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1 day ago
21-1 HANDLES SPREADING BRUSH FIRE
- Station 21-1 was dispatched for a large brush fire which was spreading rapidly toward the wetlands of the township. Crews from Gibbstown and Paulsboro quickly extinguished the fire to keep it contained to the property involved.
Special thanks to Gibbstown’s version of the “Cajun Army” (hunters) who deployed to help remove boats and other property in the path of fire prior to our arrival. ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
- Please be sure to have your home equipped with working smoke detectors. As homes are being built and filled with products that burn faster and hotter, your time to exit during a fire is limited more than ever. Make sure your family practices exit drills as well. ... See MoreSee Less
Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company added 6 new photos.
1 week ago
MEMBERS HEAD TO GCFA FOR RIC TRAINING
- Today, under the instruction of Captain Bates, members reviewed the RIC pack and the “Denver Drill” at the Gloucester County Fire Academy. Both evolutions included instructor led and hands on training to ensure competence in all who attended. This type of drill prepares our members for the worst case scenario, rescuing a downed firefighter.
Prior to the drill some members completed their two minute drill and annual SCBA competency course. ... See MoreSee Less
Gibbstown Volunteer Fire Company shared East Greenwich Township Fire & Rescue's post.
1 week ago
BRUSH TRUCK 2115 TO ANOTHER FIRE
- Please view the article below for the story and photos from a large brush fire in East Greenwich that we assisted on. Also give their page a like to stay current when it comes to the fire news from our mutual-aid partner in East Greenwich.This afternoon around 5pm District 19 was dispatched to North Wolfert Station Road for a brush fire. Crews encountered a approximately three acre fire in a field and woods. The fire was impinging upon a building and some vehicles. Mutual aid Brush Trucks were called in to assist Brush Truck 1915, Engine 1911, Tender 1914 and Rescue 1918. Thank you to Harmony, Woolwich and Gibbstown Fire Companies for the assist. This was the second large brush fire the companies worked on together in the last two days. ... See MoreSee Less