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On February 28th around 10:45pm, Squrt 2-1 was dispatched to a building fire on the 200 block of White Horse Pike in Audubon. Crews arrived to find heavy fire conditions from divisions A and B. Our crew assisted by establishing a water supply, helping with fire attack, and performing salvage and overhaul.
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- FF's Scharle and Mach check for extension on the B side of the building. Photo courtesy of Deer Park Fire Company
- Heights firefighters checking for extension
- Heights Firefighters in front of fire building
- Captain Smaldore and Firefighters Scharle' and Mach overhaul on the B side.
On Saturday March 23rd, members of the HHFD traveled to Philadelphia to participate in the American Lung Association's Fight For Air Stair Climb. This annual event raises money for awareness and research for lung disease. This is the fourth year that the HHFD has been represented at this event.
This year 18 members signed up for the challenge of climbing 50 flights of stairs wearing firefighting gear, some even with SCBA. This was an excellent physical fitness training exercise to help keep us in shape for the strenuous requirements of firefighting.
The HHFD Stair climb team raised $2700 to go towards the over $160,000 raised at the event. Congratulations to all that completed the 1,088 steps and made it to the top.
In the afternoon of Saturday, February 23, 2013, the Haddon Heights Fire Department responded to a reported fire at 101 White Horse Pike in Haddon Heights. The first responding units were able to see a smoke column in the sky from multiple blocks away. There were no fire department injuries, but unfortunately one civilian was injured in the fire. The cause of the fire has yet to be determined, and there will be information in the future regarding any updates.
Anyone with additional pictures of this incident, or past incidents, please contribute by e-mailing them to HaddonHeightsFire@Gmail.com
Photo Credit: Mark Quinter, Oaklyn NJ