Box 2545 – Union Gap Village Condo Fire

Just before 4am this morning Box 2545 Alarm was struck for a structure fire in the Union Gap Village section of Union Twp, with people trapped. HBFD responded with Chief 14, Ladder 14, and Engine 14 with a total of twelve guys.Together with our Mutual Aid partners all residents got out and the fire was under control in 4 hours.

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Structure Fire in Lebanon Twp.

Yesterday around 11:15am L-14, E-14, DC 14 and Chief 14 responded to a two alarm fire in Lebanon Twp. Upon arrival crews were tasked with heavy fire on division 2 with extension in the attic. Crews worked diligently and aggressively to extinguish and overhaul. Shortly after wrapping up and returning to quarters 4602 Level 3 was dispatched for a deck fire with extension to the house. L-14 responded and was on scene within minutes. LT 14-1 Crampton assumed command and advised of a working fire in the rear of the residence. L-14 crew had water on the fire providing a successful outcome. Chief 14 arrived on the scene an assumed command while Engine 14 remained in quarters as a cover company for the Northern Region of Hunterdon County. HBFD Volunteers answered 4 calls for service and averaged 12 members per call. Great job to all!!

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Box 2545 – Union Gap Village Condo Fire

Just before 4am this morning Box 2545 Alarm was struck for a structure fire in the Union Gap Village section of Union Twp, with people trapped. HBFD responded with Chief 14, Ladder 14, and Engine 14 with a total of twelve guys.Together with our Mutual Aid partners all residents got out and the fire was under control in 4 hours.

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Rt 31 MVA

This morning HBFD responded with LTFD for a two vehicle MVA at the bottom of Cregar Rd and Rt 31.

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Structure Fire in Lebanon Twp.

Yesterday around 11:15am L-14, E-14, DC 14 and Chief 14 responded to a two alarm fire in Lebanon Twp. Upon arrival crews were tasked with heavy fire on division 2 with extension in the attic. Crews worked diligently and aggressively to extinguish and overhaul. Shortly after wrapping up and returning to quarters 4602 Level 3 was dispatched for a deck fire with extension to the house. L-14 responded and was on scene within minutes. LT 14-1 Crampton assumed command and advised of a working fire in the rear of the residence. L-14 crew had water on the fire providing a successful outcome. Chief 14 arrived on the scene an assumed command while Engine 14 remained in quarters as a cover company for the Northern Region of Hunterdon County. HBFD Volunteers answered 4 calls for service and averaged 12 members per call. Great job to all!!

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