Harmony Fire Company
 

Tender 2323

2014 KME, Freightliner cab, 3,000 gallons of water, 1500 GPM pump



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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!


   


 

Santa Claus is coming to town!

Saturday, December 20, 2014 0900 hours  The members of the Harmony Fire Company will be escorting the big man himself, Santa Claus around town on Saturday December 20th from 9 am until dusk. Listen for the sirens and Christmas Music because Santa will be passing through the neighborhoods to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!  

   


 

Smoke Investigation and 3 crashs in 90 minutes

Friday, December 19, 2014 1659  District 23 was dispatched at 1659 hours for an investigation of smoke in the Ewan section of the township. 2324 responded and handled the assignment. At 1701, the District was re-toned for a commercial motor vehicle crash at Union Road and Swedesboro Road for a collision involving 2 tractor trailers. This required 2 BLS units and 2313 handled the assignment along with 23103. One driver of the crash was transported to a local medical facility for unknown injuries. At 1801 hours, Station 23-1 was dispatched to Woodland Avenue and Orchard Drive for a crash involving 4 passenger vehicles. This crash required 3 BLS units and rescue 2318 handled the assignment for debris on the roadway. At 1824 hours, Station 23-1 was dispatched for a crash on North Main Street in the area of Naples Restaurant. This required 1 BLS and engine 2313 handled the assignment performing traffic control and stood by until the vehicles were removed from the roadway. All units went available at 1900 hours.

   


 

Passing of Sgt. Malinoski - 1605

Friday, November 7, 2014   It is with great sadness that the Officers and Members of the Harrison Township Fire District announce the passing of retired Sergeant Richard W. Malinoski (1605). Richie proudly served the residents of Harrison Township from 1986 to 2013. We extend our condolences to the Malinoski family and to the members of the Harrison Township Police Department.  RIP Commander.   

     



 

All Hands Working in Richwood

Thursday, October 16, 2014 1810

On Thursday October 16th, the District was dispatched to 612 Mullica Hill Road for a dwelling fire. Chief Bartholomew arrived and reported heavy fire in Division C of the vacant single story structure. The second alarm was struck and mutual aid from Pitman, Aura and Harrisonville responded. Engine 2324 quickly arrived and set up in the rear of the building and attacked the fire with a handline. Harrison Township PD closed Mullica HIll Rd between Barnsboro & Lambs Rds allowing crews to safely operate on the road. Crews made quick progress and the blaze was brought under control in a timely fashion. The fire is under investigation by GCPO & GCFM. Many thanks to our mutual aid companies.



     



 

All Hands Dwelling in East Greenwich for Harmony

Wednesday, October 15, 2014   At 1909 hours Station 23-1 was dispatched to 130 Friendship Rd in East Greenwich Twp for a reported Dwelling Fire.  PD and BLS unit arrived shortly after dispatch and reported smoke showing.  1901(Chief Wiest) arrived confirmed a 2 story SFD with fire on the C/D side of the dwelling and struck the All Hands.  Engine 2313 responded with a staffing of 6 under the command of Deputy Danner.  Their orders were to arrive and act as the RIC until the RIC unit (6-3) arrived.  Rescue 23-18 responded with 5 under the command of Chief Cardile and was ordered to the 1st floor to check for extension.  Due to the floor conditions on the first floor the crew from the rescue along with crews from 25 (Woolwich) and 18 (Logan)  performed salvage and overhaul on the 2nd floor.  Good work by all!!!

   


 

2 Great Public Events this Weekend for District 23

Saturday, October 11, 2014  Two Great Public Events this past weekend that the members and officers of Harmony and Ewan Fire Companies had the privilege to participate in.  On Saturday we welcomed home PFC Eric Bakey form his tour in Afghanistan.  Later in the day Harmony members went to Walter Wilt Soccer Complex for the Topps Soccer Tournament.  We spent the afternoon showing kids with special needs the apparatus and how to dress like a fireman! 

Great Job by All !!



     



 

Fire Prevention Week

Friday, October 10, 2014  During National Fire Prevention Week, October 5 - 11, 2014 attention is focused on promoting fire safety and prevention; however we should practice fire safety all year long. Many potential fire hazards go undetected because people simply do not take steps to fireproof their home. Residents are reminded that good housekeeping along with continued maintenance of household appliances reduces the chance of suffering a fire loss. Also remember to check your home smoke detectors regularly to ensure proper function.

   


 

Fire Prevention

Friday, October 10, 2014  Over the last week or so, the members of the Harrison Township Fire District, have been providing fire prevention displays and assemblies for all of the local schools and daycares, in Harrison Township. The members have been preaching the importance of good working smoke detectors, along with a good Exit Plan in the Home. All the students have enjoyed seeing the fire trucks, and the equipment the firefighters wear and use on a daily basics.

     



 

Mullica West Dwelling Fire

Wednesday, October 1, 2014  District 23, Ladder 25, Engine 19, RIC 12 was dispatched to Mullica West Apartments for a reported Dwelling Fire. Report given by the Communication Center was smoke detectors sounding for 10 minutes and neighbors smell something burning. On arrival of 23103 (Powell) he confirmed that report and no resident home. Just as 23-13 crew was going to force the door the resident arrived home and unlocked the door. Upon investigation the crew found the cause to be careless cooking, french fires left tin the oven. Crews secured the oven and removed the burnt fries. Crews also placed a smoke ejector in service. Assignment was held to District 23 and remained on location for 20 minutes.

     



 
 
 

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