6 days ago
Our Jr Firemen continue to make great strides. Taking the time to ensure our future. Dedicated to our community. ... See MoreSee Less
Another tribute to the dedication of the senior members nurturing the youth
Keep up the good work
It is great to see you teaching them when most won't, because they are afraid of liability. If you teach them correctly and have a safe training program you won't be worried about liability.
Members spent several hours last night on Fire Ground Survival Training.
Members reviewed upper floor window bailout techniques and completed SCBA Confidence Skills through a simulated maze overcoming numerous obstacles encountered. ... See MoreSee Less
What happens if you have no leg can they get to you
Thanks to all of you for your hard work and dedication.
Wow!! Thank you for your bravery!
Rescue-32, BLS-318, ALS-43 and 301 are just clearing up from this single commercial vehicle that struck a utility pole and tree causing it to overturn in the 200 block of Benigno Blvd. Crews stabilized the vehicle and used hydraulics to disentangle the trapped , unconscious driver. Avoid the area as crews work to replace the utility pole. ... See MoreSee Less
Always there when needed.......
Be safe out there
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Thank you to the EMS crew for taking such great care of my parents.
Wow great job done by all
Stay safe guys 😊
Rescue-32, E-21,E-91 BLS-318 and Medic 43 handled a single vehicle mva that left the roadway resulting in the driver being trapped. Crews stabilized the vehicle and used hydraulics to disentangle the patient. ... See MoreSee Less
Bellmawr Fire Department’s annual fund drive mailers are out. Please help us, help you. This is the only mailer we do. Thank you in advance ... See MoreSee Less
Battalion 303, Squad-32 operated at the Post Office overnight with a truck fire and then Squad-32,Rescue-32 and Battalion 303 responded to all hands fire in Haddon Heights. ... See MoreSee Less
What happened to the rescue truck from the 60s to maybe 80s. Is it still around
Thank you guys. Our finest at work.
Utility 32 responded to a report of a broken pipe in a residence. Members are currently assisting the resident by securing the leak and pumping the 2 feet of water out of the basement in order to minimize the damage to the property. ... See MoreSee Less
Today Members took part in our annual 2nd day of physicals and mandatory training requirements as required by State and National standards.
Mayor Sauter, Councilman D’Angelo, and Councilman/Director of Public Safety Haggerty stopped by to observe the time and effort that our dedicated men and women go through to maintain their certifications. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys
Well done, gang, stay safe.
3 weeks ago
Today over 40 Members took part in our annual physicals and mandatory training requirements as required by State and National standards.
At the end of the day Engine-32 and Rescue-32 both responded to and operated at a garage fire in MT Ephraim.
Tonight SD-32 will be staffed 6pm to 6am covering Haddon Heights FD while they attend their annual dinner. ... See MoreSee Less
Any chance we can borrow the sledge hammer prop for our SCBA confidence course?
Great work today and thank you again for helping us out tonight!
Great job done by all
Members spent the last few mornings training and getting familiar with a section of new roadway that will be opening soon. ... See MoreSee Less
What’s the traffics lights for? This road goes on to route 295 north...
Rescue-32 and SD-51 are just getting back from a single vehicle accident on RT 76 NB just after 295. The vehicle went off the roadway and crashed into construction equipment. Crews utilized struts and cribbing to stabilize the vehicle so the injured occupant could be safely removed. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night 60+ members of the Beaver Brook Regional Fire Alliance attended their monthly training. Response and operational procedures were presented and then a Confined space awareness program was presented.
Dedicated to improving our services that we provide to our communities. ... See MoreSee Less
Brooklawn FD along with Battalion 303,307 BLS 318 Swift Water 3 and High Water 4 just got back from removing occupants that drove into over 3 1/2 feet of flood waters along Big Timber Creek.
Incidents like these pose numerous dangers such as : tidal moving water, unforeseen manhole covers that often become dislodged, extreme water temperatures just to name a few.
Bellmawr’s Office Of Emergency Management’s High Water Vehicle was obtained through a Government Surplus Grant and outfitted by our Volunteers and Public Works Department.
Having the right equipment and training enables us to accomplish incidents like this in the safest and quickest way. ... See MoreSee Less
Way back in the day (a very dry day)
How about a 8ft metal ruler placed in the center of the circle.
I feel bad for the responders who have better things to do than “rescue “ someone from their own idiocy.
Why would you even try with that car
This is shocking. That area never floods. How would anyone ever know to stay away from there when it looks like it could be flooded!? 🙄🙄🙄
Honestly how much would it be to install proper drainage? These circles have been flooding for years and y’all buy a truck for it.
Nope I guess they didn't like their cat. Or wanted to get out of the payments. Lol
Remember the Dodge commercial where George Washington was driving a Challenger across a battlefield? This was the attempted re-enactment of him crossing the Delaware.
Cmon only jeeps can play there!
Why is it people wont run through a burning fire in order to save their lives. BUT, will drive through a GIANT puddle that they dont know how deep it is with their car. And their insurance wont cover stupidty.
Great work by all Departments
This happened yesterday / today ??
Seriously? Everyone knows this area floods, and yet there is always some ding bat who thinks their car is a boat.
This post just made my day, that’s an awesome job prepared for anything, love the high water vehicle keep up the great work
Do people not know by now, you don’t drive through THAT circle, if you even see a drop of rain, let alone 3 feet of water? Lol
Why would you even try in that car?
Those firemen were so psyched to use the big truck! When else could they use that thing ?! 😅
...let the claims begin. "I didn't think the water was that deep" and "I thought I could make it through"...
Who in their right mind would drive into that......insurance job!
Should have left their ass there since they felt the need to drive thru it! Wow! 🤷♀️
Why do people even attempt this, endangering ur life as well as responders....
Somebody didn’t want to pay for their car anymore
That's one way to get out of a payment you cant afford.
707hp ain’t gettin you through that lol
Didn’t they pay a shit load of money to fix so it doesn’t flood ? There goes millions wasted lol
FF Ed Brown spent his Saturday morning working with several of the Department’s explorers. Investing in our youth is important as they are the future. Dedicated to our community 24/7 365 ... See MoreSee Less
It’s great Firefighters who spend their time teaching. Thanks for making the time with these great kids.
Keep up the great work
Tonight members spent the evening refreshing their CPR/AED skills along with ensuring they are familiar with the equipment carried on the BLS units. Dedicated to being ready when needed/ every second counts. ... See MoreSee Less
The EMS crew on 12/8/2016 ,THANK YOU for saving my life not one day goes by praying for you.
Thank you all for always being there when you're needed most. <3 Took great care of my dad twice this weekend. I knew he was in great hands.
Hard work but do a great job thank you all
Happening now. Rescue 32 BLS 4 and Medic 43 are on location Route 295 Southbound with and overturned Tractor and trailer. ... See MoreSee Less
Praying the driver is ok. Be safe out there first responders
Be safe please
How'd he end up facing completely the opposite direction, and why was it still there at 6:30pm?
Couldn’t be the tire that did not match wake up drivers or go back to wherever you came from if you’re going to drive a truck make sure I can handle the load
Why don’t they drive slower
Rescue 32, BLS 318 and Battalion 303 just cleared up from a 3 Vehicle mva on Route 42 southbound mm 13.2. As usual Expect delays in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
They need to get that construction done. So many accidents and lives lost since it started. Ridiculous! There's gotta be a better way..
It seems like a lot more accidents since the construction
I thought I saw a state trooper in the back of this accident with the front of his cruiser all smashed in, is that what I saw?
Hope all is ok
Hope no one was hurt.