Rescue 84 respondes for a motor vehicle crash.

Sunday afternoon Blackwood Fire Company, Gloucester Township Ems, Virtua Medics and the Gloucester Township Police were dispatched to the 200 block of Erial Blenheim Road for a motor vehicle crash with injuries. EMS arrived to report an overturned vehicle into the woods with no entrapment next to Blackwood Elementary School. 8401 (Chief Cipriano) and Quint 83 who were just clearing from another assignment arrived and confirmed the report by ems. Units cleared up at about 20 the minutes mark.  

Busy Saturday for Blackwood Fire Company

Starting with a early morning storm that came through Camden County at around 630 in the morning, the members of Blackwood Fire Company answered 7 calls for service for multiple trees down along Lakefront and Central Avenues. These trees brought down multiple power lines in the area. Much to the dismay of the residents of the area the power remained out for several hours while the electric company worked with the Gloucester Township Public Works department to clear the roadway of the trees. During this time the Blackwood Fire Company was also dispatched to a reported apartment fire in Autumn Ridge. 8401 (Chief Cipriano) arrived assumed command reporting a light haze in the apartment, crews found a burnt up electric motor in the heater room and returned to service soon after.  We ended the night with two more calls for service while a duty crew was in house.

Blackwood Fire Company's newest members

This past Sunday marked the end of recruit training for two of Blackwood Fire Company's newest members. Probationary Firefighter Jen Raskin and Probationary Firefighter Kevin McKendry completed over 190 hours of Firefighter 1 training provided by the Camden County Emergency Regional Training Center located in Lakeland. Both members spent every other weekend learning various skills that they will put to use very soon. Congratulations and good luck!

Blackwood Extinguishes Dumpster Fire During Busy Memorial Day Afternoon

After clearing up from an incident at the Gloucester Premium Outlets on Monday afternoon, Station 84 was dispatched for a dumpster fire in Tory Estates. During the response, Engine 842 with Captain Dunlap on board came across a motor vehicle crash at Blackwood-Clementon Road and Cherrywood Drive.  8402 (AC Coucoules) requested Station 82 (Chews Landing) to handle the crash once no injuries were confirmed and continued on to the dumpster fire. During this operation, Station 84 was also dispatched to a crash on Route 42. Station 82 handled the crash for Station 84. All companies cleared up around 6 p.m.

Station 84 Handles Crash on Davistown Road

Station 84, GTEMS, and Virtua Medics were dispatched to the 300 block of Davistown Road on Friday for a reported motor vehicle crash with entrapment. Rescue 84 responded with 8402 (AC Coucoules) on board at which time the Camden County Communications advised that there was no entrapment.  Upon arrival, 8402 assigned members to assist GTEMS with patient care, mitigate a minor fluid spill and secure the passenger vehicle. The assignment was held to Rescue 84 and GTEMS, and the company cleared up in about 20 minutes. 

84 Responds to Vehicle Into Pole, Pedestrian MVA on Sunday night

Just after 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Rescue 84, Gloucester Township EMS and Virtua Medics were dispatched to the area of 560 S. Black Horse Pike for a reported crash. 8401 (Chief Cipriano) arrived to find a vehicle into a pole and all occupants out of the vehicle. Rescue 84 and Engine 841 remained on location for about a half hour until the scene was turned over to GTPD. A short time later, Rescue 84, Engine 842 and Engine 841 responded to a pedestrian MVA in the area of Davistown and Erial roads. Crews remained on scene until just prior to 9 p.m.