1 week ago
Rescue-32 & Squad-32 handled this MVA on Rt 42. ... See MoreSee Less
Warning video is graphic
State Trooper stuck by a vehicle on I-95
CBS 12 News
EXCLUSIVE VIDEO - A heroic state trooper is struck by an out of control vehicle after he appears to push a man to safety on i-95 near Hobe Sound.
WARNING: viewer discretion is advised.
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And saved the other man while he took the brunt of the force! True service man!
Ugh, I hope he will be ok!
The parade is a go!!! Merry Christmas ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for having us
Mike Rullo Donna Rullo
Rescue 32, Squad 32 & Battalion 303 along with Gloucester City Squad 51/Battalion 504 & Camden Rescue 1/Battalion 1 operated on Route 76 with an extrication of a trapped occupant involved in a multiple vehicle accident. ... See MoreSee Less
Squad 32 and Engine 733 handled this vehicle fire yesterday on Route 295. No injuries reported. ... See MoreSee Less
Members answered the call from a resident that asked for help installing smoke detectors. Dedicated to making the community safer. ... See MoreSee Less
The Bellmawr FD & OEM were tasked with removing several stranded motorists from their vehicles yesterday as they became disabled in rising flood waters along Creek Road.
The water levels were 3 feet in some sections as this kind of flooding creates some unique hazards with crews operating alongside the moving tidal waters of the Big Timber Creek. Another concern during these types of events is normally several manhole covers & storms grates become dislodged below the water and pose a great life safety concern for anyone in or near the unseen openings.
With the help and continued support of Mayor and Council our dedicated members are properly trained and equipped to handle such emergencies that exist within our town. ... See MoreSee Less
People need to use common sense and not drive thru it.. Good job guys!
Turn around, don’t drown. Water is deeper than it looks.
Enough with the freaking Rain!!!
Please, if people would just not attempt this, it would make their jobs a little easier. Thank you for helping everyone!
Kelly Smith This was the flooding I was talking about yesterday!
Will never understand why people still try to drive through these areas when we have a lot of rain. Im sure more then 1/2 of the people who get stuck are aware that these areas flood constantly.
this is horrible the way it happens when it rains, it needs to be re-directed or fixed, so dangerous, great job rescuing those people, glad everyone is ok
THANK YOU! #HEROS 🙏
Jason Michael Rich Lanzetti
Be Safe people
Bellmawr Fire Department shared a post.
3 weeks ago
Rescue-32, Ladder-32 and Battalion-303 all responded and operated at this incident. Just one of the three calls we had overnight.
www.facebook.com/148288605204590/posts/2196491167050980/Around 2:40 this morning, Task Force 81 was dispatched to the area of N. Grove Ave and Simpson Ave for a reported dwelling fire. Upon signing on radio, Chief 801 was advised that police were on location with heavy smoke showing from the dwelling. 801 arrived and confirmed the report, and requested the working fire box be dispatched. He also advised the Gloucester County Communications Center that a total of five people may be trapped inside. Engine Company 812 (National Park) arrived quickly and established their own water supply and stretched a 1-3/4 hand line to begin an interior attack. Ladder 736 and Quint 51 (Gloucester City) arrived a few minutes after and began to ventilate the dwelling, as well as place ground ladders to the roof. Due to quickly deteriorating conditions, crews were evacuated off the roof and from the inside of the dwelling and went into a defensive operation with Multiple hose lines to bring the fire under control. Thankfully, the report of people trapped was not true and nobody was home at the residence at the time of the fire. No firefighter injuries were reported. The fire is being investigated by the Gloucester County Fire Marshals office. Thank you to all our other mutual aid companies that were also on scene, including Bellmawr, Verga, and Colonial Manor. ... See MoreSee Less
We want to thank the thoughtful Resident from our community that took the time and effort to think about our members durning this busy holiday season. It is very much appreciated. THANK YOU ... See MoreSee Less
Bellmawr Fire Department hide them from Rodney 💙
Rescue 32 was part of an Emergency Preparedness Drill hosted by the Westville Fire Department today along with Gloucester County Haz-Mat, several Mutual Aid Fire and EMS resources Police and OEM.
Response, Communication and Coordination along with several skill sets were tested. Great job by all. ... See MoreSee Less
Happening now 60+ members of the Beaver Brook Regional Fire Alliance are attending their monthly regional training. Tonight’s topic is Ladder Company Techniques .
Dedicated to improving our services that we provide to our communities. ... See MoreSee Less
Our volunteers have been busy responding to four calls within the last few hours. 1st was a vehicle leaking fluids on Kingston Ave , 2nd was for malfunctioning oil burner on Carter Ave 3rd was assisting EMS at Hyde Park Apts with a cardiac arrest and the 4th was an fire alarm from overcooking at Hyde Parks Apts. Dedicated 24/7 365. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you gentlemen , stay safe .
Thank you, and all are Safe .🚒💕
Thank you all for your dedication
Thank you for your hard work it's a shame that Bellmawr Park isn't open any more .🔕
Thank you for your service
They are the best !!
Look at that beautiful truck 💙
Thank you for all you do to keep the residents of Bellmawr safe!!
Be safe & thank you!
Thank you for your hard work
Always a great job well done
Thank you for your service to our community
Keep up the GOOD work. All of you are appreciated more than you know.
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Road conditions are slippery with poor visibility especially on the highways. Please use extreme caution and slow down as the emergency services have very busy and rush hour is shaping up to be even worse. ... See MoreSee Less
Last night our members spent time training on locating and rescuing downed firefighters. Concentrating on search tactics under adverse conditions, thermal imaging camera use and patient removal with use of our FAST boards. Dedicated to our community. ... See MoreSee Less
Several residents and businesses have used this and have seen a cost savings. It’s worth looking into.
The letter is available on the Borough web page under the FD link under documents and forms. ... See MoreSee Less
Bellmawr Fire Department shared a post.
1 month ago
New Jersey State Police
Troopers Rescue Unconscious Man from Burning Car
On Sunday, November 4, Troopers Thomas O’Connor and Christopher Warwick pulled an unconscious man from a burning car moments before it became fully engulfed in flames on State Highway 42 in Gloucester Township, Camden County.
At approximately 11:23 p.m., the troopers responded to a call for a car in the grass median that was possibly involved in a crash.
When troopers arrived, they observed a Ford Fusion against the metal guardrail with smoke coming from the front wheel well. The driver of the Ford was unconscious and his foot was pressed on the accelerator.
Moments after their arrival, the front end of the vehicle became engulfed in flames. The troopers worked relentlessly to free the entrapped driver from the car as the fire began to spread to the passenger compartment.
Within seconds of the car becoming fully engulfed in flames, Trooper O’Connor and Trooper Warwick were able to pull the man out of the driver side window and drag him to safety.
Once out of the car, the driver regained consciousness and did not sustain any injuries in the crash. After an evaluation by EMS, the driver declined any further medical attention.
The quick and decisive actions of Trooper O’Connor and Trooper Warwick undoubtedly prevented a tragedy.
Now, take a look at the rescue! ... See MoreSee Less
God Bless our men in blue! <3
Gotta love those men in blue
Thank you for your great suscess
Please help keep us safe!! ... See MoreSee Less
Just another money grab.