the area of number 125 for a 3 vehicle crash. Upon arrival of 83-35, entrapment was confirmed. 23-18 responded and removed the passenger's door from one vehicle and a driver's door from the second vehicle. 23-28 arrived and supported 18 with the second door removal. Both trapped occupants were transported to local trauma centers for their unknown injuries. A third vehicle was also involved and that driver was taken to Inspira Medical Center in Woodbury. The District went available at 20:40 hours.

     



 

Building Fire reported at Future Fitness

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 20:45  District 23 along with mutual aid companies were dispatched to Future Fitness on Bridgeton Pike for a report of a building fire. Chief 23-101 arrived and reported an electrical issue in the facility and that a fire extinguisher had been discharged to extinguish the fire. Ladder 2316 arrived and their crew confirmed the fire was out and their was no extension. The assignment was recalled with the exception of District 23 and the incident was turned over to the HT Fire Official for further investigation. Units all returned without any further incident.

   


 

Vehicle Fire in Richwood

Tuesday, May 5, 2015 11:30  District 23 was dispatched to Mullica Hill Road and Lambs Road for a reported pick up truck on fire. Upon arrival of 2313, the engine crew confirmed a older model pick up fully involved. 2313 & 2321 extinguished the fire and turned the roadway back over to HTPD after helping the tow and recovery company with the removal of the vehicle from the travel lane. All units returned without incident. 

     



 

Harmony brings cheer to a 10 year old

Monday, March 23, 2015   Today we had the pleasure of bringing a smile to someone who needed it. Riley Carty of Westville, a 10-year-old who suffers from uncontrollable epilepsy. Carty will undergo surgery Monday morning and wanted Police, Fire and EMS t-shirts to wear while he recovers. So a few members headed north to Westville with Engine 2313 and paid a visit to deliver some cheer. Great Job!!!

     



 

Fire District Election

Sunday, February 22, 2015  The Fire District would like to thank the residents for coming out on Saturday Feb 21st in the inclement weather and voting for the candidates and our fire budget. The budget was passed by 190 yes votes to 90 no votes for the 2015 fiscal year.


Peter Sarkos - 172 votes

Lawrence Moore - 166 votes

Mike Koestler - 124 votes

Walter Bright - 123 votes


We thank You for your support!

   


 

322 over the Mullica Hill Pond

Sunday, December 21, 2014   The bridge project over the Mullica Hill Pond is now complete. The road has been re-opened for normal traffic. This also includes Mill Road which has been re-surfaced. Please drive safely and have a Merry Christmas!


   


 
 
 

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