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3 days ago
SAFETY CONCERN: LOCK YOUR DOORS!
- Please share this immediately to help our police department find this person. This happened right here in Gibbstown last night on Memorial Avenue. While the residents were sound asleep, a person attempted to enter their home. Due to their home security system he was captured on video.
Now we need your help to get this person turned over to law enforcement! A video is located in the link and a picture of him is below. Please share and contact the Greenwich Township Police Department if you recognize him.
Please be mindful of your comments as this is a public page. Thank you.
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Stephanie Fisler 😮🤬
Bridget Johnson DiGiambattista. Bill Franklin. Sorry I keep tagging you. Want to make sure you get it.
Linda Hill Christa McStay Hill Beth Ann Smith
Dominique Duca show your parents!!
Disgusting pos’s! They need to be taken care of, not arrested..
Hope R. Speakman
I can't tell. Can't make it big enough.
Ring is a good product. Glock and Sig also make good stuff Give them a look
He looks like the kid that was caught on cam in Paulsboro this week. I think Greenwich Ave?
Josh Kearney Mellissa Kearney Brielle Kearney Christopher Woody Kearney Jessica Kearney
JoParker, Sheldon Parker
Lauren Nevius Xenidis
Ugh!!! Thanks for sharing
Angie Eidell Sampson
Thanks we will be on the lookout.
Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company added 2 new photos.
1 week ago
FF DEEGAN PRESENTS ON BUILDING CONSTRUCTION TYPES AND THIER HAZARDS
-Firefighter Ed Deegan, who works as a structural engineer when not volunteering, conducted a building construction class to the members of the GVFC this Tuesday. Covering both old style and modern building materials, Deegan brought a common understanding to those in attendance.
This lesson not only made members aware of the materials used but also the most common fail points during a fire or other incident. After the conclusion of the class, all those in attendance went home with a greater ability to ensure the safety of our members during an event.
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Great job Ed! I learned a few new things.
1 week ago
On this day, 17 years ago, Americans woke up and went about their day as if it was any other.
The morning of September 11th and the alarm went out at 8:46am and our brothers at the FDNY answered the call without hesitation.
343 of them did not make it home that day.
2,977 Americans lost their lives that day.
Please, cherish everyday you have with your loved ones. Tell them you love them and enjoy every minute that you can.
We thank our brothers that made the ultimate sacrifice and who kept going back in to help more people until the last moment.
Please take a moment today to remember those we lost and may God Bless America. ... See MoreSee Less
Rest easy brothers
Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company added 3 new photos.
1 week ago
Station 21-1, District 18 and Station 25-1 were again dispatched to a commercial MVC with entrapment at milepost 11.9 northbound 295.
Reports of multiple tractor trailers and passenger vehicles being involved was relayed to 1800 Chief Oatman. The highway northbound was completely shutdown from the 322 overpass.
Once he was able to reach the scene, he was able to report there was no entrapment and no passenger vehicles involved. There were multiple ruptured diesel tanks with fuel on the roadway.
He held the rescues from 21-1 and 25-1 off the highway and had crews from District 18 build some dykes around a storm drain and put a collapsible pond under a saddle tank to try and contain any runoff. ... See MoreSee Less