2 hours ago
Earlier this evening 70+ members of the Beaver Brook Regional Fire Alliance attended our monthly regional training. Tonight’s topic was building familiarization/ pre planing at a new recycling center that recently opened up in Barrington.
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3 hours ago
BFD members attended a New Vehicle Techniques for New Vehicle Technology program over the weekend at Caliber Collision in Runnemede. This training provided them the rare opportunity to maintain their proficiencies on newer model & hybrid vehicles. ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier today members of the local Fire-EMS-Police-and OEM just finished up participating in an multi agency Emergency Management Drill held at Bellmawr’s Regional Postal distribution Center today.
The training enhances our ability to keep our community safer than it was yesterday. Dedicated to public safety. ... See MoreSee Less
Members of the FD made sure the kids kept their cool at the Bell Oaks annual field day. This has been a tradition for past several years. ... See MoreSee Less
That was great
7 days ago
Proper training in disaster prepardness: What can you do for your family, friends, neighbors if a disaster happend? Would you know what to do? Could you make mistakes that do more harm than good? With the right training you are prepared to take care of yourself and help others in a time of need. Bellmawr Fire and Rescue is offering training in how you can help after a disaster. RSVP to this event http://bit.ly/training-camden ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
This single vehicle accident was one of the six calls that the FD responded to yesterday. ... See MoreSee Less
💚 HAPPY AJ GONZALES DAY! 💚
May 29th in Bellmawr is known as AJ Gonzales Day! AJ is one special kid with a rare disease known as FOP. Get to know AJ and his story and also learn about FOP by visiting the AJ’s Avengers page on Facebook! Don’t forget to “like” their page to keep up with updates on AJ. Enjoy your day buddy!!
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Please pay close attention to the news over the next several hours.Tornado Watch
A Tornado Watch has been posted for Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Mercer and Warren Counties until 10 PM tonight. We might see additional counties added to the list over the afternoon so please stay tuned to your local weather.
Tornado Watches are posted when conditions in and around the watch area are favorable for tornadic activity.
Severe thunderstorms with high winds may also produce hail and heavy rain.
Any local Tornado Warnings automatically will be disseminated by Emergency Alert System (EAS) messaging. Learn more https://www.ready.gov/alerts
Be Prepared! Identify A Safe Place In Your Home:
-Pick a safe place where family members can gather if a tornado is headed your way. It could be your basement or, if there is no basement, a center hallway, bathroom or closet on the lowest floor.
-Keep this place uncluttered. Make sure it is located away from windows. Know where heavy objects rest on the floor above (pianos, refrigerators, waterbeds, etc) and do not go under them - they may fall through a weakened floor.
-Be ready to shelter yourself under sturdy protection, such as a heavy table or workbench, or cover yourself with a mattress or sleeping bag.
-If you are in a high-rise building you may not have time to go to the lowest floor! Pick a place in a hallway in the center of the building.
-Manufactured homes are particularly vulnerable. A manufactured home can turn easily during a tornado, even if you have tied down the unit. When a tornado warning is issued, take shelter in a building with a strong foundation. If shelter is not available, lie in a ditch or low-lying area a safe distance away from the unit.
For more information visit http://ready.nj.gov/plan-prepare/tornadoes.shtml
Stay tuned to your local weather for updates!
For those living in Central and Southern New Jersey visit US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly http://www.weather.gov/phi/. For those living in Northern New Jersey and the New York Metro area visit US National Weather Service New York NY http://www.weather.gov/okx/.
Always be prepared! Visit ready.nj.gov today!
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Members of the FD and EMS are currently taking part in the Pre-k fun day activities. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you so much for today! The kids had a blast. 💖
In honor of National EMS Week the Officers and members would like to recognize the hard working, dedicated EMS staff that serves in the Bellmawr Fire Department’s Division of EMS. These professionals respond to over 3,200 emergency calls for help each year, on top of attending and taking part in numerous community events. Your good work does not go unnoticed and is greatly appreciated. Stay Safe. ... See MoreSee Less
We would like to take the time to thank the Learning Enrichment group from Triton Regional High School that visited the firehouse today. It was great interacting , seeing the smiles and eagerness the students have. We look forward to seeing you guys in the future. Keep up the positive attitudes. ... See MoreSee Less
That's Awesome.. Great work!!👍
Good work n wonderful job
Members spent a rainy Monday training at a vacant property. ... See MoreSee Less
Squad 32 made quick work of this vehicle fire on Harding Ave this afternoon. This was the 4th call of the day. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job !! Stay safe
The Bellmawr FD has kept busy over the last day, responding to 7 calls.
Started with a Building Fire, 2 MVAs, a Dwelling, A CO Alarm in a Industrial building with High Levels of CO detected that was traced to overcharging batteries, A MVA with an ejection resulting in serious injuries and just cleared up from a vehicle fire. Also managed to train at a local acquired structure.
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Bellmawr Fire Department updated their cover photo.
1 month ago
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Nice n shiny fire truck
Missed by many. ... See MoreSee Less
I remember when pop had him put his gear on and I took this picture❤❤❤
He is def missed
Stay away from Rt 42 N approaching I-295 and I-295 N approaching Rt 42. Emergency personnel are operating at several incidents in that area. Expect delays. ... See MoreSee Less
It's not to bad north bound42 from creekroad truck drop debris from 295 over pass
Wyatt Wagner I wouldn’t go to deptford Walmart
Mary Ann Beswick I have to go the back way
This morning several members of the Bellmawr Fire Department attended a regional Highway Incident Management Training/meeting that was held at the Mt Ephraim fire department. The regional training/meeting is held quarterly and brings all disciplines together to prepare and to manage incidents safely that occur on limited access highways. ... See MoreSee Less
That’s wonderful training
Always a great meeting. Knowing everyone BEFORE an incident is 1 less thing to worry about while on Scene!!!
Rescue-32 and BLS-318 handled this 4 vehicle MVA on Route 42 southbound in the area of Exit 14 this morning. Expect delays in the area. ... See MoreSee Less
This morning members took time to pre plan the Fed Ex building in our Industrial Park. The information that is gathered during a building familiarization will enhance our ability to safely mitigate any type of emergency/event that could arise at the location. Training never stops ... See MoreSee Less
That's wonderful for our fireman to protect us and learning something new all the time thank you all